Kamala Harris‘ communications director and a “non-staff flight crew member” have tested positive for the coronavirus, the campaign announced Thursday morning, adding that Harris will cancel all planned travel for the rest of the week as a precautionary measure.
Late on Wednesday, Kamala Harris‘ communications director Liz Allen and another non-staff flight crew member involved in Harris’ campaign tested positive for coronavirus, according to the campaign’s statement.
Although Kamala Harris was not in close contact with either of these individuals, her campaign has made the decision to cancel her travel plans through Sunday “out of an abundance of caution and in line with [the] campaign’s commitment to the highest levels of precaution.”
Vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris will continue to campaign virtually and return to in-person campaigning next week.
The campaign said that Joe Biden also did not come in contact with any of the COVID positive staff.
“Neither of these people have had contact with Vice President Biden, Senator Harris or any other staffers since testing positive or in the 48 hours prior to their positive test results,” the statement read.
Joe Biden is still expected to participate in the ABC News town hall event on Thursday.
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