In Florida and Arizona, Pence sees cancellation campaign spike in coronavirus cases

Washington - Vice President Mike Pence canceled a campaign in Florida and Arizona in those states as coronavirus cases.    President Donald Trump's campaign spokesman confirmed the events in USA Today, which included stops as part of Pence's "Faith in America" ​​tour, and cases in Florida and Arizona that were "very cautious".

Washington - Vice President Mike Pence canceled a campaign in Florida and Arizona in those states as coronavirus cases.


President Donald Trump's campaign spokesman confirmed the events in USA Today, which included stops as part of Pence's "Faith in America" ​​tour, and cases in Florida and Arizona that were "very cautious".

Pence will be meeting with governors this week for Texas, Arizona, and Florida, the vice president said.

On Tuesday, Pence is scheduled to comment on the "Believe in America" ​​incident in Tucson and meet with the government about its response to COVID-19.

Governor Ron Desantis about coronaviruses, and the "Faith in America" ​​event in Sarasota and Oakley Inc. in Lake Wales. To comment on both after the tour.

Both states have registered many cases as the country is facing spikes in many states. The United States reported the second day of record cases Saturday.

Florida reported 9,585 cases Saturday, while Arizona reported 3,591 cases.

The Trump campaign was criticized last week for holding a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Local health officials were called in to curb concerns about coronavirus outbreaks and several campaign staff and Secret Service employees from the rally tested positive for coronavirus.

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