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"I'm not supposed to do that": Trump poses with worker as he visits COVID-19 swab maker

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'I'm not supposed to do that': Trump poses with worker as he visits COVID-19 swab maker

"I'm not supposed to do that": Trump poses with worker as he visits COVID-19 swab maker

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday (June 5) visited Maine and toured Puritan Medical Products in Guilford where swabs for COVID-19 tests are produced.

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The U.S. leader did not appear in public wearing a mask and shared playful banter with plant employees, both during the tour and on stage.

The president has not been wearing a mask in public despite health advice from his administration encouraging people to do so to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Earlier on Friday, the World Health Organization (WHO) said countries have seen upticks in COVID-19 cases as lockdowns ease, and populations must protect themselves from the coronavirus while authorities continue testing.




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