A ceremony held outside the White House in which President Joe Biden remembered the 500,000 Americans who lost their lives to COVID-19. He urged Americans to wear masks and take other necessary steps to prevent the spread of deadly viruses in the country.
He also told the public that the death toll from the coronavirus pandemic is greater than the number of people killed in World War I, World War II, and other wars like those in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan combined.
Biden said that the people we lost were extraordinary, very beloved, and spanned generations. They were born in the United States and emigrated, but took their last breath alone in the United States. Being a nation, we cannot accept such a bad fate. We fight the pandemic and resist becoming numb to pain.
The United States of America has about 4 percent of the world’s population, has 25 percent of covid-19 cases, and about 20 percent of deaths. Although the country has a massive vaccination campaign. According to experts, they expect about 90,000 more deaths in the coming months.
The pandemic has made life miserable, very tough, and nearly 4.5 million grieving family members in the US for every US citizen who died from a coronavirus, according to an estimate of nine grieving family members.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the nation reaches a terrifyingly historic milestone, we are looking for signs of better days ahead. We will have infections, hospitalizations, and deaths declining from the January peak. But we have two highly effective vaccines as drugs and we will soon get the third.
We are in a race with time, because the coronavirus makes its variants and spreads throughout the country and threatens us to unleash a new increase in infections.
The White House coronavirus team announced this weekend that they found a sharp decline in cases this month. The infections are almost the same as in the summer of recent years and life may not suddenly return to normal, it will take some time.
We are doing our job, vaccination efforts continue, all officials are doing their job perfectly, they are preaching vigilance and telling the public to take mitigating measures of social distancing, masking, hand washing, and avoiding unnecessary meetings. Hoping to prevent another wave of covid-19 variants
Democrats in Congress are trying to pass President Joe Biden’s entire $ 1.9 trillion aid package proposal in mid-March. This also included the renewal of the protection program paycheck and an extension of the federal push for employer benefits.
States will administer annual exams for students in 2021, the U.S. Department of Education announced Monday that they may delay or modify the tests.
According to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, teachers are more likely to transmit the virus than students, and it has sparked a new debate about opening schools.
The California government plans to sign a covid aid package on Tuesday that will include $ 600 support for more than 5.7 million low-income people. State lawmakers approved this bill on Monday.
Johnson & Johnson to Provide 20 Million Vaccine Doses by End of March
Vaccine and drug makers Johnson & Johnson said they will provide about twenty million doses of vaccine to the American nation of the single-shot COVID-19 vaccine until the end of the march. And they hope to obtain authorization from the federal authorities.
They revealed the figure before a congressional hearing on Tuesday after analyzing the supply of vaccines in the country. White House officials have said the initial supply of J & J’s vaccine may be limited.
The company explained that they have the capacity to supply up to 100 million doses of vaccines until the end of June. it will help government authorities to achieve their goals. The company officials announced that it will produce around 1 billion doses this year worldwide.
The US health regulatory authority is still reviewing the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine injections, and the decision to allow its emergency use is expected after a week. It would be the first single-dose or single-shot vaccine in the United States of America
But primary precautions like masking, social distancing, and hand washing are still required.