“We must put an end to this policy of misinformation that has divided families, communities and an entire country, which has cost so many lives. Those who died are not Democrats or Republicans, they are our fellow Americans, our neighbors. They are our friends, mothers, fathers, daughters, wives and wives. We must fight together, as a united people, as the United States of America. It is the only way to defeat this virus. I promise you “, Biden declared, after a moment of silence, at the White House.
He added that Americans must not become immune to these loss of life, to suffering, adding that “we cannot accept this cruel destiny as a nation.”
In total, the United States has reached 500,071 people who have died from coronavirus and more than 28 million cases of contamination.
“More Americans have died in this pandemic than in World War I, World War II and the Vietnam War,” President Joe Biden said in a proclamation. “I promise you that this nation will smile again,” he said.
The US has been hardest hit by the pandemic globally. The first death of COVID-19 in the United States was announced in late February 2020. It was about three months before the country exceeded the 100,000 death threshold, another four months to 200,000 and another nearly three months to 300,000.
Former President Donald Trump has been repeatedly criticized for managing the health crisis, trying to minimize its effects and the severity of the new coronavirus, although, according to his own statements later published by journalist Bob Woodward in the book “Anger,” Trump still knew at first SARS-VOC-2 is more deadly than a common flu.
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