The death toll from COVID-19 in the United States is expected to exceed 300,000 in December
Thanksgiving is coming, and the epidemic in the United States is still not optimistic. On November 25th local time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a national overall epidemic forecast, predicting that by December 19, the death toll in the United States will rise to 294,000 to 321,000.
In response, Biden spoke on Thanksgiving Eve, calling on the nation to end the division and unite to deal with the novel coronavirus epidemic. He reminded the nation that people are fighting COVID-19, not each other, stressing the need to remain unwavering and redouble their efforts to fight the epidemic. In addition, Biden urged citizens to change their Thanksgiving celebrations and maintain social distancing, while revealing that his family will not hold large gatherings on Thanksgiving this year, as usual.
There was no significant crowding during the Thanksgiving parade in the United States this year, and many Americans chose to spend it alone. Some families choose to eat together by video call.