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Trick-or-treating gets a green light this year as COVID-19 cases fall

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                                A skeleton with a candy bowl is seen outside of a house in Phoenix last Halloween. The state Department of Health issued its own Halloween safety guidance Monday, urging revelers to incorporate a cloth or surgical mask into their costumes and provide “low contact, pre-packaged treats” for trick-or-treaters.

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    A skeleton with a candy bowl is seen outside of a house in Phoenix last Halloween. The state Department of Health issued its own Halloween safety guidance Monday, urging revelers to incorporate a cloth or surgical mask into their costumes and provide “low contact, pre-packaged treats” for trick-or-treaters.

Outdoor trick-or-treating has been greenlighted by federal and state health officials this year, a sign that life is starting to get back to normal after soaring COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations this summer spurred heightened restrictions. Read more

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