Dr. Anthony Fauci Tells Kids It’s Safe For Santa Claus To Come To Their Houses On Christmas

Santa Claus is coming to town this Christmas, thanks to Dr. Anthony Fauci. The Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease was able to ensure that all the good little boys and girls will be getting a visit from Santa himself, despite the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During the hour-long special, “The ABC’s of Covid 19: A CNN/Sesame Street Town Hall for Families” on CNN, Dr. Fauci was answering questions from kiddos who are concerned about the virus—and also how it will affect Santa Claus’ travel plans. In fact, 6 year-old Paxton from Illinois asked the question on every concerned kid’s mind: “Will Santa still be able to visit me in coronavirus this season? What if he can’t go to anyone’s house or near his reindeer?”

Dr. Fauci answered little Paxton’s question with ease. He said:

“I took care of that for you. I took a trip up there to the North Pole. I went there and I vaccinated Santa Claus myself. I measured his level of immunity, and he is good to go. He can come down the chimney. He can leave the presents. You have nothing to worry about.”

Dr. Fauci didn’t specify which vaccine he gave to Santa Claus: if it was the Pfizer vaccine or the Moderna vaccine, but for most kids, that level of detail doesn’t really matter. What does is that Santa Claus can come down the chimney (wearing a mask and staying socially distanced, of course), and bring presents to children everywhere.

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