Thousands of motorcyclists rush into American towns to revel in the epidemic without masks

On August 10, according to foreign media reports, the 80th Sturges motorcycle Festival opened in South Dakota on August 7, local time. Thousands of motorists novel coronavirus pneumonia rushed to the scene, drinking and revelry. The 10 day event worried local residents, fearing that it would become a “super communicator” conference. < / P > < p > it was reported that no one was wearing a mask at the event. Kevin rensman, a 63 year old motorcyclist, came with several friends from Minnesota. Rensman said that since 2003, he has participated in the Sturges event every year. Although he is a little “worried” about the epidemic, he does not want to miss the 80th anniversary event. < / P > < p > rensman said, “with the exception of a small number of people wearing masks, there is no difference from previous years.” But he said he was avoiding bars and nightclubs on the city’s main streets. “I don’t want to die, but I don’t want to be stuck like this all my life,” said Sampo, a motorcyclist from Arizona In order to reduce the risk of infection, he will try to avoid indoor bars and other places. However, there are still few revelers in the streets. According to the report, the number of visitors to the 80th motorcycle rally may far exceed the number of about 6000 local residents. < / P > < p > it is reported that South Dakota is one of the few states in the United States that has not announced the blockade measures or forced to wear masks. In early July, US President trump also held the “Independence Day” celebration here. < / P > < p > NOM, the Republican governor of South Dakota, not only supports the motorcycle Festival, but also hardly takes any preventive measures against the epidemic. “We’re glad visitors see what our great state has to offer,” Noam said < / P > < p > some local residents are worried that due to the epidemic situation, the gathering in 2020 may become a “super communicator” conference. Local resident kailo ferner said that she was fully prepared and prepared to stay indoors with her family for epidemic prevention. < / P > < p > the Sturges motorcycle Festival started in 1938, which is the annual carnival of American Motorcycle lovers. This year, the 10 day event is expected to attract about 250000 people, which will be one of the largest crowd gathering activities in the United States since the outbreak.