“In a year that’s been plenty scary, this much is clear: Pandemic Halloween will be different than regular Halloween.
“Many traditional ways of celebrating are now considerably more frightful than usual, because now they bring the risk of spreading the coronavirus.
“Accordingly, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued new guidelines on how to celebrate Halloween safely. No big surprise: Classic door-to-door trick-or-treating and crowded, boozy costume parties are not recommended.
“The CDC’s guidelines group Halloween activities into lower-risk, moderate-risk and higher-risk buckets.
“The higher-risk category includes both door-to-door trick-or-treating and events where kids get treats from the trunks of cars in a big parking lot.”
Read more at NPR