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Offbeat Corona pushes digitization: Santa Claus calls children via zoom

17:00  27 november  2020
17:00  27 november  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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Classified as a risk group due to his age, Santa Claus in the United Kingdom is now accepting gift wishes via video call.

Der Weihnachtsmann hat aufgerüstet: Er verfügt jetzt über WLAN und Videokonferenzausrüstung. © Markus Langer / Fotolia.com Santa Claus has upgraded: He now has WiFi and video conference equipment.

Of course, the virus isn't really the reason for the bearded benefactor's new form of communication because, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, an infectious disease expert, Santa Claus has innate immunity to Covid-19 and can therefore slip through the chimneys this year too. But there is a technical novelty at Santa Claus at home: Since he now has WiFi at home at the North Pole and on his sled, he can now come home virtually!

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The “Santa at Home” project located in Great Britain provides the platform for this . Until December 24th, it will bring up to six children, an unlimited number of adults and Santa Claus together in zoom calls. The conversations should last up to twelve minutes. Then the man in the red coat not only knows how good the children were and what they want, but also how well the equipment works at home. There is a nice detail on top for the offspring who are video conference-trained in Corona times: From then on, Santa Claus appears in their list of Zoom contacts.

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