Published: Mon, October 19, 2020

‘May good triumph over evil’: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris extend Navratri greetings

‘May good triumph over evil’: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris extend Navratri greetings

The campaign said the two people traveled with Harris on October 8 and then attended personal events.

At least three people connected to the Democratic presidential campaign have tested positive for coronavirus, leading vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris to suspend in-person events until Monday.

The decision is a stark contrast to the way Donald Trump's campaign and the White House handled test results from Trump and other White House staffers.

According to Politico, however, on Thursday, Biden tested negative for COVID-19. She has tested negative.

The statement said the person who tested positive was an "administrative member" of the company that charters Biden's 737 aircraft but was in the last row of the plane and "did not even have passing contact" with the former Vice President.


"Bot the crew member and the staff member were wearing N95 masks at all points they were near me, and our doctors believe that we were not exposed under CDC guidelines".

O'Malley Dillon said the Biden campaign has begun the process of contact tracing "to notify everyone who came into contact with the individuals during the potential infection window".

Harris had suspended her campaign early this week as abundance of caution after two of her staffers tested positive for COVID-19. May good once again triumph over evil - and usher in new beginnings and opportunity for all."And Kamala Harris tweeted, ".@DouglasEmhoff and I wish our Hindu American friends and family, and all those celebrating, a very Happy Navratri! But because he had not been in contact with either person, the campaign said, he will return to in-person campaigning on Friday.

"I'd like to hug people. It's definitely a different kind of campaign than anything that we've done before, but we're making the best of it".

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