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The Democratic presidential campaigns of Joe Biden and sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., work is asking employees from home, in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The Biden campaign said it will continue to reach out to voters through phone calls, SMS and other means, including small meetings and virtual town halls.
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The former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., are asked campaign staff to work from home over concerns about the Corona Virus outbreak.
The former Vice-President of the Philadelphia headquarters and offices in the United States will be closed for at least two weeks from Saturday, according to a memo to staff from the campaign manager Jen O’malley Dillon, and senior adviser Anita Dunn.
The campaign of the Public health Advisory Committee will decide to host what type of event to move forward, The hill reported. In the talk in-between time, Biden to a small group of people in Illinois through a video connection.
Sanders ‘ campaign spokesman, Mike Casa, told Fox News that employees were asked, from home, out door screens work and that the campaign would “not to hold large events, or door-to-rather than moving to digital formats and publicity, wherever possible.”
Both candidates cancelled demonstrations in the beginning of the week in Ohio, in the midst of concern over major events. Messages to the Biden campaign by Fox News were not returned.
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President Trump announced Thursday that he has canceled planned rallies in Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada, about the virus.
The announcement comes a day after he stopped traveling between the European countries and the United States for 30 days, the disease.