NFL invites health care workers to attend Super Bowl game

The National Football League is sending 7,500 vaccinated health care workers to Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay.
0:51 | 01/27/21

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Now there's some big Super Bowl dues for some very deserving people the NFL is sending. 7500. Vaccinated health care workers to the big game here's the moment when one of the found out she was heading. To the showdown in Tampa. Oh. That is Nicole hitting from Florida she's been a nurse for fifteen years says she's been in the trenches since day one with her unit from the beginning of the pandemic here's what. How she had to say about the big moment. They history yet he heard me playing in their own admirable is his door. And he endemic at this story in her caring ordinance. It made history on your mom so I would like couples are. No I don't really have demonstrated the NFL. Is doing that.

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