Learn How To Halloween Safely At Our ‘Fighting COVID In The Skeena’ Event

Tune in to Facebook on Thursday, October 29.

Photo credit: @Hanni via Twenty20

We are tempted to make a terrible COVID joke about keeping your Halloween hands off of other peoples’ candy, but this October is crazy enough with elections, a global pandemic, and the new Borat film coming out on top of Halloween –so we’ll hold the one-liners for now. 

What we can provide is an invitation to our latest ‘Fighting COVID In The Skeena’ live Facebook event, taking place exclusively in the Skeena, on Thursday, October 29 at 5:30pm, just in time to prepare for Halloween. 

These events have been a great opportunity for Skeena residents join Skeena Strong on Facebook LIVE to ask questions of Dr. Tara Moriarty from the Moriarty Lab and her national team of infectious disease experts from Covid Resources Canada.

Next Thursday, Dr. Moriarty will be specifically taking your questions on how to keep you and your Skeena children safe during one of the more unusual and perhaps stressful trick-or-treat evenings in BC Northwest history. 

In case you missed our previous events, here are some recaps of the highlights:

6 Key Takeaways From Our ‘Fighting COVID In The Skeena’ Event

6 Ways To Support Your Child’s Mental Health During A Stressful COVID School Year

As always, our show will be hosted by Christine Smith Martin and our audience moderator and producer will be Dan Mesec.

Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday, October 29th!

Written by The Skeena

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  1. I don’t know and this Halloween was like this for ages and with this COVID 19 Second Wave very very scary and dangerous and that was why I’m wondering about and just put it bagges with enough candies then give it to them and to many people around not safe and always wash your hands and also need to always use mouth mask and take care and blessings/Amen

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