U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign says six workers members serving to arrange for his Saturday evening rally in Tulsa, Okla., have tested positive for Corona Virus.
The campaign’s communications director, Tim Murtaugh, stated in an announcement that “quarantine procedures” have been instantly initiated and no workers member who tested positive would attend the occasion. He stated nobody who had quick contact with these staffers would attend, both.
Murtaugh stated campaign workers members are tested for COVID-19 as a part of the campaign’s security protocols.
Campaign officers say everybody who’s attending the rally can be given temperature checks earlier than they move by means of safety. They may even be given masks to put on, if they need, and hand sanitizer at the 19,000-seat BOK Center.
The rally is anticipated to be the most important indoor occasion the nation has seen since restrictions to forestall the Corona Virus from spreading started in March.
Tulsa has seen circumstances of COVID-19 spike previously week, and the native well being division director requested that the rally be postponed. But Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt stated it could be secure.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Friday denied a request that everybody attending the indoor rally put on a masks, and few within the crowd outdoors Saturday have been sporting them.