WILMINGTON, Del. — Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Tuesday will open a brand new spherical of assaults on President Trump and his dealing with of the coronavirus pandemic, assailing him for his continued failure to guard the American individuals from the virus, even because the variety of new instances continues to surge in lots of elements of the nation.

In a speech he’s anticipated to ship close to his dwelling in Wilmington, Del., Mr. Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, plans to say that Mr. Trump “has referred to as himself a wartime president however is surrendering to the virus,” based on the Biden marketing campaign.

“Individuals social-distanced and did their half to bend the curve — however Trump didn’t lead,” the Biden marketing campaign mentioned, providing a preview of the tackle.

The marketing campaign added that with an infection charges rising, the president was “outright ignoring the disaster — {golfing}, holding rallies and telling a struggling nation that he’s the sufferer.”

The marketing campaign additionally launched an up to date plan for preventing the coronavirus, given “the present circumstances we face on account of President Trump’s persistent failures.”

The plan mentioned that “minutes after he’s declared the winner of the election,” Mr. Biden would name Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the nation’s prime infectious illness knowledgeable, and ask him to work for Mr. Biden simply as he has labored for previous presidents.

“Dr. Fauci can have full entry to the Oval Workplace and an uncensored platform to talk on to the American individuals — whether or not delivering excellent news or dangerous,” the plan mentioned.

Mr. Biden has made solely sporadic in-person appearances for the reason that pandemic upended Individuals’ day by day routines, and his marketing campaign is refraining from holding rallies with giant crowds which can be usually a staple of the marketing campaign path.

He has repeatedly criticized Mr. Trump over his response to the disaster, and this month, he laid out an eight-part plan for reopening the financial system.

In his remarks Tuesday, Mr. Biden will once more focus on how he would accomplish that, his marketing campaign mentioned. And Mr. Biden will stroll by way of a timeline of particular moments of inaction by the president and clarify what he might have performed in a different way.

His marketing campaign mentioned Mr. Biden would define clear steps Mr. Trump might take now to battle the virus — steps Mr. Biden would take if he have been in cost.

As of Tuesday, more than 126,000 people have died of the virus in the USA alone and greater than 2.6 million individuals nationwide have been contaminated.

Mr. Biden’s newest deliberate remarks come lower than per week after he delivered a separate speech in Lancaster, Pa., through which he excoriated Mr. Trump for, amongst different issues, having said at a rally that he had ordered a slowdown of coronavirus testing.

“He thinks that discovering out that extra Individuals are sick will make him look dangerous,” Mr. Biden mentioned of Mr. Trump. “That’s what he’s anxious about — he’s anxious about wanting dangerous.”

Issues over the pandemic response have additionally spilled into the continued and fractious debate over well being care. Mr. Biden has sought to attract sharp contrasts between his need to broaden well being care protection, and the Trump administration’s legal effort to get the Inexpensive Care Act overturned.

Mr. Trump has staunchly defended his dealing with of the pandemic and has, at numerous instances, claimed that the virus will fade away and that the spike in instances was a results of elevated testing. He and his administration have insisted on reopening the financial system quickly, whilst issues about viral unfold have continued.

And the spike in cases in recent weeks in states like Florida, Texas and California has pressured the political leaders of these states to pause their reopenings and shut down companies like bars that had beforehand been allowed to restart operations.

However a ballot performed this month by The New York Instances and Siena School confirmed that seniors in battleground states — a key voting bloc that’s each important to the president’s re-election prospects and is most vulnerable to turning into significantly ailing or dying due to the virus — disapprove of Mr. Trump’s handling of the pandemic by seven percentage points, 52 p.c to 45 p.c. These voters overwhelmingly additionally mentioned the federal authorities ought to prioritize containing the pandemic over reopening the financial system.

The Instances ballot additionally discovered Mr. Biden main Mr. Trump by 14 percentage points nationwide and by at least six points in key battleground states.

Amid the pandemic, the nation has additionally been gripped by a nationwide reckoning over racial justice and inequality following the killing last month of George Floyd, a Black man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for almost 9 minutes.

Mr. Biden used what was his first formal speech out in public since mid-March to deal with racism and police brutality, warning Individuals that “we can’t let our rage devour us” whereas lashing into Mr. Trump for turning the nation “right into a battlefield riven by outdated resentments and contemporary fears.”

Katie Glueck contributed reporting.