Halloween may not be canceled this year, but trick-or-treating will look a little different.
DDPHE released recommendations for those who want to participate in Halloween activities.
DENVER — The Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) released guidelines for those who wish to participate in Halloween activities this year.
According to the state’s COVID-19 Dashboard, Denver status is listed as “Safer At Home, Level 2: Concern”.
“Halloween 2020 will be unlike any other in recent history,” said Robert McDonald, executive director of DDPHE and Denver’s Public Health Administrator. “We’re dealing with a global pandemic. And for most of us, it means uncertain times. But if we are careful, if we maintain proper social distancing, if we wear our face coverings and use sanitizer, we can maintain a little bit of our traditions and enjoy a fun evening with loved ones.”
The following are guidelines from DDPHE on how to best protect yourself and others while participating in Halloween activities in 2020: