Trick-or-treat this year while keeping safety in mind

Posted On: Oct 30, 2020   |   Posted By: iMore

Trick-or-treat this year while keeping safety in mind

If you're going trick-or-treating or you're handing out candy for Halloween this year, you'll want to take some extra precautions.
Halloween is super fun. Whether you plan on getting dressed up and going door-to-door to get candy, or you're staying in and handing out candy to folks, this year things will need to be a little different. Unfortunately, COVID-19 is still very prevalent in many communities and trick-or-treating will need to be done in a safe manner to help prevent the unnecessary spread of COVID-19.
Here are some tips that can help keep you and those around you safe while you still enjoy Halloween (and don't forget to add some spooky wallpapers to your iPhone or iPad while you're at it).
NOTE: Guidelines and restrictions for Halloween vary by states, country, city, or region, so make sure you are heeding the advice and restrictions for trick-or-treating in your area. These general tips are just meant to help you limit contact during Halloween and not taken as professional medical advice. Check...

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