Premier François Legault has made the announcement that so many of you have been waiting for: Halloween is officially allowed in Quebec — but only really for children.\nThere will, of course, be a few rules to keep in mind for all you would-be trick-or-treaters. "Unfortunately, we won't be able to spend Halloween with our friends," he said.\n"We have to celebrate it with the other people who live in the same household as us."\nEditor's Choice: Halle Berry Is Currently Quarantining In Montreal & Trying To Live Her 'Best Life'\n\n\n“\n\n\nWe are going to be able to allow our children [...] to celebrate Halloween.\n\n\nPremier François Legault\n\n\n\nThe second rule, he said, is that "people who give out candy should do so by trying to respect the two-metre [distance]."\nLegault explained that one way to do that would be to set up a candy station and sit two-metres away from it to greet trick-or-treaters. \n"It's not ideal, but the kids will be able to dress up" and go trick-or-treating," said Legault.\n"But let me be clear," he continued, "for the adults, there will be no Halloween parties."\n"This is only for the kids who are going door-to-door." \nWith Halloween just two weeks away, it's time to plan your socially-distant trick-or-treating route.