October 23, 2021

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Santas were due to receive a Covid-19 vaccine in the US on a priority basis, but the plan failed

Santas were due to receive a Covid-19 vaccine in the US on a priority basis, but the plan failed

Preparing a vaccine against Covid-19 is one of the big themes of the US presidential campaign. The US presidential election awaits us next Tuesday, and the Corona virus, which has killed more than 200,000 people in America, is undoubtedly the main topic of the campaign. People are especially interested in when they expect a vaccine that President Trump promised months ago and originally said would definitely go to the polls.

The launch of such a vaccine would undoubtedly include a $250 million roadshow that Americans really wanted to be creative.

Since Christmas is approaching, they have planned to participate in it as well Thousands of Santa Clauswho decorate malls in America, where parents can bring their children to tell Santa on their knees gifts they want.

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However, hygiene experts have already confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that the plan has not finally been implemented. Meanwhile, the Department of Health confirmed to the New York Times that a plan to vaccinate Santa Claus already exists.

Former Deputy Minister Michael Caputo originally came up with the idea, but quit after posting a video on Facebook accusing the scientific community of rebelling against President Donald Trump.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Caputo was scheduled to tell Santa’s boss, Eric Irwin, that he could expect a vaccine in mid-November with it being distributed among essential occupations until Thanksgiving, which is celebrated in the United States last November. “If you and your colleagues are not in the necessary profession, I do not know who Kabuto said. According to the Wall Street Journal, Erwin was supposed to answer his phone: “He is he” He adds that he will reciprocate for Caput’s kindness to Santa’s service.

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Irwin considers the fact that this will not happen in the end is a huge disappointment. “That was our biggest hope for the 2020 holiday, and now it looks like it won’t happen.”

Surprising in this is the position of the US Department of Health, whose spokesman said that Minister Alex Azar had no knowledge of the St. On the other hand, Irwin said he got a promise that the plan would be finished as early as mid-September, while nearly 100 popes volunteered to apply. Looks like Santa lied a little. is over.