Some New England haunted houses are open. Here’s what to know if you go.

October typically brings the opening of haunted houses ahead of Halloween, but not all attractions will operate in New England this year due to COVID-19.
Communities considered lower risk by the state were permitted on Monday to transition to Phase 3 of the reopening plan, a move that allows indoor performance venues to open at 50 percent capacity but with no more than 250 people.
Some haunted houses across the region are opening with health and safety measures in place, others have completely overhauled their attractions, and some have completely suspended operations until 2021.

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