No, it didn't. I don't know why you thought apt remove certbot would do anything to help with your problem, but no matter why you thought that, it didn't produce this output.
The problem is that you've abused the Let's Encrypt services. You've asked them to do work for you in creating certs, and then you've thrown them away. Deleting the certs (which you've already done), revoking the certs (if you could do it), removing or reinstalling certbot, or whatever, won't restore the work you've thrown away.
Wait until the time the message tells you (really, it isn't hard to understand), and you'll then be able to issue another cert. Take the time until then to figure out how to stop abusing the Let's Encrypt services.