The 6 employees who set up the Trump rally were in favor of COVID-19

WASHINGTON  President Donald Trump's campaign to test positives for coronavirus is one of six staff members cooperating with a Saturday night rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The campaign's communications director, Tim Muerto, said in a statement that "quarantine procedures" were launched immediately and that none of the employees who tested the positives would attend the event. He said any person with immediate contact with those employees should not attend.

The crew of the expedition tested the COVID-19 as part of the campaign's safety protocol, Murto said.

Campaign officials say whoever participates in the rally will check the temperature before going through security. They will also be given masks to wear at the 19,000-seat BOK Center, where they can also apply sanitizers if they wish.

The rally was thought to be the largest indoor gathering in the world during the epidemic.

Tulsa last week saw cases of COVID-19 spikes, and the director of the local health department called for the postponement of the rally. But Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt said it would be safe. The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Friday denied the request for everyone to attend the indoor rally to wear a mask, and some of them were wearing outdoors on Saturday.

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