Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, 74, has died almost a month after being hospitalized for coronavirus.
The big picture: Cain, the co-chair of Black Voices for Trump, was in a high-risk group due to his history with cancer. Cain's positive coronavirus test came less than two weeks after he attended President Trump's controversial campaign rally in Tulsa, where he did not wear a mask.
- Public health officials had warned that the large-scale rally could infect many and put lives at risk.
- It's unclear whether Cain contracted the virus at the Trump rally.
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