OK say it with me. Awwwwwkward. If you watch the Super Bowl with other people, the CDC is recommending that you use a noisemaker instead of yelling or screaming to cut down on the risk of spreading your droplets. Let’s practice “whispering” together. “Yayyyyy. Hit him hit him. Block Gronk, Block. Touchdown” Shhhhhhh. That was too loud.
The CDC thinks it’s a bad idea to cheer during the Super Bowl. If you watch with other people, the CDC is recommending that you use a noisemaker instead of yelling or screaming to cut down on the risk of spreading your droplets.
If you’re stuck going to a crowded indoor spot, just don’t. One listener called and said they were holding an outdoor party with projector and masks. Great idea. But, still. No cheering. OK, a little muffled mask cheering maybe. But safely distanced. 6 feet people. 6 feet!
If you are going to a bigger venue or even to the (where did you get all that money?) Ray Jay (Raymond James), where the game is taking place, the CDC recommends arriving early to avoid crowds, use touchless payment methods and go wild with noisemakers instead of cheering.
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