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Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, floating wash basin in the Midwest primaries.
2020 presidential candidate and former Vice-President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday that the planned campaign stops in Florida and Illinois, will be transformed into virtual events as a measure of security against Corona-Virus outbreak.
Biden had previously planned, in the two States next Tuesday’s primaries.
The campaign announced that Biden decided not to hold big events in the States, after consultation with the officials.
The former Vice President said on Tuesday night, then he would be the announcement of plans to combat the coronavirus, later this week.
“The health and public safety is our first priority,” a statement from Biden, campaign, released, read Fox News,. “We have been and will continue to consult with relevant officials, including our recently announced Public Health Advisory Committee, on the steps of the campaign to minimize health risks for staff and supporters.”
Also Tuesday, both Biden and his chief rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., their planned election-night-night, said rallies in Ohio amid coronavirus fears.
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Democratic National Committee officials also said, this Sunday is the debate between Sanders and Biden take place without a live audience.
Biden scored a decisive victory Tuesday in Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi and Idaho, which dealt a serious blow to Sanders and widening his path to the presidential nomination.
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Florida, Illinois, Ohio and Arizona all primaries holding next Tuesday, followed a week later by Georgia. Sanders lost all five of the States, the 2016 primary race is the possible candidacy of Hillary Clinton.
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and The Associated Press contributed to this report.