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US Faces Increase in Coronavirus Cases Ahead of Trump’s Rally

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As president Donald Trump is set to hold rally, US faces increase in Coronavirus cases ahead of Trump’s rally which will hold in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday the 20th of June 2020.

Oklahoma is set to be the new epicenter of the virus as Trump’s Rally breaks all CDC guidelines one of which is mass gathering.

Health experts have expressed concern against Trump’s rally including the director of Tulsa’s health department Bruce Dart who said, he wishes “We could postpone this to a time when the virus is not as large a concern as it is today.”

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US Faces Increase in Coronavirus Cases Ahead of Trump’s Rally

Tulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma which holds 19,000 attendees will be based on a first come, first served as many people have been queing to secure their spots.

A lawsuit was recently filed to cancel the rally, but the Supreme court ruled in Favour of Donald Trump as the rally is set to hold on Saturday.

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Although Trump’s campaign has promised to distribute hand sanitizers, check temperatures and also distribute masks but that will not be enough to contain the dreaded pandemic.

Donald Trump’s campaign will not be held responsible for increase in Coronavirus cases because as people are registering online, they will be asked to click on a waiver confirming that they “voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to Covid-19” and will not hold the president’s campaign responsible for “any illness or injury”.

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Donald Trump is also not forcing people to wear masks because it is a personal choice according to him.

Kayleigh McEnany who is the white house press secretary, said attendees will be given facemasks but they will not be compelled to wear it as she is also not going to wear it.

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Initially, Trump’s rally was supposed to hold on Friday, but it was postponed to Saturday after he learnt that Friday was juneteenth which is the end of slavery in US.

Speaking of juneteenth, Donald Trump said he had never heard of Juneteenth until one of his black secret service officers told him about it “I did something good: I made Juneteenth very famous,” Trump claimed, though observances happen annually across the country on June 19. “It’s actually an important event, an important time. But nobody had ever heard of it.”

Trump Threatens Protesters Ahead of His Rally As US Faces Increase in Coronavirus Cases Ahead of Trump’s Rally.

Donald Trump threatens Protesters on his twitter page saying, “Any protesters, anarchists, agitators, looters or lowlifes who are going to Oklahoma please understand, you will not be treated like you have been in New York, Seattle, or Minneapolis. It will be a much different scene!.”

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