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10 April 2020 - New Zealand PM says Easter Bunny is an "essential worker"

Publié par Marion Coste le 10/04/2020

New Zealand PM says tooth fairy and Easter bunny are 'essential workers'

(The Telegraph, 07/04/2020)

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday declared children's favorites the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy to be essential workers.

That means they can carry on with their work while others stay at home during a month-long lockdown to battle to coronavirus pandemic.

However, Ardern warned that due to the virus the Easter Bunny may not make it to everyone's homes so has called on children to create their own Easter egg hunt for others to follow.

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Jacinda Ardern reassured New Zealand children that the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy are considered essential workers

Rachel Hosie (Insider, 07/04/2020)

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has reassured children that both the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy are considered essential workers in the coronavirus lockdown.

"You'll be pleased to know that we do consider both the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny to be essential workers," Ardern said in response to a question asked at a media briefing on the country's official COVID-19 response on Monday.

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Kiwi kids keen to be part of the PM's eggcellent egg hunt

(New Zealand Herald, 08/04/2020)

Ashleigh Purcell, 2, is one of the thousands of Kiwi kids taking up the Prime Minister's call to keep the Easter spirit alive despite the national lockdown.

On Monday Jacinda Ardern urged our youngsters to join the Big New Zealand Easter Hunt; including publishing on Facebook a template of an Easter egg to colour in with their best design.

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Easter activities: The top 10 fun things to do at home during coronavirus lockdown

Denise Piper (Stuff.co.nz, 07/04/2020)

For Kiwis, Easter is usually a chance to get away, a great chocolate celebration or a time of religious contemplation.

While the coronavirus lockdown has put paid to any travel or religious gatherings, Easter is still a great chance to spend time with the family in your bubble.

There are plenty of fun activities to do with kids of all ages, to make this year's celebration one to remember, while parents enjoy the lack of Easter Weekend traffic.

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