Senator who tested positive for COVID-19 attends hearing
The Senate Judiciary Committee opened its four-day hearing on Monday to confirm President Donald Trump's Supreme Court candidate Amy Coney Barrett in a "long, controversial week" predicted by the panel chair when the Democrats denounced a Republican urge to bring them before them November to approve 3 US elections.
Due to health concerns sparked by the coronavirus pandemic, not all senators will attend in person. Those in the hearing in the Capitol Hill hearing room, which includes Barrett and her family, are socially distant and follow different guidelines.
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