Vice President Mike Pence, Chief of Staff, Marc Short, and Katie Miller, with vice president’s press secretary and President Trump’s advisor Stephen Miller.
President Trump campaign staff, who attended the Tulsa rally on Saturday, are reportedly required to have a test for the coronavirus.
Staff were tested over the weekend before they were allowed to return to work on Monday, according to an email. Obtained by ABC News on Friday.
The email stated that employees in Tulsa “should have a negative COVID-19 test this weekend”.
The campaign sets up a “remote COVID-19 test site” for employees to test by email on Sunday.
Eight staff have already tested positive for the virus and have been working in dozens of quarantines since they returned from Oklahoma.
Despite the ongoing epidemic and the demands of local officials, Trump rally pressured.
The campaign gave masks to the participants for free, but in more than 6,000 crowds, many presidents refused to wear them like themselves.
If the participants caught the virus, they had to sign a promise not to sue.
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