In the midst of a pandemic, classic Halloween themes are all too close to reality.
Pumpkins in surgical masks and skeletons bowling each other down with spiked viral particles are some of the more distinctly 2020 decorations you might see springing up to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve this year.
Here’s a little peek into what’s coming…
Had to stop by the absolutely bonkers Halloween display in Lakewood earlier this week: pic.twitter.com/sFTrKrOrHM
— Conor (@condormorris) October 22, 2020
This COVID house in San Francisco is the scariest Halloween house I’ve seen this year. pic.twitter.com/QMkHQW7Uq3
— Leland Kim (@lelandkim) October 17, 2020
The spookiest day of the year is just around the corner! As you celebrate Halloween during the coronavirus pandemic, here are some tips on how to celebrate safely.??????? #Halloween #COVID https://t.co/dN5htvbon7 pic.twitter.com/GBFNl82BrX
— City of Spokane (@SpokaneCity) October 22, 2020
— Elisabeth Harrison (@elis_harrison) October 25, 2020
— AmericasMostHaunted (@amhaunted) October 21, 2020
— Canadian Medical Association (@CMA_Docs) October 24, 2020
If you see something stupid, say something stupid… Send your COVID-inspired Halloween costumes to email@example.com.