No, Halloween Isn’t Canceled This Year—Here’s How to Celebrate Safely
At this point, we’ve mastered the Zoom party, the socially distanced backyard soiree, and the safest way to host family and friends. Now we get to put our newfound safe socializing skills to the test with the first big event of the fall/winter holiday season: Halloween.
With Halloween falling on a Saturday this year and several challenging months behind us (and likely more to come), it’s only natural that people want to celebrate, big time. But many of the traditional things to do on Halloween—parties, parades, haunted houses, and crowds of kids trick-or-treating—may feel a little questionable during a pandemic.
But don’t cancel your Halloween costume order or forget your ideas for easy Halloween costumes just yet. With a little creativity, you can still have a spooky time without putting your health or the health of others at risk. Read on for our smart ideas for a safe Halloween 2020 during coronavirus.