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UK prime minister Boris Johnson has announced new measures to tackle coronavirus. With new rules compelling the closure of bars and restaurants at 10pm, we ask Kate Nicholls, chief executive of the industry body UK Hospitality how the sector will cope. And Kim Sneppen, professor of biocomplexity at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen tells us how Denmark is handling a recent rise in coronavirus infections. Also in the programme, we're focusing this week on issues affecting voters in key battleground states ahead of November's US presidential election. Today, the BBC's Fergus Nicoll has been hearing how economic arguments could play on voters' minds in Pennsylvania. Plus, following India's ban of the popular Chinese social media app TikTok earlier this year, homegrown Indian competitors are filling the void. Chingari has managed to attract 30 million users to its platform in just three months, and we hear more from its founder, Sumit Ghosh. (Picture: A waitress takes an order in London. Picture credit: Getty Images.)