Humans of La Salle: Students Share Their Plans for Halloween Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Fia Cooper

The students The Falconer spoke with said that they feel Halloween will be different this year. However, they also said that the holiday can still be celebrated if done in a safe manner.

Avery Eldon, Staff Reporter

With Halloween around the corner, and with new COVID-19 cases hitting record highs, many people are wondering how the holiday will differ from usual with pandemic guidelines in place.

What about the celebration’s most well-known tradition, trick-or-treating? 

The Falconer asked five La Salle students how they believe the holiday will be celebrated this year, their advice on how to stay safe, and their own plans. 

Here’s what they said: