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Here are the recommendations for a safe Halloween in Kentucky amid the pandemic

State officials recommended against high-risk activities such as normal trick-or-treating, trunk-or-treat events, hayrides and haunted houses to name a few.

KENTUCKY, USA — With Halloween coming up at the end of the month, Kentucky released guidance on how to celebrate and trick-or-treat safely. 

Some of the guidance includes: wearing a face mask, cleaning hands before handling candy, setting out candy at a distance for kids to pick up, using single packaged candy and wiping down candy packages once you get home.

State officials recommended against high-risk activities such as normal trick-or-treating, trunk-or-treat events, hayrides, haunted houses, trick-or-treating in large groups and Halloween parties for adults.

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See the full guidance in the documents here.

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Gov. Beshear and Dr. Steve Stack also recommend the following to help cut down on the spread. 

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