Las Vegas Raiders Sending Four Local Health Care Workers To Super Bowl LV

By Ginny Reese

February 5, 2021

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The Las Vegas Raiders are showing their appreciation for health care workers in a big way.

The team is sending four health care workers to Super Bowl LV, reported 8 News Now.

Lincoln Kennedy and Raymond Chester joined a virtual call with the four local heroes on Tuesday to deliver the news.

The healthcare workers are doctors Charlene Adrian, Orlando Ozir, and Nicholas Calica, and nurse Samantha Balsomo.

The four of them will be at the big game on Sunday, February 7th in Tampa, Florida.

Chester told the healthcare professionals, "We are honored to salute you guys for what you do. You guys work every day when the real bullets are flying, thank you."

Dr. Ozir said, "It's been a devastating past year. But this year, I have a secret. I've become a Raiders fan."

The four Intermountain Healthcare workers and local heroes will be joined by 7,500 other healthcare workers that have all been vaccinated as special guests of each of each of the NFL teams at the Super Bowl this weekend.

Click here to watch the virtual call between the athletes and the heroes.

The Super Bowl will air at 3:30 p.m. on 8 News Now.

Photo: Getty Images

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