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US president-elect Joe Biden has said he will not order a nationwide shutdown to fight the Covid-19 pandemic despite a surge in cases. States and cities across the United States have been imposing their own restrictions, including home confinement, the closure of indoor dining and a limit on gatherings as infections soar across the country. 'There's no circumstance which I can see that would require total national shutdown. I think that would be counterproductive,' Mr Biden, who takes office on 20 January, told reporters.

RTE.ie - November 19, 2020

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