In past years, one neighborhood Sequoyah Hills saw thousands of trick-or-treaters. That may look different this year.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn — So many things have looked different this year, and now that may include Halloween celebrations.
The CDC and the Knox County Health Department released new guidelines about how to safely celebrate Halloween. They are meant to keep people safe while having fun.
In past years, Knoxville neighborhood Sequoyah Hills saw thousands of trick-or-treaters.
“I think last year we were told there were 2,000 – 3,000 children that showed up whether they lived here or not,” said neighbor Doug Peek. He said he knows his family won’t see that many kids this year.
“The fact we’re going to be wearing masks for Halloween but also wearing masks for Halloween it’s just a different world,” he said.
He’s ready to get creative for trick or treaters, along with his neighbors, but hopes