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January 22, 2021 "Many Americans are suffering, we must act now. It is a national emergency and we must treat it as such": with these words, sitting at the desk in the Oval Office at the White House, flanked by Vice President, Kamala Harris, the US president, Joe Biden, has signed two executive orders to give immediate economic aid to Americans brought to their knees by the Covid pandemic.
"We can't, we don't want to, let people go hungry. We can't allow people to be evicted for something they aren't responsible for. We can't watch people lose their jobs and stand still. We need to act now. It's not alone. it is a moral obligation to treat our fellow Americans with the dignity and respect they deserve. "
"We must act decisively and boldly to grow the economy for all Americans. Not just for tomorrow, but for the future."
Covid will cause over 600,000 deaths in the US
Covid will cause "more than 600,000 deaths" in the US: this is the estimate made today by the new president Joe Biden while presenting his latest executive orders.
Currently, the United States has over 412,000 victims.