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Joe Biden extends lead over Bernie Sanders in coronavirus-hit primaries

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Early results put Joe Biden comfortably ahead of Bernie Sanders in the latest Democratic presidential primaries. Florida, Illinois and Arizona went forward with the vote, despite concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
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Democratic presidential primaries in four states are set for Tuesday despite growing worries about the coronavirus outbreak, which has prompted other states to postpone or consider delaying future voting and forced candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders off the campaign trail. Gavino Garay has more.

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