SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – That familiar sound of trick-or-treating at your door on Halloween may be a thing of the past for this year.
Some cities and towns like Springfield have cancelled trick-or-treating altogether, while other communities are leaving it up to residents and are providing coronavirus-related restrictions.
The CDC is urging residents not to trick-or-treat or attend indoor parties because they are a potential “high risk” for infection.
Baystate Children’s Hospital shared ideas on how to celebrate the “spooky” season safely.
- Virtual Halloween costume contest
- Pumpkin decorating on zoom with friends
- Spooky scavenger hunts
- Virtually listen to a spooky story at the same time