White House coronavirus experts have said central Iowa social gatherings should be limited to 25 people, but President Trump won’t be heeding that advice at his rally Wednesday at the Des Moines International Airport.
The White House task force’s latest report, dated Oct. 4, classifies the Des Moines area and Polk County as being in a “yellow zone” for transmission of the virus. The federal experts previously advised state officials that gatherings in “yellow zones” should be limited to 25 or fewer people.
The president has resumed campaign rallies this week, after revealing Oct. 2 that he had come down with COVID-19. Trump was hospitalized for three days and received experimental treatments that he says helped him make a quick recovery. His doctor said this week that he is no