Herman Cain hospitalized with coronavirus after attending Trump’s Tulsa rally

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A 2012 Republican presidential candidate, has been hospitalized with COVID-19. On Monday, after symptoms getting serious Cain has been treated for the virus he needed care but not ventilator. According to a statement on his Twitter account Herman Cain, 74, tested positive for the COVID-19 on June 29, nine days after the president’s rally. Herman Cain got hospitalized at Atlanta-area hospital.

It is nor cleared yet from where he get the virus but he went for the Trump rally and after coming back from the rally he got the symptoms.

There is no possible way to get to know about how or where Herman Cain gets in touch with the coronavirus.

Many health officials showed concern about the Tulsa rally, specifically at a private venue in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic that has destroyed more than 128,000 humans in the U.S. At least six barnstorm members and two members of the Secret Service working to promote the Tulsa rally tested positive for COVID-19.

On Wednesday Cain’s official Twitter account posting about South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem denied setting mask-wearing or social distancing manage at Friday’s bursts. More than 6,000 people are present at the rally at the BOK center, a field that can bench more than 19,000. The White House did not directly reply to ask for comments about Cain’s treatment.

For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough, which clear up in two to three weeks. 

Health specialists admit that mask-wearing can necessarily cut down on the expansion of the virus as the virus is killing people all over the world. It has stressed that if people do gather in groups, they should maintain six feet of distance and wear masks.