Kamala Harris to campaign in Cleveland on Tuesday after canceling Friday visit

  • Kamala Harris to campaign in Cleveland on Tuesday after canceling Friday visit

Kamala Harris to campaign in Cleveland on Tuesday after canceling Friday visit

Harris disclosed the information in a series of tweets on Thursday.

Biden, 77, is challenging President Donald Trump, a Republican, who is seeking another term in the November 3 presidential election.

According to the campaign, Harris was not in close contact with either as defined by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, but the campaign postponed in-person travel out of an abundance of caution.

"If anything, let this serve as an example of the importance of wearing masks and keeping a safe, social distance".

The California Senator and her husband underwent Covid-19 tests and the couple was declared negative. "May good once again triumph over evil - and usher in new beginnings and opportunity for all", he said in a tweet.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris took to Twitter on Saturday to extend greetings on the occasion of the Hindu festival of Navratri.

In fact, both Harris and Biden expressed their sympathies for the president and first lady, and their campaign ceased negative ads for several days. "Yes, we do. We do", Trump continued. "Under our campaign's strict health protocols, both individuals had to be tested before returning to their work with the campaign from these personal events", she said.

After canceling her Friday appearance following a staffer's positive test for coronavirus, Sen.

Everyone else who was traveling with Harris on October 8 has also had multiple negative tests in the past week, the campaign said.

However, due to contract tracing because of Allen's positive diagnosis, it was revealed that an aviation staffer who flew with Biden to OH on Monday and Florida on Tuesday tested positive for COVID-19.

"Late last night, I learned a non-staff flight crew member & a member of my team tested positive for COVID".