This is not the year to throw a Super Bowl party
Let’s face it: there’s a lot to love about Super Bowl weekend, from the players to the halftime show and the festive celebrations. But this uniquely American event also has the potential to be a COVID-19 super spreader.
As Americans prepare for Super Bowl LV WeekendHouston doctors are concerned that this very famous soccer game may indeed turn out to be a super-spreading coronavirus event for the city. In fact, the drop in COVID-19 hospitalizations could be offset by in-person Super Bowl parties, according to Memorial Hermann President and CEO Dr. David Callender.