For many, this Halloween won't be a completely unfamiliar experience this year.

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Luckily in New Jersey, Governor Murphy has given the 'green light' for trick-or-treating but has left it up to the state's local governments to determine each municipality's final verdict. Most towns in South Jersey it seems are moving forward with trick-or-treating.

While the kids will still get to go out on the hunt for their sugar fixes, a lot of families will choose to opt out of this year's festivities since the numbers are on the rise once again in this state. Just because you choose to stay in however doesn't mean you have to completely forego Halloween this year.

A survey conducted by Hi-Chew candy collected all the activities people who are choosing to celebrate at home plan to do to keep the spirit of spooky season alive.

Even though not everyone will be making their way from house to house on Halloween, that shouldn't stop people from you from indulging in the best part of the day: CANDY! Buy a pack of Halloween candy and eat it at home. According to Hi-Chew, 45% of people already plan on it.

Nothing tops a good ole' fashion Halloween movie marathon. 42% of people surveyed say they plan on watching themed-movies back-to-back all Halloween long.

Finally, just because you can't have a huge Halloween shindig doesn't mean you can't have a party with your family. A family Halloween party might be fun since you don't have to worry about getting home after - you're already there. 27% of people plan on having a small little something to celebrate.

Whatever your Halloween plans are, stay safe!



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