Steps to Take when Trick or Treating
Make trick-or-treating safer
Avoid direct contact with trick-or-treaters.
Give out treats outdoors, if possible.
Set up a station with individually bagged treats for kids to take.
Wash hands before handling treats.
Wear a mask.
Wear a mask
Make your cloth mask part of your costume.
A costume mask is not a substitute for a cloth mask.
Do NOT wear a costume mask over a cloth mask. It can make breathing more difficult.
Masks should NOT be worn by children under the age of 2 or anyone who has trouble breathing
Stay at least 6 feet away from others who do not live with you
Indoors and outdoors, you are more likely to get or spread COVID-19 when you are in close contact with others for a long time.
Wash your hands
Bring hand sanitizer with you and use it after touching objects or other people.
Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
Parents: supervise young children using hand sanitizer.
Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds when you get home and before you eat any treats.
Steps to Take for Other Halloween Activities
Wear a cloth mask
Indoors and outdoors, stay at least 6 feet away from others who do not live with you
Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer frequently
Hide Halloween treats in and around your house. Hold a Halloween treat hunt with household members.
Hold an outdoor costume parade or contest so everyone can show off their costumes.
Host an outdoor Halloween movie night with friends or neighbors or an indoor movie night with your household members.
Healthy Halloween Treat Ideas
THE DECISIONS YOU MAKE TODAY WILL DETERMINE THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS.
Please be smart.
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Study finds brain abnormalities are common in COVID-19 patients
“Fully conscious, not answering appropriately, or general slowness” of mental activity, followed by seizure-like events."
"In COVID-19 infection, the clotting cascade is activated, making the brain and other organs susceptible to these small strokes"
"Given that there are several reports of brain MRI abnormalities, it is very likely that many of these are permanent.”