Vice President Pence has postponed the tour events “Faith in America” In Florida and Arizona amid increase in coronavirus cases

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Mike Pence who is the Vice President of Trump has postponed the tour events “Faith in America” in Florida and Arizona due to rapidly increasing the coronavirus cases in both states.

On Saturday, a spokesman who is close to Pence told Fox News that this week in Arizona and Florida Vice President Pence will not participate in campaign events. Because there are a lot of cases of coronavirus in these two states.

Next week Pence will be traveling to Florida, Arizona, and Texas to meet with the governors and to talk about the current situation of coronavirus cases in those states that which is the reason behind the increase in cases day by day.

Pence make this decision to meet with governors after seeing the high record of coronavirus cases in Florida. This week Florida make a new record was broken with increasing in numbers of coronavirus cases.

On Saturday, the Florida Department Of Health reported new coronavirus cases more than 9,500. So, also the Friday record was on its peak the total number of cases was reported nearly 9,000.

On Friday, White House Taskforce gave its briefings in two months, So the Pence was asked If he saw any correlation with the states and seeing a high record in coronavirus cases. Then we will not allow reopening that states in which include Florida, Arizona, and Texas.

Pence said that I think there will be a temptation for people to look at these states and have been reopening the states and putting people back to work. But the condition is getting worse day by day we are weeing in the last two weeks or so.

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He said that but frankly after seeing all this situation and such a situation remains for the next few days so we will not permit to reopened their states at this condition.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said that in the last two weeks reported new coronavirus cases at the median age of 33, 34, and 35.

Health officials said that younger demographics didn’t show the responsible behavior upon reopening the states because they were visiting the bars, not making social distancing with each other also not wear the masks. Also, they didn’t take seriously to take precautionary measures as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended.

On Friday, during the news briefings, DeSantis said that the most common coronavirus in the community is between the ages of 18-35.

Saying in a tweet that the state’s alcohol regulatory agency will be suspended if a similar response is seen, then the status of alcohol in bars consumption will be eliminated. Effective immediately, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation is suspending on-premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide, Effective immediately.

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In Wisconsin, This week Pence began his campaign tour where he said that just like Wisconsin some 40 states are opening up again.

To enter this event masks, temperature checks, and hand sanitizer will be distributed in all attendees. But the few masks were reportedly worn.

Pence said before shaking hands with attendees without wearing a mask that we know that we are going to continue to use common sense as we have to take care of our families, friends, and our neighbors and this is our personal freedom to take care of our healths first.


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