When the number of deaths from the new crown in the United States exceeded 700,000, US President Biden issued a statement on October 2 in which he called on the public to be vaccinated while remembering the dead. According to a statement published on the White House website, Biden said, “In order to heal the pain, we must remember that when our country mourns the death of 700,000 Americans at the painful milestone of the new crown epidemic, we must not be numb to the grief. On this day and Every day, we must remember all those lost in this pandemic. We will pray for those relatives who have lost part of their souls.”
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Biden then called on the American people to get the new crown vaccine. “The alarming death toll reminds once again how important (us) vaccination is. (Vaccination) is safe, free, and simple. And because of the vaccine, we have made remarkable progress in the fight against the new crown epidemic in the past eight months. 12 More than three-quarters of Americans ages and older received at least one dose of the vaccine—including nearly 94% of the elderly. During this pandemic, many Americans suffered unbearable losses, but many families (because of Vaccine) survived this.”
Biden finally said, “If you have not been vaccinated yet, please vaccinate. It can save the lives of you and your loved ones. It will help us overcome the new crown epidemic and move forward together as one country.”
The latest statistics on the new crown epidemic released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States on the 1st showed that as of 20:21 on the 1st of the United States Eastern Time (8:21 on the 2nd, Beijing time), the cumulative number of deaths from the new crown in the United States exceeded 700,000. There were 700,258 cases and a total of 43,615,149 confirmed cases. According to data, the state with the most cumulative new crown deaths in the United States is California, with 69,225; followed by Texas, with 65,529; New York and Florida, with more than 55,000 cumulative deaths.