President Trump’s rally in Janesville on Saturday will focus on support for law enforcement, his campaign says.

The event comes two weeks after Trump was originally scheduled to be in Janesville for a rally, but canceled due to his COVID-19 diagnosis.

The campaign says all attendees will have their temperature checked and masks, “which they are instructed to wear.” They also will have access to hand sanitizer.

The campaign website to apply for tickets includes a waiver acknowledging the risks of exposure to COVID-19 in a public place that also releases the campaign, host venue and others from any liability for illness or injury.

The visit will be Trump’s sixth to Wisconsin this year.

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