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a. He refused to close his bar because of the pandemic.

b. He refused to close his bar because there was a pandemic.

Are the above sentences grammatically correct, and do they make sense?

The intended meaning is:

  1. He had to close his bar because of the pandemic and he refused to do it.

AND NOT

  1. Because of the pandemic, he refused to close his bar.

Many thanks

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