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  • Thursday , Feb 1 , 2018

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Is it safe for Arizonans to trick-or-treat for Halloween this year?

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Halloween may look different this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Many parents are wondering whether it's safe for their kids to go trick-or-treating or to Halloween parties.

Neither the Pinal County or Maricopa County Health Departments have released any specific guidelines on Halloween or trick-or-treating. But the departments urge Arizonans to follow the current safety protocols such as:

  • WHEN POSSIBLE - Avoid being in any setting with more than 10 people
  • ALWAYS - Keep at least six feet of distance from others when out in public
  • WHEN POSSIBLE - Limit contact with those outside of your household, especially if you are in a high-risk group
  • ALWAYS - Stay home when you are sick
  • ALWAYS – Stay home as much as possible when a household member has tested positive for COVID-19 except to get essential medical care, prescriptions, and food
  • FREQUENTLY - Wash hands with soap and water, and use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if unable to wash hands
  • ALWAYS - Wear a mask or cloth face covering when going out in public

For more information on how to stay safe on Halloween during the pandemic, click here.

No matter how you celebrate, wear a (spooky!) mask, wash your hands and social distance. Happy Halloween!
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