Biden a step closer to clinching nomination Joe Biden plans to stay at his home in Wilmington, traveling only in the coming days to the debate in Washington on Sunday, campaign staff told CBS News Thursday. Biden’s campaign is also instructing employees in field offices across the country to work from home, in light of the threat posed by COVID-19, according to a memo obtained by CBS News. The campaign is giving state-based staff the option of returning to their homes and said it would help with their travel. For those who don’t have permanent residences, the Biden campaign will offer “remote office pods” that allow staff to live and work together.Beginning Saturday, all of the Biden campaign’s offices —field and headquarters — will be closed to the public, the memo said. Organizing voters will be carried out through phone banking, texting, virtual events and other models. The campaign plans to continue holding small gatherings, like house parties and roundtables if people who have been exposed to coronavirus do not take part. All fundraisers will become “virtual fundraisers indefinitely,” the memo said.In the same vein, Bernie Sanders’ communications director, Mike Casca, released a statement Thursday afternoon saying, “In light of concerns


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