The president and first woman caution which the virus remains with us.
"We share the thoughts of Pope Francis who stated that getting vaccinated is a moral responsibility, one which will save your own life and the lives of many others," Biden said in a prerecorded video message together with the first woman.
"By becoming vaccinated and inviting your congregations within their own communities for vaccinated, we not only may conquer this virus, but we could even rush the day we can celebrate the holidays together again," he explained.
"So a lot of us feel that the longing and isolation of space," he explained. "For another year, many will be aside from their own families, their friends, complete congregations which fill us with pleasure. And as the gospel of John reminds me the light shines in the darkness and the darkness hasn't overcome it"
The first woman centered on hope for its future, stating"the customs of Holy Week take us on a trip from sorrow to salvation, alerting us that with faith, love and hope, anything is possible."
Almost 553,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 and health officials are currently concerned about a second spike in cases throughout the nation.
The U.S. is currently averaging approximately 5,000 new COVID-19 hospital admissions daily, and hospitalizations are present in 20 countries.
"We are seeing the instances that have plateaued during the past few weeks, and they're beginning to inch upward," Dr. Anthony Fauci stated on CBS This Morning on Thursday.