FARMINGTON — Trick-or-treaters are in for a big surprise this year as it has been confirmed that the rich family at the end of the street is handing out king-sized COVID. Always outdoing their neighbors, the Hendersons reportedly went all out this year with hospital gowns, respirators, and a wide range of symptoms from simple sore throats to full-on shortness of breath and difficulty breathing.
“I heard they stocked up on all the virus they could find and even drove to Wisconsin to get some,” commented a 10-year-old Frankenstein, adding how he plans to take his mask off and hit their house a second and maybe third time.
Rumors have circulated that other neighbors may have stocked up on king-sized COVID too so as not to be outdone.
“This year has just been so hard, we figured we should splurge instead of handing out fun-sized viral infections,” added Mrs. Loerch from across the street. “I was talking to the Henderson’s yesterday and I guess their Halloween spirit was just contagious.”
Although unclear how many houses are handing out these spooky treats, between the Loerch family and the Hendersons, children can rest easy knowing there is enough COVID for everyone this year.