Celebrating Halloween Safely

Celebrating Halloween safely

For children of all ages, Halloween means dressing up in a costume and heading out into the neighborhood with friends and family to trick-or-treat and collect candy in the crisp autumn air.

However, with the virus that causes COVID-19 still spreading throughout much of the country, this year’s Halloween celebrations might look and feel different. Our clinicians are following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and advising families to find new and innovative ways to celebrate the holiday safely.

Parents should consider lower-risk and safer alternatives to traditional trick-or-treat activities this year:


To download these ideas for a safe and healthy Halloween, click here. For more ideas and tips on how to celebrate Halloween safety this year, read the full article here.

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