Given the fear of the children of the world for Santa’s health, WHO reported that despite Santa’s advanced age, he will be able to distribute gifts on time and in good shape. However, he will respect the healthy distance.
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This Monday lto the American epidemiologist Maria van Kerkhove, who is responsible for the monitoring of the management of the pandemic of the World Health Organization (WHO); made that known Santa Claus is immune to the coronavirus and can give gifts to all children who have behaved well on the night of December 24th to 25th.
“I understand the concern about Santa Clausbecause he is an elderly person “and belongs to the risk group against the coronavirus, he assured Maria van Kerkhove from the headquarters of who. The expert added that the children “should go to bed early the night before Christmas and Santa Claus He will travel around the world to deliver his gifts, ”said the expert, who is the mother of two children.
“I can tell you that Santa is immune to this virus,” he said, noting that he had had a brief meeting with him.
“He is fine and his wife is fine too and they are very busy right now,” said the specialist, mitigating this problem.
Maria van Kerkhove also stressed the importance of understanding the physical distance from Santa Claus and that it must be strictly respected by children.
Similar, A reassuring message was sent to the children asking about Santa Claus and the implications for entry restrictions into different countries. Recalling its role in fighting the coronavirus and the deaths of more than 1.6 million people around the world last year, WHO tried to recall the preventive measures taken against Covid-19.
In many countries around the world, the heads of state and government have announced that despite the unfavorable situation caused by the pandemic of Covid-19, Santa Claus is ready to do his hard work like every year, the declared who. Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Giuseppe Conte, President of the Italian Council of Ministers, are some of the leaders who have spoken out by sending encouraging messages about Santa Claus in the face of the coronavirus.