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Biden leads Americans in moment of silence to mourn 500,000 US Covid-19 deaths

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President Joe Biden led Americans in observing a moment of silence on Monday to commemorate the grim milestone of 500,000 US deaths from Covid-19, urging Americans to set aside partisan differences and fight the pandemic together.

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