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Candy chutes and tongs: Celebrating Halloween during the pandemic

From building chutes to setting up obstacle courses, Vancouver residents are coming up with creative ways of handing out candy this year to keep the Halloween festivities going during the pandemic. 
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    Excellent ideas! 😀👍🏻🌟

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    After eating lunch with 500 kids in the cafeteria, my niece will be socially distant on friday the 30th, where an assortment of sweaty hands will throw her candies. Because if one thing is certain, it's that traversing 6 feet of plastic in the dark kills any virus.

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