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As President-elect Joe Biden is sworn into workplace today, he starts an aggressive agenda as president, including a number of executive orders focused on getting the COVID-19 pandemic under control.
One is a national mask mandate on federal home and on airline companies, trains and other public transit systems..
Another executive order Wednesday will produce an office of White House COVID-19 reaction, headed by Jeffrey Zients, the new coronavirus czar, according to The Wall Street Journal, goals consist of protecting more protective devices for employees, increasing screening and vaccinations, and resuming schools.
The first 100 days of Biden’s presidency is expected to consist of a push for his previously revealed $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief strategy, which calls for investing $20 billion in a national vaccine program and $50 billion for testing.
WHY THIS MATTERS
Biden takes office as the U.S. reports over 24 million cases of COVID-19 and over 400,000 deaths..
President Donald Trump left the White Home on Wednesday early morning citing, amongst his accomplishments, the advancement of a coronavirus vaccine in record time. The federal government