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North Pole Radio News
North Pole Radio News
Elves Line Up for Shots

It has been several years since the North Pole has experienced an outbreak of the dreaded Bah Humbug Virus. But officials at the North Pole Health Clinic are taking no chances. Tonight elves is lined up to get shots to avoid getting the disease.

For months they have been publicizing the need for elves to get vaccines to fight the bug. Today is the deadline and as heard in the North Pole Radio News report above the lines are long there indeed.

The Bah Humbug Virus first made an appearance at the North Pole more than 25 years ago. At that time little was known of the sickness or how to fight it. The flu-like symptoms of the bug morph into an anti-Christmas illness that saps the Christmas spirit of any elf or reindeer who gets the virus.

The virus in 1993 devastated Santa’s workshop and set Operation Merry Christmas that year back a great deal. That is one of the few Christmas Eve’s on record where Santa actually got a late launch from the North Pole.

Health professionals, scientists and even Elf Management have since developed a vaccine and they work hard every year to see that all elves get what they need to avoid ever getting the Bah Humbug virus again. The strain of flu so named seems to pop-up every five years or so but it has actually been eight Christmases since we last saw a serious outbreak.


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  1. Elf Ulan
    Elf Ulan says:

    Thank you, Elf Trixie. I hope everyone who listeners at the North Pole got the shot on time. I was surprised the clinic keeps open at 10 pm. Sounds so important. Are the test pilots and the reindeer okay? Wow, Elf PD has had it, and it sounds so terrible. Do you have the medicine for it? I think Christmas music on Kringle Radio is very effective. It makes me always feel happier and protects my mind peacefully from against of outside. May the entire North Pole be filled with Christmas spirits and the candy canes (they’re so lucky!) and stays safe and healthy! ^^

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