Ali Cinar

Ali Cinar

Democratic Presidential Candidate Biden:" If I get elected, the coronavirus vaccine will be free."

With COVID-19 cases climbing to 9 million, the number of casualties reached 230 thousand in the U.S., which is currently the epicenter of COVID-19. A critical warning has come from experts as the number of cases in the U.S. continues to rise at pace. In the announcement, it was stated that the number of deaths could reach 480,000 in February unless all Americans wear masks. The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Jerome Adams, stated that the number of patients being admitted to hospitals had begun to increase in 75% of the hospitals throughout the U.S., where the number of daily cases has increased to 85,000.

Having announced his plan to fight COVID-19, the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate Joe Biden accused President Trump of failing to do so.

Biden, who addressed voters in Wilmington, DE, with 10 days to go until the November 3 elections, said, “When a safe and effective vaccine is found, the COVID-19 vaccine will be free for everyone, whether you have health insurance or not.”

Biden, who criticized his biggest rival Trump and his administration, said that the U.S. had faced a great crisis for around eight months, but President Trump did not have any plans to solve this crisis. Arguing that COVID-19 dwarfed anything the U.S. faced in the recent history, “and (it) isn’t showing any signs of slowing down,” as Biden said.

The 77-year-old politician, who stated that he would prepare a national plan regarding COVID-19 as a matter of urgency if elected, said, “We will overcome the pandemic and return to our normal lives with this plan.”

Biden had criticized Donald Trump severely in his latest speech, which was broadcast on television, saying, “He has abandoned you, your family and the whole United States.”

Biden intends to impose a mask mandate and bill the COVID-19 tests, PPE supply, reopening guidelines, and the distribution of vaccines to the government. He stated,  “I'll reach out to every governor in every state, red and blue, as well as mayors and local officials during the transition to find out what support they need and how much of it they need. I’ll ask the new Congress to put a bill on my desk by the end of January, with all the resources necessary to see how both our public health and our economic response can be seen through the end, what is needed.”

The Biden Plan to combat Covid-19 and prepare for future global health threats:

More Details:

Current COVID-19 Status in the U.S.:

COVID-19 Cases: 8,823,899

Total Deaths: 230,045 

Total Recovered: 5,735,731

Reference: Worldmeter


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Highlights of the Trump-Biden Final Debate

The second and final Trump-Biden debate took place in Nashville, Tennessee. To prevent the candidates from interrupting each other within the framework of the new rules set by the Commission on Presidential Debate , President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden had two minutes of uninterrupted time to speak at the beginning of every 15-minute segment of the debate.

-It was more calm and civilized than the first debate, and it was not overlooked that President Trump went to the discussion in a more careful and prepared way.

-Covid-19 struggle, immigration reform, economy, national security, climate change racism, leadership, and family issues were discussed. Foreign Policy was not addressed, but the names of Russia, China, and North Korea were mentioned in the speeches of the candidates.
-Addressing systemic racism,Moderator Welker asks the President Trump and Biden about ‘The Talk.’ Also, Biden and President Trump spar about their respective histories on criminal justice.

- Moderator Kristen Welker managed the debate successfully.

- President Trump stated that Biden had not acted in his position at the White House in 8 years, while Joe Biden framed the election as a battle over the character of the nation, a reiteration of one of his major campaign themes.

-There was not a winner of the night, but Democrats believe that the winner was Joe Biden, and Republicans believe that the winner was Trump

-President Trump came on stage without a mask, Biden wearing a mask.

-Since nearly 45 million voters vote early by mail or by going to ballot boxes, and the rate of undecided voters is 3%, this final debate would not be directly elected.

In the USA, which has 250 million voters, going to the ballot box did not reach 60 percent in past elections; however, the voting rate is high in the 2020 Presidential elections. It cast 138 million votes in 2016; the number of these elections is estimated to be 170 million.

Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia visit Secretary Pompeo on Friday

On Friday, foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia are scheduled to separately meet with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Washington, DC.

Recently, Secretary Pompeo made a statement on the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. "We are watching what's taking place there. We have joined our European partners, and frankly, many countries around the world to ask that there be a ceasefire as the beginning of a solution to the conflict. We've watched the reporting of civilian deaths. We've watched Turkey begin to reinforce Azerbaijan. We've asked every international player to stay out of the region, not to continue to reinforce trouble, and we're working to deliver that. We're using our diplomatic toolkit to try and achieve an outcome that gets a stand down, a ceasefire, and an outcome that is a solution based on international law."

As the fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces is continuing close to the region where the natural gas and oil pipelines going from Azerbaijan to Europe are situated, this is also causing fears that it will have a serious negative impact on both a regional and global scale.

Western Media is Ignoring the Armenian Attacks  to Azerbaijan

The media, which is described as the "mainstream press" in the US, did not make headlines about many civilians' death, including children, in the ballistic missile attack Armenia organized in Ganja since last week.

Azerbaijan had begun operation on September 27. The Azerbaijan army had started a counter-offensive following attacks by the Armenian army on civilian residential areas.

Having lost its positions, the Armenian army had continued its attack on Azerbaijan's civilian settlements with artillery and missiles.

During the talks in Moscow, Armenia and Azerbaijan had decided on a humanitarian "ceasefire" on October 10 to exchange funerals and prisoners in Nagorno-Karabakh. However, Armenia broke the ceasefire three times the past ten days and continued to attack civilian areas in Azerbaijan.

President Erdogan stated that "The West isn't taking sides with Azerbaijan. A ceasefire was declared tonight, but Armenia has again violated it. The West isn't saying anything. And when Turkey says something, they say 'Look, Turkey never keeps quiet.' We will not stop. We will stand by the right and the righteous."

Biden's "Vote Early" Call

Democrat Presidential candidate Joe Biden called on voters in North Carolina, where he is located for the election campaign, to vote as soon as possible.

Stating that the momentum they have gained shouldn't be lost, Biden said, "Don't wait, vote today."

Close to 28 million electors in America have already cast their votes, either postally or by the determined voting centers.In North Carolina, where Biden made this call, 20 percent of the voters, 1.4 million people in other words, have already voted.

Biden has criticized what President Trump said about the coronavirus in North Carolina and stated that the number of cases was highest in recent months.

President Trump had stated at the weekend that America had overcome the threat of the virus. President Trump was in Nevada last night and according to official figures, more than 100,000 electors have already cast their votes in Nevada.

Campaign spokesperson Tim Murtaugh said that President Trump would continue his election campaign in Nevada, followed by Arizona and North Carolina, until the televised debate in Tennessee on Thursday.

Democratic candidate Biden will be in North Carolina and Senator  Kamala Harris, the Vice-Presidential candidate of Biden, will also be in Florida on Monday.

Despite the Democrat candidate Hilary Clinton getting more votes than Trump throughout the country at the 2016 elections, Trump had become president by defeating Secretary  Clinton in the number of delegates.

In the 2016 presidential election in the US, around 153 million voters went to the polls. It is expected that this figure will be more than 160 million at these elections. However, the coronavirus pandemic is causing many people to be worried about going to vote.
What to Expect on the Final Trump-Biden Debate
The final debate between President Trump and Democratic Presidential Candidate Biden is scheduled to take place on October 22 from 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. ET in Tennessee.
 Topics to discuss:
 -Fighting COVID-19
 -American Families
 -Race in America 
-Climate Change 
-National Security 
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