CDC: Use Separate Candy Bowl For Infected Trick-or-Treaters 

 October 11, 2020

Earlier today, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) released new guidelines for citizens taking part in Halloween Trick-or Treating. 

The new guideline allows home owners to continue the holiday tradition of giving out candy by using a separate candy bowl for children suspected of having Covid-19.

The CDC also released a short list of candy that's safe for Covid Kids to ingest.

  • Circus Peanuts
  • Candy Corn
  • Black Liquorice
  • Mary Janes
  • Rasins
  • Pennies

Despite urging the public to avoid Trick-or-Treating due to the spread of the Novel Corona Virus, Director of the CDC Robert R. Redfield said in the press conference:

"It's clear you people don't give a damn about this virus anymore. You're going to do whatever you want. If you think some kid dressed as Sonic the Hedgehog has the propensity to infect and kill grandma, give them the circus peanuts and shame the parents for letting their little bundle of death out into the public."

From all of us at The Wokest, have a Happy Halloween! (except covid kids)

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