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In 'Critical Time,' Biden Introduces Health Team That Would Lead COVID-19 Response

As cases of the coronavirus continue to spike throughout the country, President-elect Joe Biden has named his nominees and appointments for top health care positions.
President-elect Joe Biden announces his team tasked with dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic in Wilmington, Del., on Tuesday. Source: Jim Watson

Updated at 3 p.m. ET

President-elect Joe Biden formally introduced the team he has selected to lead the country's response to the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, as cases of the virus continue to spike throughout the country.

"I'm very proud to be announcing our health care and COVID team at a critical time," Biden said during remarks in Wilmington, Del. "It's near the end

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