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Corona cases increased after Donald Trump's election rallies: Research

A study by researchers at Stanford University made this estimate. This study stated that supporters at President Trump's rallies were in most risk.

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Published on 1 Nov 2020 8:55 AM GMT

Corona cases increased after Donald Trumps election rallies: Research
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The presidential election is scheduled on November 3 in the US. In such a situation, the election rallies are constantly being addressed by the leaders. At the same time, a study on 18 election rallies conducted by President Donald Trump claimed that due to these, more than 30,000 new cases of corona virus were reported in the country and more than 700 people have died.

Corona spread increased in Trump's rally:

A study by researchers at Stanford University made this estimate. This study stated that supporters at President Trump's rallies were in most risk. In a study titled 'Impact of large group meetings on the spread of covid-19: the case of trump rallies', researchers have researched 18 election rallies of trumps that took place between 20 June and 22 September.

In this study, it has been found that during this time, 30,000 people involved in the rally were found infected with the corona virus. More than 700 people in this crowd have died due to the virus.

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Number of Covid cases increased:

Researchers have stated that our analysis supports warnings given by public health officials regarding the risk of an outbreak of Covid-19 at large ceremonies. Especially when the use and physical distance of the mask were not followed. Those who attended Trump's rally have to pay a heavy price.

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Joe Biden questions Donald Trump:

Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden posted the study on Twitter and said, 'The president doesn't care about you. He does not even worry about his own supporters. In the US, 87 lakh people have been infected by the virus. At the same time, more than 2,25,000 patients died due to covid-19.

Big programs have more danger: No crowd allowed

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has advised that in large events, especially in places where participants do not wear masks or follow social distance. The risk of infection is highest there.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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