NO. WAIT. ONLY IF THEY'RE REALLY LITTLE SUPER BOWL PARTIES, RIGHT?
Even though top health officials in the U.S. have warned against big Super Bowl parties because of coronavirus, some people intend to ignore that advice. In a new Seton Hall Sports Poll, 25% of Americans say they'll still get-together with groups to watch Super Bowl LV between the Chiefs and Bucs.
The Good News: 64% of adults said they would NOT attend a party, and 11% were uncertain.
The game itself at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa is also being affected by COVID-19; only about 22,000 fans will be allowed scattered throughout the stadium (normally seats 65,000). More on the story here.