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Village tries to overcome case of H0H0 virus in time for big day

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By Stephen Thomas

NORTH POLE - A drastic change in the local celebration of this year’s Christmas holiday may occur due to an overwhelming pandemic in the North Pole area.

Over 80 percent of Christmas Village residents have been identified as carriers of the novel H0H0 Reindeer Flu virus.

Santa Claus, gift-giver to millions and Christmas Village spokesperson, said he indeed suffered from a newer strand of the virus, known as H0H0H0.

“I keep sneezing,” he said. “I’ve wiped my nose so red it looks like a cherry.”


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