Joe Biden says the COVID pandemic in the United States is over, what are the impacts?


United States (USA) President Joe Biden said the COVID-19 pandemic in his country is over. He made this claim in an interview on Sunday (9/18/2022).

Suddenly, Biden’s statement got health experts to respond. With the death toll continuing to occur in the United States, many have criticized Biden.

One of these was revealed by Brown University School of Public Health Dean, Dr Megan Ranney, who referred to the recent death toll.


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“Is a pandemic DIFFERENT? Sure,” he said in a Twitter post, quoted by the Miami Herald, on Tuesday (9/20/2022).

“But the end? With 400 deaths a day ?! I call it bullshit,” Ranney added.

Similar comments were made by epidemiologist and health economist Dr Eric Feigl-Ding. He said that nearly a week ago the death rate from COVID-19 in the United States was still relatively high.

“With all due respect, @JoeBiden – you are wrong. The pandemic is not over yet,” he wrote in a Twitter post.

“Nearly 3,000 Americans die of # COVID19 every week.”

According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the week before September 15, 2,743 people died from COVID-19 in the United States. Based on these data, there are approximately 391 deaths every day.

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