To participate in the Trump campaign rally, first sign a “disclaimer”. CNN reported on June 12 that people who will attend US President Trump’s upcoming rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma next month must agree that they will not prosecute if they are infected with the new crown virus The campaign team and related parties.
The protests caused by the “death of black people” continue, and the new crown epidemic is still spreading in the United States. The Trump campaign team officially announced on the 10th of this month that it plans to hold the first rally for Trump’s election for the next president-July 19 in Russia. The indoor venue BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. CNN said this was the first rally since the embargo was imposed in most parts of the United States for epidemic prevention.
The rally under the epidemic is inevitably worrying, however, the Trump campaign team thought of a trick… CNN said that not only do people who participate in the rally have to reply to the organizer to obtain eligibility for participation, they also have to register and must agree to such a copy “Disclaimer”: Acknowledge that “any public place where someone is present has an inherent risk of exposure to the new coronavirus.”
“By participating in the rally, you and any guests voluntarily assume all risks related to the new coronavirus and agree that there is no need for the Donald Trump campaign team, the Bock Center, ASM Global (event planning company), or any of its affiliates or directors , Staff, employees, agents, contractors or volunteers are responsible for any illness or injury.” This “disclaimer” reads.
The report said that although some new cases of new crowns have declined or stabilized in some states, in some parts of the United States, new cases are still rising. According to data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, more than 2 million people in the United States have been infected with the new coronavirus, of which more than 112,000 have died. The epidemic situation is not optimistic, and many experts are also worried. According to the report, Catherine Sharkey, a professor at New York University School of Law, said that with the reopening of the United States, the new crown virus is still a threat. Exemptions such as the Trump campaign may become the daily life of Americans. Only limited protection is provided.
The campaign team believes that although public health officials have warned that it is necessary to continue to maintain social distance, cover their faces and restrict public activities, the recent participation in the protests has opened the door for such gatherings. Regarding anti-epidemic measures, Tim Murtaugh, communications director of the Trump campaign team, said on the 11th: “There will be security precautions.” But CNN said that at present, it is not clear that Trump’s rally will take What specific security measures. The report also stated that Kevin Stitt, the governor of Oklahoma, reopened the state’s guidance and still advised the people of the state to minimize the time in the “crowded environment”, but did not limit.