NEEDHAM (CBS) – Even with the coronavirus pandemic, more than half of Americans are getting ready to travel for Thanksgiving, according to a new survey.

Tripadvisor says 56-percent still intend to travel for the holiday in two weeks, down 14-percent from last year.

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The Needham-based company found 76-percent of Americans will drive to their destination this month. Only 11-percent will fly and 22-percent booked a hotel room to be socially distant from family.

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People are also planning shorter trips because of the pandemic.

They expect the busiest departure day to be Thanksgiving day and Friday as the busiest return day.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its holiday guidance Monday, saying the “epidemic is worsening, and small household gatherings are an important contributor to the rise in COVID-19 cases.”