A Safe and Spooky Halloween

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As Governor Phil Murphy said earlier this month, Halloween is “on” in New Jersey, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But what “on” means should vary from household to household, depending on the level of comfort felt by each family as coronavirus cases continue to rise.

Of course, Halloween matters most to our youngest residents, who, just like all of us, have been deprived of many things in 2020. They have missed out on months of in-person schooling and the socialization that comes along with it. They have missed recitals, sports, and play dates. They have missed visits from grandparents and vacation trips. So it makes sense to do what we can, within reason and safety, to give them as normal a Halloween as possible.



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