Halloween is a GO this year in Alberta
This year has definitely been a hard one. What with every single holiday and social engagement ever needing to be canceled to reduce the spread of COVID.
BUT - the best holiday of the year with the best treats is a GO.
The Government of Alberta shared a whole set of guidelines for how you or the kids can still celebrate Halloween safely!
They make sure to highlight physical distancing, including avoiding touching any doorbells or doorknobs, using tongs to hand out candy, even fashioning your own candy catapult.
Also, making sure that you stay with your cohort, masked up and you wash your hands/disinfect packages before you dig in to your Halloween treats.
Check out the link above for more Halloween guidelines for this year, and have a diabolically good time celebrating All Hallow's Eve this year.
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NON-TRICKY TIPS FOR A SPOOKY SAFE HALLOWEEN 🎃 Don't trick-or-treat, hand out treats, or go to a party if you have even mild symptoms, or you're in isolation/quarantine 👻 Choose costumes that allow your child to wear a non-medical mask 🧛 If you can, knock instead of pushing doorbells, or keep 2 metres from the door or porch and call “trick or treat”. Make sure the person calling is wearing a mask. 🍭 Keep a healthy distance from trick-or-treaters. If possible, hand out candy from the driveway, open garage, or lawn instead of your front door. You can print special Halloween posters to hang in your window or place on your door. They'll let trick-or-treaters know if you’re open for boo-ness and handing out candy this year. Get them and see more tips at alberta.ca/halloween