How visits to Santa will look different this year

ABC News’ Becky Worley shares different options for children to see St. Nick this year.
2:53 | 12/02/20

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Going to turn to more of our countdown to Christmas and how St. Nick himself is adjusting in 2020 Becky Worley joins us with safe ways to go see Santa so kids can still give him their wish list. For so many families it's just not Christmas until the kids sit on Santa's lap for a quick chat and a snap of the camera. So this year, how is that going to work? the magic of Christmas brings joy to children everywhere but this year the pandemic is making things look a little different. Including Santa himself. Nationwide his elves are coming up with inventive ways for us to still see Kriss kringle like the sleigh at the park meadows mall in Colorado. That will keep six feet of distance. Or at bass pro shops they have Santa behind plexiglass and donning a face shield or at the Lincoln park zoo in Chicago where Santa is masked up and taking pictures from a safe six-foot distance. Now, if you do want an in-person visit check on Santa's status at your usual mall or tree lot or you can try where is santa.com and make sure to make reservations whenever possible. If an in-person visit is not in the cards there is another option. Ho, hho, ho. There's create holiday magic.comffering an experience with a personalized live zoom call with the man in the red suit. Story time with Santa and even photos with Santa for kids or pets. It's finally time to meet the one, the only. Santa! Reporter: Macy's has a free interactive experience that culminates in a selfie with Santa. For sisters Carly and Megan, seeing Santa in any form is a Maybe he'll have to wear a mask when he delivers presents. Reporter: The mall of America offering a virtual experience with Santa and his elves from the candy cane institute at the north pole. So we met ginger. And sprinkles. Their virtual experience worth it. The magic of Christmas persevering through this pandemic. And if kids are worried about Santa's ability to travel on Christmas eve delivering those presents, remember the covid vaccine is just around the corner and my sources tell me Santa is way up high on the list to get it early. He is an essential worker an he does reside in a communal living space, robin. You know the elves. I think Santa will get that vaccine asap. I love your sources. One question, Becky Worley, have you been naughty or nice? Ooh. So nice. Yes, you can't help but be nice. Thank you, Becky. I'll ask the same question to

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