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With Super Bowl tickets selling for thousands of dollars, many fans will be tuning into the big game at home or at their local sports bars.

As the coronavirus remains a threat, health authorities are urging those watching the games outside their homes to follow COVID-19 safety precautions since the virus spreads more easily in crowded indoor areas. Fans are urged to mask up when not eating and drinking, and use a KN95 or N95 masks for added protection.

Small and outdoor gatherings are preferred to crowded indoor ones, officials said. Angelenos are also being asked to consider getting a rapid test as close to the start of the gathering as possible.

Patrons should also check venues’ specific COVID-19 requirements ahead of time, since they are likely to include COVID-19 vaccine verification and masking requirements.

Here are some Super Bowl watch parties that are happening in Los Angeles this Sunday:

IO Rooftop Lounge at the Godfrey Hotel in Hollywood is having a ticketed watch party that will feature the game on a 70-foot-tall projection screen, complimentary appetizers and live music starting 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $25.

Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co. in Boyle Heights is having a game-day watch party with free Budlight-NFL buckets with the $20 purchase of five bottles as well as a free Budlight X NFL pint glass with the purchase of a draft beer pitcher. Dos Equis Draft Pitchers will be discounted to $17.

Paragon Bar and Grill in Northridge: The bar will be raffling off a 65-inch flat screen TV and other giveaways on Super Bowl Sunday.

5 Line Tavern in Eagle Rock: The bar, dubbed the “Bengals headquarters” by the Bengals West fan group, is welcoming people on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Rock & Brews in El Segundo is having a watch party with large screen TVs and more than 50 kinds of beer on tap.

33 Taps in Silver Lake will also be screening the game at 3 p.m. as it serves up drinks, burgers, wings and nachos. Fans can get blonde pitchers for $20.

Angel City Market in Inglewood: Fans can watch the Super Bowl LVI at the market’s outdoor viewing area with food and drinks. There will be a pre-game market with small business vendors and live DJs.

Electric Owl in West Hollywood is having a Super Bowl party with TVs all around and food and drink specials.

Harriet’s Rooftop at 1 Hotel in West Hollywood is hosting the Big Game Viewing Party with nine screens and a full menu. General admission tickets are being sold for $50.

Spire73 open-air bar at the InterContinental hotel in downtown L.A. is having a Super Bowl watch party for $100 per person featuring a large screen display, giveaways and music.

The Brews Hall in Hermosa Beach will also be hosting a watch party. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. with brunch, DIY mimosas and a beer and seltzer bucket special.

Mr. Furley’s in Glendale and Sherman Oaks: Doors open at 3 p.m. Sunday and patrons who buy two drinks will get a free one during happy hour.

Cheers Bar and Grill in San Gabriel is having a Super Bowl party this Sunday with 30% off wings, pizza and draft beers starting 3:30 p.m.

Wings on Tap in West Covina is having Super Bowl LVI party starting at 11 a.m. this Sunday.