With Level 5 restrictions across the country, Halloween is going to be very different for children this year.
Third class pupils at Gaelscoil Bhaile Munna have spoken about what they think Halloween will be like this year and why it's important that they don’t go trick-or-treating.
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"The Government are telling you not to trick-or-treat so you should listen to the guidelines," says eight-year-old Emily Meehan.
One of Emily's classmates is nine-year-old Brianne Dowling.
"If you're knocking on people’s doors and other people have touched the door you can spread Covid-19", says Brianne.
Although Halloween will be very different this year, the students were still excited about the day.
Eight-year-old Deborah-Grace Maduabuchi is looking forward to playing games with her sister at home.
"You can play hide the sweets, or even do trick-or-treat in you house. I’m doing that with my little sister," says Deborah-Grace.
Eight-year-old Noah Pigott doesn't mind not going trick-or-treating this year if it means keeping people safe.
"It’s keeping other people safe. It’s just sweets. Like you could just go to the shop," says Noah.
With thanks to 3rd class at Gaelscoil Bhaile Munna, in Ballymun, Co Dublin.