Democrat candidate Joe Biden, who competed for the presidency in the US, announced that he would not hold election rallies during the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. Former US Vice President Biden told reporters that he would not hold rallies during the pandemic period against the risk of virus spread. “This is the most unusual election campaign in modern history for me, I will listen to the advice of doctors not only for myself, but for the country, and I will not hold election rallies,” said Biden.
TRUMP ALERTS ARE NOT LISTENED AND THE MITING ORGANIZED
Despite warnings, US President Donald Trump held his first rally in the state of Oklahoma on June 20, during the epidemic. During the rally preparations and after the controversial rally, there were coronaviruses among the journalists who followed the rally and those working in Trump’s election campaign.
Trump lags behind his Democratic rival Biden in recent polls.
The name that will win the election on November 3, 2020 will sit on the chair of the White House on January 20, 2021.