Fauci warns against Super Bowl parties, urges Americans to 'lay low'

Dr. Anthony Fauci
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Dr. Anthony Fauci is urging Americans not to hold Super Bowl parties with those outside their household, expressing concern about a potential COVID-19 spike.

Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert and chief medical adviser to President Biden, spoke with Good Morning America on Wednesday and stressed that Americans should "absolutely not" hold traditional Super Bowl parties this year but instead watch the game with members of their household.

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