Easter Bunny OK to travel

With so much self-isolation happening, and the need for those who have travelled to be in lockdown for 14 days, it’s been a bit of a concern as to how the Easter Bunny was going to manage Easter egg deliveries this year.

Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay

Rest assured, all is well.

The Easter Bunny has been classified as an essential traveller and is therefore exempt from having to quarantine for 14 days every time a different border is crossed while delivering eggs.

No tough border restrictions for the bunny. *phew*

Are you looking forward to your Easter chocolate?

6 comments on “Easter Bunny OK to travel

  1. Giggling Fattie

    April 9, 2020 at 9:29 pm

    Our Premier had a press conference on Tuesday announcing the same, and issued a written/signed declaration. Although we have be warned that due to the pandemic, the supply of usual treats has gone down so we might have to be content with subtitutions 😂

    • Australia is one of the first places the Easter Bunny visits, so we don’t have the problem of supply 🙂

  2. Good to hear! The Easter Bunny is a hard working critter!

    I wish you all the best for your holiday. Mine is on this week too. I made some macaroons, as I do most years, but they were not very good this year. Too firm. Tomorrow I will bake some amaretti instead, as I have run out of coconut, but have a bag of almond meal. Fingers crossed!

    • I hope you have a lovely holiday, too, Sue. Ours has started well with some much needed rain. I also have spent all of today baking, but now the freezer is full so I won’t have to bake for a few days (with two growing Barbarians, food never lasts in this house).

  3. Like dogs, I suspect Easter Bunnies don’t catch the dread plague.

    • I hope dogs can’t catch it – there have been tigers reported with covid so I’m not confident they are safe (I’m convinced the Easter Bunny is safe though).

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