A senior campaign official told Fox News that they “had no choice” after Northam’s order.
Northam followed suit of governors in New York, California, Illinois, New Jersey and Connecticut in implementing orders that encouraged residents to stay home and work from home when possible, and closed nonessential businesses.
The campaign said that volunteers made 1.5 million phone calls in a single day last week, all while working from home.
Biden has continued to host the virtual town halls since, with the latest sparking confusion after the former vice president said he "became a professor" after leaving the Senate.
In a clear swipe at Biden, a Trump campaign official said of his virtual town halls: “We encourage him to do more."