CBS News reports:
One person having no travel troubles this Christmas is Santa. NORAD is tracking him online.
The site is run by the North American Aerospace Defence Command, and follows Santa as he leaves the North Pole and travels around the world to deliver presents to children.
Saturday morning, he was in Hong Kong. He’ll make his way to our area right around midnight.
Read the full article.
NORAD, the U.S. military agency known for tracking Santa Claus’s travels, doesn’t expect COVID-19 or the “bomb cyclone” to impact his Christmas Eve journey. https://t.co/tmdPuCoRMY pic.twitter.com/Y6uVwR0xxK
— The Associated Press (@AP) December 23, 2022
The NORAD Santa tracker is live! https://t.co/wMuOfMjnws
They’ve had the mission of tracking Santa’s flight around the world since 1955. pic.twitter.com/eZlLDHe5YU
— USSOCOM (@USSOCOM) December 24, 2022