TULSA: Record Spike In Cases Ahead Of Trump Rally

Tulsa’s ABC News affiliate reports:

Tulsa County saw the largest increase in COVID-19 cases on Friday, June 12. Health officials said they’re investigating the reason for the spike.

Leanne Stephens with the Tulsa County Health Department said investigators found that an outbreak occurred after people had a get-together inside. “We do have concerns when you have large gatherings of people, indoors, with close confined places for long periods of time,” said Stephens.

Some officials worry that the increase is only the beginning, because of large events that have happened and others that are scheduled for next week. “I’m very concerned, I’m very concerned on every level,” said Tulsa County Commissioner, Karen Keith.