Biden to extend U.S. national emergency due to COVID-19 health risk

Biden to extend U.S. national emergency due to COVID-19 health risk

Biden to extend U.

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national emergency due to COVID-19 health risk

WASHINGTON, 18th February, 2022 – U.

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President Joe Biden said on Friday the U.

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national emergency declared in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be extended beyond March 1 due to the ongoing risk to public health posed by the coronavirus.

Biden said the deaths of more than 900,000 Americans from COVID-19 emphasised the need to respond to the pandemic with “the full capacity” of the federal government.

“There remains a need to continue this national emergency,” Biden said in a letter on Friday to the speaker of the House of Representatives and the president of the Senate.

The letter was released by the White House.

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