PM Says Easter Bunny Is an 'Essential Worker'

PM Says Easter Bunny Is an 'Essential Worker'

PM Says Easter Bunny Is an 'Essential Worker'

The country declared a state of emergency March 25 to try and curb the spread of the novel virus.

"I know it is tough for the younger kids to explain what is going on right now and the kids have simple things they are anxious about like the Easter Bunny", Ford said during a news conference at Queen's Park.

Following the segment, Phillip admitted: "In all my years, this is one of the most freaky chats on this show I've ever had".

On her official Facebook page, Ardern posted a print-out Easter egg that children can color in.

During a press conference on Monday, Jacinda said: 'You'll be pleased to know that we do consider both the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny to be essential workers.

Vanessa interjected: 'I don't think she meant it that way, I think she was injecting a bit of lighthearted humour which is needed at this time'.

You can thank New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who added the two mythical definitely real characters to the list of essential workers.

If an airline traveller arrives and an adequate self-isolation plan is proposed but needs additional support to execute safely (e.g., enlist volunteers to deliver groceries or fill prescriptions once at home), travellers may be taken or directed to an accommodation site provided in collaboration with the provincial and federal governments to begin self-isolation, while outstanding details of their plan are put in place. The President of the health care system of Guernsey, Nicola Brink, said: "Some fear that there will be no Easter egg hunt, and that the tooth fairy can collect no fancy milk teeth. I'm applauding the nurses and the doctors and the anaesthetists and the ambulance drivers", United Kingdom talkback host Nick Ferrari said, dismissing Jacinda Ardern's statement from Monday.

Discussion arose when Holly revealed that her daughter Belle, eight, had lost a tooth leading them to discussing Jacinda's comments.

She then suggested kids plan their own Easter egg hunts in their own neighborhoods.

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

Residents and retailers of the East London neighbourhood are being encouraged to get creative and decorate their windows, balconies and storefronts with colourful Easter eggs.

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