Cyclone bomb? Hurrah, humbug! Santa's sleigh won't be delayed, according to NORAD.

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Denver Springs Neither COVID-19 nor the "bomb cyclone" hitting North America is expected to have an impact on Saint Nick's travels around the world, 

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according to the U.S. military organisation responsible for tracking Santa Claus as he delivers gifts on Christmas Eve.

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The North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, is in charge of keeping watch on and protecting the airspace above North America.

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The NORAD Tracks Santa service, however, is also administered by the organisation, which is situated in Colorado Springs.

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 Through its noradsanta.org website, social media platforms, and mobile app, users may monitor Santa's journey during the holiday season.

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This year, the organisation expects to have 1,500 volunteers working on Christmas Eve to answer children's calls asking about Santa's whereabouts and delivery timetable.

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The epidemic hasn't interfered with Santa's hectic delivery schedule, according to Lt. 

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General David Nahom, a NORAD official located in Anchorage, Alaska, and he doesn't anticipate any interference this weekend either.

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