If (when) the Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl there will be no parade...

I'm a lifelong die hard Chicago Cubs fan, I have rooted for the Cubs to win the World Series ever since I could remember, and I got to live out that dream of watching my team do the unthinkable and win a it all after 100 plus years of losing. What I remember most about that glorious moment, living in Chicago a 10 minute walk from Wrigley Field at that point in my life, was taking to Clark Street and celebrating with thousands upon thousands of people in the streets. Well unfortunately for Chiefs fans if your team wins the Super Bowl on February 7th there will be no celebration and no parade...

According to www.kmbc.com Kansas City officials are already getting the warning out to fans that there will be no celebrating or parade due to COVID-19 restrictions. According to the article city officials made this decision based on the health and safety of all of the fans, the team and the citizens of Kansas City as a whole. And go on to talk about how they are sad they wont be able to do a city wide celebration or parade in the event of a Chiefs Super Bowl victory. A spokesmen for the Chiefs went on to confirm that they hope the season ends with a victory and will try to work with experts to celebrate safely all together when the time comes. To read the article for yourself and the official statements from the city and team click here! 

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