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Trump Rallies Led to 30,000 COVID Cases and 700 Deaths According to Stanford

TMZ.com Saturday, 31 October 2020
Trump campaign rallies have become major super spreader events, resulting in tens of thousands of COVID cases and hundreds of deaths ... this according to Stanford Univ. Stanford scientists conducted a study of 18 Trump rallies all over the…
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