Biden honors 500K US COVID-19 deaths with ceremony

President Biden plans to kill 500,000 people from COVID-19 in the US with a candle lighting ceremony on Monday, according to the White House.

On Sunday, Biden’s press schedule stated that the president would give a heartfelt speech at the cross halls of the White House on the death of the humming people.

“The President will comment on the lost lives to COVID-19 in the Cross Hall,” the schedule states.

“[He will then] Organize a silent and candle lighting ceremony at the South Portico.

Biden will honor the lives lost due to the illness – which according to state health officials on Sunday, hovering at just under 500,000 – with Vice President Kamala Harris and First Lady Jill Biden.

Benedian and Harris held a ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial to honor lost people for coronoviruses of 400,000 before being taken into office last month.

“To recover, we must remember,” Biden said at the time.

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