Lad goes as Covid-19 for school Halloween party a year after dressing as Trump

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This Halloween, one youngster has decided to get his own back on the pandemic and dress up as Covid-19 to his school's spooky celebrations.

Rohan Mallin, a pupil at St Elizabeth's Primary pupil, has once again taken his Halloween costume to a whole new level – sporting a bright green tuille, red plastic cuops and a face mask.

The enthusiastic 10-year-old also donned a face mask in his attempt to recreate the horrid coronavirus picture that we have all sadly come to recognise over the past eighteen months, Daily Record reports.

Rohan absolutely loves this time of year and always makes an extra effort for the spooky season.

Last year his school was treated to him going full Donald Trump on Halloween, even carrying around a carton of Dettol all day and covering himself in fake ten.

Mum Lisa Mallin told Lanarkshire Live: "Rohan likes to think outside the box and go all out at Halloween.

"Last year he was Donald Trump and raised a few eyebrows on the school run.

"He's just a kid who likes to take current, national issues and turn them into his Halloween outfit.

"I'm sure everyone will know what he is dressed up as this year."

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In other school Halloween news, a school's yearly tradition of dressing up for the spooky season has been cancelled after parents received letters telling them to send their kids to school in regular uniform.

Despite the orders from the school authorities, a group of "more than 20" families allowed their children to dress up anyway, only for them to be sent home.

The parents claimed that they had enjoyed the tradition while they were children at the school, Cumberland News and Star reports.

One parent said: "They were gutted, they had all made a massive effort.

‘"They missed out last year because they weren’t in school with lockdown and obviously this year with everybody settling back into school.

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