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Biden Urges Action On COVID-19 Relief Now With Hopes For More In New Year

The president-elect also told reporters he doesn't know yet what form the inauguration will take but that it might be heavily remote and not involve large crowds in Washington.

President-elect Joe Biden urged members of Congress to press ahead with their coronavirus relief bill negotiations in a statement that warned of "dire, dire dire" consequences if they fail.

"If we don't act now, the future will be very bleak," Biden told reporters in Wilmington, Del., where he and aides are preparing to assume power next month.

After months of inaction, House and Senate leaders said this week they

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