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White House holiday decor honors COVID-19 frontline workers

Holiday decorations unveiled Monday for Joe and Jill Biden’s first White House Christmas honor frontline workers who persevered during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nurses, doctors, teachers, grocery store workers and others are recognized in this year's gigantic Gingerbread White House, which this year was turned into a 350-pound (158.76 kilograms) gingerbread village with the addition of a school and police, fire and gas stations as well as a hospital, a post office, a grocery store and a warehouse to honor workers who stayed on the job. Fewer people are likely to see the decked-out mansion in person this year with public tours still suspended because of the continuing threat from COVID-19. But videos, photos and other details about the decorations are available for viewing at WhiteHouse.gov/Holidays. MORE: https://bit.ly/3pab0wf NEW TO OUR CHANNEL? Hi! We’re 10 Tampa Bay, the CBS affiliate serving the Tampa Bay area. Our team works hard to consider context, pursue connections and identify the trends that shape our worlds. We believe you deserve a return on your invested attention and a reward for your curiosity. And so, we offer storytelling that delves deeper, beyond the noise and confusion, so that you can feel informed, prepared, and connected. OUR SOCIAL MEDIA: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/10TampaBay/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/10tampabay INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/10tampabay/ NEWS TIPS: Online: https://www.10TampaBay.com/contact-us Phone: 727-577-1010 Email: tips@10tampabay.com

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