Transcript for How to safely visit Santa amid the raging COVID-19 pandemic
Now more than ever our kids could really use a little holiday magic including for many families a visit with Santa. How to safely visit with St. Nick in the middle of a raging pandemic, let's bring in Genevieve Shaw brown author of the book "The happiest mommy you know." Genevieve, good morning. Good morning, Dan. So our kids are -- many of them are eager to let Santa know what's on the wish list this year. How are things going to be different when it comes to consulting with Santa? Well, like everything 2020 expect social distancing, plexiglass, temperature checks and more from any place doing in-person Santa visit. So let's get a little more specific. Where can families go to see Santa? Bass pro shops and cabela's are doing a contactless Claus program. Uses a clear shield between Santa and the children featuring elves in masks, temperature checks, social distancing and a Santa Terry squad that will clean up between every single visit. The program runs through December 24th. Reservations are required. Comes with a free digital download and Brookfield mall, in-person visits are happens and varies from mall to mall. Might see Santa in a snow globe. It depends which one you visit. A lot of parents would be worried about going inside at all. Are there virtual options? There are. Actually Brookfield mall teamed up with jinglering.com and can you make a reservation and bring multiple devices. So what does that mean? You can have grandparents, uncles, cousins. Have it a virtual experience and if you want to get a facetime call from the big man himself, invite santashop.com. My own kids got a call from him. Absolutely magical. I believe it. Genevieve, thank you so much. Really appreciate the great advice on a Saturday morning and
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