Putting a photo of a purple pumpkin in your window will let trick-or-treaters know you’re using safety precautions like wearing a mask when you open the door and handing out individually wrapped candies.
Officials announced the initiative in Lynbrook Tuesday morning.
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“Kids need to be kids and it’s important that they get out there and do the things that are fun,” said Nassau County Legislator Bill Gaylor. “This will bring just a small sense of normalcy back to what’s been an otherwise difficult and trying time.”
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