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How Denver’s Haunted Houses and fall events will look different this year

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While doctors worry about the combination of COVID-19 and flu season, a new report from the Center for Disease and Control says we know what works to keep numbers low.

The report says flu cases in the United States dropped sharply within 2 weeks of implementing mitigation measures in the spring, like school closures, social distancing and wearing masks.

Keep Reading: How Denver Haunted Houses and fall events will look different this year. 

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