Santa tests positive for COVID-19 after contact with dozens of children

Two Long County GA commissioners have filled the role of Santa and Mrs. Claus for years at the local annual Christmas parade, but this year possibly exposed some 50 children to COVID-19. The Santa and Mrs. Claus tested positive two days after the annual holiday event and said they weren’t displaying symptoms at the time of the event.

The local school district is requesting parents keep kids home for the remainder of the year as The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends those who have been exposed to a person who has tested positive for coronavirus to stay home for 14 days and monitor symptoms.

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