President BidenJoe BidenClose to 70 dead in states with severe winter weather: report Two more deaths confirmed in Louisiana related to severe winter weather Lawyer who filed suit to reverse 2020 election results referred by judge for discipline MORE will maintain a second of silence Monday night for the People who’ve died of coronavirus, the White Home stated.
The nation is predicted to surpass 500,000 coronavirus deaths Monday.
“Within the night, the President will ship remarks on the lives misplaced to COVID-19 within the Cross Corridor. The First Woman, the Vice President, and the Second Gentleman shall be in attendance,” the White Home stated in a press launch.
“Then, the President, the First Woman, the Vice President, and the Second Gentleman will maintain a second of silence and candle lighting ceremony at sunset within the South Portico.”
Based on information from Johns Hopkins College, the U.S. has confirmed 498,879 deaths as of Sunday night. Globally, the U.S. has reported essentially the most deaths because of the coronavirus out of every other nation. Brazil, the nation with the second highest variety of coronavirus deaths, has reported roughly half the quantity the U.S. has.
The day earlier than his inauguration day, Biden held a lighting ceremony on the Lincoln Memorial to honor these died from COVID-19. Biden has dedicated to vaccinating not less than 100 million folks in his first 100 days in workplace.