How to safely celebrate Halloween

While COVID-19 may make Halloween the scariest ever, parents are getting creative to find ways to celebrate it safely.
2:08 | 10/31/20

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Every parent, myself included, knows how much kids look forward to Halloween so this morning the question, during a pandemic how do you make Halloween fun and safe? Thank you. Reporter: While may make Halloween 2020 the scariest ever, not really in a good way, parents are getting creative finding ways to celebrate Halloween safely. My plan is to use this tube to not only deliver candy to the kids but syringes filled with Jell-O shots for the adults. As adults weigh trick-or-treating put a card table in your yard and put the candy in individual treat bags so when kids walk by they can grab the candy from a safe distance and you can still be a part of the festivities. Reporter: For trick-or-treaters -- You must wear a mask and, remember, the costume mask doesn't count as a mask. Reporter: If being outside is not for you, there are many other options. Consider having a bake-off with your kids and decorating cookies or having a pumpkin carving contest. I would really be careful about having kids just going from house to house unless they had a mask and you made sure that they had a little purell with them, so long as they don't spend a lot of time interacting with people that they've never seen before. The biggest thing that we're going to be doing is to do a scavenger hunt in the dark and so I will hide candy all over the house and give them flashlights and they can go serve for it. Reporter: Kate has been making Halloween crafts with her 6-year-old and 4-year-old all month preparing for the big day. We're going to also do a walk around our neighborhood and see how many pumpkins can we find. They can feel the season and have fun even if it's not trick-or-treating or Halloween parties. We're doing scavenger hunt today. What are you doing? Honestly we don't know what we're going to do. We're still going back and forth. We're going to eat candy, though. I'm ready for the discount candy. I'm ready for children to be running around like whirling dervishes in my house. We'll be right back with our

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