In years past, young mother Tareasa Waits passed out candy to eager trick-or-treaters without a second thought. This year, she’s taking extra precautions to keep her distance.
“I am going to wear gloves and a mask while handing out candy,” said Waits.
Local restaurants have been forced to make changes to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Washington state Department of Health has set conditions under which the state’s counties can resume normal activities, while minimizing the impacts of COVID-19.