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PA. DEPT. OF HEALTH urges anyone at Trump HIA rally to download COVID-19 app

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has released guidelines for anyone attending President Donald Trump’s rally Saturday at Harrisburg International Airport. The president revealed he had tested positive for the coronavirus. Here is a statement from the Department of Health: “Pennsylvania has worked hard to ensure that anyone who needs the test can get it. If you are ill and need to be tested, please contact your health care provider or visit health.pa.gov to find a test site near you. If you are in the midst of a presidential campaign in Middletown, we encourage you to download the COVID Alert PA app. If you test positive, you can alert people who are anonymously close through the app. The app is available on the Apple Store and Google Play. A thousand people attended the HIA Rally on September 26 at the Presidential Rally in HIA. Trump greeted Pennsylvania legislators on Tarmac before addressing his supporters. The video shows Trump stepping down from Air Force One and being greeted by several delegates, including Lloyd Smocker, Dan Meizer and Scott Perry. Update: Smacker says he was tested negative for COVID-19. He released the following statement: “My thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery have been influenced by the President, First Lady and COVID-19. On Saturday, September 26, I was tested and received a negative result for COVID-19 boarding the Air Force One to travel with the President. On Tuesday, September 29, before boarding Air Force Two to travel with Vice President Pence, I was tested again and received a negative result. Following the President’s positive test result, I met with the attending physician’s office this morning, conducted an examination and advised that my interactions with the President last Saturday were not in line with the definition of disclosure. The Office of the Attending Physician did not recommend that I be detained and that I be allowed to vote on the House floor today. I have never experienced any of the symptoms of COVID19. It is important for all of us to be vigilant in our fight against COVID-19 and to follow CDC guidelines such as wearing a mask, washing hands regularly and socializing. Distance. “WGAL contacted Meizer and Perry to find out if HIA had been tested since the rally.

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The Pennsylvania Department of Health has released guidelines for anyone attending President Donald Trump’s rally Saturday at Harrisburg International Airport.

Here is the statement from the Department of Health:

“Pennsylvania has worked to ensure that anyone who needs an exam can get one. If you are ill and need to be tested, please contact your health care provider or visit health.pa.gov to find a test site near you.

If you are in the midst of a presidential campaign in Middletown, we encourage you to download the COVID Alert PA app. If you test positive, you can alert anonymous contacts through the app. ”

The app is available Apple Store And Google Play. Search for “COVID Alert PA”.

HIA Rally

Thousands attended a presidential rally in HIA on September 26.

Trump greeted Pennsylvania legislators on Tarmac before addressing his supporters. Trump’s departure from Air Force One was welcomed by several delegates, including Lloyd Smaker, Dan Meizer and Scott Perry.

UPDATE: Smacker says he was tested negative for COVID-19. He released the following statement:

“My thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery have been influenced by the President, the First Lady and COVID-19.

On Saturday, September 26, I was tested before boarding Air Force One to travel with the President and received a negative result for COVID-19. On Tuesday, September 29, before boarding Air Force Two to travel with Vice President Pence, I was tested again and received a negative result. Following the President’s positive test result, I met with the attending physician’s office this morning, conducted an examination and advised that my interactions with the President last Saturday were not in line with the definition of disclosure. The Office of the Attending Physician did not recommend that I be detained and that I be allowed to vote on the House floor today. I have never experienced the symptoms of COVID-19.

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It is important for all of us to be vigilant in our fight against COVID-19 and to follow CDC guidelines such as wearing a mask, washing hands regularly and maintaining social distance. ”

WGAL contacted Meizer and Perry to find out if HIA had been tested since the rally.