Don’t let Super Bowl Sunday turn into Superspreader Sunday. Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations are getting better across much of the United States. But that progress could quickly reverse if fans celebrate with people who don’t live with them, according to health experts. “When people get together in private residences in close proximity, that is one of the single most effective ways to spread this disease,” Kentucky Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack said.
COVID-19 Numbers Are Improving, But Infections Could Grow Exponentially With Super Bowl Gatherings, Health Experts Say
February 7, 2021