Biden, Sanders talk coronavirus on campaign trailThe coronavirus is causing major adjustments to the Democratic presidential contest as debates have been cancelled and former Vice President Joe Biden attacks President Trump over his handling of the COVID-19 situation; Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy reports.Joe Biden is 77 years old. President Trump is 73 years old. Bernie Sanders is 78 years old and had a heart attack last year.They are just the kind of Americans that the CDC would consider most at risk amid the coronavirus outbreak. They’re also running for president — or in the case of Trump, re-election.TRUMP WANTS TO SEND AMERICANS CHECKS ‘IMMEDIATELY’ IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS, MNUCHIN SAYSSo as the pandemic has forced the entire country to change its daily habits, so too has it compelled 2020’s septuagenarian presidential field to take precautions.In the Democratic primary race, Biden and Sanders have transitioned essentially to a virtual campaign, for the good of their supporters, their staff and themselves.Florida, Illinois and Arizona are holding primaries Tuesday, but the rest of the primary calendar remains in limbo as other states postpone. In the meantime, the rapidly spreading coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, has grounded both the former vice president and Vermont senator, leading them to


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