HALLOWEEN SAFETY GUIDANCE THIS WEEKEND ????
The pandemic is still here, but this year's Halloween season is a little less scary than last year thanks to the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines.
Most trick-or-treaters are children who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated so it’s extra important for parents to encourage them to take these safety precautions to stay safe and healthy:
Plan for outdoor events and dress for the weather
Maintain physical distance (3-6 feet) from others outside one’s household when possible
Incorporate a cloth or mask into your costume
Trick-or-Treat in small groups outdoors, or during other outdoor activities
Wash hands before eating candy
Take extra precautions where rates are high
The best precautionary measure for the holiday season is for those who are eligible (12 years old and up) to get vaccinated
Everyone 6 months and older are recommended to get the seasonal flu vaccine.
Trick-Or-Treating hours the following day, Sunday October 31 are from 3pm-8pm.
Also, don't forget about the "Trail-O-Treats 2021" with Richton Park Parks and Rec Saturday from 2pm to 4pm at Glaeser Park!