US' 500,000 Deaths
Daily Mirror - Sri Lanka|February 24, 2021
A ‘heartbreaking’ milestone: biden

An emotional President Joe Biden called the milestone of more than 500,000 US deaths from Covid-19 “heartbreaking” on Monday and urged the country to unite against the pandemic.

“I know what it’s like,” Biden said in a national television address, referring to his own long history of family tragedies.

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