If you go trick-or-treating:
- Stick with members of your household and keep at least 6 feet of distance from any non-household members.
- Wear a cloth face covering or mask if older than age 2. Make sure the mask is snug around your nose and mouth and does not have holes. A plastic costume mask is not a substitute for a cloth face covering.
- Wash your hands before and after trick-or-treating.
- Bring plenty of hand sanitizer.
If you give out treats:
- Limit candy to individually wrapped treat bags. This reduces the number of people who would typically touch items in a communal bowl.
- If possible, place treats on a table in your driveway or yard to avoid crowds at your front door. To see trick-or-treaters, sit in a chair in your driveway, garage, yard, or porch and maintain at least 6 feet of distance from the treat table.
- Place a few mini pumpkins or other decorations 6 feet apart to signal a line and keep trick-or-treaters distanced while waiting for treats.