Say it is so, Joe
As Joe Biden prepares to enter the White House 66 days from now, he is facing a humanitarian disaster, with coronavirus continuing to rage across the US in a welter of deaths and infections
By January 20, the day Joe Biden is scheduled to be sworn in as the US’s 46th President, as many as 400,000 American lives could be lost as a result of the coronavirus pandemic that has ravaged the United States since February, medical experts have warned.
If deaths and new infections continue at the current rate – on Thursday there were 153,000 new cases and almost 2,000 deaths – the number of confirmed infections could...
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