According to the Ticketmaster company, the one chosen by the National Football League (NFL) to sell the tickets, until noon on Saturday there were about 140 tickets available, with prices that ranged from $ 5,200 (more than 18 million Colombian pesos) in the cheapest seats until almost 23,000 dollars (almost 82 million pesos) for the best positions at the stadium, located in Tampa, Florida.
Anyway, they are selling slowly, despite the fears of coronavirus infections and weather forecasts, which give some rain.
It should be remembered that there are also alarms for possible excesses or terrorist acts, against which a mega-operation was announced to avoid any eventuality of this type.
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Super Bowl LV has the US on alert for possible COVID-19 infections
The authorities have allowed Raymond James Stadium to have an attendance of just 22,000 fans due to the COVID-19 pandemic, of which 14,500 will be tickets sold to the public, while 7,500 are those received by health personnel who have worked in the fight against the pandemic and who were invited by the NFL.
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However, high health authorities say they are concerned about the party, since it could become a “super spreader” of the virus. (An alarming antecedent, for example, was the reckless party that DJ Steve Aoki led in Tampa prior to the game.)
They add that perhaps the event does not occur at the best time because the numbers of infections have decreased after a peak after the Christmas holidays, so they believe that the Super Bowl could cause the numbers of new infections to spike once again.
The NFL to provide a free package with mask, hand wipes and disinfectant to each of the party attendees for their mandatory use while they are within the field.