More than 176,000 people in the United States died from the Chinese coronavirus during President Joe Biden’s first 14 weeks in office.
An estimated 176,407 people in the U.S. died due to complications from the coronavirus during Biden’s first 14 weeks in the White House, according to statistics provided by Johns Hopkins University.
When Biden first took office, the nationwide coronavirus death toll was 397,611. Just one month later — February 20 — that number climbed to 497,374. By March 20, the number surpassed 500,000, bringing the nationwide death toll to 542,379 coronavirus-related deaths.
Once the president completed his third month in office, the nation suffered a total of 568,284 coronavirus-related deaths.
Now, the U.S. has seen a total of 574,018 deaths at the completion of Biden’s fourteenth week in office.
Meanwhile, as the president prepares his first address to Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) plans to exclude 1,400