On Thursday, President Joe Biden delivered his first prime-time address to the Nation, just hours after he signed his $1.9 trillion COVID Relief Bill into Law one day early. The Speech — the start of a Campaign to promote the package and what it will do for the American people, including a new timeline for Vaccines.
President Joe Biden, marking a somber occasion — one year since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a Global Pandemic. In a 25-minute speech, Biden reflected upon more than 530,000 US lives lost, praised Americans’ resilience, and prepared the Nation for more challenges ahead.
The President talked about how he believes the nearly Two Trillion Dollar COVID Relief package he signed into Law Thursday afternoon is going to help restore normalcy to American life. President Biden saying: “All adult Americans will be eligible to get a vaccine no later than May 1.” The Speech — the kickoff of a Campaign by the White House to let American voters know what they’re getting.
The effort will see Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and Cabinet Members travel to multiple States to highlight Federal Aid Programs funded by the Bill and bat back against Republican criticism. Biden’s first stop on the tour will be next Tuesday in Pennsylvania.