Loeffler Quarantines After Inconclusive COVID-19 Tests And Indoor Campaign Events

Modesto Morganelli
Novembre 25, 2020

Kelly Loeffler, speaks at a campaign rally on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, in Cumming, Ga.

Loeffler is facing Democrat Raphael Warnock in a January 5 runoff election - one of two races that will determine which party has control of the US Senate. Rapid test results came back negative, and she was cleared to join Vice President Pence at events that day, he said.

Perdue said before Loeffler's negative test was announced Sunday that he would remain at home as he awaited Loeffler's results.

Loeffler has no symptoms and will continue complying with CDC guidelines by quarantining "until retesting is conclusive". She also had a previous coronavirus scare after attending a news conference in the White House Rose Garden on September 26 when President Donald Trump announced Amy Coney Barrett as his pick for the U.S. Supreme Court.

Loeffler's Friday appearance with Pence drew outdoor crowds as Republicans and Democrats have staked out very different approaches to campaigning mid-pandemic, with conservatives continuing to hold large gatherings. Joni Ernst in Griffin, south of Atlanta.

Lin Wood - the attorney now filing lawsuits on behalf of President Donald Trump over the results of the 2020 presidential election - called on Georgians to withhold their votes to Sen. They should be counted for me, too.

Officials from Georgia said that as of Monday morning there have been 762,000 requests for these ballots, which is three times the number requested for the 2018 election.

According to her campaign, Loeffler took two rapid tests Friday morning before the events.

Loeffler is facing Democrat Raphael Warnock in a January 5 runoff election - one of two races that will determine which party has control of the Senate. Loeffler typically wears a face mask, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, in contrast to many who flock to her events. The other race will feature Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff.

Loeffler and Perdue have spent the past few weeks rallying support across the state, often at events together, as they seek to keep the Senate under Republican control.

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