Congregating with people outside your COVID bubble and cheering, drinking, snacking, chanting, and hugging are all risky right now, especially when done indoors.

Yet, more than 185 million U.S. adults are expected to tune into the game, and 28% of them plan to attend or host a watch party or hit up a sports bar, a survey from the National Retail Federation found. 

Doctors across the country are worried the big game will cause a spike in COVID-19 cases, similarly to what was seen after Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Memorial Day. But there are some ways to stay COVID safe and still have plenty of fun.

Refinery29 talked to Dr. Ginny Boos, Saint Luke's Health System Director of Infection Prevention, about ways to protect yourself and your family this weekend for the big game.

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