Daughter Of Immigrants Among Health Workers Heading To Super Bowl

TAMPA, FL — When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs square off in Super Bowl LV, among those in the stands of Raymond James Stadium will be thousands of front-line health care workers who have been working in risking throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Of the 25,000 fans allowed to attend the game in person, about 7,500 of those in attendance will be vaccinated health care workers. Among them is a 26-year-old registered nurse and lifelong Hillsborough County resident who never imagined when she decided to attend nursing school that, just a few years later, she’d be caring for patients during a global pandemic.

A nurse at AdventHealth Tampa hospital Paulina Rivera of Plant City is the daughter of Mexican immigrants Martha and Marcial Rivera, and the first in her family to attend college.

Rivera began working at AdventHealth Tampa about three years ago and, throughout the coronavirus pandemic,

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Google Released the Most-Searched Super Bowl Foods Per State

While you may be preparing for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner, it’s important to keep in mind the main food event of February which happens before February 14: the Super Bowl. The sporting event is huge even if you’re not a football fan because of the highly anticipated commercials and the food spread every watch party needs. Google released data about the most-searched food items in each state for the big game and it’s pretty clear that everyone is into dips.

There are several ways you can host a Super Bowl party safely at home while still participating in your usual traditions. Of course, the easiest thing to do is to go ahead and prepare the same appetizers and small bites you typically munch on during the game. Let’s be honest—the food is the best part anyway>>>P. Google released information regarding search terms around this time of

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Super Nintendo World Videos Show Off the Park, Mario Kart and Yoshi Rides, Merchandise, Food, and More

A new series of Super Nintendo World videos from Universal Parks News Today have given us our best look yet at the rides, merchandise, food, and so much more from the much-anticipated park coming to Universal Studios Japan.Universal Park News Today shared 20 videos on its YouTube page, each with a focus on a different part of Super Nintendo World. While it may contain certain spoilers if you want to experience the magic of this park for yourself, we’ve gathered together all the best details from each one.

Hopefully this will help make the wait for the park to officially open a bit easier, as it was recently delayed from February 4, 2021, to a date that will be announced once Osaka Prefecture’s state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic is over.

Mario Kart: Koopa’s Challenge

As guests enter Mario Kart: Koopa’s Challenge, they walk into a rendition

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Check out these new videos from Super Nintendo World in Japan

Check out these new videos from Super Nintendo World in Japan

Today, the fan site Universal Parks News Today dropped a slew of videos from inside Japan’s Super Nintendo World that show what the whole experience of going to the park is like. It’s a cool look at what’s sure to be a very popular post-COVID destination for Nintendo fans. From what I can tell, the park seems stuffed with people and attractions. It looks surprisingly normal, though everyone is wearing a mask. They went on every ride! They tried all the food! It’s guaranteed to make you want to go yourself.

a group of people sitting at a table

What’s a little stranger is the videos show the park stuffed with people, but it’s not supposed to be open yet. The original plan was to open the Osaka park on February

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