STATEWIDE — Indiana’s health commissioner Dr. Kristina Box says she thinks Halloween can happen this year in Indiana, though there will be some changes. She recommends not having Halloween parties with lots of kids for starters. She says more guidance will come in the next few weeks as it’s a case by case basis depending on the state of the pandemic in each county. Box said many communities with low coronavirus numbers won’t have to change much, but communities with higher numbers will. Her advice for trick-or-treating is that parents hand-out candy this year, and that they wash their hands between each group of candy-seekers.