Having Halloween fun during pandemic
With Halloween just days away, many families are wondering how to enjoy the holiday safely amid a pandemic.
It's a cool trick. Thio deliver Halloween treats candy for the kids, drinks for the adults designed and built by woodworker Matt Thompson. I'm truly you're hoping that inspires people to come up with their own versions of social distancing. I really believe that we can have Halloween and do it safely. That's the challenge this year as the pandemic Kasriel fear over the holiday known for make believe scares. I don't think I don't think Halloween is going to look the same as it has in years past, but I don't think I don't think the pandemic is a reason to give up on Halloween. Pediatrician Dr Jean More Johnny suggests celebrating with members of your household, coming up with new traditions. The safest thing is still Thio, you know, be home. Keep your distance. Avoid large crowds. This year, the CDC issued new guidelines ranking the risks of popular Halloween activities, putting large indoor parties and indoor haunted houses right at the top. Socially distance costume parades and visits to pumpkin patches with hand sanitizer are considered medium risk, while carving pumpkins with friends outdoors and at a safe distance or virtual costume contests are low risk. We just have to be really cognizant that there is still a pandemic going on. As for trick or treating traditional door to door or trunk or treat, setups are considered higher risk. Instead, try individually wrapped bags lined up at the edge of the driveway or delivered in a creative way. Halloween done safely and socially distanced Sarah Doll If NBC News.