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Tips for a safer Halloween

 

Last updated 10/27/2021 at 7:52am

If your Halloween plans include trick or treating, remember these simple safety tips.

• Stick with members of your own household and distance from others when in crowded indoor and outdoor spaces.

• Wear a cloth mask and remember: a plastic costume mask is not a suitable substitute.

• Wash your hands before and after trick-or-treating.

• Bring plenty of hand sanitizer.

If you give out treats:

• Limit candy to individually wrapped treat bags. This reduces the number of people who would typically touch items in a communal

• To avoid crowding, place treats on a table in your driveway or yard.

• Place a few mini pumpkins or other decorations 6 feet apart to signal a line and keep trick- or-treaters distanced while waiting for treats.

Source: Washington State Department of Health

 

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