Kamala Harris halts travel through Sunday after two involved in campaign test positive for COVID-19

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Democratic vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris’s travel is being put on hold through Sunday after two individuals involved in the campaign tested positive for COVID-19, the Biden campaign said in a statement. The individuals are a non-staff flight crew member and Harris’s communications director Liz Allen. The campaign said Harris wasn’t in close contact with either individual during the two days prior to their positive tests, and that there is no requirement for quarantine. Harris will return to in-person campaigning Monday.

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