Also the second-largest British channel island of Guernsey is not informed that the Easter Bunny and the tooth fairy have to go to the Home Office.
"We urge everyone to continue practising physical distancing and staying safe", said the statement from Easter Bunny Enterprises.
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Ardern told children that the Easter Bunny would be extra busy this year, and encouraged them to create their own Easter hunts by putting drawings of eggs in their front windows.
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The Prime Minister of New Zealand has reassured children that the Easter Bunny will be exempt from the travel restrictions imposed under a nationwide lockdown. "Precisely how long the order will take effect for, you'll have to tune in tomorrow to see, but it is going to be a bit longer". "I'm applauding the nurses and the doctors and the anaesthetists and the ambulance drivers", Ferrari said, much to Willoughby and Schofield's dismay.
James also said the provincial government is not considering layoffs or pay cuts in the public sector, as a number of employees are now working from home.
"If you are a paramedic, if you are a nurse, if you are a bus driver, to be compared to the Tooth Fairy".
The B.C. plan includes $1.5 billion to help recovery efforts, but it's too early to forecast a rebound, she said.
They also thank faith leaders who have found innovative ways to virtually celebrate important holidays, including Passover, Easter and Ramadan, with their congregants.