SANTA has officially tested negative for coronavirus and has been given the all-clear to deliver presents around the country this Christmas.
Along with a few of his elves, Santa was tested at Dublin Airport's new RocDoc CovidCheck station, which has been set up for any passengers travelling in and out of Ireland.
"Ho Ho Ho, I've just had my test at RocDoc," Santa said.
"And I'm now free to fly all over the world, and I'm going to see all the boys and girls on Christmas Eve.
"You won't see me, but I will see you."
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Santa dropped by Covid Check yesterday @DublinAirport and we are delighted to announce he is safe to travel this Christmas #santaclausiscomingtotown #covidchristmas #CovidCheck pic.twitter.com/28N7GccKA8
— RocDoc Covid Check (@RocDocCovid) December 6, 2020
Following Santa's test results, RocDoc chief executive, David Rock, said: "We were thrilled to see Santa Claus and his elves arrive at RocDoc CovidCheck today.
"All he wanted for Christmas was to test negative and make sure he could get the presents to the boys and girls this year.
"Santa wanted all young children not to worry as he will be observing social distancing rules when he is delivering presents on Christmas Eve."
RocDoc announced on Sunday that they are now providing an 8am to 8pm service seven days a week in the run up to Christmas.