|Easter drive-by egging by Clearfield City employees 
|Clearfield, Davis County, Utah, United States
|Easter egg hunts; Social distance; COVID-19 (Disease)--Prevention
|"Rather than cancel all community Easter events, Clearfield City employees came up with two creative ways to bring Easter to the residents. The first event was a "drive-by egging" where residents could pay $5 and have their front law egged with treats that had been assembled weeks earlier. City staff met early Saturday morning at City Hall, donned gloves, and drove out in teams to "egg" nearly two hundred homes in less than an hour."
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|Utah COVID-19 Photograph Project
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