Former Vice president Joe Biden 77 Out Campaigning after Negative COVID-19 Test.
Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden waits to greet local officials at Joey D’s Restaurant at Latrobe Train Station September 30, 2020 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Former Vice President Biden continues to campaign for the upcoming presidential election today on a day-long train tour with stops in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Just days after the two faced off in their first debate, Joe Biden is back on the campaign trail after his rival President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19.
Biden, who announced he tested negative Friday morning, is scheduled to speak in Grand Rapids, Michigan later in the afternoon.
Biden’s campaign didn’t immediately respond to request for more information about future plans for how the campaign would be affected by Trump’s diagnosis, but his decision to go forward with the Michigan trip signals that he’s not putting a pause while Trump is recovering.