Tulsa, Oklahoma 2020-11-20 20:51:21 –
Dr. Dale Bratzler, Chief COVID Officer at the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, said Friday’s major indoor event was “irresponsible.”
“They shouldn’t happen,” Dr. Bratzler said.
His remarks were made after a viral video in the Victory Christian Church was shown side by side in the worship center by concert attendees. Victory rented the auditorium to a third party for the concert.
“You’ll see how easy it is to spread the virus in such an environment,” Dr. Bratzler said.
Braum’s “An Affairs of the Heart” arts, crafts and boutique show promoter, Kristin Ware, defends the event this weekend.
“We take all of this into consideration when planning the show and deciding how to move forward and whether to move forward,” says Ware.
Ware tells 2Works for You that the show organizers have worked with the Tulsa Health Department and the Tulsa Fairgrounds Administration to take appropriate COVID precautions at the event.
She says she has reduced the number of vendors by 25% to allow more space for social distance. Organizers also request face coverings, disinfection stations, and one-way walkway labeling.
“As we said, it felt like people weren’t playing their part, spreading like grocery stores and other local boutiques, and being in each other’s personal space.” Wear said.
Pastor Paul Dorty of the Victory Christian Church tells two works for you in the text. They are changing plans for Sunday’s Thanksgiving “Friend Giving” event. Daugherty states that it is like a “restaurant” event and no meals are served within the church.
The victorious representative did not say whether the change would come in response to a backlash from the viral concert video.
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