Santa Claus is immune to COVID-19, reveals Anthony Fauci

Anthony Fauci, the main US epidemiologist, clarified that COVID-19 does not pose a danger to Santa Claus because he has innate immunity

The Christmas season is approaching and, with it, the arrival of Santa claus.

To be sure that Santa will only deliver gifts and not COVID-19, Anthony Fauci, the leading expert on COVID-19 in the United States, he clarified that there is no danger.

Santa is exempt from this because, like all his good qualities, he has innate immunity ”, he assured.

In an interview for USA Today, the expert stressed that Santa I would not transmit any infection to anyone.

Before the intense wave of contagions of COVID-19 affecting the world there were many children worried about Santa claus, especially on Christmas Eve, due to the large number of trips she would take in a single night.

Besides, the old age de Santa places him as a member of the population at risk and that, together with his slight overweight, could lead him to develop a serious form of COVID-19.

But also Santa claus has begun to take precautions against coronavirus.

Before your arrival in Christmas he is making few public appearances and many of them with healthy distance.

“Santa doesn’t want children to line up to see him because he doesn’t want the number of infections to increase. COVID-19. He gets sad if the children and their families are sick, ”said Gina Song, an expert at the Hospital. Northwestern Medicine Delnor, from Illinois.

So this year, in an unusual season, all the children will be able to count on their gifts and free from any contagion.

With information from USA Today