A Republican congressman in Wisconsin with optional face masks in the Republican National Assembly did not wear a mask. When he addressed a group of participants at Green Bay on Saturday, he began to cough uncontrollably.
Rep. Glenn Grothman gave a high five-point announcer. He praised his work for many activities. He stepped on the stage and began to endlessly speak at the moment.
Grossman said that when he was suddenly overwhelmed with a cough, Grossman said: “Let’s talk about Donald John Trump.”
“Well… yes… well.” He said to the crowd, untied his tie, and blushed. Soon after, Grothman regained his composure and did not comment on his cough.
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Republican Rep. Glenn Grothan didn’t wear a face mask at the Republican State Congress of optional masks in Wisconsin. When he first spoke to a group of participants at Green Bay on Saturday, he began to be out of control. Coughing. Grossman gave high five before speech
After Grothman stepped onto the stage, he began to cho
Grotman said that when he was suddenly replaced by a cough, he said: “Let’s talk about Donald John Trump.”
According to the Milwaukee Daily, fellow Republicans and others attended the meeting and witnessed the onset of a cough. Due to COVID-19 safety measures, the number of cough attacks has decreased.
Although efforts have been made to protect the participants, they can choose to wear masks.
Few people attended the conference wearing masks because many people were sitting near each other.
“Okay… yes… okay,” Grossman said to the crowd as he struggled to recover briefly.
After the cough subsided, the MPs untied their ties.
After the cough spell, Grothman blushed (pictured)
Republican fellows and others attended the meeting and witnessed the onset of the cough, which was reduced due to COVID-19 safety measures. Although efforts have been made to protect the participants (pictured), you can choose to wear a mask
Grothman (Grotthman) is a 65-year-old man belonging to the high-risk group of COVID-19. He continued to speak after coughing. He praised Trump’s performance since his election in 2016 and his record in supporting the police.
Grotman said that Donald Trump stood with the police after the government talked about the police being racist, and so on, and so on, and so on, and so on.
In the end, we have a president standing with the police. What is the result of standing with the police? Murders have declined.
Grothman is known for his optimism about the virus, and no masks were found in previous public events during the pandemic.
His Twitter photos during the July 4th parade in Manitowoc, Green Lake and Marquette showed that he did not wear a mask at any event.
Grossman is known for his optimistic attitude towards coronaviruses. During the pandemic, he was found without masks in previous public events. His tweets during the July 4th parade in Manitowoc, Green Lake and Marquette showed that he did not wear a mask at any event
Grothman posted a picture of himself at a Wisconsin farmers’ event on Saturday. Instead of wearing a mask, he stood with an elderly man and a woman who were also unprotected.
The video was released by Milwaukee Outpost correspondent Patrick Marlley and has been shared nearly 4 million times, causing many responses from online viewers.
Mark Pocan, a Democratic congressman from Wisconsin, responded to this tweet by writing “Just wow.”
State Senator Chris Larson from Milwaukee criticized Grotman and supporters of President Donald Trump, and Donald Trump refused to wear a mask until he visited on Saturday The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center publicly wore a mask.
After the Milwaukee Outpost correspondent Patrick Marlley released the video clip, the video clip was shared nearly 4 million times, causing many responses from online viewers. Democratic Congressman Mark Pocan responded to the tweet by writing: “Wow!”
To date, more than 39,000 coronavirus cases have occurred in Wisconsin, and these cases have been accused of 829 deaths.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported more than 900 new viruses on Saturday. This is the third consecutive day of record highs because of the new rise in COVID-19 across the country.
In the United States, there have been more than 3.2 million cases and 135,066 deaths.
Among the hardest hit states, Florida set a new infection record after reporting 15,300 coronavirus cases on Sunday, the highest total number in a single day in the state.
At the same time, each of the three Arizona teachers in the same classroom shared the virus before they died of the virus. According to CNN, the 61-year-old Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd (Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd) worked in Hayden Winkelman School District for 38 years and died on June 26.
She was hospitalized less than two weeks before her death. Arizona health officials have reported more than 119,000 cases of the virus and at least 2,151 deaths.
Kimberly Chavez Lopez Bird, 61 (pictured with husband Jesse), worked in Hayden Winkelman School District for 38 years and died on June 26.
Last month, two other teachers, Jena Martinez and Angela Skillings, were also diagnosed with the virus. Both of them shared a summer classroom with Byrd and said they are still struggling to cope with the impact of COVID-19.
All three teachers wear PPE, including masks and gloves. They also used hand sanitizer and ensured distance from society, but they were still ill.
Arizona is one of several states including Florida, California and Texas, and the number of cases has increased significantly in the past few weeks.
In the past 7 days, nearly 69,700 confirmed cases were from Florida, and Florida currently has 269,811 cases, with at least 4346 deaths.
A total of 61,000 confirmed cases have been recorded throughout the United States in the past 24 hours.
Arizona health officials have reported more than 119,000 cases of the virus and at least 2,151 deaths. Arizona residents underwent virus test on June 27