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Halloween 2020 guide: Where to go, weather, COVID-safe
The Courier-Mail has put together an ultimate guide for families on where to go, what the weather has in store, COVID-safe plans and police advice for young ghosts and ghouls celebrating the occasion.


What Halloween activities are safe amid COVID-19 pandemic?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its guidelines for celebrating Halloween and it lists trick-or-treating as a high risk for COVID-19 exposure .


26 Ideas to Safely Celebrate Halloween During COVID-19 in 2020
This is the quintessential “2020Halloween idea: decorating a face mask. Whether it’s a DIY project for yourself or a family activity, decorate a cloth or surgical mask to match your costume or have it be the costume itself. Get inspiration for the DIY Halloween face masks pictures above from Frog Prince Paperie.


Doctor’s advice: How to have a healthy Halloween amid …
Halloween is upon us this Saturday, Oct. 31 and there are some key ways to make sure you and yours can enjoy a day full of of monsters and ghouls while limiting the spread of COVID-19, according to Dr. Ethan S. Wiener, division chief, pediatric emergency medicine at New York University Langone Health—Cobble Hill.


Marion Art Center announces COVID-safe Halloween plans, no …
Oct 2, 2020 at 6:52 PM Oct 6, 2020 at 11:55 AM MARION – The Marion Art Center will be offering families some much-needed Halloween fun with a new COVID-safe twist for 2020. The beloved annual Halloween parade will not take place this year – such large-scale gatherings are still prohibited by the state due to safety concerns.


Halloween 2020 Isn’t Canceled: How to Celebrate Safely …
Trick-or-treating may still be in the cards, as long as the COVID-19 numbers near you are relatively low. “Just like we check the weather on Halloween to see what precautions and extra gear might be needed, knowing the current state of COVID-19 in your community will be important in determining if it is safe or not,” says Michelle Barron, MD, medical director for infection prevention and …


7 ways to celebrate Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic …
With many traditional public events canceled due to coronavirus, all our holiday energy has to go somewhere. And so far it appears 2020 will be the year we go wild on holiday decorations, starting …


Halloween in Sudbury a go — for now
Halloween is a go, as long as you practise a few COVID-safe protocols, Sudbury’s health unit says. With Halloween fast approaching, Public Health Sudbury and Districts is reminding everyone to take steps to celebrate in a COVID-safe way. Whether pumpkin-carving, showcasing a costume or trick-or …


Trick-or-Treating 2020 Massachusetts: Is Halloween
To trick-or-treat, or not to trick-or-treat? That is the question many communities are asking after Gov. Charlie Baker decided against canceling Halloween outright in Massachusetts, saying a ban on trick-or-treating could encourage people to hold indoor costume parties and other risky activities during the coronavirus pandemic.. Halloween 2020 is primed to be markedly more concerning than in …


COVID-19: Holiday Celebrations | CDC
General considerations for fall and winter holidays. Fall and winter celebrations, such as Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Halloween, Día de los Muertos, Navratri, Diwali, Thanksgiving, Día de la Virgen de Guadalupe, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, and New Year’s, typically include large gatherings of families and friends, crowded parties, and travel that may put people at increased risk for …
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