Trick-or-Treating in 2020 | Tips to Stay Safe on Halloween

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  1. Social Distancing: Keep at least 6ft away from other children and families. Don’t be afraid to queue up for candy. Being in closed contact with other people can be extremely dangerous with how easily COVID-19 spreads. Droplets from someone coughing, sneezing, talking, are launched into the air and land onto those around them.
  2. Skip Risky Activities: Skip the carnivals, usual hay rides, haunted houses, and other spooky activities this season. Aside from staying away from crowds, you want to stay away from areas that are hot spots.
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  1. Wear a Mask: Wear personal safety gear such as masks and gloves.
  2. Limit Contact: Make it fun. Toss your candy out into your lawn as kids walk by or turn it into a game. The goal is to avoid any physical contact.
  3. Avoid Parties: Skip hosting or attending a party this year. While you may want to visit some family, you can easily celebrate with everyone by going online.

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