"I am calling on them to make the commitment today that they will require masks at their political events and that they will cease crowding people into these indoor spaces where there's this high risk of COVID being spread," Ossoff said Monday.
The Republican Georgia Senator is running to be re-elected to her seat, facing competition in a runoff vote.
"It's no wonder The Squad fully supports @ReverendWarnock: He totally supports their dangerous & extreme agenda," Loeffler wrote in one tweet. "And @IlhanMN completely agrees with his disgraceful comments about our active service members, veterans, and their families."
"Utterly embarrassing that this woman was a governor & still doesn't have a grasp on public investment," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Thursday during an exchange with Nikki Haley, the Republican who formerly served as both United Nations ambassador and South Carolina governor.
"AOC wants to lock down our economy, lock the American people in their homes," Loeffler wrote. "You seem to have gifted yourself private jet on public dime," Ocasio-Cortez responded.
Loeffler has been the center of controversies surrounding her financial records, her comments on the Black Lives Matter movement and her support for President Donald Trump.
Raphael Warnock leads his Senate race against Senator Kelly Loeffler by one percentage point, while Jon Ossoff is tied neck and neck with Senator David Perdue.
This is the second time in two months a Republican senator has faced accusations of breaking the rules on donations.
"Crooked Kelly Loeffler thinks the law shouldn't apply to rich people like her," said the video released by Really American.
In an interview on Fox News' 'America's Newsroom,' Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler violated ethics rules by encouraging viewers to visit her website to "chip in five or 10 bucks" while inside the halls of Congress, Georgia Democrats said.
Warnock will face Loeffler in January's runoff election in Georgia which could decide control of the Senate
"After months of denouncing her shady stock trades and her corrupt bought-and-paid-for politics, Georgia Republicans have a lot to answer for about their devastating attacks on Senator Kelly Loeffler," said Alex Floyd, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Georgia.
"This is what the coastal elites in Washington and California (who are trying to influence the #GASen runoffs) think of Georgians," the Georgia GOP Twitter account posted Tuesday.
"God d*** America for treating our citizens as less than human. God d*** America for as long as she acts like she is God and she is supreme," Rev. Jeremiah Wright said in a 2003 sermon.
Senator Kelly Loeffler is hammering her Democratic challenger, Reverend Raphael Warnock, for a murky alleged connection to Fidel Castro, but Warnock said he had "nothing to do" with the event in question.
The Republican senator touted absentee ballots as she urged people to support her bid for re-election.
"He wants the government in charge of your healthcare. He supports the Green New Deal. And he's been anti-law enforcement for years," tweeted Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler.
Loeffler tweeted a video of rival Raphael Warnock giving a sermon in October 2016, calling his rhetoric "disgusting and offensive."
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger warned that those who plan to move to the state just for the election could be punished.
Georgia Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler's election campaign released an advertisement that described Reverend Raphael Warnock as "a radical's radical."
The entrepreneur encouraged donors to instead give the money to their local food banks.
"Georgia isn't a red state. It's a voter-suppressed state," the progressive representative from New York tweeted.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution said the senators had "offered no specifics" in their attack on the elections.
Stacey Abrams said she has "no doubt" that Democrats can win both of Georgia's Senate seats in the January run-offs.
Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said it's "unlikely" that instances of illegal voting is what could cost President Donald Trump the state's 16 electoral college votes.
The last Democratic senator to win the state was Max Cleland in 1996.
The Susan B. Anthony List has given an "A" rating to both of Georgia's anti-abortion senators.
Though the explanations for their refusals have been varied, several candidates are in tight races that will determine future control of the Senate.
The southern state's voters waited up to 10 hours to cast their ballots in some areas last week.
Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler is expected to make an appearance with Georgia Congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene on Thursday.