The complaint filed in Duval County listed many reasons for opposing the Jacksonville event, including that it would “harm the health (and) welfare of the community in the city”. According to lawyer Jim Blecke, the complaint has not been recorded by the court clerk of the Duval County Circuit Court.
The lawsuit was recorded in Florida (which is now the largest virus hotspot in the United States) a few days later on Saturday when the latest coronavirus case record was recorded in any state during the pandemic day, a total of 11,458 people. Compiled by Johns Hopkins University. According to the university, there are currently more than 223,000 confirmed cases in the state.
The complaint mentioned that after the national restrictions were relaxed, the number of coronavirus cases soared, and “to avoid the spread of COVID-1
9 in the community and protect the health and welfare of the plaintiff and the community, it is necessary and indispensable that all will not happen. A large number of super spreader events gathered near the room.”
The conference is scheduled to be held at the end of August, at which time people participating in the event will be tested for daily coronavirus, which will eventually allow President Donald Trump to accept the Republican nomination on the stage of 15,000 people.
The timeline for the Jacksonville part of the convention is still unclear, but if Republicans stick to their previously planned itinerary, Trump will accept it on August 27, the last day of the convention, at the Veterans Memorial Arena in Vista His speech.
CNN has contacted the Republican National Committee.
The complaint also stated that unless the court imposes restrictions, “tens of thousands of people gathered together for a long period of time will constitute a nuisance and lead to the widespread spread of COVID-19 in Jacksonville and Florida Ferrari in the northeast of the state, and interfered with the plaintiff’s use and enjoyment of property, as well as the right to be free from disease and death.”
Florida faces potential challenges in dealing with outbreaks that may erupt during the General Assembly. On Monday, a survey conducted by CNN found that the state health department often failed to track contacts, which has long been considered a key tool for controlling outbreaks.
Last week, the city of Jacksonville said it would require people to wear masks in public and indoor places, as well as in places where social alienation is not possible-Trump has consistently refused to do so in public.