People attending Trump’s campaign rally need to sign a disclaimer: Infecting the new crown can’t hold officials accountable

U.S. President Donald Trump is preparing to restart his live campaign rally next week (June 19) in Tulsa, Oklahoma,media bGR reported. But as the new crown pandemic continues to spread in the United States, participants must agree to a disclaimer when signing up for the event: Campaign officials will not be held accountable if they are infected with the new crown virus at a rally.

People attending Trump's campaign rally need to sign a disclaimer: Infecting the new crown can't hold officials accountable

The disclaimer reads: “By clicking on the registration below, you acknowledge that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where someone appears.” By attending the rally, you and any guest voluntarily assume all risks associated with contact with COVID-19 and agree not to pursue President Trump (Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.) ;BOK Center; ASM Global, or any of its affiliates, directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors or volunteers are responsible for any illness or injury. “

People attending Trump's campaign rally need to sign a disclaimer: Infecting the new crown can't hold officials accountable

Media say that after months of blockades, the Trump administration has turned its attention to restarting the economy and has relaxed its response to the coronavirus. Yet even as experts warn that the COVID-19 virus could still cause terrible casualties in the United States (one Harvard expert predicts that another 100,000 people will die in the U.S. by September), the Trump campaign is pushing ahead with its plans to reintroduce live rallies — probably bringing thousands of people together in a relatively close area.

Tim Murphy, the campaign’s communications director, told Fox News this week that the rally would be “relatively safe” and that “whether you go to the rally as usual and go to the supermarket, the CDC’s guidelines are still there.” People with underlying diseases are advised to be very careful.”

By the time of writing, there were more than 2.04 million new confirmed cases and more than 114,000 deaths in the United States, according to the latest statistics from Johns Hopkins University.

People attending Trump's campaign rally need to sign a disclaimer: Infecting the new crown can't hold officials accountable