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March 11, 2021: Remarks on the Anniversary of the Coronavirus Shutdown

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Joe Biden

March 11, 2021

Source The White House

On the first anniversary of the shutdown due to Covid-19, President Joe Biden gives his first prime-time televised address to the American people. He remembers all the losses of the past year and the more than 500,000 people who died from Covid. He touts the efforts to vaccinate all Americans throughout the country, pledging "all adult Americans will be eligible to get a vaccine no later than May 1." He also mentions the American Rescue Plan, an historic piece of legislation that he signed to deliver immediate relief to millions of people.

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March 11, 2021: Remarks on the Anniversary of the Coronavirus Shutdown

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