Joe Biden leaves the Capitol after a memorial service for late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on September 25. | Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images
Covid-19 will be Biden’s first big challenge if he wins. Here’s what experts say he should do.
If Joe Biden beats Donald Trump this November and ends up in the Oval Office in January, he’ll quickly face one of the gravest challenges any president has seen in the modern era: Hundreds of thousands of Americans will be dead from Covid-19. Public trust in scientific and government institutions will be depleted. If the fall and winter goes as badly as some experts fear, coronavirus outbreaks may be at a new peak. And if a vaccine gets approved, it will still need to be distributed to hundreds of millions of Americans quickly and equitably.
Biden’s immediate job would
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