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Photo: Ollyy (Shutterstock) It’s been a big year for postal workers and other delivery drivers. Not only have they been bringing us the things we need during a pandemic, but they also made sure our mail-in ballots got to their final destinations, and are now moving large quantities of the COVID-19 vaccine across the country. Tonight, there will be one more person out there making deliveries than usual, and he has a pretty long route. Yes, we’re talking about Santa Claus and his annual commute down from the North Pole and around the world. And now that Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick has received his first dose of the vaccine—courtesy of Dr. Anthony Fauci, who personally injected him —he’s ready to make the trip, and slide down millions of chimneys into people’s private homes spreading holiday cheer (but not SARS-CoV-2). Even though we know Santa Claus is, in fact, coming to town, you (or someone you know) might want to follow his journey and chart his progress. Here’s how to do that. How to track Santa’s trip from the North Pole The most well-known way to keep tabs on the big guy is through the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Santa Tracker . One night a year, in addition to watching aerospace for a potential nuclear attack, the team at NORAD also provides live information on Santa’s whereabouts. Each year, around 9 million people from 200 countries utilize this service. To join them, visit the dedicated NORAD Santa Tracker […]