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Los Angeles County, which has recorded more COVID-19 cases than any other in the United States, has barred trick-or-treating on Halloween this year due to the health crisis. . A day after issuing guidelines that restricted trick-or-treating and other Halloween traditions because of the coronavirus pandemic, Los Angeles County health officials walked back some of the rules . Some cities are already warning trick-or-treating could turn Halloween into a super spreader event, but communities are reluctant to cancel. .
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As fall approaches and the pandemic continues, health officials in California’s most populous county are prohibiting many of the usual Halloween gatherings and recommending against trick or treating. . Los Angeles county officials metaphorically handed out pennies to trick-or-treaters after banning traditional Halloween revelry this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. .
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This October you can find out what things go bump—and sizzle and melt—in the night from the safety of your car thanks to a new event that’s made for Angelenos The department of health has suggested other ways to celebrate since trick-or-treating is out of the question. .
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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is prohibiting trick-or-treating this year to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Here’s what’s permitted. . La Halloween Events 2020 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Halloween traditions including trick-or-treating, haunted houses and parades have all been nixed in Los Angeles County this year under new health guidelines because of the .