ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA — Haunted houses, large parties and indoor mazes should be a no-go in the era of the coronavirus, Alameda County officials announced Monday.
And even if your Halloween costume comes with a mask, you should still wear a face mask, officials said in a news release jointly issued by Bay Area health officers. Maybe this year is the one to focus on decorations and virtual costume contests.
The public should keep a close eye out for COVID-19 symptoms after the holiday — especially three to seven days afterward. Anyone who experiences symptoms can learn how to get tested in Alameda County here.
“These holidays are no different than the rest of the year when it comes to reducing the spread of COVID-19,” health officials wrote.
Officials gave guidance on which seasonal activities are lower-risk, moderate-risk, high-risk and very-high risk. Here’s the official word on Halloween and Día