Biden to mark anniversary of COVID-19 shutdown on Thursday. How to watchMarch 9, 2021
President Joe Biden on Thursday will deliver his first prime-time address, marking one year since shutdowns and other restrictions were put in place across the US in an attempt to slow the spread of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Monday.. The president will discuss sacrifices many Americans have made over the last year and “the grave loss communities and families across the country have suffered,”
The address comes a year to the day since the data compiled by Johns Hopkins.. Though offer hope that life could soon , more than 524,000 people have died in the US from the virus, according to
Biden will also look forward in his address, said Psaki, highlighting the role Americans will play in beating the virus and getting the country back to normal.
What time will Biden’s address start?
Biden will give the address on Thursday, March 11, during prime time, which generally means between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET.
The White House hasn’t released a specific time yet.
How can you watch?
The president’s address will likely be carried by broadcast and cable TV news networks, possibly including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and CNN.