On behalf of the 71-year-old his campaign said, in a statement issued on Thursday: "This morning, Senator Perdue was notified that he came into close contact with someone on the campaign who tested positive for COVID-19".
Following the CDC's guidance would keep Perdue in isolation for the remainder of the campaign, including a planned Georgia rally Monday with President Donald Trump.
Pictures of Perdue shared on his social media accounts show the lawmaker frequently wearing a mask while on the campaign trail, though he held some rallies where some in attendance didn't wear one or social distance.
Perdue was set to take part in a campaign rally with President Trump on Monday, but it's unclear if the senator will be in attendance or if that rally will continue.
Perdue, along with fellow Republican Sen.
Perdue's campaign said the senator and his wife have been tested regularly throughout the campaign. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue (R), two candidates who have found themselves at the center of controversy for making political moves to benefit their personal agendas. If Democrats win both races on Tuesday, Democrats will regain control of the US Senate for the first time in six years.
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They determined she was in need of psychological evaluation and she voluntarily went with an NFD ambulance for that goal . In the house, the officers found two dead women and two dead men, including a 49-year-old man who shot himself, he said.
The Georgia runoff, scheduled for Jan.5, will determine the fate of the U.S. Senate. Her campaign said she developed no symptoms, and she resumed campaigning after later tests came back negative.
The Senate will be the last line of defense, not only for capitalist-loving Democrats, but also Joe Biden, who will be fighting the progressives in his party, according to retiring Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., on Newsmax TV.
In this case the breakdown will be 50 Democrats, 50 Republicans, but Democrats will have the tie-breaking vote of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
Perdue is seeking his second Senate term in a state where Democrats are gaining influence, largely because of a growing non-white population in Atlanta's suburb.
More than 2.8 million Georgia voters have already cast runoff ballots either by mail or during in-person early voting.