The vice president's office has declined to comment on the total number of Pence aides to test positive for coronavirus in recent days.
According to ABC, Obst is an outside adviser and not a government employee. He was last seen at a fundraiser event attended by both Pence and US President Donald Trump on October 15.
Harris says Trump's "refusal to contain this virus is what has wreaked havoc on our economy."
Pelosi proposed a commission to investigate Trump's fitness for the job -- and whether he needs removal under the Constitution's 25th Amendment.
Neither Pence's claim or Harris’s response, however, can be fully verified, as Congress would have to pass a new tax law to institute Biden’s plan.
Pence alleged that Biden and Harris want to raise taxes, they wanted to bury the economy under a USD 2 trillion Green New Deal.
Some joked about the need to test the fly for the coronavirus, as it had skirted the plexiglass partitions separating the candidates and moderator.
It will unfold while President Donald Trump recovers at the White House after testing positive last week for the coronavirus and spending several days in the hospital.
With Trump hospitalized with a virus that he spent months downplaying, his ever-loyal No. 2 will play an increasingly prominent role in the weeks ahead.
It was a “temporary error” that was fixed within 90 minutes Tuesday, said Tracy Wimmer, a spokeswoman for Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson.
Pence said the four million members of the Indian diaspora across the US represent some of the best people in this country and they're creating wealth and prosperity.
Pence credited Prime Minister Modi and US President Trump for strengthening the bilateral ties and said the relationship between India and the USA has never been so strong.
Pence, 61, accepted the nomination on the third night of the National Republican Convention on Wednesday as a crowd in Baltimore, Maryland, cheered, "Four more years."
Previewing themes for the Republican gathering, Pence said viewers will hear about how the GOP will support law and order, and the men and women of law enforcement.
While Trump has tried to distance himself from what he calls "the plague" as he pursues reelection, Pence has emerged as the public face of this phase of the outbreak.