Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is hospitalized with the coronavirus 11 days after attending Trump’s Tulsa rally

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• Herman Cain was hospitalized with the coronavirus in the Atlanta area on Wednesday, a statement published on his Twitter account on Thursday said.

• Cain was stable as of Thursday afternoon and had not required a ventilator, the statement said.

• Cain attended President Donald Trump’s indoor campaign rally on June 20 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and was photographed seated near several other people — none of whom, including Cain, was wearing a face mask.

• The 74-year-old former pizza-restaurant executive got a diagnosis of stage-four colon cancer in 2006 but said in 2011 that he was cancer-free.

Herman Cain, the former Republican presidential candidate, was hospitalized with the coronavirus on Wednesday, a statement published on his Twitter account on Thursday said.

Cain tested positive for the virus on Monday and was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday. As of Thursday afternoon, he was in stable condition and not on a ventilator, the statement said.

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