Thanks Roxy, didn't see that one.
This doesn't impact me at the moment as I'm in New England and numbers have been pretty good here (we just sent all our kids back to school in some wacky hybrid model). But it won't surprise me if this sentiment spreads.Los Angeles Halloween restrictions:
No door-to-door trick-or-treating. Officials say "it can be very difficult to maintain proper social distancing on porches and at front doors."
No "trunk or treating" either. Children will similarly not be allowed to collect treats going car-to-car as an alternative to door-to-door.
No parties. The county says gatherings with non-household members are not allowed, not even outdoors.
No carnivals, festivals, live entertainment or haunted houses.
It was not immediately clear what penalties might be imposed for violations of the Halloween restrictions.
So what is allowed?
Online parties and contests for costumes or pumpkin carving, for example.
Car parades. For example, with people dressing in costume or decorating their vehicles and driving by socially distanced judges.
Halloween movie nights at drive-in theaters. Those venues already have to comply with protocols for social distancing, sanitation and the wearing of face masks.
Do any of you know whether a fog machine (the normal kind we all use) can be used to help sanitize an area? If so, is there a way to do it that also makes fog?
I'm aware there are special foggers specifically designed for disinfecting, but that's not what I'm asking. I mean can we who generally have the swamp juice going do anything that might help kill germs etc. while we fog?
Or -- is using a fog machine right now a terrible, terrible idea? I've seen surprisingly little about this. Lots of people are going to be making fog. We kind of need to know if that's a bad idea (or maybe a good one).
I did see somewhere selling sanitising fog fluid, I believe it did make normal fog, but it was expensive like 3 or 4 time normal fog fluid.Do any of you know whether a fog machine (the normal kind we all use) can be used to help sanitize an area? If so, is there a way to do it that also makes fog?