NFL: healthcare workers at the Super Bowl?

NFL: healthcare workers at the Super Bowl?

The NFL wants to give back to healthcare workers, who have been on the front lines since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a letter to Commissioner Roger Goodell, Super Bowl Tampa Host Committee Chairman Rob Higgins is calling for vaccinated workers to be able to attend the game.

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“We will use this opportunity to promote the importance of immunization and good hygiene practices, including wearing a mask,” Higgins wrote in his letter. We hope this initiative can inspire our country and recognize these American heroes, as we wish for a healthy new year. ”

At this time, the NFL still has not determined a capacity for the Grand Final. In the regular season, teams determine the number of fans per game according to their state’s public health guidelines.

In Tampa, Raymond James Stadium has 66,000 seats. This season, the Buccaneers could accommodate 25% of fans.

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