Tulsa Sees COVID Surge After Trump’s Rally
CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS SURGE IN TULSA 18 DAYS AFTER TRUMP'S INDOOR RALLY THERE
(CNN) – It’s been more than two weeks since president Donald Trump held an indoor rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
So, how’s the city doing with coronavirus cases?
It set a record high for new infections Tuesday.
There have been nearly 500 new cases reported in the past two days and trends suggest that will increase.
It comes after a 20% decline in new cases last week.
The incubation period for coronavirus lasts 3 to 14 days.
That means someone exposed to the virus at the June 20th rally could start showing symptoms as late as July 4th.
Health officials have not traced the surge to Trump’s rally as of now.
They say there were several large events happening around the same time.