The coronavirus dominated the opening minutes of the Trump-Biden face-off with President Trump terming the contagion a “worldwide problem”.
Trump, scrambling to make up lost ground, is on a furious multi-state barnstorming tour.
Trump likes to say that his packed rallies are evidence of strength not reflected in "fake" election polls.
Trump, who trails in the polls ahead of the November 3 election, was especially under pressure about the coronavirus that has killed over 217,000 Americans and inflicted deep economic damage.
Other positive cases close to Trump now include his wife Melania, his close aide Hope Hicks, his campaign manager Bill Stepien, two of McEnany's assistants.
The Democratic presidential candidate emphasised on the importance of wearing masks, saying they are the most important, powerful public health tool.
Biden alleged that Trump has no plans, no ideas, and didn't express a single plan that he had about how he was going to move forward.
"Liar," "racist" and "clown" were just some of the missiles launched from Biden, who also branded Trump the "puppy" of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
During the presidential debate on Tuesday night between him and Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden, they both sparred on the extent of the deaths caused by the pandemic.
The Biden campaign has said that if voted to power, the Biden administration would allocate additional federal funding for anti-bullying initiatives.
Biden made the remarks while addressing a virtual fundraiser organized by the community on Tuesday, The American Bazaar reported on Wednesday.
The move from the Biden campaign comes over a fortnight after the Trump campaign on August 14 announced the formation of the 'Hindu Voices for Trump'.
Biden's rival incumbent Republican President Donald Trump is 74. Trump at 70 years and 220 days carries the record of being the oldest president.
The task forces, formed in May to tackle health care, immigration, education, criminal justice reform, climate change and the economy, sought to hammer out a policy road map to best defeat President Donald Trump.
In a statement, Facebook said that we live in a democracy, where the elected officials decide the rules around campaigns.
"America will remember this day -- a day when the United States Senate did not live up to its responsibilities, turned away from truth and instead went along with a sham trial."