Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt Has COVID-19, He Bragged About Taking His Family to ‘Packed’ Restaurant in March, Ignored CDC Warning
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced on July 15 — during a joint press conference with Interim Commissioner of Health Lance Frye — that he tested positive for COVID-19 on July 14 (VIDEO BELOW).
Stitt said he will not require COVID-19 safety masks, which are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The Oklahoma State Health Department reported on July 14 there were 993 new cases of COVID-19 and four new deaths, reports KWTV.
Stitt tweeted about his taking his family to a “packed” restaurant in March, even though the CDC advised against crowded outings because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Stitt told a Republican gathering in 2018 that he and his wife do not vaccine all their kids.