Stay Game Day Ready, Avoid COVID-19

As you gear up for the Super Bowl, stay game day ready by reading up on the latest information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) by visiting https://covid19.ca.gov/.

If you’re celebrating this weekend, remember to:

  • Wear a mask
  • Maintain a physical distance of at least six feet
  • Avoid large gatherings and poorly ventilated spaces
  • Wash your hands

In place of gatherings this year, opt to stay at home to watch the game. There are safer ways to enjoy the Super Bowl weekend by hosting a virtual watch party with family and friends to keep everyone safe.

Please see the below assets created by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) in advance of this weekend’s game.

FamilyCouch-Social-Spanish_Insta
For Instagram: Family watching the game on the couch
FamilyCouch-Social-Spanish_FB
For Facebook: Family watching the game on the couch
FamilyCouch-Social-Spanish_Twitter
For Twitter: Family watching the game on the couch
FamilyCouch-Social_Insta
For Instagram: Family watching the game on the couch
FamilyCouch-Social_FB
For Facebook: Family watching the game on the couch
FamilyCouch-Social_Twitter
For Twitter: Family watching the game on the couch
Super-Bowl-Roomates-BubbleSpanish_Insta
For Instagram: Roommates Bubble
Super-Bowl-Roomates-BubbleSpanish_FB
For Facebook: Roommates Bubble
Super-Bowl-Roomates-BubbleSpanish_Twitter
For Twitter: Roommates Bubble
Super-Bowl-Roomates-Bubble_FB
For Facebook: Roommates Bubble
Super-Bowl-Roomates-Bubble_Twitter
For Twitter: Roommates Bubble
Super-Bowl-Roomates-Bubble_Insta
For Instagram: Roommates Bubble

Diana Crofts-Pelayo

Diana Crofts-Pelayo joined the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) in 2020 after helping lead the communications strategy for the 2020 Census in California. Since joining Cal OES, she has assisted in the response and recovery efforts of the historic 2020 wildfires and the COVID-19 pandemic. Previously, she was a Governor's Appointee and a Communications Director for the California State Senate.

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