Munson Medical Physician Talks Health Guidelines for a Safe Halloween
Of course, this Halloween will be much different than years past, and that means trying to keep everyone safe and healthy because of the ongoing pandemic. A physician with Munson Medical Center in Traverse City has some recommendations for keeping the little ones safe if they go out trick-or-treating and even those people passing out candy.
Everything from making sure the kids are masked up, to washing hands after trick-or-treating and even making sure to avoid large gatherings are key.
Dr. Bill Rawlin, the family medicine residency director with Munson, says it all comes down to common sense and keeping the basic safety guidelines in mind.
To hear Dr. Rawlin’s specific recommendations for parents and kids click on the Zoom interview above.
For a link to Munson Medical Center and their health guidelines click here.