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  • Parents want Halloween to dust away COVID-19 cobwebs
  • Parents want Halloween to dust away COVID-19 cobwebs
    Miguel Teirlinck (2019) ©
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Parents want Halloween to dust away COVID-19 cobwebs

Parents are aiming to turn up their Halloween celebrations to eleven this year to give their kids something to celebrate. Amid harrowing infection rates, job losses, and industry shutdowns, Americans are looking to Halloween to inject a shot of fun into these somber and unsettling times.

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