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Tooth Fairy given special pass to enter people's homes: Premier John Horgan

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April 24, 2020 - 12:53 PM

In case you were worried that COVID-19 would put the Tooth Fairy out of commission, fear not.

Premier John Horgan has stepped in to set the record straight.

“Many kids and parents in B.C. have reached out to ask about another important line of work,” Horgan said in a post to his Facebook account.

On the official certificate, Horgan writes that the Tooth Fairy is hereby authorized to travel freely into and throughout the province of B.C.

“As Premier of B.C., I am pleased to welcome our legendary friend who provides the essential service of rewarding healthy habits and good brushing,” he wrote.

“While we are physically distancing, we are all in this together and I thank all ages and creatures for doing their part.”

The same kind of government pass was given to the supernatural friend of the Tooth Fairy just weeks ago. That’s when Horgan gave the Easter Bunny a right to bounce into homes, as per tradition.

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