A Pandemic Halloween: No Tricks, No Treats? - FindLaw

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By Ashley Ravid 


Back in April, one thought on many people's minds was whether the coronavirus pandemic would abate in time to celebrate Easter with loved ones. Oh, how innocent we were.

Now with October approaching and domestic COVID-19 case numbers still rising, the latest holiday celebration to be called into question is Halloween -- will people still be able to celebrate, or will they face legal consequences for doing so?



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