Traditional Halloween activities are fun, but some can increase the risk of getting or spreading COVID-19 or influenza. Visit this helpful CDC page for tips on participating in Halloween activities. Together, we can help stop the spread.
General Safety Tips
Always accompany your child when trick or treating
Check children’s candy before they eat it
Don’t accept candy that is not commercially wrapped
Go to houses that are well lit and avoid dark areas
Look both ways before crossing a street
COVID 19-Specific Tips
The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests wiping down the candy packaging before letting the child eat anything or let it sit for a couple of days.
The City of Rosenberg is not enforcing any restrictions when it comes to trick or treating.
If you are sick, please stay home.
Refrain from letting kids grab candy, instead, let the homeowner place the candy in their bag.
We recommend everyone wear a mask while trick or treating.
We recommend following the CDC guidelines. The CDC classifies trick or treating as a “High Risk” action.