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For a lot of people, Christmas is a time for meeting friends and family, and meeting Santa too, but that's not very likely this year.

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If your kids that are excited about Christmas, the net can help them find Santa, and spend time with their friends, while staying safely at home.

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One of the most famous sites for this is the NORAD Tracker where you can see Santa around the world

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This all started in 1955. A dial-in-Santa ad accidentally ran with US defence agency NORAD's number. NORAD played along when kids called!

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Google also has its own Santa Tracker which also includes games, songs, and much more.

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Google launched the Santa tracker in 2004. Google Assistant can also call Santa, or tell a Christmas story.

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Zoom has also removed its usual 40 minute limit for Christmas, so families can use it to stay close on Christmas. You can also set a virtual background on Zoom for a Christmas theme.

Facebook also announced a number of AR filters and chat features for its Messenger Kids app, to put a festive spin on things.

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