As the US nears 200,000 coronavirus deaths, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is delivering remarks from Manitowoc, Wisconsin, where he called on the country to not "let the numbers become statistics of background noise."
"What worries me now is we've been living with this pandemic for so long, I worry we're risking becoming numb to the toll that it's taken on us and our country and communities like this," Biden said.
"We can't let that happen. We can't lose the ability to feel the sorrow and the loss and the anger for so many lives lost," Biden continued.
Biden used his speech to slam Trump's coronavirus response, saying he "froze, he failed to act, he panicked."
Trump's rival also took a swipe at the President's rallies.
"Oh, he loves his rallies. And the next time he holds one, look closely. Trump keeps his distance from anyone in the rally. The folks who come are packed in tight as they could be, risking disease, mostly without masks. But not Trump," Biden said.