Biden’s first signings. He canceled some of his predecessor’s decisions

 Biden’s first signings. He canceled some of his predecessor’s decisions

On his first day in office, the President of the United States, Joe Biden, began signing the first executive acts, as announced in recent weeks. They concern issues such as the economy, immigration, climate, equality issues and the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic Some of them cancel decisions made by Donald Trump.

To confront the crisis caused by the emergence of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, as well as problems related to climate change and racial inequality, Biden signed executive orders and memoranda in the Oval Office on Wednesday afternoon in Washington (late Wednesday night in Poland). He intends to sign the next ones in the following hours, according to the CNN station.

Some of the acts approved on the first day of Joe Biden’s presidency cancel decisions made by former US leader Donald Trump, according to Reuters and CNN, among others.

What are the acts Biden is signing?


-Stopping the process Donald Trump started of leaving the World Health Organization. Dr. Anthony Fauci has been appointed head of the U.S.A. delegation to the WHO.

– Creating an office in the White House to coordinate the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic The office, which the president will control directly, will be responsible for managing the production and distribution of vaccines and medical equipment.

– Covering the mouth and nose will be required in federal buildings and grounds. President Urges Authorities

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