Washington (Reuters) – Attendees of US President Donald Trump’s rally campaign in Oklahoma this week should wear masks, a White House advisor said on Sundays, as medical professionals warn against major gatherings such as political demonstrations in the epidemic of cause.
Photo FILE: Aides wearing masks standing behind the White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow as he told reporters about the economic impact of the illness (Covid-19) at the White House in Washington, USA, on 15 May, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
New case causes and hospitalization in the number of scanned records across several U.S. states including Texas, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina, while Oklahoma reports the record of new cases over the weekend.
“It’s a concern,” the White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow said on “CNN’s State of the Union” program. “People must adhere to the safety instructions, OK, right. The society must be observed. Must observe facial coatings in important places. ”
Asked if he believes that those attending the seventh Trump rally in Tulsa should wear masks, Kudlow said, “Yes, OK, maybe so.” Trump, a Republican seeking re-election in November, will continue to rally his massive campaign after a three-month hiatus due to the shutdown of the cause.
Did not appear in the public wearing a mask, which medical experts leading the proposal as a safety measure caused, and have expressed disdain for those who do.
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