As we move closer to Halloween, many families are forced to consider alternatives to trick-or-treating this year.
As coronavirus cases are on the rise in Oregon, health officials are urging families to avoid activities such as Halloween parties and trick-or-treating that can present risk of exposure.
On Tuesday, the US Department of Health and Human Services released a suggestion to organize an at-home candy scavenger hunt (see: Easter egg hunt).
For an alternative to #TrickOrTreating this year 🍬, have a candy hunt around the house for a safe and fun way to celebrate Halloween! Find additional ways to celebrate this year from the @CDCgov: https://t.co/W34nLkm8hc. pic.twitter.com/pbnMbo8AaR
— HHS.gov (@HHSGov) October 27, 2020