Make Halloween Safe

Suggested steps to make Halloween Safer

  • Make trick-or-treating safer by avoiding contact with other trick-or-treaters, give treats outdoors, set up a station with individually bagged treats for kids to take, wash hands before handling treats, and wear a mask
  • Wear a mask by incorporating your cloth mask into your costume, do not wear a costume mask over your cloth mask and children under the age of 2 or those with difficulty breathing should not wear a mask
  • Wash your hands by bringing sanitizer with you and use after touching anything that is not yours, use sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol, make sure to supervise young children when using hand sanitizer and wash hands for 20 seconds if using soap and water
  • Keep physical distancing inside or outside by keeping yourself at least 6 fees away from others if they do not live with you.

Lets make this a safe and healthy Halloween


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