Easter Bunny an 'essential worker' during virus crisis

Easter Bunny an 'essential worker' during virus crisis

That was New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's reassuring (and a bit playful) message on Monday in response to a question from a reporter about children who were anxious the country's coronavirus lockdown may keep the Easter Bunny from bringing them sweet treats this coming Sunday.

Phillip supported Jacinda's comments saying she was just, "putting on a layer of reassurance that we want a bit of normality and life can be normal in that area".

Ferrari wasn't having it, making the point that healthcare staff are the real essential workers.

If no-self isolation plan is presented, "a quarantine site will be prepared and made available to those individuals, until they can get themselves together", said Horgan.

Nick continued: 'When I stand and applaud every Thursday at 8pm [in reference to the Clap For Carers scheme] I'm not applauding the Easter Bunny, I'm applauding the doctors, the nurses, the anethasists and the ambulance drivers.

Not to worry, said Ardern, 39.

During a press conference in Wellington, Jacinda Ardern was asked whether any exemption was being considered for the Easter Bunny during the country's strict lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Tory, however, expressed no such concerns for Toronto and said that he still expects the Easter Bunny to be able to complete all of his usual duties, despite the pandemic.

'As you can imagine, at this time they're going to be potentially quite busy at home with their family as well and their own bunnies'.

In case you're scrambling to make sure Easter at home is still magical, Ontario's premier is 'ear to tell you to leave the hopping to the bunnies.

"You can draw your own Easter egg, or you can colour in the one that some of my clever friends helped to make".

"As we follow the advice and guidance of our provincial health officer, it's also important to take care of one another". Post a picture of the egg or eggs you decorated on social media and use the hashtag #ppcegghunt to be entered into the Parks & Recreation Department's prize drawing.

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