(FOX 9) – Halloween could look different this year thanks to new guidelines from the CDC.
People are preparing for a new kind of Halloween as the CDC pointed out that traditional Halloween activities are higher risk for spreading COVID-19. Trick-or-treating door-to-door or indoor haunted houses are not recommended.
Instead, the CDC urged alternative ways to partake, providing ideas for lower risk activities like carving or decorating pumpkins or taking part in a scavenger hunt.
For moderate risk activities, the CDC suggests putting individually wrapped goodie bags at the end of the driveway or holding small outdoor costume parades.
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