How to plan your ideal Halloween during COVID-19 pandemic

First Published 30, Oct 2020, 6:07 PM

Halloween is just around the corner on 31st October, and people dress up, go to parties and play spooky pranks on others, during the day. However, with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, things would be different this year. How to celebrate under these circumstances?

<p>Following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, people cannot go anywhere due to the global restrictions in place surrounding the pandemic, and thus our celebrations have become limited. But won't we celebrate it at all? There are so many ways to enjoy the eve of Halloween. Here are the five unique ways that you can celebrate:</p>

Following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, people cannot go anywhere due to the global restrictions in place surrounding the pandemic, and thus our celebrations have become limited. But won't we celebrate it at all? There are so many ways to enjoy the eve of Halloween. Here are the five unique ways that you can celebrate:

<p><strong>Trick or Treat?</strong><br />
Arrange your trick or treat differently this year. As your kid cannot go outside door to door to collect candies, arrange some games for your little ones so that they can get candies in winning those games.</p>

Trick or Treat?
Arrange your trick or treat differently this year. As your kid cannot go outside door to door to collect candies, arrange some games for your little ones so that they can get candies in winning those games.

<p><strong>Dress up and play</strong><br />
Who said that you are not supposed to put up your best spooky outfit for the Halloween? Dress up on the eve and arrange a horror skit to play with your loved ones.</p>

Dress up and play
Who said that you are not supposed to put up your best spooky outfit for the Halloween? Dress up on the eve and arrange a horror skit to play with your loved ones.

<p><strong>Decorate your house</strong><br />
There's no harm in decorating your house, even amid the coronavirus, with carved pumpkin lanterns, bright fairy lights, and some Halloween home decors.</p>

Decorate your house
There's no harm in decorating your house, even amid the coronavirus, with carved pumpkin lanterns, bright fairy lights, and some Halloween home decors.

<p><strong>Watch horror movies</strong><br />
Plan your horror movie list before-hand and binge-watch all day!</p>

Watch horror movies
Plan your horror movie list before-hand and binge-watch all day!

<p><strong>Surprise surprise!</strong><br />
Wrap a gift, put it in front of the door of your neighbour, ring the bell and run! A perfect plan to surprise your neighbour with a gift, in playing the prank and also maintaining the social distance!</p>

Surprise surprise!
Wrap a gift, put it in front of the door of your neighbour, ring the bell and run! A perfect plan to surprise your neighbour with a gift, in playing the prank and also maintaining the social distance!