White House COVID-19 Response Team holds news conference | USA TODAY

White House COVID-19 Response Team holds news conference | USA TODAY 1

 

The White House COVID-19 Response Team and public health officials hold a news conference in Washington DC about the coronavirus pandemic.

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Hours after signing a massive coronavirus relief bill into law, President Joe Biden commemorated the anniversary of the nation's shutdown over the pandemic Thursday night.

While encouraging the nation to work together and to "get vaccinated when it's your turn," Biden also made sure to acknowledge the grief and loss experienced by the entire nation, which has seen some 530,000 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

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