Though the coronavirus remains a serious threat in Washington, D.C., U.S. senators return to the Capitol from their home states on Monday, more than five weeks after their last formal gathering and roll call votes.
“All across our nation, American workers in essential sectors are following expert advice and taking new precautions while they continue reporting for duty and performing irreplaceable work their country needs,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said in a statement Friday. “Starting Monday, the Senate will do the same.”
That means up to 100 senators — along with their staffs, support workers, visitors and others — will return to the Capitol building, with some new health guidelines.
Source: The Senate Will Resume Under New COVID-19 Guidelines : NPR