Donald Trump has planned a campaign rally despite coronavirus growth

The President of the United States has reported that the affairs of the Southern States have been greatly increased in campaigning in New Hampshire

The President of the United States has reported that the affairs of the Southern States have been greatly increased in campaigning in New Hampshire


Donald Trump is planning a major campaign rally in New Hampshire, and public health officials are warning Americans to avoid large gatherings to slow down the spread of coronavirus.

The US president, who is seeking re-election, will hold a rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire next Saturday, his campaign staff announced Sunday. The rally will be on the road at Portsmouth International Airport. It will be the president's first major campaign since last month's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which was less than expected.

For the president's re-election bid, national press secretary Hogan Gidley said, "We have so many free-loving patriots coming to the rally and celebrating America, the world's greatest country in history."

The campaign was announced just hours after U.S. Sun Belt officials pleaded guilty to speedy renegotiation for an increase in coronavirus cases nationwide.

In recent weeks - particularly in Florida, California, Texas, Arizona, and Georgia - the US has led the world in a growing number of confirmed coronavirus cases, and its outbreak has worsened. Many state officials have had to reverse plans to reopen their economies.

"We opened the way in Arizona very quickly," Kate Gallego, the Democratic mayor of Phoenix, Arizona, told ABC News on Sunday. "We were one of the first people to stay home and grow back."

On Sunday, the day after the July 4 holiday, Arizona reported an additional 3,536 new coronavirus cases, signing the 1776 Declaration of Independence.

Republican Mayor Francis Suarez of Miami, Florida, said Sunday that reopening the public would be "socialized as there is no virus."

More than 10,000 new infections were reported Sunday in Florida, with most of the outbreaks concentrated in the Miami area. An additional 11,458 cases were reported on Saturday, a one-day record.

Meanwhile, 5,410 additional cases were reported Sunday in California and 6,510 new infections on Saturday.

The number of reported cases over the weekend was lagging behind the data on weekdays. Public health experts have expressed concern that thousands of Americans will be infected with the virus during a three-day holiday weekend at crowded indoor parties at public events, religious services, and family gatherings.

Mr. Trump followed two major events: the fireworks ceremony at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota on Friday night and another Saturday evening on the White House lawn. Many face masks were not worn in the assembly despite warnings from public health officials.

When asked about the president's arguments on Sunday, U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn disagreed with Mr. Trump's argument. “It's a very fast-moving epidemic, a fast-moving epidemic, and any death is tragic in any event. And we want to do everything we can to stop it, ”he told ABC News.

Dr. Han urged Americans to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and their local authorities, including wearing a face mask in situations where social disturbances are not possible. “We’re going to get out of it

How do we move forward? How are we going to stop this growing number in the Sun Belt, ”he said.

Republican and Democratic politicians agree that Americans need to wear a face mask and observe social disturbances if the spread of the virus is slowing.

Phil Murphy, the Democratic governor of New Jersey, one of the states most affected by the coronavirus earlier this year, is planning to curb new cases Sunday, rather than state-wise.



Wearing masks as people walk out of their homes is "not even in the spotlight," he told NBC News, adding that doing so is a national requirement.

Mr. Trump, who refused to wear a face mask, recently embarked on a nationwide tour to meet supporters in person.

Many Americans have fallen short in recent weeks after the murder of George Floyd, denying both the coronavirus epidemic and widespread civil unrest.


Most national surveys outnumber President Democratic nominee Joe Biden by a two-margin margin. Mr. Biden, who did not appear in public over the weekend, but released a video message on July 4, will head to all the "battlefield" states in the electoral college system to win the White House.

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