Thousands of immunocompromised children visit Kings Island for safe trick-or-treating experience

Thousands of immunocompromised children visit Kings Island for safe trick-or-treating experience
tricks and treats fall festOver 3,500 immunocompromised children and their families visited Kings Island Saturday, to provide the kids with a ‘safe trick or treating experience.’ (Source: KINGS ISLAND MEDIA)

MASON, Ohio (FOX19) - More than 3,500 immunocompromised children and their families visited Kings Island Saturday to trick or treat.

The park partnered with the non-profit, A Kid Again, to create the experience.

They say the kids enjoyed trick-or-treating activities, live entertainment, and rides at the Kings Island’s Tricks And Treats Fall Fest.

Park officials say they had a number of COVID-19 safety measures in place including temperature checks, mandatory face coverings, social distancing, and extra sanitization.

They say they took these measures in order to, “provide a safer experience for everyone visiting.”

Kings Island is open Saturdays and Sundays through November 1.

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