Joe Biden plan on dealing with Covid19 pandemic

In the 2020 United States Presidential election we saw record numbers of individuals voting and getting their voice heard. One of the biggest factors in this election is how we as Americans should plan for the Covid19 pandemic.

With 50% of the popular vote and 290 electoral votes Joe Biden was elected president of the United States. He will officially take office on January 21, 2020. Biden Administration released today their plan in dealing with Covid19 pandemic.

10 things you should know about Joe Biden Covid19 plan

  1. Defense Production Act will be used asking businesses to help with producing more PPE equipment (face masks, face shields ventilators, etc. )
  2. Invest 25 billion for a Covid19 vaccine and acquiring 1 vaccine for every American cost free
  3. Double amount of Covid19 testing locations across the United States
  4. Fund and look for resources to have Covid19 at home testing and instant results testing
  5. Restore partnership with World Health Organization for a global approach on pandemic for shared resources and lessons learned
  6. Give funding to small businesses affected by pandemic
  7. Provide funding for state and local governments to have needed resources
  8. Provide funding for schools to make needed adjustments for in person and virtual classes
  9. Require all individuals to wear masks in public places
  10. Create and implement a Nationwide Pandemic dashboard website letting individuals search by zip code finding amount of covid19 cases in area. (Currently not every state releases numbers by county)

On November 9th, 2020 the United States has passed a sad milestone reaching over 10 million Covid19 cases and 200,000 deaths.

Covid Cases – 10,141,888 cases

Deaths – 239, 825

States and territoriesCovid19 casesDeaths
Texas1,015,86119,255
California977,86517,977
Florida847,82117,391
New York536,12634,587
Illinois498,91310,563
Georgia408,3388,677
North Carolina294,6024,679
Tennessee287,7703,610
Wisconsin286,3802,410
Arizona259,6996,164
New Jersey259,63016,429
Ohio254,9745,524
Michigan238,3088,008
Pennsylvania229,3189,044
Indiana214,7554,664
Missouri212,4413,153
Alabama204,8573,084
Louisiana193,6016,048
Virginia193,4773,713
South Carolina186,3914,041
Minnesota184,8422,729
Massachusetts171,39910,375
Iowa157,8871,849
Maryland155,5204,221
Oklahoma138,4551,444
Utah134,868661
Colorado130,9842,168
Mississippi127,2053,443
Kentucky122,5671,576
Arkansas121,8662,085
Washington121,1972,447
Nevada110,9821,852
Kansas103,5531,181
Nebraska83,969703
Connecticut78,1254,671
Idaho72,961686
Puerto Rico72,753882
South Dakota56,311537
North Dakota55,463649
New Mexico54,8811,118
Oregon51,155734
Montana39,679456
Rhode Island38,0091,233
West Virginia28,404502
Delaware26,908719
Alaska19,71279
District of Columbia18,001654
Wyoming17,310114
Hawaii15,947221
New Hampshire12,488489
Maine7,897152
Guam5,47390
Vermont2,41559
U.S. Virgin Islands1,40523
Northern Mariana Islands1002
American Samoa00

Conclusion

Dealing with Covid19 pandemic realistically will continue to be in our lives for the next few years. Our role in helping to reduce spread of the disease is to continue with daily precautions.

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