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A coronavirus Halloween has some parents spooked. Here’s how to keep it safe

Halloween were in the works back in September.There will be a candy scavenger hunt in her backyard, pumpkin decorating and a piñata filled with kosher-friendly candy to share with some of her seven-year-old son’s school cohort.The one thing still undecided: trick-or-treating.“Things change literally every five minutes, so you have to be on your toes,” she told Global News.“When I look at the concept of Halloween, I can’t see why it’s not possible to do safely.

Unless there’s a ban on trick-or-treating, we’ll do it, but I have to plan in case we don’t.” Halloween or Hallo-don’t? What health experts are saying about the spooky night Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Halloween is bound to look a little different.

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