Experts Warn to Not Have Super Bowl Parties Amid COVID-19, But Also Share Tips for Having Safe Get-Togethers
It's best not to have gatherings outside of your immediate family, but if you go to a party, there are ways to reduce your risk of contracting the virus.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, a poll found that 25% of Americans still plan on attending a Super Bowl party with people outside their immediate family. Experts urge against doing this as COVID-19 continues to ravage the country and new strains emerge.
But if you do have a party, make sure it’s outside, and that you keep your mask on at all times, except while eating and drinking.
Don’t share drinks or snacks; bring your own instead.
Celebrity chef Jeff Philbin also made two special Super Bowl burger recipes based on the local cuisine of each team. To learn how to make a Cuban Sandwich Burger, or a Kansas City BBQ Steak Burger, watch the video above.
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