Have a happy and safe Halloween from Team Eagle
Going trick-or-treating outdoors is a low-risk activity, according to CNN Medical analysis Dr. Leana Wen.
Families should assess if they are comfortable going to higher-risk indoor activities, she added.
In the flurry of all the costumes and decorations, it can be easy to get caught up in the excitement of the holiday.
To ensure you celebrate safely, here are some guidelines to follow this Halloween.
Wear a facemask.
Covid-19 is a serious concern, so it’s important everyone wear face masks when trick-or-treating or attending parties, said Dr. Emily Levy, pediatric infectious disease and pediatric critical care specialist at the Mayo Clinic Children’s Center in Rochester, Minnesota.
Stay safe around fire.
Light up your costume.
Inspect the candy.
Be mindful of trick-or-treaters with autism.
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