Halloween Safety Guide

 

Thad Zajdowicz

In most years, Halloween may have been the only day of the year where you, or your children, would intentionally wear a mask as part of a costume. But with so many things, this year is different. Experts say that doesn’t mean it has to be any less fun, and there are still ways to celebrate safely. 

The 21st discussed celebrating Halloween 2020 with an epidemiologist/assistant professor of preventative medicine. 

Guest:

Dr. Sadiya Khan, epidemiologist and an assistant professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

 

Prepared for web by Zainab Qureshi

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