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Halting COVID-19 will take hard work, as Trump stumps non-stop – Biden

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Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden spoke to the media after voting at the Carvel National Office Building in Wilmington, Delaware, on October 28, 2020.
Democrat Biden reiterated on Wednesday (October 28) that he will resolve the COVID-19 epidemic from day 1 if he is elected president. But he warned that there is no magic “switch” to end the pandemic. Donald Trump insisted that he still won easily, dismissing his opponent as a Covid alarm.

Less than a week before the decision day. Biden held the presidential election in his hometown of Delaware and met with health experts. He adjusted the pandemic response plan to reassure voters that he would use science to fight against infectious disease.

The former vice president said in Wilmington:

“Even if I win it’s going to take a lot of hard work to end this pandemic.”

He added: “I’m not running on a false promise of being able to end this pandemic by flipping a switch.”

“But what I can promise you is this: We’ll start on Day 1 by doing the right thing. We’ll let science guide our decisions.”

Biden, 77, continues to cautiously conduct campaign activities until next Tuesday. He holds low-key activities with a small number of people with less social distance. These activities look completely different from the traditional scene at the conclusion of the White House competition.

On Saturday, Biden will assume the role of vice president, joining the Michigan stump with Barack Obama to gain some star power. This will be their first personal appearance in the 2020 campaign, even though Obama has been providing strategic timing broadsides in Trump’s hands.

STATE BY STATE

Trump is putting an extreme test of endurance to complete his campaign, holding a final vote to voters in swing states, and noting that he won in 2016 but must now defend.

After rallying supporters in three states on Tuesday, Trump, now 74, spent the night in a fourth place in Nevada before flying to Arizona to hold two more rallies.

Campaign officials said Trump plans to visit 10 states in the final week of the campaign and will hold 11 rallies in the last 48 hours.

Trump is flourishing in Arizona, referring to the color of Republicans: “It’s going to be a great, great red wave.”

“We love you! We love you!” the enthusiastic crowd chanted back. At another rally in Goodyear, Arizona, Trump predicted that he would repeat his 2016 experience, saying: “We’re going to have an even bigger surprise in six days”.

According to data collected by the University of Florida’s U.S. Election Program, more than 75 million people voted in face-to-face and mail in the early days. This is a record rate, accounting for more than 53% of the total voter turnout in 2016.

Biden visited Georgia on Tuesday, which is traditionally a Republican territory. He said he will travel to Florida, Wisconsin and Michigan at the end of the game.

All of these are the status of Trump’s victory in 2016, but this year is to be contested.

“NORMALITY” BY LATE-2021

Trump has repeatedly emphasized that the United States is reversing this pandemic. Howevr, the numbers do not prove it: more than 227,000 Americans have died and the daily average number of cases has risen.

On Wednesday, Trump maintained his contempt for Biden’s health and safety concerns. He saying that the Democratic Party would destroy the country through more blockades.

He said: “‘Sleepy Joe’ wants to keep everyone locked down forever.”

Trump said:

“If I weren’t president, if you had Sleepy Joe as your president, it would have taken you four years to have a vaccine. You would have never had a vaccine.”

Many drugmakers are racing to bring the coronavirus vaccine to the market. However, they are not expected to be ready before the election next week.

But Trump’s own chief infectious disease expert, Anthony Fauci, warned on Wednesday that even if the Covid-19 vaccine is released this year. It will not reach “some semblances of normality” until “the end of 2021 and perhaps even into the next year”

Biden criticized the president, calling his administration’s response to the pandemic “an insult to every single person suffering from COVID-19 and every family who’s lost a loved one.”

Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in the United States and Europe, and the United States Congress has not yet reached an agreement on a new pandemic relief package, Dow Jones fell 3.4% on Wednesday.

The White House also stated that it closely monitors the situation in Philadelphia. After that, riots and robberies for the second day in a row left the city on the brink. This was the fatal killing of a black man by a policeman. This was the most recent anger in the United States.

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