CDC Safety Guidelines For Halloween

Let's face it, 2020 and the various events in it have taken a lot of activities and holidays from us already. So it's no surprise that people aren't willing to let one more holiday go by without at least attempting to celebrate it. Especially when that holiday is Halloween.

Three happy young women in witch halloween costumes on coronavirus year. Girls are playing trick or treat in halloween costumes. Halloween and virus concept.

Fortunately for us the CDC has recommended some safe and socially distancing approved activates for kids and adults alike to celebrate the holiday this year.

From posting purple pumpkins outside of your door to signal that you and your house hold had tested negative for COVID-19 in the last 14 days, to recommending smaller Halloween gatherings, to encouraging costume wearers to incorporate masks into their ensemble it looks like the CDC has a suggestion for just about everyone.

That being said, you have to do what's best for you and your family health and safety so take a peek at the guidelines here and enjoy a happy safe Halloween with you and yours!

Photo Credit: Getty/Giuseppe Manfra

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