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Now, I always like to host people at my house whenever I can. Due to all of the stuff this year with Covid, it has become a lot harder to be able to do something like that. Too many people with too many medical conditions for it to make sense.

That being said, this is something that should be left up to the individual since everyone’s circumstances are different. Someone might simply have more room to do things right.

Super Bowl parties are a tradition about as old as the Big Game itself. The government has to understand that while its heart might be in the right place, that you simply cannot say some things and expect people to listen to them without laughing.

When the Kansas City Chiefs face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on Sunday, it’ll be the first Super Bowl in the pandemic era. So, as well as getting ready for some football, you can also get ready for some Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation on Super Bowl parties that likely isn’t going to get followed.

Not that you should go ahead with your usual shindig this year, mind you, unless everyone has been thoroughly vaccinated. (Given the rules, that’d likely be one old party.)

However, there’s a difference between everyone double-dipping into a huge vat of seven-layer dip and what the Biden administration’s CDC thinks you should be doing.

Obviously, the best way to enjoy Super Bowl LV is with no one outside your household, the CDC says in a new set of recommendations released just before the big game.

“Gathering virtually or with the people you live with is the safest way to celebrate the Super Bowl this year,” the recommendations read.

“If you do have a small gathering with people who don’t live with you, outdoors is safer than indoors. This year, choose a safer way to enjoy the game.”

This’ll be fun, everyone! The CDC says you can decorate your house with team merchandise or wear a logo hoodie. You can “[m]ake appetizers or snacks with the people you live with to enjoy while watching the game and share the recipes with your friends and family.” How about a group chat with other fans? See, fun!

If you were intent on having a party this year, the CDC seems to acknowledge this would go over about as well as your favorite team signing Johnny Manziel to a multiyear contract and naming him the starting quarterback. Thus, it set some ground rules for revelers.

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  1. Lisa

    I will not be watching any more super bowls, ever…they are too politicized for my taste, why anybody would watch super bowl is beyond me, they support china’s genocide and crimes against humanity…

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