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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Halloween Returns To Inner Empire After Coronavirus Limits 2020 Celebration

Corina Griffin did not accept treats for her children last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

This year she is.

“We’re all on our way,” said Griffin, who lives in Norco.

Daughter Lana, 8, and son Wyland, 2, will become vampires. Daughter Savannah, 12, plays Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas. And their 24-year-old sister Miranda Tartaglio said she plans to dress up as a creepy Chucky doll.

Griffin said it was time to get back.

“Kids need a little sense of normalcy,” she said.

Inland Empire stores, which sell costumes for the creepy holiday, are doing well. For example, there were queues at the Phantom Halloween store in San Bernardino this week. As Halloween approaches, hinterland parents prepare to accompany the kids on their sweet pursuits.

In 2020, public health officials disapproved of a ploy or a treat as a chilling holiday spike will begin in the Hinterland, which is still considered the deadliest period of the COVID-19 pandemic for the region. But this year, things are different. Leading national infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci urged children to go out and enjoy Halloween. Regional health officials also suggest it is time for the children to resume meals.

“I really think we can all have a safe and spooky Halloween,” said Dr. Troy Pennington, emergency room physician and emergency room physician at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton.

It helps, Riverside County public health spokesman Jose Arballo Jr said, that coronavirus cases and hospitalizations have dropped since a summer spike caused by a contagious delta strain of the virus.

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