The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 21, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Oct. 21, 2020
From. For. Thirteen days now weeks. Election Day countdown a major focus today on critical battleground state. Vice presidential nominee homily Harris in North Carolina I resident Mike Pence. In New Hampshire and we will make America great again. Again it's and former president Barack Obama heading to Pennsylvania. It's not a reality show business reality when. And the rest must have a live. What and consequently some. And the. Birmingham sobbing capable of taking from an upstairs Joseph Biden at home in Delaware preparing for Thursday night's debate and praising the debate commission's plan she would act times. Finalist candidates microphone visited Michigan war. Were on wall. Limitations on the. We must not interrupted one another one of the topics on the agenda for Thursday night the corona virus pandemic president trump saying he would have done much differently look at all over the world got a lot of great leaders and lot of Smart people. It's all over the world and came out of China generations stuff that. The president meanwhile continuing his blitz fresh swing states heading to North Carolina the following Tuesday night rally in Pennsylvania. State he won by less than 1% to 2016. Rotavirus cases. On the rise in more than three dozen states and now the governor of New Jersey it's going into isolation as I was just informed by Martin's colleagues that I was from the voting close proximity to someone on Saturday. It was just tested positive for the governor's tested negative for the virus this afternoon the city of Boston announcing it will suspend all gamers and learning and Alex. If you spend at least fifteen minutes within six feet of a person would go but ninety. Today they agencies say it might also be possible to contract the virus these days you have multiple shorter exposures and that collectively add up to more than fifteen minutes. Tragedy in Afghanistan's. At least eleven women trampled to death and many more injured. Stampede happening and then depression people in the soccer stadiums. Officials say thousands were trying to obtain visas to leave the country didn't enter Pakistan the spokesman says many of those who died were elderly and. Palmer is making an electric comeback GM stopped producing the gas guzzlers and twenty cents. They're being resurrected as electric super trucks with three motors in the 1000 horsepower that's more horsepower. Than the latest Ferrari in the -- ED also hasn't slowed in which allows it to move diagonally into its second going to production in late next year price tag can remember a 1121000. Dollars. Not only to inhabitants of the tiny towns near Umbria Italy the despite their remote location they're still following corona virus guidelines when the elderly parents who don't live together and number 82 and 74 years old they Wear face masks and C six feet apart when they need to do most say they're following guidance because they enjoy life in their small town.

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