HALLOWEEN AND CORONAVIRUS Video

Halloween 2020 is affected by COVID-19 pandemic. It is not cancelled but CDC has suggested modifications for safety. There are many trick-or-treating activities you can do safely during coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Watch this video to find out more on what to do and what to avoid. This video has tips on how to trick-or-treat safely based on the new CDC guidelines. Activities that should be avoided to prevent the spread of coronavirus during the pandemic are shown. Watching this video will give you different ideas on how to celebrate Halloween 2020 but also stay safe from COVID-19.

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About This Video: In this video Dr. Rajeev Subramanyam discusses tips for celebrating trick-or-treating during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are examples of Halloween activities that may be done and also activities that should be avoided.

DO follow guidelines from CDC, FDA Guidelines, national, state, local or any other healthcare regulatory authorities for safely celebrating Halloween during the coronavirus pandemic.
This channel is a great resource for parents and caregivers to learn about health and wellness related to children.

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