November 27, 2022

Biden Optimistic About US Progress in COVID Fight | Voice of America

President Joe Biden is in the U.S. southern state of Virginia Friday, where he is delivering remarks about the progress the country has made in decreasing COVID-19 infections and increasing the vaccination rate.

“The future is going to be brighter,” President Biden told the crowd, citing a drastic drop in coronavirus infections.

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