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China imposed new travel and movement restrictions across the nation, including in its highly protected capital of Beijing, as a delta-driven outbreak grew to over 500 symptomatic cases scattered across 15 provinces and municipalities.
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Biden told governors to "get out of the way" if they aren't helping with COVID-19, prompting DeSantis to criticize Biden's handling of the border.
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