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A reporter from the United States who was infected with the new coronavirus took part in the trump campaign rally

via:CnBeta     time:2020/6/27 21:31:02     readed:162

A journalist who attended Trump's campaign rally in Oklahoma said his new coronavirus test was positive. According to Fox News, citing the newspaper Oklahoma Watch, the journalist named Paul Monice (Paul Monies), who received a notification on 26th that the virus was positive, and tweeted ," Friends, I'm also surprised that my new coronavirus test is positive. I haven't had any symptoms so far and feel good. I just called people I've been in contact with in the past 14 days to make sure they' re safe.

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Monis said he wasn't sure if he had contracted the new coronavirus at Trump's Tulsa campaign rally, and has yet to track who he contracted it through. "I spent hours contacting all the people I had contact with indoors, as well as a few friends nearby. I felt it was my duty to tell them my test results."

The number of newly diagnosed cases of pneumonia in Tulsa is still increasing. Local time 24, Tulsa health officials said it is not yet determined whether the increase in the number of new coronavirus infections due to election rallies. "We'll keep an eye on the next six weeks because the incubation period ranges from 2 to 14 days ." Bruce Datt (Bruce Dart), Tulsa's director of health, said the virus could spread in the next few weeks through people exposed to the virus during rallies.

Although local health officials had expressed concern about the mass rally, the trump campaign held the rally as scheduled. According to local fire department statistics, less than 6200 people attended the rally, while the trump campaign initially claimed that 1 million people applied to participate.

At present, eight members of the trump team have tested positive for the new coronavirus before and after the Tulsa campaign rally. All members of the trump campaign team participating in the rally are required to be isolated at home. The campaign for Trump's re-election revealed that they had decided to implement quarantine measures to prevent further transmission of the new coronavirus to their families and others. (compiled by overseas website / Wei Xuewei / Shi Wei)

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