Former Vice-President of the USA Joe Biden on may 25 took part in a public event for the first time since mid-March, writes The Hill.
Biden laid flowers at the monument to veterans in the Wilmington (Delaware) on the occasion of the commemoration Day (national day of remembrance in the United States dedicated to fallen American servicemen), accompanied by his wife Jill Biden.
The former Vice President said he was pleased to be out of the house, writes Reuters.
According to the Agency, since mid-March, Biden, a likely presidential candidate from the Democratic party, had not left the residence in Wilmington. The last public events in which he participated, was a television debate in Washington on 15 March.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in the Chinese city of Wuhan. March 11, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. According to information of the American Johns Hopkins University, in the world of coronavirus has infected more than 5.46 million people, including more than 346 thousand died, more than 2.19 million recovered.
In the U.S., according to Reuters, coronavirus was confirmed in 1 659 411, 802 97 of them died.
The US presidential election to be held in November 2020. Main opponents will be Biden (although the Democratic party has not nominated him formally, all potential opponents have already dropped out of the race) and current President of the United States Donald trump, representing the Republican party.