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Tooth Fairy cleared to return to work with added safety measures

Nashville, TN - After an eight-week furlough, the Tooth Fairy has been cleared to return to work on Monday with added safety measures.

The Board approved the return under the condition that the Tooth Fairy wears a mask at all times and follows all CDC guidelines.

In addition, parents are asked to place all severed teeth six-feet away from children to allow for contact-free pick-up. When possible, parents are also encouraged to crack a window to allow for improved air circulation.

The Tooth Fairy will resume operations at the current market value of $3.75 per tooth, down from $4.03 before the outbreak. Any parent uncomfortable with the visit at this time may hold teeth until the December 31 without penalty.

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