Hershey’s New Website Maps Out How To Trick-Or-Treat Safely Across The United States

With Halloween right around the corner, Hershey wants to ensure coronavirus doesn’t spook trick-or-treaters from eating candy.  The company — which, along with its namesake chocolate bar, manufactures Halloween favourites Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Kit Kats — launched a website that maps out how to trick-or-treat safely in every county in the United States.  The website prompts people to hover over their county, which is colour-coded to display the COVID19 risk level in that area.  Green represents the lowest risk for trick-or-treating and red represents the highest risk. The map also lists the number of confirmed cases in each county.  On the website, Hershey has Halloween celebration recommendations for each colour — from trick-or-treating with masks on to staying at home to watch scary movies on Netflix and everything in between. For example, for “orange” areas, Hershey recommends a socially distant neighbourhood candy hunt or neighbourhood drive-by costume parties. For “yellow” areas, Hershey suggests a decorate-your-own spooky facemask party.

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Photo Credit: Hershey’s – Halloween2020.org

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Scott Fox and Kat Callaghan