- Associated Press - Friday, November 27, 2020

Excerpts from letters sent to Santa that have been received by his sorting office in France:

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“Father Christmas, if the coronavirus allows it, would it be possible to drop in on the night of the 24th … We’ll put out a cake for you and carrots for the reindeer” - The Theron family.

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“I hope that you are well. I also hope the elves and you aren’t infected” - Lina, age 9.



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“I want this epidemic to stop, so I can see my family without fear” - Eglantine.

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“I want to meet you but we can’t because there is the virus” - William.

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“I didn’t put many toys on my list. I understand that this year is difficult with the virus … P.S. I broke my arm” - Louis, age 9.

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“I’m going to turn 6. I won’t be able to celebrate my birthday because of the sick people” - Leana.

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“Even with the sickness, I hope to see you, because I want to give you a hug and a kiss … I would like a brother and a little sister. I have a fish and a frog” - Rosay.

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“It’s been many years since I have written to you. In lockdown, I decided to pick up my pen again … Father Christmas, for me, an independent student, this has been a tough year …” Alexis, 22.

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“Don’t forget your lockdown pass and your mask, so you aren’t fined” - Carole, age 54.

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