LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Like many holidays, Super Bowl Sunday is a time people gather together, but officials are warning against it as the pandemic continues.
Lexington-Fayette County Health Department releasing COVID-friendly Super Bowl suggestions, like sharing recipes virtually or starting a group text.
Don’t let the Super Bowl be a superspreader event! Follow these CDC tips to find new ways to watch the game while…
The state’s Cabinet for Health and Family services also reminding Kentuckians to keep any gatherings to eight people or less and wear a mask.
If you plan to have people over to watch the Super Bowl please take precautions. No more than 8 people total from up to two families. Everyone must mask, maintain social distancing and wash their hands frequently. pic.twitter.com/IHa4Idvz50
— chfsky (@CHFSKy) February 4, 2021
“No matter who you’re rooting for on Sunday, let’s make sure we hold on to our progress against this virus as Team Kentucky,” said Gov. Beshear. “We’ve already vaccinated 10% of our population and every day we get closer to the finish line we’ve all been waiting for. Hang in there and do what it takes to protect each other a little bit longer.”