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Dreaming of a COVID
Christmas

Dana Friedman, a trial lawyer who has spent 6 months of each year growing out his beard for his
annual appearances as Santa Claus since 2001, adjusts his mask before greeting a child at the
Bay Terrace Shopping Center in Queens, New York City,

Children look at lights from inside their family car as they visit Luminna Fest, a drive-through
Christmas light festival, in Sao Paulo, Brazil December 5, 2020. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

Dana Friedman poses for a portrait with a family through a window at the Bay Terrace Shopping
Center in Queens, New York City, December 6, 2020. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs

A man dressed as Santa Claus rappels from a cable car while descending from the Pao de Acucar
Mountain (Sugar Loaf Mountain) during his arrival to a Christmas event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
December 5, 2020. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

San Diego Ballet School students wear protective masks backstage during a performance of "The
Nutcracker", presented by the San Diego Ballet in a drive-in performance at a parking lot in San
Diego, California, December 5, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan

A girl visits a man dressed as Santa Claus inside an old cable car at Urca Hill near Pao de Acucar
Mountain (Sugar Loaf Mountain) during a Christmas event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 5,
2020. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

Children greet a person dressed as Santa Claus from inside a vehicle in a drive-thru Christmas
village, amid the coronavirus outbreak, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, December 3, 2020.
REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

A person dressed as The Grinch performs as people attend the ChristmasCity drive-in cinema
showing of the movie Home Alone, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus in Manchester, Britain,
December 3. REUTERS/Jason Cairnduf

An employee prepares a chocolate nativity scene with masked figures at the chocolate
manufacture Confiserie Felicitas in Hornow, near Spremberg, Germany, December 4.
REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Panchito Vicente, 2, is reflected in plexiglass as he visits Santa Claus, Ray Hamlett, 74, at the
Citadel Outlet mall in Commerce, California, December 3. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

A safety sign is displayed amidst the outbreak of the coronavirus at Waddesdon Manor near
Aylesbury, Britain, December 3. REUTERS/Beresford Hodge

A person dressed as a Santa Claus meets with children while sitting in a "Santa Claus bubble" as
he opens Christmas season at Aalborg Zoo, amid the coronavirus outbreak, in Aalborg, Denmark,
November 13. Ritzau Scanpix/Henning Bagger via REUTERS

A woman walks past a window display with Father Christmas wearing a protective mask, during
the second COVID-19 national lockdown in Lille, France, November 30. REUTERS/Pascal
Rossignol

A school nativity show is filmed for parents at Heath Mount School in Watton at Stone in
Hertfordshire, Britain, November 26. REUTERS/Andrew Couldridge

Glass Christmas tree decorations shaped like pigs are seen at OzdobaCZ factory in Dvur Kralove
nad Labem, Czech Republic, December 1.

A child interacts by video with a man who goes by "Santa Claus Edi Noel" at NorteShopping mall
amid the coronavirus outbreak, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 13. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

People go shopping after Lombardy was downgraded from a red to an orange zone, loosening
coronavirus restrictions including allowing non-essential shops to re-open ahead of Christmas, in
Milan, Italy, December 1. REUTERS/Flavio Lo Scalzo

Janos Nemes, dressed as Santa Claus, interacts with children by video in a photo studio in
Budapest, Hungary, December 1. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Hungarian confectioner Laszlo Rimoczi works on a chocolate Santa at his workshop in Lajosmizse,
Hungary, November 20. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

People look at a house displaying Christmas lights in Hemel Hempstead, Britain, November 30.
REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Students take part in a training session at the Ministry of Fun Santa School, as it develops an
online app for children to speak with Santa during the Christmas season, as the continuation of
the coronavirus pandemic means most in-person Santa's

Anjuli Wankerl, the owner of the hotel and restaurant Landgasthof Boeck, serves customers at
their drive-thru Christmas market during the coronavirus pandemic in Gauting near Munich,
Germany, November 29. REUTERS/Andreas Gebert

People walk through the Burlington Arcade adorned with Christmas decorations, amid the
coronavirus outbreak, in London, Britain, November 23. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

Issa Kassissieh, wearing a Santa Claus costume, holds a scroll as he poses for a picture while
sitting next to a Christmas tree on a salt formation in the Dead Sea, in an event organised by
Israel's tourism ministry, as Israel gears up for the

A woman wearing a protective face mask walks past a Christmas shop window display as the
country's second lockdown came to an end amid the continuing coronavirus outbreak in Galway,
Ireland, December 1. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne

An assistant helps Pal Pillmayer, dressed as Santa Claus, as he prepares to interact with children
by video chat, amid the coronavirus outbreak in Budapest, Hungary, November 30.
REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Artists of the Moscow residence of Father Frost perform for children with disabilities in Moscow,
Russia, November 28. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov

People look at the Christmas window of the Macy's Herald Square store in New York City, New
York, November 20. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

A student trains with a computer and webcam in the Grotto at the Ministry of Fun Santa School,
as it develops an online app for children to speak with Santa during the Christmas season, as the
continuation of the coronavirus pandemic means most

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