To the loved ones of all those worldwide killed in the COVID-19 disease pandemic, I offer my deepest sympathy. And to my fellow Americans, I send special condolences for all the untimely, tragic and unnecessary losses to the Novel Coronavirus.
I hereby join the good folks of an empathetic humanity in recognizing and sharing in your profound sorrow and losses due to the COVID-19 viral disease.
On behalf of humanity, I submit my humble apologies to you loved ones for any failures that may have added to the untimely death of your special loves.
Again to my fellow Americans, I am very sorry for the lapses and shortcomings of federal governance to successfully mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic. I also regret that those charged with fighting the virus have opted to tragically politicize the necessary elements useful to protecting the public health. And I am so very sorry your loved ones did not have access to all the very best treatments in their battles against COVID-19.
At the time of writing, according to data from Johns Hopkins University (JHU), global COVID-19 infections stood at more than 35.6 million cases with more than one-million deaths reported. In the United States (US), COVID-19 cases are approaching 7.5 million with 210,487 sad deaths of spouses, children, other relatives, neighbors, friends and associates.
I hope that the prospect of change coming in the approaching month of November will bring governance of rational thought and compassion, which would work to ensure lives lost to COVID-19, would not have been taken in vain. I bid you comfort and strength.