TULSA, OKLA. — This past weekend a group of car enthusiast packed Peoria Blvd to show of their classic muscle cars.
They were reminiscing about the days of old, where people cruised down the street as a form of socializing.
However, with the coronavirus pandemic, socializing should be done while wearing a face mask and from a distance, according to heath officials.
In cities across the country, the debate over wearing mask is growing. In some cases, some have taken to violence, or even murder, over the topic.
What is law enforcement doing to make sure this is enforced in Tulsa?
Tonight at 5, hear what Tulsa Police are saying about keeping Tulsans safe, and healthy, during the coronavirus pandemic.
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