Covid-infected Santa visit to care home in Belgium Kills 18 residents after 121 fail ill in outbreak


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On Christmas day every child is waiting for Santa. On this day, when Santa Claus arrives, he brings gifts for the children, but in the Belgian one Santa Claus came as the god of death for 18 people.

A person came to Santa Claus in early December at the Hemlerijek Care Home in Mole, Belgium. During this time he spent time with elderly people.

His assistants at Sinterklaas and Kale Chehr, known as Jewert Pete (‘Black Pete’), infected 121 residents earlier this month and 36 employees at the Hemlerijek Care Home in Mole, Antwerp.

According to media reports, when this man came to the care home wearing Santa Claus dress, he did not know that he was infected with Corona virus. However, later when he fell ill, he got his test done and the report came back positive.

After this, people started getting coronated one by one in this care home. According to the news, 121 people and 36 staff have been infected so far. According to the news, one day before Christmas and five people have lost their lives on Christmas day, after which 18 people from the care home have lost their lives so far.

Ever since the people at the care home became infected with Corona, the authorities tried to find out why this happened and at the same time they suspected the person who had become Santa.

Care home workers wanted to boost people’s morale, and so they planned Santa Claus. Care home staff reported that when Santa came, he did not feel unwell.

According to staff caring for the elderly at the care home, the man who wore Santa’s clothes is actually a physician who helps care for residents at other times.

Let us know that the population of this city is 35 thousand and people are working to control the virus. Mole officials said Santa went to several locations, including the living room.

The mayor said that initially Santa had followed the rules of social distancing, but looking at the photos available on social media it seems that he did not. However, Belgian top scientist has said that he does not think that so many people have been infected by Santa’s arrival.

On Christmas day every child is waiting for Santa. On this day, when Santa Claus arrives, he brings gifts for the children, but in the Belgian one Santa Claus came as the god of death for 18 people.

A person came to Santa Claus in early December at the Hemlerijek Care Home in Mole, Belgium. During this time he spent time with elderly people.

His assistants at Sinterklaas and Kale Chehr, known as Jewert Pete (‘Black Pete’), infected 121 residents earlier this month and 36 employees at the Hemlerijek Care Home in Mole, Antwerp.

According to media reports, when this man came to the care home wearing Santa Claus dress, he did not know that he was infected with Corona virus. However, later when he fell ill, he got his test done and the report came back positive.

After this, people started getting coronated one by one in this care home. According to the news, 121 people and 36 staff have been infected so far. According to the news, one day before Christmas and five people have lost their lives on Christmas day, after which 18 people from the care home have lost their lives so far.

Ever since the people at the care home became infected with Corona, the authorities tried to find out why this happened and at the same time they suspected the person who had become Santa.

Care home workers wanted to boost people’s morale, and so they planned Santa Claus. Care home staff reported that when Santa came, he did not feel unwell.

According to staff caring for the elderly at the care home, the man who wore Santa’s clothes is actually a physician who helps care for residents at other times.

Let us know that the population of this city is 35 thousand and people are working to control the virus. Mole officials said Santa went to several locations, including the living room.

The mayor said that initially Santa had followed the rules of social distancing, but looking at the photos available on social media it seems that he did not. However, Belgian top scientist has said that he does not think that so many people have been infected by Santa’s arrival.


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