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Like so much else, visits with Santa go virtual due to Covid

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As the pandemic rages, children's visits with Santa Claus are going virtual -- to protect both them and the men in high-risk groups who dress up as old St. Nick. In Illinois, this is the first year in 81-year-old John Sullivan's 30-year career playing Santa Claus that he is not seeing children in person -- but he's adjusted to virtual visits.

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