Tricks for Halloween at Home During Covid-19

Even in the uncertain times of COVID, Halloween can still be fun and spooky for everyone. The pandemic has undoubtedly changed a multitude of things this year and Halloween is no exception. However, while things may be a little different this year, there are still safe alternatives that everyone can enjoy. These tips will help ensure that you and your loved ones will have a spooky and safe Halloween. 

 

It is always best to avoid large gatherings, such as house parties, bars and any other activities that may draw potentially large crowds. It is also best to wear your mask at all times and to stand at least six feet apart from other individuals. As for trick-or-treating, a safer option would be to leave treats individually wrapped in your mailbox or a container. This is a great way to help reduce the spread of infection. Other safe activities can consist of the following: 
 

  • Create a virtual costume contest on social media. 
     
  • Have at-home activities with family such as pumpkin carving, scary movie marathons and face-mask decorating. 
     
  • Make your own home into a haunted house for you and your family. 
     
  • Host a spooky drive-in movie theater. 
     
  • Hold a socially distant Halloween parade with costumes or by decorating your car. 

 

Activities such as those stated above can keep Halloween enjoyable for all while being socially distant and safe. Hupy and Abraham hopes that you will have an enjoyable Halloween. 

 

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Jason F. Abraham
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