Halloween is the one day of the year where being scared isn’t only accepted, it’s encouraged.
But with worrying signs of a potential coronavirus rebound in California and cases surging to unprecedented heights in other parts of the U.S., government officials and health experts say this year’s fright night carries a very real threat.
State officials have been driving home the message that, with the virus still widespread, Californians shouldn’t celebrate the holiday like normal.
Trick-or-treating is strongly discouraged and, in some places, banned. Major events, such as West Hollywood’s Halloween Carnaval and the Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor haunt in Long Beach, have been scrapped.
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