Biden coughs 13 times in 70 seconds

I have a little cold. ” US President-elect Biden, who has just delivered his speech, admitted in a phone call with supporters that he is not feeling well. Earlier, the electoral college confirmed Biden’s victory.
At about 19:30 local time on the 14th, Biden delivered a speech in Wilmington, Delaware, after the US electoral college confirmed that Biden officially won the presidential election. According to the latest news from Fox News, Biden’s voice was a little hoarse when he delivered his speech, and stopped to clear his voice many times. After the speech, Biden admitted in an online call with supporters that he had a cold.
“Thank you. I have a little cold, I’m sorry, but look, you know, you did it, you did it, it’s not a joke.” “This presidential campaign is more like my first run for the Senate when I was 29,” Biden said. I believe that ordinary people and extraordinary people will work together to achieve the goal. You didn’t let us down. You have not let the country down. I’m serious. Think about it. “
Fox also mentioned that Biden’s and Harris’s team had been frequently tested for new coronavirus in recent weeks. According to the White House reporter, Biden’s last test for new coronavirus was last Friday (11th), and the result was negative.
According to on December 15, local time, 538 voters from the Electoral College of the United States cast electoral votes according to the results of state elections, confirming that Democrat Biden won the US election and became the next president of the United States. Later in the day, Biden sent an article on social media to thank the Americans.
“5.7 million people helped us win the election campaign, which makes me humble forever.” Biden also announced on twitter that a telephone thank you event would be held at 8:45 p.m. on the same day (14th) to thank all supporters.
According to US media reports, Biden has won 302 electoral votes so far, 70 ahead of Trump’s 232. According to the constitution of the United States and the amendment to the constitution, a presidential candidate can be elected with more than half of the electoral votes, that is, 270 votes.
U.S. infectious disease expert and director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases recommended that President trump, vice president of the U.S. trump, President-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect Harris be vaccinated with the new crown vaccine, according to CNN’s 15 daily.
According to reports, Fudge was interviewed by ABC’s “Good Morning America” program on the 15th local time. “You know, we still need to protect those who are very important to our country,” fudge said in an interview
“Although the president himself has been infected with [the new coronavirus], the antibodies in his body may play a protective role, but we are not sure how long this protection will last.” “I would advise him (the president) and the vice president to get vaccinated,” he said
Fudge also said he really strongly recommended that President elect Biden and vice president elect Harris be vaccinated “as soon as possible,” CNN said.
“You’re going to want him to be fully protected when he takes office in January next year,” fudge said of Biden, “so this (vaccination) will be something I strongly recommend.”
On November 11, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the emergency use authorization application of the new crown vaccine jointly developed by Pfizer Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. and German biotechnology company. This is the first vaccine approved for emergency use in the United States. Robert Redfield, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention, signed a proposal to use the vaccine on the 13th.
On the 14th, the United States launched the new crown vaccination, the first group of people to be vaccinated were medical staff and people living in long-term care institutions such as nursing homes. In addition, a number of media disclosed that the priority targets for vaccination include not only susceptible and high-risk groups, but also “high-level groups”, namely, senior White House officials and people around the president.
According to CCTV news, on December 15 local time, the Presidential Inaugural Committee Novel coronavirus pneumonia (Committee) released the initial details of Biden’s inauguration early next year. The committee said that the ceremony would be simplified and the activity scope would be “extremely limited”, which was also required to reconsider the tradition of parade after inauguration. In addition, the Committee urged the public to “avoid any travel and participate in the Inauguration at home” when President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in.
The president’s Inaugural Committee hired Dr. David Kessler, the former director of the food and drug administration, as its chief medical adviser. It also said it would consult other medical experts to make recommendations on epidemic prevention and health programs for the inauguration ceremony and related celebrations. Biden said in the summer that he didn’t want to wear a mask at the inauguration ceremony, and according to his aides, he still wanted to. But the Inaugural Committee determined that all would be required to comply with the guidelines for wearing masks and maintaining social distance.
In addition, the Inaugural Committee also confirmed that Biden and vice president elect camara Harris will be sworn in at the U.S. Capitol.
The vaccine is coming. Will the U.S. epidemic be solved in the short term? New York governor Andrew Cuomo said the vaccine was like the dawn at the end of the tunnel, “but it’s a long tunnel.”.
Antony Fauci, director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases, stressed on the 14th that the start of the distribution of vaccines does not mean that the American people can relax the routine public health measures. Vaccines cannot replace, including mouth wear