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    urge the public

    Please help me correct the paragraph. Thanks!

    Industry observers and health experts expect the government to pay more attention to the issue since disposable chopsticks can be dangerous to health. They urge the public that diners take along their own chopsticks for meals.
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    Re: urge the public

    They urge the public that diners take


    They urge the public to take

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