Biden discusses cyber attacks, says "the darkest" the days of the COVID-19 pandemic are coming

U.S. President-elect Joe Biden delivered a speech from Wilmington, Delaware on Tuesday where he discussed the COVID-19 pandemic and a widespread data breach. During his speech, Biden said he had “absolute confidence” in the COVID-19 vaccine, but that “taking a vaccine from a vial in the arms of millions of Americans” is “one of the most major operational challenges ”that the United States has faced. The president-elect also said his administration will come up with another COVID-19 relief package next year, including a new round of stimulus payments. He added that a $ 900 billion relief plan passed by Congress this week was a “first step,” but the government will need to do more. “Here’s the simple truth: Our darkest days in the battle against COVID are ahead of us, not behind us,” he said. Biden also discussed a widespread government data breach apparently led by the Russian government, saying it poses a “serious risk” to national security that cannot “go unanswered.” “The Trump administration has not prioritized cybersecurity,” he said, adding that cyber attacks “must be treated as a serious threat by our leaders. For more information, please subscribe to the Global News Channel HERE: Like Global News on Facebook HERE: Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: Follow Global News on Instagram HERE: #GlobalNews.
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