Study Finds: Parents Limiting Trick-or-Treaters To Fives Houses This Year
COVID-19 has definitely changed the landscape of how we're celebrating holidays and special occasions especially Halloween.
The CDC has already put out guidelines to keep you and your family safe while trick-or-treating like avoiding direct contact with other trick-or-treaters, give treats outside, if possible, and washing hands before handing out treats just to name a few.
Now according to a One Poll survey of 2,000 adults, half of them are parents say they will be extra careful this Halloween, but will still celebrate the yearly spooky tradition of trick-or-treating.
Matter of fact, the survey said that 75 percent of parents will take their kids trick-or-treating, but they will be only let take their child to at least 5 doors while a third of parents said they will allow their children to go trick-or-treating at neighbors they know and have verified their home was negative of COVID-19 per Study Finds.
The study also said that half of the parents agreed that trick-or-treating is a yearly tradition and too important not to participate while 38 percent are excited to take a year off from passing out candy even though they are going to buy candy for themselves.
Another way to celebrate Halloween safely is to have a Halloween movie-thon showing kid friendly movies or cartoons and later tonight the adults can have their own movie marathon and stream your favorite horror movies and if you need help choosing your favorite slasher film we got our top horror movie list right here.
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