Hours when the United States crossed the limitFrom President Biden commemorated those who lost their lives in the past year on Monday night.In the past year of the pandemic, no country has lost more lives than the United States
In his brief speech at the White House, he said: “Today, we mark a truly grim, heartbreaking milestone.” “There are 500,071 deaths. In this pandemic, more Americans died within a year than the first time in the world. The war, the Second World War and the Vietnam War combined are more.”
Biden said that for individuals and nations, commemoration is an important part of the recovery process. Shortly before the incident, the President ordered the White House flag to be reduced to half. From the residence of the President’s White House to the South Lawn, Kanders stepped up the steps, the president, first lady Jill Biden, vice president Kamala Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff looked in silence The South Lawn.
Biden said: “This is your treatment-you must remember.” “As a nation, it is also important to do this. Those who have lost loved ones, this is what I know: they will never really disappear . They will always be part of your heart.”
The president lost his first wife and daughter in a car accident decades ago, and his son Beau (Beau) died after battling cancer in 2015. He expressed sympathy for those who lost their loved ones last year.
Biden said: “I know what it’s like not to be there when things happen. I know what it feels like to hold their hand when you are there and look into their eyes as they slip away.” “…you meet. The movie theater. You share the morning coffee.”
The President called on the country to continue to take preventive measures to prevent more deaths. He said it has nothing to do with politics, but with neighbors, friends, children, husbands and wives.
He said: “We must fight against it as a nation. As the United States of America…the only way to avoid more suffering and more loss.
Overall, the number of daily cases and deaths is declining, and more than 44 million Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine on a two-dose schedule.
Despite the shocking consequences of the virus, former Food and Drug Administration Director Dr. Scott Gottlieb believes that in the coming months, people will feel optimistic. In “Facing the Country” on CBS News on Sunday,“I think we will continue to see a decline in infection rates in the spring and summer. Now, they have fallen very sharply.” Although he believes that the United States will never gain “real” herd immunity, because a large number of Americans are affected Infection, and more and more people are being vaccinated, the spread of this disease is “much slower.”