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We know celebrations have looked different in 2020, and it’s no surprise that Halloween and trick-or-treating have become part of conversations on celebrating safely. The National Safety Council is pleased to have partnered with Mars Wrigley to release safety tips and recommendations, because we know safety is top of mind for parents as they plan for how their Halloween celebrations will look this year.
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The COVID-19 pandemic means Halloween may be a bit different this year. But you can still have fun! First and foremost, follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines to ensure your celebrations are safe. If trick-or-treating is allowed in your area, add these some simple steps to your Halloween routine.
Get ready for trick-or-treaters!
When you’re done
Staying home to hand out treats?
By using caution – and a little creativity – you can make this year’s holiday safe and fun for everyone!
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