NewsNet 22 Sep 2020

CDC: Scary Risk of Spreading Covid if Trick-Or-Treating


Halloween is more than a month away, but fear over spread of the coronavirus has the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) putting out a few early words of caution, as well as tips for how to safely take part in spooky celebrations.

Journalist Al-Smith says, despite his efforts to raise awareness of COVID-19's effects, it has been a struggle to get Ghanaians to take the virus seriously, especially as the election has taken center stage
College students are weighing the risks of getting Covid-19 while traveling to see loved ones for the Thanksgiving holiday or staying on their school's campus. NBC News' Stephanie Gosk spoke with students who are struggling with the decision.
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The Ontario government is recommending that children stay home this Halloween in COVID-19 hot zones like Ottawa, Toronto, Peel and York regions.


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