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The jolliest star of the holiday season will face the same COVID-19 safety protocols as, say, a disgruntled retail worker, according to an article on the celebrity news site TMZ.com.
While mall Santas will likely be stationed across the country this year, children will have to tell them what they want from six feet away and from behind a pane of plexiglass, where they may or may not be able to have their photo taken.
“Great. Bah humbug,” reports TMZ. “Kids may be required to get a temperature check before approaching Kris Kingle’s chair ... and there won’t be any sitting on his lap in 2020. So much for that precious shot of little Tommy crying!”
While the rules will vary from state to state and city to city, TMZ also warns that the real lump of coal is this: some malls might be shut down altogether due to surging COVID-19 cases.
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