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Pandemic Halloween: Here’s the CDC’s October safety guidance

A bipartisan group of lawmakers requested the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide safety guidance on Halloween activities during the coronavirus pandemic. The CDC’s website now has a page detailing guidelines for various upcoming holidays, including Halloween.

See the video for some key takeaways, including that a Halloween mask is no a substitute for a cloth face mask, and that typical trick-or-treating is considered a “high risk” activity by the CDC.

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