“Does Santa Claus need a Corona vaccine?” … the World Health Organization answers

A man dressed as Santa Claus greets a girl from behind a protective shield in a shopping mall, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia December 9, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

On Monday, a World Health Organization official assured the children of the world that Santa Claus (Santa Claus) has immunity against the Coronavirus and will thus present gifts to children on the night of the 24th to 25th of next December.

“I understand the concern about Santa Claus because he is too old,” said Maria Van Kerkhove, the supervisor of pandemic management at the organization, who is therefore of an age group that poses a greater threat to the epidemic.

She added: “I can tell you that Santa Claus is immune to this virus,” noting that she had a short conversation with him.

“He is in perfect shape, and so is Mrs. Claus, and they are swamped at the moment,” the scientist added.

Van Kerkhove also reassured children who wondered whether Santa Claus was also affected by travel restrictions to some countries.

She emphasized that he would “be able to enter and exit the airspace” according to his desire and would thus be able to “distribute his gifts.”

But Van Kerkhove made sure that the happy news for children was paired with advice on precaution.

And she stressed the importance of “that all children of the world understand the need to strictly adhere to the physical distance between them and Santa Claus.”

The expert called on the children to go to bed “early on Christmas Eve,” knowing that she is the same mother of two little boys, repeating that “Santa Claus will be able to travel around the world to present his gifts.”

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