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Hummelstown cancels 2020 Halloween Parade due to COVID-19

The borough said its Trick-or-Treat night has yet to be determined. The decision will be made closer to the date.

HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. — The Hummelstown Community Foundation announced Friday that the borough's 2020 Halloween Parade has been cancelled due to COVID-19 safety concerns.

The fate of Hummelstown's Trick-or-Treat night has yet to be determined, the borough said.

"We recognize everyone's desire to get back to some state of normalcy," the borough's announcement said. "However, the decision will be based on the most current and accurate data made available to us closer to that time. The health and safety of our residents and visitors is paramount."

Hummelstown is the second borough in as many days to cancel its Halloween Parade. On Thursday, Carlisle announced it is cancelling its parade this year.

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