TULSA, Okla. — Supporters are forming a line outside the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa ahead of President Donald Trump's campaign rally.
So far, at least 15 to 20 people are waiting in line and camping outside for an up close look at the president.
President Trump tweeted Monday morning almost one million people requested tickets for his "Make America Great Again" rally planned for Saturday, June 20 at the BOK Center.
Vice president Mike Pence tweeted he will also be joining the president at the event.
In order to attend the rally, the public has to accept a liability waiver during registration acknowledging the risks of contracting COVID-19.
President Trump's campaign manager posted on Facebook that before entering, guests will receive:
- temperature checks
- hand sanitizer
- and a mask
Precautions will be taken for the heat and bottle water will be available, too.
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