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A group of Tulsa lawyers file a lawsuit to prevent Trump from holding his rally there on Saturday

June 17, 2020

A group of lawyers from the city of Tulsa filed a lawsuit on Tuesday to prevent the President of the United States, Donald Trump, from holding their first election rally after the Coronavirus stopped on Saturday, unless the organizers follow them Recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

In addition, the relevant group of lawyers has requested a hearing to seek a temporary emergency court order to prevent the complaint from continuing to concentrate, as reported by the CNN television station.

The Tulsa County Oklahoma Health Department found Monday the highest number of coronavirus cases in the region. According to the data, 1,729 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed, including 64 deaths. There are over 8,000 cases and 360 deaths in Oklahoma.

A group of Tulsa lawyers file a lawsuit to prevent Trump from holding his rally there on SaturdayA group of Tulsa lawyers file a lawsuit to prevent Trump from holding his rally there on Saturday

For this reason, lawyers have criticized ASM Global, the company that will manage the Bank of Oklahoma Center where the rally will take place, “in spite of this alarming increase in COVID-19 infections” organizing an event they are attending will. Tens of thousands of people take no precautions to prevent the virus from spreading. “