Two weeks out from Halloween, you’re likely trying to make a game plan for your family.
With cases of COVID-19 on the rise in Michigan, you might be rethinking traditions like getting together with friends, hosting a party and going trick-or-treating.
To help you make informed decisions, 13 is ON YOUR SIDE with the risk levels involved with different Halloween activities.
Many typical Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses. The good news is, there are safer alternatives out there.
But first, these are the activities you’ll want to avoid, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The list includes traditional trick-or-treating, when candy is handed out door to door, and trunk-or-treating with cars lined up in parking lots.
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