Trump speaks to the masses again in Nevada: election campaign despite Corona

EContrary to the regulations of the state of Nevada and its own government in the fight against the coronavirus, America’s President Donald Trump held a campaign event in a hall. The construction machinery manufacturer could also lose its business license as the host of the event. To the crowded crowd in Henderson, south of Las Vegas, Trump spoke for a good hour and said the United States was on the verge of defeating the virus. It was the first such event since June that was not held outdoors.

Relatively few viewers in the production facility of a construction machinery manufacturer wore masks, with one clear exception: those who stood directly behind Trump and would be seen on television wore mouth and nose protection. The temperature of every visitor was measured; the wearing of masks was not compulsory. Trump did not mention on Sunday that almost 200,000 American citizens died as a result of the pandemic and about 1,000 are still killed a day. Instead, he spoke out against another closure of shops and again used the racist term “China virus” to denote Sars-CoV-2

Most recently, Trump held an election rally in front of thousands of supporters in a closed hall against the advice of health experts. Local health officials in Tulsa, Oklahoma, attributed the subsequent rise in coronavirus infections in the district to this campaign appearance. Subsequently, Trump’s campaign team had organized rather smaller outdoor events.

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Nevada Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak has limited indoor and outdoor gatherings to 50. The regulation, which has been in force since May, is based on White House guidelines. Shortly before the event, Sisolak spoke of “ruthless and selfish behavior that endangers many lives here in Nevada”.

“To put it bluntly, he didn’t have the guts to make strong decisions,” said Sisolak of Trump’s handling of the pandemic. “He left that to the governors and the states. Now he’s decided he doesn’t have to obey the laws of our state. As usual, he believes that rules don’t apply to him. “

In the United States with around 330 million inhabitants, around 6.5 million people have so far been infected with the Sars-CoV-2 pathogen. Although the nationwide number of corona cases recently fell again after a sharp rise in July, experts continue to advise wearing a mouth and nose covering and keeping a physical distance, even with a view to the upcoming flu season.

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Trump speaks to the masses again in Nevada: election campaign despite Corona

EContrary to the regulations of the state of Nevada and its own government in the fight against the coronavirus, America’s President Donald Trump held a campaign event in a hall. The construction machinery manufacturer could also lose its business license as the host of the event. To the crowded crowd in Henderson, south of Las Vegas, Trump spoke for a good hour and said the United States was on the verge of defeating the virus. It was the first such event since June that was not held outdoors.

Relatively few viewers in the production facility of a construction machinery manufacturer wore masks, with one clear exception: those who stood directly behind Trump and would be seen on television wore mouth and nose protection. The temperature of every visitor was measured; the wearing of masks was not compulsory. Trump did not mention on Sunday that almost 200,000 American citizens died as a result of the pandemic and about 1,000 are still killed a day. Instead, he spoke out against another closure of shops and again used the racist term “China virus” to denote Sars-CoV-2

Most recently, Trump held an election rally in front of thousands of supporters in a closed hall against the advice of health experts. Local health officials in Tulsa, Oklahoma, attributed the subsequent rise in coronavirus infections in the district to this campaign appearance. Subsequently, Trump’s campaign team had organized rather smaller outdoor events.

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Nevada Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak has limited indoor and outdoor gatherings to 50. The regulation, which has been in force since May, is based on White House guidelines. Shortly before the event, Sisolak spoke of “ruthless and selfish behavior that endangers many lives here in Nevada”.

“To put it bluntly, he didn’t have the guts to make strong decisions,” said Sisolak of Trump’s handling of the pandemic. “He left that to the governors and the states. Now he’s decided he doesn’t have to obey the laws of our state. As usual, he believes that rules don’t apply to him. “

In the United States with around 330 million inhabitants, around 6.5 million people have so far been infected with the Sars-CoV-2 pathogen. Although the nationwide number of corona cases recently fell again after a sharp rise in July, experts continue to advise wearing a mouth and nose covering and keeping a physical distance, even with a view to the upcoming flu season.

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Coronavirus: first case of reinfection in the United States – Ultima Ora

(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 29 – A 25-year-old from the State of Nevada who had contracted the coronavirus and then was cured got sick again: this is the first case of reinfection ever documented in the United States.

Genetic tests conducted by the University of Nevada Reno School of Medicine and the Nevada State Public Health Laboratory indicate that the young man has contracted two different strains of the coronavirus, according to CNN.

The patient tested positive for the first time in April after experiencing a sore throat, cough, headache, nausea and diarrhea. He then improved towards the end of the month and later tested negative on two swabs.

The young man had no symptoms for about a month, but on May 31 he began to feel unwell again – with the same symptoms as the previous month – and five days later he was hospitalized with respiratory failure and was back again. positive result.

The Nevada researchers analyzed the genetic material taken from both coronavirus samples and the result indicates that they are two distinct viral infections.

As is known, the world’s first case of coronavirus reinfection certified by genetic testing emerged just a few days ago and involved a 33-year-old from Hong Kong who was struck four months later by two distinct strains of the SarsCov2 virus. (HANDLE).

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