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Trumbull County Combined Health District warn residents to stay safe during Halloween, trick-or-treating – WKBN.com

Oct 5th, 2021

(WKBN) The Trumbull County Combined Health District and Warren City Health District reported Monday that they continue to see an increase in daily COVID-19 case counts.

To minimize spread of COVID-19 from one community to the next, TCCHD and WCHD recommendall door-to-door Trick-or-Treating events take place Saturday October 30, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

They advise residents to exercise caution when deciding to participate in events that put them in contact with people outside their households.

To lower risk, TCCHD and WCHD recommend the following:

TCCHD and WCHD also suggest limiting parties to 10 or fewer people and to hold the event in an outdoor area in order to social distance. They recommend against large in-person Halloween parties.

They also say to avoid activities, such as bobbing for apples, that foster the spread of infection.

Face coverings for those 2 years old and older should also be worn while trick-or-treating, passing out treats or attending attractions or events.

TCCHD and WCHD suggest carrying hand sanitizer, using it often such as coming into contact with frequently touched surfaces and before eating candy.

For parents, they recommend the following:

And for community members, they recommend:

TCCHD and WCHD added that vaccines are still the best defense against COVID-19.

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