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Trump says national lockdown won’t be necessary

President Donald Trump told reporters Friday that his administration is not considering a national lockdown to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Referring to certain cities and states as “hotspots,” the president noted that some governors and mayors had already issued stay-at-home orders for key locations.

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