BREAKING: CDC Just Issued A New Set Of Ridiculous Rules For Super Bowl Sunday — Limiting Alcohol And Not Cheering

The CDC has shared tips to curb the spread of The Coronavirus during the Super Bowl this year stating that you should not cheer, according to The Daily Wire.

“Avoid chanting or cheering. Stomp, clap, or bring hand-held noisemakers instead,” the CDC says.

The health agency also suggested holding outdoor watch parties, but says in cold weather, masks should be worn underneath scarves or ski masks, and people should carry a spare mask in case the first one gets wet from snow or rain. Even outdoors, fans should avoid close contact with anyone who is not part of their own household and should wear a mask at all times, except when eating or drinking.

The CDC shared tips for those who plan to attend the Super Bowl that includes limiting alcohol consumption (“Consuming alcohol may make you less likely to follow COVID-19 safety measures.”). The guidelines also recommend planning your bathroom and snack trips strategically by avoiding “using restroom facilities or concession areas at high traffic times, such as half-time or immediately at the end of the event.”

Some other Tips:

Call the venue to ensure that they have steps in place to prevent the spread of the virus.

Follow signage at the venue to allow for social distancing.

Arrive to the venue early to avoid crowding and congested areas.

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Avoid using restroom facilities or concession areas at high traffic times, such as half-time or immediately at the end of the event.

Avoid chanting or cheering. Stomp, clap, or bring hand-held noisemakers instead.

Wear masks at all times.

Use touchless payment methods at the venue when available.

Limit alcohol consumption. Consuming alcohol may make you less likely to follow COVID-19 safety measures.

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Minimize the time you spend in the restaurant, bar or concession area. The longer you stay, the more you increase your risk.

The agency offered several other tips, including bringing your own food:

Eat outdoors, if possible. You are less likely to get or spread COVID-19 during outdoor activities.

Minimize the time you spend in the restaurant, bar or concession area. The longer you stay, the more you increase your risk.

Bring your own food, drinks, plates, cups, utensils, and condiment packets, if possible.

Use single-use options, like salad dressing and condiment packets, and disposable items like food containers, plates, and utensils.

Avoid self-serve and buffet style food options.

Use a touchless garbage can, if available.

Last month, the CDC reported that nearly six in 10 new COVID-19 infections are spread by people who show no symptoms of the virus. The CDC study found that asymptomatic people made up about 24% of all transmissions. Meanwhile, pre-symptomatic individuals, those who have contracted the virus but do not yet have symptoms, accounted for 35% of new cases.