Overnight, the presentation on NBC and Peacock of Super Bowl LVI managed to do what the Fox News team has been trying to do for months -- convince the masses to toss their masks. I have no idea how many people were collectively packed into SoFi Stadium on Sunday, but I could count on one hand (okay, maybe two) the number of spectators and participants I saw wearing "protection." The crowd was literally crammed in, shoulder-to-shoulder and cheek-to-cheek, screaming and yelling or otherwise communicating for close to four hours -- each of them no doubt forming a cloud of microscopic droplets around them, which is among the very best ways of transmitting COVID-19 (and many other viruses, for that matter). Even the celebrities and other VIPS in attendance were ensuring that they did their part to put forth this message.
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