The US has been boiling for the past few days as the election results are unfolding. The media proclaimed Joe Biden as the president of the US. However, Donald Trump is still making a point about fraudulent activities that have been taking place involving mail-in ballots.
Here’s what Trump had to say about the subject: “Mail-in ballots are very dangerous – there’s tremendous fraud involved.”
Anyway, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are already making plans about how the new administration will try and deal with the pandemic in the US.
New changes in the coronavirus issue approach
The two said that they would move the US Covid-19 pandemic response in a dramatically different direction.
“The pandemic is getting significantly more worrisome all across the country,” Biden said on Friday.
He continued and explained that “I want everyone to know on day one, we’re going to put our plan to control this virus into action.”
CNN noted that by the time Biden takes office January 20, the influential University of Washington Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation model projects that we’ll be seeing more than 372,000 Covid-19 deaths – that’s 135,000 more than the current total.
“By the time that the Biden-Harris administration takes over, this virus is going to have already run rampant through the communities across the United States,” Dr Megan Ranney, an emergency physician at Brown University, said Sunday on CNN.
Something that Biden promised will take place is more testing and contact tracing.
We suggest that you check out CNN’s original article in order to learn more details about the issue.
Coronavirus vaccine issues
The whole world is waiting for a vaccine these days that could end the global crisis and bring back normality.
On the other hand, it’s been recently revealed that drugmaker Johnson & Johnson said this Monday that they had paused the advanced clinical trial of the experimental coronavirus vaccine due to an unexplained illness that appeared in one of the volunteers.