Halloween 2020: A Physically Distanced Celebration

Halloween 2020 celebration
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Halloween each year is celebrated each year on October 31. And Halloween 2020 will take place on the same date on October 31 (Saturday).

This year the celebration will be different due to the Coronavirus pandemic and there is no doubt about this. But it doesn’t mean that there would be no celebration. Since the Covid-19 pandemic is still wreaking havoc in the world, probably Halloween 2020 festival will be physically distanced.

This Halloween night is a full moon. Halloween 2020 full moon is also a blue moon. A full moon appears on Halloween roughly every 19 years.

Halloween originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. People would light bonfires and wear costumes to avoid ghosts. In the eighth century, the evening earlier was known as All Hallows Eve, which later called Halloween. The festival over time developed into a day of trick-or-treating and carving jack-o-lanterns. Also, people enjoy much in gatherings, donning costumes, and eating treats during the festive night.  

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It is a chance to be a stranger in a strange land. That means you can fulfill your dream on Halloween night as you want to be. You also can inhabit a character like braver, or more criminal than you are.

Though this year is going through amid Coronavirus pandemic, the night of Halloween is still vital to find ways to do what you want.

As of Friday (30 October), a total of 45,509,828 Coronavirus cases and 1,188,648 deaths have been recorded worldwide.

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