Halloween goes on, but with advice for helping to curb spread of COVID-19

‘Traditional trick-or-treating is really not advised,’ says one doctor

Eight years ago, it was Superstorm Sandy playing a wicked trick on millions of kids, upending Halloween and postponing parades and parties. This time, it’s the global coronavirus pandemic. The holiday is still on for New Jersey. But most health experts are advising against door-to-door trick-or-treating.

And state leaders say you’ll need more than just a costume mask to safely cover your face. It’s already a scary time for most people, so can we find a way to keep the Halloween spirit alive? Correspondent Leah Mishkin has the story.