Pandemic friendly Halloween activities for your little ghouls, goblins
If you’re planning a night of spooks, skeletons and sweets, make sure you are protecting yourself and loved ones from COVID-19 this Halloween.
The CDC and Dallas County have determined that many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading COVID-19. There are several safer, alternative ways to participate in Halloween. Consider these fun alternatives that pose a lower risk of spreading COVID-19:
• Large gatherings or parties
• Door-to-door trick or treating
• Trunk or treating events
• Crowded indoor events (bars)
• Haunted house attractions
• Online parties/Costume contests
• Car parades – Check out Candy Caravan at Dallas Heritage Village!
• Halloween movie nights
• Halloween-themed meals
• At-home candy scavenger hunt
However, you choose to celebrate this it’s important that you remember to:
WEAR YOUR MASK and make sure it covers your nose AND mouth.
WATCH YOUR DISTANCE and remain at least 6 feet away from others.
WASH YOUR HANDS frequently with either alcohol hand gel or soap and water.
GET YOUR FLU SHOT 2 weeks before Halloween to make sure you are protected.
Stay safe and have a spooktacular time!
Written by Anastasia Reed