Oklahoma health department urges virus testing after events
June 21, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A day after President Donald Trump held a campaign rally at an indoor arena in the city of Tulsa, the Oklahoma State Department of Health urged anyone who has recently attended a large-scale event to be tested for the coronavirus.
The department did not specify any event in its news release sent late Sunday.
Nearly 6,200 people attended Trump's rally at Tulsa's BOK Center on Saturday night. The campaign did not require attendees to wear face masks to guard against the spread of the coronavirus. And just hours before the rally began, the campaign announced that six sta...