© Reuters. US President Joe Biden visited the IBEW/NECA Union Electrician Training Center in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 21, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Cincinnati (Reuters)-On Wednesday, President Joe Biden launched his city hall in an Ohio Republican-backed district, calling on skeptical Americans to be vaccinated because the rising number of COVID-19 cases could undermine the China’s economic rebound after the pandemic.
“Look, it’s really simple. We have a pandemic for those who have not been vaccinated. It’s that basic, it’s that simple. Recently, 10,000 people have died. Of these, about 9,950 people were not vaccinated. People. Not vaccinated,” Biden said.
White House officials said that the event held in part of Cincinnati last November will give former Republican President Donald Trump a strong vote, which will give Democrat Biden an opportunity to reflect on his first six months in office and directly appeal to the United States. People get vaccinated.
Biden’s city hall, which aired on CNN, marked his third visit to the state as COVID-19 cases rose in a fatal mutation, and White House vaccination efforts were stalled by a wave of disinformation and suspicion Not move forward.
Suppressed demand coupled with supply-side challenges has pushed up consumer product prices and raised concerns about inflation. The $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal is one of the president’s top priorities, but its fate is also uncertain in Congress, where the Democrats hold only a small majority.
The Cincinnati incident gave Biden the opportunity to directly discuss his economic proposals with Americans and try to persuade unvaccinated people to get vaccinated. Biden was sometimes criticized for his dumb speech while reading the teleprompter’s speech.
He will highlight his plan to replace aging and dangerous infrastructure, a topic that resonated strongly in Cincinnati, where the Spencer Bridge is often closed to traffic.
Experts say that since the 1990s, federal standards have rated the bridge as “functionally obsolete,” and it usually carries twice the number of vehicles it was designed for.
Biden expressed optimism that Congress will advance the bipartisan infrastructure package during its stay at the Cincinnati Union Training Facility in front of City Hall.
“Yes, we will,” Biden said when asked if he would get an infrastructure deal.
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