Two more campaign staffers who attended President Trump’s rally Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma, have tested positive for the coronavirus, Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh said Monday. 

"After another round of testing for campaign staff in Tulsa, two additional members of the advance team tested positive for the coronavirus. These staff members attended the rally but were wearing masks during the entire event. Upon the positive tests, the campaign immediately activated established quarantine and contact tracing protocols," Murtaugh said in a statement. 

Shortly before the rally on Saturday, six Trump campaign staffers had tested positive for the virus. These six staffers were reportedly quarantined and were no longer attending the event.

The Oklahoma rally saw lackluster turnout amid the pandemic, with under 6,200 attendees. Some public health experts said the rally could be a “super spreader” event, with participants required to sign an agreement that they would not sue the campaign if they contract the virus. 

This week, Trump will visit Arizona and Wisconsin as part of his reelection campaign.

Trump administration officials, such as economic adviser Larry Kudlow, continue to downplay the virus, as the White House scales back mandatory temperature checks of staffers and visitors. 

“In conjunction with Washington, D.C., entering Phase Two today, the White House is scaling back complex-wide temperature checks,” White House spokesman Judd Deere said in a statement. “In addition to social distancing, hand sanitizer, regular deep cleaning of all work spaces, and voluntary facial coverings, every staff member and guest in close proximity to the president and vice president is still being temperature checked, asked symptom histories, and tested for COVID-19.”

Coronavirus cases are now surging in states such as Texas, Florida and Arizona. As of Monday at 5:50 p.m. ET, the U.S had 2,301,123 coronavirus cases and a death toll of 120,271.