NFL Caps Super Bowl LV Attendance At 22,000, 7,500 Being Health Care Workers
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On Friday, the NFL announced that 22,000 people will get to be in attendance at Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay next month, with 7,500 of those scheduled to be vaccinated health care workers...

The Shield also laid out the safety guidelines fans must follow if they do get a seat at Raymond James Stadium ... saying masks, social distancing and "podded seating" will all be requirements.

NFL officials also say there will be "touchless in-stadium experiences at concessions, restrooms, and security checkpoints" to further help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

As for the health care workers part of it all ... the NFL is doing some REALLY awesome things there -- giving out 7,500 free tickets for those who have put their lives on the line for others in the pandemic.

Commish Roger Goodell surprised a group of nurses and front line hospital workers with invitations on a crashed video call Friday...

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How were they selected? Probably those who can directly protect Roger's self interests. Seems like an arbitrary selection process. Should have been a lottery of every registered healthcare worker in the country.....not Rogers 3rd cousins Uncle
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7,500 biden voters
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What does that even mean?
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Don't care and will not watch just like last year. Mr. Gotohell made my choice easy, even though I was an NFL fan since being a kid in 1967!
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Begging to buy goodwill.....they should have said no thank you
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frick Roger and his NFL
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I cant wait for the Ad #s come out
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CuckFL in full force.
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