Stanford Study Reveals COVID Cases From Trump Rallies
By: Eris Lowdermilk
A recent study by Stanford University has exposed that Trump’s campaign rallies are tied to 30,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 700 deaths.
There were 18 rallies between June 20th and September 30th. According to the New York Times, the researchers determined that the 18 rallies, “produced increases in confirmed cases of more than 250 per 100,000 residents.”
The study was not politically motivated. Trump plans to have five more rallies today, Nov 2 before returning to DC for Election Day.
Covington, Abigail. (2020, November 1). A New Stanford Study Links 30,000 Cases of COVID-19 to Trump Rallies. Esquire. https://www.esquire.com/news-politics/a34544220/stanford-study-links-30-000-cases-of-covid-19-trump-rallies/