President Joe Biden takes part in a CNN town hall when of his visit to the battlefield state of Ohio on Wednesday, as his six-month presidency reaches a critical juncture. The President started the Town Hall event at Mount St. Joseph University by telling moderator Don Lemon that the current pandemic is one of the unvaccinated. It's very simple. We have a pandemic for those who haven't been vaccinated. It's also basic, Biden said. If you are vaccinated you are not going to be hospitalized, you are not going to be in an intensive care unit and you are not going to die. So it is extremely important that we all act like if Americans cared about our countrymen, he continued. A major set of problems multiply as he performs his third visit to the state. Find out more The cases of Covid are on the rise, indicating a stalled vaccination effort amid waves of misinformation and skepticism. The pent-up demand caused prices to rise, raising concerns about inflation. And Biden's much-vaunted bipartisan infrastructure deal remains in limbo as Republicans and Democrats rush to finalize the plan.tone for Cincinnati around the same time the Senate blocked a vote to start the debate on the infrastructure plan, a setback to Biden's attempts to foster cross-sector cooperation. Negotiators say they will continue to talk in hopes of reaching a deal, but now Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is due to schedule another vote for next week. Biden's aides have worked in behind the scenes to complete the deal. In theory, it would spend $ 600 billion to repair roads and bridges and strengthen broadband networks, among other physical infrastructure priorities. A separate $ 3.5 trillion framework put forward only by Democrats includes the rest of Biden's family and employment program, including education, housing and child carents.