Biden thanked the two dozen or so volunteers.

“He talked about how we could become safer from the COVID outbreak and to keep pushing forward, considering we don’t have a quick solution,” said Alexandra McFadden of Philadelphia, describing Biden as “down to earth.

A crowd of more than 50 people stood in front of City Hall hoping to get a glimpse of the candidate.

As Biden spoke, a group of people from the Philadelphia Nazarene Narrative broke out in song, singing hymns.

Biden was joined by U.S. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon, D-5 of Swarthmore, Chester Mayor Thaddaus Kirkland and Delaware County Councilwoman Christine Reuther.

He also arrived with Secret Service, some in military gear, who kept bystanders on the sidewalk across the street.

Read more about Joe Biden’s visit in the Daily Times here.

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