Kids worried the Easter Bunny might not make an appearance this year? No need to fret!

The Premier of British Columbia John Horgan announced this morning that he is granting the Easter Bunny special exception to travel freely throughout the province, in a very official notice posted on Facebook.

Easter will look a little different across B.C. for many children, with no family events, in-person hunts, and even virtual meet-ups with the bunny himself happening due to the current physical distancing guidelines in place due to COVID-19.

Clearly Premier Horgan is aware of this uncertainty, and issued the special ‘eggs-emption’ to perhaps quell kids’ fears that the Easter Bunny may not be visiting this year.

The official document states that the bunny is being authorized to travel freely across the province for the essential service of spreading ‘eggs-cellent cheer’, and goes on to to thank him for his positive spirit and happiness.

Take a look at the signed, sealed and delivered letter below – and tell your kids to prep those baskets!

As the Premier of BC, Iā€™m authorizing a special essential service eggs-emption. šŸ°

Posted by John Horgan on Wednesday, April 8, 2020