President-elect Joe Biden speaks on COVID-19, the economy
Biden, who was joined by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, discusses the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the state of the economy and the Trump administration's obstruction in the transfer of power.
Biden announces his COVID-19 advisory board and his plan to combat the pandemic. President-elect Joe Biden held a COVID-19 briefing.
"There's a need for bold action to fight this pandemic."
"I will spare no effort to turn this pandemic around once we're sworn in on January 20th. To get our kids back to school safely, our businesses growing and our economy running at full speed again. And to get an approved vaccine manufactured and distributed as quickly as possible to as many Americans as possible free of charge.
"I implore you, wear a mask. Do it for yourself. Do it your neighbor. A mask is not a political statement, but it is a good way to start pulling the country together." President-elect Joe Biden makes remarks on his plan to fight COVID-19 after a briefing from his newly appointed transition COVID-19 advisory board. SHORT, ONE SENTENCE DESCRIPTION
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