Kamala Harris to Campaign in Cleveland This Saturday After Postponement Due to Covid-19

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The Biden-Harris campaign announced this week that Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate and California Senator Kamala Harris will indeed make a campaign stop in Cleveland.

After canceling her recently scheduled Northeast Ohio campaign stop due to two positive Covid-19 tests on her campaign staff, Harris is now planning to be in Cleveland Saturday, the Biden campaign announced.



The previously scheduled visit was canceled out of an abundance of caution. Harris herself had recently tested negative twice and didn't come into contact with those who'd tested positive, the campaign reported. The cancellation was nevertheless in keeping with their Covid protocols. 

No additional details were provided for the stop, but there should be updates later today.



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