Dr. Fauci Assures Families that Santa Claus Cannot Contract or Spread COVID-19. Are your little ones concerned about Santa’s safety and travel plans this year? Rest assured, that North Pole representatives have shared Christmas will go on and Santa is still scheduled to deliver presents to all the good girls and boys this year on Dec 24th! For those who need a bit more reassurance, Dr. Anthony Fauci has shared exactly why Santa’s work will not affect the pandemic and how he will still be able to spread Christmas cheer without spreading COVID-19.
USAToday recently spoke with Dr. Fauci about how Santa Claus will be able to deliver presents this year and Dr. Fauci made it very clear that parents and children around the world should not be afraid of Santa stopping by to deliver presents and shared that his “innate immunity” would prevent both Santa from getting sick and from spreading the virus. “Santa is exempt from this because Santa, of all the good qualities, has a lot of good innate immunity. Santa is not going to be spreading any infections to anybody,” Fauci told USAToday.
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