According to lifestyle experts, there are plenty of ways to make Easter special while following protocol to slow the spread of COVID-19. Here are tip for getting into the Easter spirit, while adhering to coronavirus precautions.
Keep grandparents involved while keeping them safe. One way is to drop off homemade Easter baskets at their doorstep.
Get creative with the Easter egg hunt. This year's hunt will most likely be indoors and just for your family, so go the extra mile to keep the tradition exciting by adding extra eggs.
Move your Easter brunch to Zoom. You may all sit down and eat together, and you have a computer at your table right? But this case is different. That's a way to invite your family into your table. For families used to brunching at a restaurant on Easter, Sprinkle recommends going all out for an extra-special meal at home. This means bringing out the fine china, setting the specialty glassware and ordering fresh flowers from floral shops offering sanitized delivery.
Tune in to virtual Easter services. Many churches across the country are moving their services online in response to coronavirus. Check out the website of your nearby church to see what online options are being held this year in place of an in-person Mass or service.
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