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'Covid is not over': Top US health expert after Joe Biden's 'pandemic is over' remarks

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@JoeBiden — you’re wrong. Pandemic is not over. Almost 3,000 Americans are dying from #COVID19 every single week.A weekly 9/11 is a very big deal.

Don’t even get me started on #LongCOVID—wreaking havoc on millions more. pic.twitter.com/p0dI3BE0oh Dr Eric Feigl Ding, an epidemiologist and health economist and Chief of Covid Task Force at the New England Complex Systems Institute, US. "The pandemic is over," Biden said during an interview conducted with CBS' "60 Minutes" program on Wednesday on the sidelines of the Detroit auto show. "If you notice, no one's wearing masks.

Everybody seems to be in pretty good shape. And so I think it's changing." “I hope every Democratic Member of Congress joins me in questioning the administration on this.

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