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The New Jersey Department of Health (NJ DOH) is using children’s wishes for Santa Claus as a new tool to encourage vaccination against coronavirus.
A commercial shared by NJ DOH on Twitter features a boy writing a letter to Santa requesting a COVID vaccine instead of toys and other fun gifts.
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“Dear Santa, no games. No toys. Get yourself a coronavirus vaccine!” the child actor says in the video.
The narrator says, “Nothing beats peace of mind this holiday season. Get vaccinated today.”
The commercial was heavily criticized by an opinion columnist for the Shore News Network, a news outlet that covers New Jersey and many other states, and left the liberal Democrats who run the state “completely insane.” I explained this ad as proof.
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“Let’s start by saying that the left doesn’t like Christmas and wants to cancel the entire deal. instead of games and toys, we’ll run a commercial about a boy asking Santa for a vaccine for COVID-19,” writes columnist Robert Walker.
“So instead of giving your kid a PS5 for Christmas, run and get the COVID-19 vaccine, it will brighten up your Christmas spirit,” he added, calling the ad “disturbing.” .