Biden commemorated the 400,000 Americans who died in the Covid-19 outbreak in the capital Washington, where he will take an oath as the 46th President after hours.
US President Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who was elected vice president, held a commemoration ceremony for 400,000 people who died in the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic in Washington, where he came for the oath ceremony.
Biden, who attended the ceremony held at Lincoln Memorial with his wife Jill Biden, gave a short speech here. “We need to remember in order to heal.
It is sometimes difficult to remember, but it is important to remember as a nation to heal, and that’s why we are here today to remember what we lost.” said.
Biden will be the 46th president of the United States at the handover ceremony that will begin tomorrow at around 11:30 am local time under heavy security.
US President Donald Trump will not attend the inauguration ceremony, but Vice President Mike Pence will attend the ceremony.