Mayo Clinic Minute: High – vs. low-risk Halloween ideas

From: Mayo Clinic News Network

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It can be a balancing act trying to figure out what’s safe for your children, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and keeping them happy.

Children under 12 are not yet eligible to be vaccinated for COVID-19, and they usually are the ones most eager to experience Halloween traditions like trick-or-treating.

Dr. Nipunie Rajapakse, a pediatric infectious diseases physician at Mayo Clinic Children’s Center says you can keep your children safe and happy. To do so, you need to understand the risks.
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