Reporter, the President Trump Tulsa Rally indoor says that tested positive for 19-COVID

Reporter, the President Trump Tulsa Rally indoor says that tested positive for 19-COVID

A reporter in Oklahoma, 20 meeting in June covered President Donald Trump in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He says that COVID-19 tested positive. Paul Monies, an investigative reporter for the nonprofit news Oklahoma Watch, revealed his trial on Twitter on Friday. “Friends, I tried # COVID19 positive. I was quite surprised,” he tweeted Monies. “I have zero symptoms (for now) and I feel good.. Actually, I ran five miles this morning,” He said that “the last hours,” the man who calls to come in contact during the last 14 days has passed , adding: “Be there sure as” Monies. He told The Associated Press that the president has traveled the rally in Tulsa for about six hours. He said he was wearing a mask and practicing social distancing unless you did not go to buy a snack. He also said he did not come close to President Trump. the help of the campaign staff of six of the President to organize the rally had also tested positive for coronavirus, the campaign announced prior to the event. The campaign said that none of these people would attend the event. The main public health experts expressed concern last week that the rally could create a new Tulsa COVID-19 hotspots in the US The Hill reports that many people at the rally were not wearing masks seen. Experts say both inside and no mask greatly increases the risk of virus transmission port. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leadership says that all people, regardless of whether they are experiencing symptoms should wear a mask in public places. Crown cases in the United States to rise. Last week saw the average as high as 31,700 new cases a day, exceeds the previous highest point in the country reached in April. As of Saturday morning ET least 2,467,874 confirmed cases of the virus in the United States have been, and at least 125,039 deaths each confirmed Tracker at Johns Hopkins University. The tracker has identified at least 3,103 confirmed cases in Tulsa County.
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