Salt Lake City-After a year, even Santa needs some Christmas Eve start.
This is why he went to the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City on Thursday night instead of Friday morning.
He wants to make sure that the medical staff get the gift as soon as possible.
Santa also visited Children’s Hospital and University of Utah Hospital on Thursday.
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He is delivering pizza and snack boxes to medical staff who do not want to take a vacation.
Do not pay attention to the calendar in an emergency.
He said: “This is the best way for me to figure out how to bring a little happiness to those who have to work.”
This is the Christmas Eve tradition that David Lamb has been engaged in for many years.
The lamb dressed as Santa Claus delivers food to health care workers. “You can spread kindness and cheers,” he said. “I love Christmas.”
Lamb said he remembered his mother-in-law’s hard work at the Dixie Regional Medical Center in southern Utah for two decades.
Lamb said: “We will go to St. George for Christmas and wait for her to open the present. She is exhausted due to work.” “So my wife and I decided that this is what we are going to do. We want to bring them. Come and be happy and thank them for their work.”
Usually, lamb is roasted and the roasted food is brought to the hospital.
But this year, he brought them pizza and snack boxes because of the large amount of coal called COVID-19.
He knew that nurses and doctors had a difficult year.
He said: “Our medical staff are under a lot of pressure. If we can add a little bit to their lives tonight and express a little appreciation for what they have done, it will be good for me.”
In addition, you never know when you may need to go to the hospital to get down the chimney.
Maybe Santa is cheering on just in case. However, even if he is not in an emergency, he knows that the medical staff is taking care of other patients.
They will not starve to death.
Lamb said: “They are really grateful.” “They thank people for remembering them.”