The group's president, Nicholas Trolli, said when its members go to the doctor's office, they check the box that asks if they are working with a child under 6 months of age.
"They get priority for the vaccination the same way a daycare worker does," Trolli
said the reasoning behind that is that it makes it easier for Santas to apply hand sanitizer.
"We want to protect the children," said Trolli
Despite the swine flu concerns, Trolli
said "Santa will still be Santa this year, and bring a little bit of love and joy to children."