Trump's election campaign directs all of its employees who have been in contact with quarantine

2020-10-02 | Since 2 Month

The election campaign of US President Donald Trump, who announced Friday, October 2, 2020, that he was infected with the Coronavirus, has directed all its employees in contact with people with the disease to undergo quarantine.

"CBS" reported that Trump's campaign manager, Bill Stephen, sent an email to the employees stating: "After consultations with the White House Medicine Unit and our medical advisors, all campaign members who have had contact with anyone who has had a positive test (regarding Coronavirus) are required to have contact. To be subject to self-quarantine. "

Stephen called on campaign employees to adhere to preventive measures, especially wearing masks, washing hands and social distancing.

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He added that the election campaign offices will remain open although some public events will be canceled.

This comes after Trump announced, earlier Friday, that he and his wife Melania had contracted the new Corona virus, while the President's administration confirmed that they had slight symptoms.

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