Are you following along as NORAD tracks Santa's journey tonight?
NORAD TRACKS SANTA: The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is tracking Santa Claus' journey across the world as he delivers gifts to children. NORAD says its satellites are able to locate the jolly old elf each year by using an 'infrared sensor to detect heat signatures from Rudolph’s nose.' NORAD is a joint organization of the U.S. and Canadian military that was established during the Cold War to identify airborne attacks against North America. It has been been tracking Santa's sleigh each Christmas Eve since 1955. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of households will be celebrating smaller gatherings with fewer gifts, but even if his presents are scaled back, Santa will deliver love and goodwill to all good children. This week Dr. Fauci, who turns 80 today, reported that he personally traveled to the North Pole to vaccinate Santa. 'I measured his level of immunity,' Fauci said, 'and he is good to go.'