Father Christmas has revealed he’s immune to coronavirus and therefore will be able to deliver presents safely this festive season.
‘I’m immune to coronavirus and I’ll explain why,’ Father Christmas said. ‘Now, humans have antibodies, now I have something called santibodies and these keep me healthy all year round.
‘I’m 1750 this year, so as you can see, I’m doing pretty well. You don’t need to worry about me.’
Phil asked what measures Father Christmas will be taking amid the coronavirus pandemic.
‘We’re always very clean at the North Pole and we always have santatizer everywhere,’ he replied, before showing his special anti-bacterial gel.
Father Christmas’s appearance on the show comes after Boris Johnson tweeted on Wednesday: ‘Monti (aged eight) wrote to me asking if Father Christmas will be able to deliver presents this year.
‘I’ve had lots of letters about this, so I have spoken with experts and can assure you that Father Christmas will be packing his sleigh and delivering presents this Christmas.’
The letter read: ‘Dear Mr Johnson, I am eight years old and I was wondering if you and the Government had thought about Santa coming this Christmas.
‘If we leave hand sanitiser by the cookies can he come? Or will he wash his hands? ‘I understand you are very busy but can you and the scientists please talk about this. From Monti.’
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.
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