Coronavirus: Joe Biden, not to hold the rally campaign


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“I will follow the orders doc,” Mr. Biden said

US Democrat Joe Biden has declared that he will not hold the presidential rally campaign during the coronavirus pandemic.

“This is the most unusual part of the campaign, I think, in modern history,” Biden said at a press conference in Delaware.

His rival, President Donald Trump, saw lower than expected rally participation rates in the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma in June and his campaign has not announced new rallies.

Opinion polls show Mr. Biden, with almost double the figures ahead of Mr. Trump as of November 3, the election of looms.

Biden told reporters on Tuesday, “I’m going to follow the order doc – not just for myself but for the whole country – and that means I’m not going to be organizing rallies.

“I’m not going to be organizing rallies. ”

Former Barack Obama vice president also said he has not yet been tested for Covid-19, which has killed nearly 130,000 people in the United States.

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Citing the pandemic case, Mr. Biden has limited his public appearances, to conduct interviews from a makeshift TV studio in his basement, leading to the trump card of the dub campaign ‘Hidin’ Biden ”

Tuesday, Mr. Biden had the president’s goal for his handling of the pandemic.

“Month after month, as other leaders and other countries have taken the necessary steps to get the virus under control, Donald Trump has failed us,” Mr. Biden said, before mocking Mr. Trump’s statement that he was “a president at war”.

“It appears that our president at war surrendered, waved the white flag and left the battlefield,” Mr. Biden said.

The Democrat’s announcement comes as top researcher Dr. Anthony Fauci told the Senate that he “would not be surprised to see that” if there were new cases of the virus in the country, 100,000 bottles per day.

“Clearly, we are not in control now,” says Dr. Fauci, testified, warning is not enough that Americans are wearing masks or social distancing.

On Tuesday, business increased by more than 40,000 in one day for the fourth time in five days.

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