SENATOR Kamala Harris has suspended in-person campaigning until Monday. The decision became necessary after her communications director tested positive for COVID-19 Wednesday night.
According to the campaign, Liz Allen’s positive test came back late Wednesday night, after she attended personal, non-campaign events.
Allen traveled with Harris to Arizona last Thursday and was with Harris for nearly a week in Salt Lake City for the vice-presidential debate.
The campaign says it is temporarily suspending Harris’ travel out of “an abundance of caution.” Harris last tested negative for COVID-19 Wednesday and will be tested again Thursday.