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Paul Monies, a reporter with the nonprofit news outlet Oklahoma Watch, divulged Friday that he tested positive for COVID-1 9. Monies, who said he currently has no symptoms, got experimented as a precaution after covering US President Donald Trump’s June 20 rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Another reporter who worked with Monies said they both wore masks “but it was very difficult to avoid huge crowds.” Many Trump staffers who prepped for the rally likewise be positive for COVID-1 9. Dozens of Secret Service agents are also in quarantine. Public health authorities had urged the Trump campaign to postpone the rally, quoting the increased danger of transmitting the coronavirus at indoor occurrences. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more tales.
A journalist who extended US President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has be positive for COVID-1 9 nearly a week later.
Paul Monies, a reporter with the nonprofit news store Oklahoma Watch, exposed on Friday that he tested positive despite not yet showing any symptoms. He took the test as a precaution after attending the rally.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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