Dr. Responding to a boy who asked if Santa had been vaccinated, Anthony Fauci revealed that he was “good to go” before Christmas.
Dr. Anthony Fauci revealed that he personally vaccinated Santa Claus before Christmas. The country’s leading infectious disease expert, who will celebrate its 80th birthday on December 24, told curious children that Kris Kringle is sure to deliver gifts. During a town hall on Sesame Street on December 18, a child was named LucyThe 8-year-old from San Rafael, Calif., Asked the question, “How did Santa Claus get the vaccine and is it safe for him to go inside?”
Santa will be coming to town this year, says Dr. Anthony Fauci.
“I did that for you,” he says. “… I made a trip to the North Pole up there; I went there and vaccinated Santa Claus myself. I’ve measured his immunity and he’s good to go. “#CNNSesameStreet pic.twitter.com/CNJ520XTew
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The doctor replied, “Well, I have to say I took care of this for you because I was worried you would all be upset,” said Dr. Fauci, adding, “I vaccinated Santa Claus myself. I’ve measured his immunity level and he’s good to go. You don’t have to worry. “This wasn’t the first time he had reassured children about Santa’s health before Christmas.” Santa is exempted from this because, among all the good qualities, Santa has a lot of good innate immunity, ” he said TODAY last month in the US, “Santa Claus is not going to pass infections on anyone.”
Dr. Fauci announced that Santa Claus has been vaccinated. Image: AP Images
Dr. Fauci was previously in the news afterwards Donald TrumpThe 74-year-old complained that “nobody” likes him, while the director of the National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases had a higher approval rating. After the U.S. president’s rating fell to a low of 38 percent in June, Trump voiced his complaints at a press conference about the COVID-19 pandemic. “I have a very good relationship with Dr. Fauci. It’s kind of interesting. We have Dr. Fauci listened. I haven’t always agreed with him that I think that’s pretty normal. That’s fine, “Trump said in July. “[Fauci] did not want to ban … put the ban on China when China was badly infected, very bad, Wuhan. He didn’t want that and I and other things. And he told me I was right and he told me I saved tens of thousands of lives, which was generous. “