From reporting I've seen, there has not been the anticipated spread from protestors. This is a good thing, especially for those with elementary kids as at least in our school district they're rethinking "no recess policy" for opening up the schools next semester.BionicBunny wrote: ↑Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:53 pm“ Trump rally may cause spread in coronavirus “MonarchMom wrote: ↑Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:42 pmI think that is a stretch to say headlines are "blaming Trump Rallies for a rise." I read that as cases are on the rise, yet they still choose to hold an indoor rally.BionicBunny wrote: ↑Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:37 pm
If you compare titles to news articles about Trump Rallies and Protests you will see titles like “Protests have not caused rise in coronavirus “ to “coronavirus cases rises as Trump rallies continue”.
So what I’m saying is they treat the Trump Rallies differently when it comes to Covid than they do with the protests.
“ How risky is it to attend a Trump rally during a pandemic”.
“ no coronavirus spread from BLM protests”.
“So far so good, no coronavirus spread from protests”.
Trump rally "may" cause spread because it was indoors. I believe a reporter who attended the rally was just diagnosed yesterday? Indoor events are "risky" as we are seeing spread from those who visit bars and restaurants more so than those who attend outdoor events. Again, I don't see this as necessarily a bad thing. As we learn about this virus, we learn about what activities are safer than others.