A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from November 23, 2020
“Why is Santa Claus immune to COVID-19?"/"Because he has santabodies.”

The 2020 COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic made many people wonder if Santa Claus would still deliver presents on Christmas Day. Many people said that Santa Claus would still do his job because he has “santabodies” or “santibodies” (Santa + antibodies).

“‘If covid is still around at Christmas time, how are you going to explain to your kids why Santa is allowed to visit millions of households?’ ‘Santibodies’” was posted on Twitter by Mikie Winfield on August 6, 2020. “How’s Santa going to deliver presents at Christmas with COVID still around? Santibodies” was posted on Twitter by Pneffk later on August 6, 2020. “Why can’t Santa Claus get COVID-19? He has santibodies” was posted on Reddit—Dadjokes on November 22, 2020.

“How does Santa stay healthy through the winter?  Santabodies” was posted on Twitter by Pine Kat Audio on November 10, 2010. “‘Why is Santa immune to COVID?’ Me: .... @samharrelson ‘He has Santabodies!’” was posted on Twitter by Rev. Merianna Harrelson on November 20, 2020. “Why is Santa immune from COVID? Because he has Santabodies” was posted on Twitter by Aurora (she/her) on November 21, 2020.

“Why are Santa’s reindeer allowed to travel on Christmas Eve?"/"They have herd immunity” is a related joke.


Wikipedia: Santa Claus
Santa Claus, also known as Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, or simply Santa, is a legendary character originating in Western Christian culture who is said to bring gifts to the homes of well-behaved children on the night of Christmas Eve (24 December) or during the early morning hours of Christmas Day (25 December).

Wikipedia: COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the coronavirus pandemic, is an ongoing pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. The outbreak was declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern in January 2020 and a pandemic in March 2020.

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Mikie Winfield
@MicWin19
“If covid is still around at Christmas time, how are you going to explain to your kids why Santa is allowed to visit millions of households?”
“Santibodies”
7:24 PM · Aug 6, 2020·Twitter for Android

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Pneffk
@PneFcRS
How’s Santa going to deliver presents at Christmas with COVID still around? Santibodies
8:12 PM · Aug 6, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Richard/Daphnii/Däph - Comedian & Drag Performer
@RJ_ComdianNZ
Why won’t Santa get Coronavirus?
He has Santibodies.
#DadJokes #Jokes
11:54 PM · Aug 6, 2020 from Wellington City, New Zealand·Twitter for Android

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Pine Kat Audio
@PineKatAudio
How does Santa stay healthy through the winter?
Santabodies
11:17 AM · Nov 10, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Bradley McClelland
@brad_mcclelland
Replying to @kellykeegs
Santa has Santabodies so we’re good.
12:01 PM · Nov 20, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Andrew Clark
@Clarky_Tweets
Replying to @AllisonLCarter
we must capture Santa and study his Santabodies. Our nation depends on this
2:00 PM · Nov 20, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Pete Salisbury
@Tuckerpete
Santibodies? Santa Claus is ‘immune’ to COVID-19, says Dr. Anthony Fauci https://nypost.com/2020/11/20/santa-claus-is-immune-from-covid-19-says-dr-anthony-fauci/?utm_source=twitter_sitebuttons&utm_medium=site%20buttons&utm_campaign=site%20buttons via
@nypost
Santa Claus is ‘immune’ to COVID-19, says Dr. Anthony Fauci
Santa will be spreading lots of joy — not COVID-19 — when he visits millions of homes this Christmas. That’s because Kris Kringle is immune to coronavirus, according to the
nypost.com
2:41 PM · Nov 20, 2020·Twitter Web App

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Mitchell Stroud
@MCStroud14
Why can’t Santa get COVID?
HES GOT SANTIBODIES
6:22 PM · Nov 20, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Rev. Merianna Harrelson
@RevMerianna
@samharrelson “Why is Santa immune to COVID?” Me: .... @samharrelson “He has Santabodies!”
7:29 PM · Nov 20, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Facebook
Whitney Doyle Driver
November 20, 2020 at 8:15 PM ·
Santa is immune to Covid-19. He has Santabodies. 🎅🏻

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Mike Lynch
@MikeLynch09
Why is Santa immune to #COVID19?
Because he has santibodies.
I’ll see myself out.
10:16 AM · Nov 21, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Shannon
@Shannon91981
Do you know why Santa Claus can’t catch Covid-19?
It’s because he has Santibodies.
1:22 PM · Nov 21, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Nico
@nick_havens
did you know santa clause can’t get covid?? he’s got santabodies
1:59 PM · Nov 21, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Aurora (she/her)
@factaurial
Why is Santa immune from COVID?
Because he has Santabodies
3:01 PM · Nov 21, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Katie Daily
@A_Rose_Of_Salt
Q: Why can’t Santa get COVID?
A: Because he has #Santabodies!
5:33 PM · Nov 21, 2020 from Cambridge, MA·Twitter for iPhone

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cast
@Castoreh
Why can’t Santa Claus catch COVID 19?
because he has santibodies
6:00 PM · Nov 21, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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LEHCAR NELLUM
@TruBluY
Why can’t Santa get Covid 19?
Because he has santabodies.
You’re welcome. I’ll be here all week.
9:13 PM · Nov 21, 2020·Twitter for Android

Reddit—Dadjokes
Posted by u/Squeazer November 22, 2020
Why can’t Santa Claus get COVID-19?
He has santibodies.

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