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NFL Invites 7,500 Health Care Workers To The Super Bowl

Added 01-22-21 10:07:01am EST - “Most of the invitees work in the central Florida area, though all of the NFL's 32 clubs will pick health care workers from their communities to receive free tickets to the sport's biggest game.” - Npr.org

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Npr.org: “NFL Invites 7,500 Health Care Workers To The Super Bowl”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The NFL is inviting about 7,500 healthcare workers to Super Bowl LV in Tampa, Fla.'s Raymond James Stadium, shown here in 2009. Charlie Riedel/Associated Press hide caption

The NFL is inviting about 7,500 healthcare workers to Super Bowl LV in Tampa, Fla.'s Raymond James Stadium, shown here in 2009.

When Super Bowl LV kicks off next month in Tampa Bay, Fla., some special guests will be in attendance – thousands of health care workers from around the country.

The NFL said it is inviting some 7,500 vaccinated health care workers to the game on Feb. 7., "to thank and honor them for their continued extraordinary service during the pandemic." The NFL said in a press release that most of the tickets will go to health care workers in the central Florida area who have received both doses of the vaccine. but all of the NFL's 32 clubs will pick workers from their communities to receive free tickets to the sport's biggest game.

They'll join an additional 14,500 fans at Raymond James Stadium, which will fill the venue to about a third of its capacity, to facilitate social distancing.

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