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WASHINGTON – The President Joe Biden, He assured this Saturday that the United States “does not give up” while being “more optimistic than ever” about the future of the country in his message to the country for the New Year.
In a recorded message, Biden highlighted America’s ability to excel, the country hardest hit in the world by the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 800,000 deceased.
“No matter how tough the challenge is, how high the obstacles are, we always move forward. The virus has been hard, but we have been even tougher, “said the mandate.
“We have learned again what we have always known: the US does not give up,” he remarked.
He also noted that looking to 2022 “he is more optimistic than ever” about the “future of the United States.”
Biden spends the end of the year holidays at his private residence in Wilmington, in the state of Delaware.
The United States is registering a new record of COVID-19 infections with the arrival of the Omicron variant, with more than 400,000 new cases daily, although experts point out that this variant causes less serious diseases.
In the country, more than 62% of the population already has the complete vaccination schedule, and more than 33% have received the booster dose.