The presidential campaign of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, is not responsible for the fact that those attending the rally that he will pronounce on June 19 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are infected with coronavirus and asks them not to sue if this is the case.
Attendees of the event, the first to be held by Trump after the pandemic hiatus, must confirm their attendance at the rally and, upon registration, must accept a disclaimer stating that they acknowledge that “there is an inherent risk exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. “
“By attending the rally, you and anyone voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold Donald J. Trump for President Inc., the BOK Center – where the event will take place -, to ASM Global or any of its affiliates, directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors or volunteers of any illness or injury, “can be read in the warning, according to information from the CNN television channel.
The Trump campaign announced this Wednesday that it will resume the rallies for the United States elections, scheduled for November 3, next July 19. Trump does not hold rallies, which have been widely popular since 2016, since early March, forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The announcement comes as many areas of the United States are registering outbreaks and rebounds of those infected as restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus are lifted.
Health authorities have been against allowing large crowds for fear of a spike in infections, especially in closed places. Likewise, doctors and specialists fear a second wave of infections in the country, especially with the arrival of autumn and winter and as the population returns to work.
Added to this are the agglomerations registered in various parts of the country on the occasion of the protests called during the last two weeks to protest against racism and police brutality after the death of the African American George Floyd at the hands of the Police.