CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Corpus Christi Police Department wants everyone to have a safe, fun Halloween.
CCPD released some tips and tricks on how to have a successful holiday.
Some of the tips listed include staying in groups, wearing a mask, and staying on sidewalks.
The department also gives a warning for those who would rather "trick" than "treat" Halloween night.
"Remember that damaging a person's property can be considered 'Criminal Mischief'."
Robstown ISD Director of Health Services, Amy Whaley, says COVID-19 safety is also important this year. Whaley says if you're going to wear a mask to be safe be sure to wear it correctly.
“If you wear a Halloween mask, don't wear a Halloween mask over a cloth mask that can end up with some breathing trouble for children,” said Whaley.
If you plan on digging into Halloween candy on the same night, she says don't because the virus can cling on to different surfaces for up to three days.
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