President Donald Trump and Democratic Alliance opponent Joe Biden on Monday are under a full week of campaigning ahead of the Nov. 3 election, as charges of overcrowding of coronavirus and the outbreak of COVID-19 among Deputy President Mike Pence workers end the race epidemic.
Trump has called for progress in the fight against the disease as the United States also sets records in recent days of daily infections, while Pence continues the campaign on Sunday even though close aides find out they have it.
Biden blamed the president for his commitment to the epidemic that has killed an estimated 225,000 people in the United States.
With just eight days to go before election day, more than 59.1 million Americans are already voting in person or by post, a speedy voting that could lead to the highest turnout in more than a century, according to data from the US Elections Project at the University of Florida.
On Monday, Trump will head to Pennsylvania, a critical state that is in close proximity to regular candidates, and will speak at rallies in Allentown, Lititz and Martinsburg. He is scheduled for more trips to Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin this week, as well as trips to Nebraska, Arizona and Nevada.
Biden is expected to continue living in his home state of Delaware on Monday. He is expected to travel to Georgia on Tuesday, stopping at Atlanta and Warm Springs, a city of about 400 when Democratic Alliance President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who took office in a state of deep depression and unveiled his New Deal recovery plan, died in 1945.
That push for the Southern Province, which went to Trump in 2016 by about 5 percent and did not support a candidate for the presidential election since 1992, shows Biden’s efforts to increase his party’s reach as votes show competitiveness in the province.
Despite Biden’s strong leadership in the national opinion polls, competition in the most critical forums such as Florida and Pennsylvania that can decide on the outcome seems imminent. Biden will be assisted by appearances in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday by former President Barack Obama, who served as vice president under him.
SURGE IN VIRUS Cases
The United States has seen the highest number of new COVID-19 cases in the past two days, giving Biden’s campaign an opportunity to remind voters of how Trump and his allies have disregarded the advice of public health professionals to wear masks and look for public interference in anti-COVID transmission guidelines. -19.
“No nation in the world has recovered as it has recovered,” Trump told a delighted New Hampshire fan base on Sunday, many without wearing protective masks.
White House Human Resources Manager Mark Meadows said on Sunday that managers would “not control the epidemic,” instead focusing on vaccines and treatment.
Biden, who echoed Trump’s response to the virus throughout the campaign, called on Meadows’ words to acknowledge that they have “given up their basic task of protecting the American people.”
Pence’s chief of staff, Marc Short, was tested for the virus on Saturday along with several other senior aides. Despite the outbreak, the White House said the vice president would continue to campaign. Pence, who found out he did not have it, according to a spokesman late Saturday, visited North Carolina on Sunday and will be in Minnesota on Monday.
The arrival of vice-president staff has marked the latest White House COVID-19 cases, including Trump, first wife Melania Trump, their son, Barron, and several aides and allies.