Coronavirus: Santa Claus immune to Covid, WHO assures

Published by Caroline J. · Published on 15 December 2020 at 10h28 · Updated on 15 December 2020 at 10h56
The World Health Organization (WHO) assures it: Santa Claus is immune to Covid-19 and will proceed to the delivery of gifts to children.

As many people fear new contaminations during the Holidays, WHO wanted to send a message to children. Be rest assure, Santa is immune to Coronavirus. Perfectly healthy, he will deliver gifts as usual!

I understand the concern for Santa, because he is of older age” WHO’s lead on the crisis Maria Van Kerkhove. “I can tell you that Santa Claus is immune to this virus” she said, adding she had a chat with him. “he is doing very well and Mrs Claus is doing very well, and they are very busy right now” she said.

So he will be able to travel in and out of the airspace and be able to deliver presents to children” she went on, as she wanted to give an answer to children, worried to know if Santa Claus will have to comply with restrictions in the different countries.

In addition to this cheerful message for the children, the World Health Organization reminded the importance to comply with health guidelines and recommendations to limit the spread of the virus during family reunions. “I think it is very important that all the children of the world understand that physical distancing by Santa Claus and also of the children themselves must be strictly enforced”.

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