With the fear of fentanyl, Trick-or-treating can be a fun Halloween activity for children and their families to enjoy, but before anyone begins eating the candy, there are a few things to keep in mind.Trooper Matt Gayheart with Kentucky State Police Post 13 said caregivers should always do a visual inspection of their kids’ Halloween candy. And because of fentanyl it’s also a good idea to wear gloves when looking at your kids’ treats. And, you should throw away any candy that is already open or looks tampered with.
Source: MG News
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