New Zealand: PM Jacinda Ardern declares Easter Bunny as essential worker

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Ardern then posted an egg design on her Facebook and Instagram accounts, asking kids to download it and colour it in, as part of the Big New Zealand Easter Egg Hunt.

During the daily briefing, Dr. Henry spoke again about the need to limit non-essential travel ahead of the Easter long weekend and protect the "firewall" in place around B.C.

In a news release issued Thursday afternoon, the city joined the list of governments to declare the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy as essential workers.

The novel coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot - but it won't stop the Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy.

"I'm wondering if you'll help me create an Easter egg hunt for all the children in your neighbourhood?"

Confirmed of course the Easter Bunny & Tooth Fairy are essential workers in Toronto.

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They say - the Easter Bunny is freely able to hop from house to house for egg deliveries for Easter.

"It's so tough for the younger kids to explain what is going on right now ... the kids have simple things they are anxious about", Ford said at a news conference Tuesday.

"Honestly, with all that has been going on... all of which I see everyday, this was a welcome moment of joy and happiness. And also do something fun for the community as well, since they are stuck at home".

However, this year would be different for many people around the world as we are faced with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Children can hide more diligently your fancy milk teeth under your pillow, and to the Surprise of the tooth fairy the next Morning to look forward to. "I'm applauding the nurses and the doctors and the anaesthetists and the ambulance drivers", Ferrari said, much to Willoughby and Schofield's dismay.

They also thank faith leaders who have found innovative ways to virtually celebrate important holidays, including Passover, Easter and Ramadan, with their congregants.

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