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Halloween is Back

After one-and-a-half years of the Corona Virus, many are wondering what the outlook is for Halloween. Last year Halloween was canceled due to the pandemic, but will kids be able to celebrate this year?

Graphic courtesy Andrew Zesiger

According to Dr. Fauci, yes.

“I think that, particularly if you’re vaccinated, you can get out there and enjoy it,” Fauci said.

Since Halloween, and trick or treating, take place outdoors, it’s considered safer than a crowded indoor space where Coronavirus easily spreads. Being vaccinated and outdoors trick or treating is even safer. Fauci also suggested that families go Trick or Treating in small groups.

This year kids can partake in Halloween scares, but more cautiously than pre-pandemic years. Trick or treating is set to take place over Saturday and Sunday, and the Richland Library is hosting a Teen Halloween Party on October 29 from 4 p.m. to 9 p,m.

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