Virtual Santa Goes Viral because of Pandemic in Spain

Virtual Santa Goes Viral because of Pandemic in Spain

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The Santa Claus has given himself the mission of saving Christmas in Spain by sending video messages to kids who can’t meet the unexpected guest himself this year in light of the Covid pandemic. Hector Fuentes, decked out in the exemplary red suit, white facial hair and cap of Father Christmas, or “Daddy Noel” in Spanish stated, “We considered doing Zoom, Skype and utilizing new innovations since Santa can’t visit the kids’ homes”.

Hector Fuentes is a youngsters performer, essentially a Chilean who has been living in Spain for as far back as the decade has changed an old steel trailer in Leganes, south of Madrid, into a cavern cum-creation studio. He records customized messages with the assistance of his child Andres, who works behind the camera, and his partner Pilar Carrion, who plays his trusty companion mythical being.

The most effortless approach to contact him is the Parents can discover Fuentes via online media and send him their kids’ letters. At that point he and Carrion film a customized answer from Papa Noel himself. “At the point when the pandemic showed up all the occasions we had were cancelled…we needed to begin from scratch to reexamine ourselves,” said Carrion. A new picture was delivered On Friday; three-year-old Arhoa Pena sat captivated as she watched Santa Claus conversing with her from the TV in her family room in Alcorcon.


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