NFL hopes to celebrate health care workers at Super Bowl LV
In development of Super Bowl LV, the NFL is exploring recognizing healthcare employees throughout the video game in Tampa, Florida this year.
On Wednesday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent out a letter to Rob Higgins, head of state of the Tampa Super Bowl Host Committee, keeping in mind the organization’s wish to recognize healthcare employees that have actually gotten on the cutting edge throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I wished to allow you recognize that throughout our League Meeting today we intend to talk about Super Bowl LV, consisting of an amazing concept to recognize and also say thanks to healthcare employees for their phenomenal solution throughout the pandemic,” Goodell created in the letter acquired by NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. “We will certainly additionally utilize this as a possibility to advertise the value of inoculation as well as suitable wellness methods, consisting of putting on masks in public setups.
“We are presently going over with public health and wellness authorities our wish to welcome immunized healthcare employees to the Super Bowl as our visitors. Based on their authorization as well as in examination with your group, we intend to do this in a secure as well as accountable method.
“We understand that over the previous year, these frontline employees have actually placed their very own lives in danger to the advantage of culture and also we owe them our continuous gratefulness. We likewise understand that they will certainly continue to be vital for months ahead to deal with those that are sick as well as provide vaccinations. We wish that in some little method, this campaign will certainly influence our nation as well as identify these real American heroes as we eagerly anticipate a far better and also much healthier year.”
Super Bowl LV will certainly be dipped into Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay on Sunday, Feb. 7.