Christmas is indeed coming to town. And for Houston residents, the threat of Covid-19 won’t stop them from celebrating one of the merriest days of the year.
Here is the article from chron.com.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command will still track the man in the red suit as he makes his trek across the globe. Starting at 4 a.m. ET on Christmas Eve, NORAD will launch its Santa tracking radar, and children everywhere can set their traps on time.
But unlike other years, not everyone will get to talk to a NORAD volunteer at its call center. The Covid-19 pandemic means NORAD had to limit its volunteer pool to likely fewer than 10 people per 2-hour shift, AP’s Lolita C. Baldor reported in November. Anyone who calls 1-877-Hi-NORAD for a Santa Claus update will either hear from a volunteer or a recorded message on his whereabouts. For a more modern way to find the sleigh, NORAD provides Santa updates on its social media pages, Amazon Alexa, Onstar, and a new mobile app available for iPhones and Android phones.
we won’t have to worry about the pandemic spreading through Santa’s yearly trip down the chimney. Dr. Anthony Fauci reassured those waiting for the arrival of their Christmas gifts that there was no need for concern.“I took a trip up there to the North Pole. I went up there and vaccinated Santa myself,” Fauci said on a CNN segment featuring “Sesame Street”‘s Elmo and friends. “I measured his level of immunity and he’s good to go. He can come down the chimney, he can leave the presents, and you have nothing to worry about.”
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