He said that due to Trump's stubborn stance, Corona could kill even more American people. Biden says that if Trump does not cooperate in the process of transfer of power, it will prove fatal for many American citizens.
Joe Biden, who emerged victorious in the US presidential election, cautioned in his statement that it is even more lethal if current President Donald Trump does not cooperate in the process of transfer of power. If Trump really hinders the way to deal with the deadly Corona virus epidemic, many more Americans may die.
Let the media show that the Democratic Party candidate Biden was won in the counting of presidential elections held on November 3. Biden has 306 votes for the Electoral College, which is more than the 270 needed to win. However, Trump, the Republican nominee, has sparked a legal battle in several decisive states alleging election fraud.
In response to a question about President Donald Trump's refusal to accept defeat and his administration's refusal to cooperate in the transfer process, Biden said in his home state of Delaware on Monday that if we don't keep pace with more people Death can occur.
The US government agency – the General Services Administration (GSA) – which begins the process of transfer of power, has not yet recognized Biden and Kamala Harris as winners. The head of this agency is a person appointed by the Trump administration.
He said that the vaccine is important and it is of no importance until the vaccine is given to you. How America will get the vaccine and how 300 million American people will be vaccinated, what is the plan for this, is a question. It will also have to work with the World Health Organization and the rest of the world in dealing with it.
He said that if it had to wait till January 20 next year (presidential swearing-in ceremony), America would be left behind by about one and a half months. Covid-19 cases in the US have increased significantly in recent times. There has been a big jump in new cases daily.
For the first time since the outbreak began, there have been more than 160,000 cases a day. More than 2,47,000 people have died due to the disease in the US. America's top infectious disease specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci has also warned that the country's condition may worsen in winter.