Watch: Chocolatier's 'Vaccine Bunnies' Offer Hope For Easter In Hungary

  • 18 Mar 2021 9:02 AM
Watch: Chocolatier's 'Vaccine Bunnies' Offer Hope For Easter In Hungary
Hungarian confectioner Laszlo Rimoczi is sending a message of hope for Easter by creating chocolate bunnies holding vaccine syringes, reports Reuters.

“There is no filling in the vaccines at all, it is just a 100% good quality Italian milk or dark chocolate,” Rimoczi said as he moulded the chocolate vaccines in his small workshop in Lajosmizse, 70 km south of Budapest.

Unlike his Christmas chocolate Santas, Rimoczi’s bunnies don't wear face masks - we hope you also like the Reuters video below.


Photo courtesy: rimoczi-art

 

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