'Super Sick Monday' the new virus sweeping the nation
After Super Bowl, Sunday comes 'Super Sick Monday.'
That’s when 14 million Americans call out of work.
According to a survey by Mucinex and Kronos, it's not caused by a cold but the need to recover after the big game.
NBC25/FOX66’s Femi Redwood spoke to mid-Michiganders to find if Sunday night’s Super Bowl partying will influence Monday’s workday.
This year Shawana Swanigan is not skipping work.
Katrina Nixon says she won’t be calling in and has a pretty good reason to show up.
Some shoppers are not going to work, but for good reason.
"Actually I have a doctor’s appointment, so I won’t be at work. It’s true, it’s legit,” said Michelle Harbert.
It's a funny question to most shoppers we meet, but restaurant manager Russ Width says he doesn't believe in sick days.
"I don’t have that liberty. You have to go to work and make that money."
For anyone at home thinking of calling out sick-- you are the boss.
You know what’s it like to have people call out sick at last minute.