Joe Biden and Kamala Harris named ‘Person of the Year’

America's newly elected President Joe Biden and his Deputy Kamala Harris are chosen as Time Magazine's Person of the year 2020

New Delhi, 11/12: US president Joe Biden and vice-president Kamala Harris are named Time Magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’.

The magazine put both of their pictures as its cover with the title ‘Changing America’s History’.

Essential workers — nurses, doctors, delivery people, grocery-store employees, and others who risked their lives on the frontlines during the Covid-19 pandemic earlier won TIME’s 2020 Person of the Year Reader Poll.

TIME said, “these heroes” won with 6.5 percent of the more than 8 million votes cast in this year’s poll, which had asked readers to select the person or group of people who had the greatest influence on 2020. “Essential workers beat out some 80 other candidates, including famed figures like (US) President Donald Trump, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Pope Francis, for the readers’ top pick,” TIME said.

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