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The new US president has signed additional presidential decrees in favor of fighting the virus that claimed the lives of more than 400,000 people.

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Biden has signed war orders in Corona: next month we will reach 500,000 dead

The new US president has signed additional presidential decrees in favor of fighting the virus that claimed the lives of more than 400,000 people.


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Thursday, 21 January 2021, 14:36 ​​Updated: 23:01

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In video: Biden signs orders reversing Trump policy (Photo: Reuters)

New US President Joe Biden today (Thursday) began a series of steps to combat the corona plague, which raged under the administration of former President Donald Trump.

Biden this evening signed ten presidential decrees, which include a charge of wearing masks on planes and buses and using funds for emergencies in favor of reopening schools.

Event at the White House, Biden said that the US will in the next five hundred thousand dead corona virus. He noted that the rate of spreading the vaccine virus was "a dismal failure so far", adding that "the situation will continue to worsen before it gets better."

Democratic president, who was sworn yesterday For the job, he will focus in his early days on fighting the virus amid a host of challenges ahead, including the climate crisis and racial tension, after Trump's four years in office, with Biden signing orders tonight requiring masks in federal buildings to stop leaving the World Health Organization.

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"The situation will continue to get worse before it gets better."

Biden at the signing of the presidential decrees, tonight (Photo: Reuters)

In addition, Biden plans to set up a corona testing headquarters to speed up testing, address supply shortages, establish international travel protocols and allocate resources to minority communities severely affected by the epidemic.

More than 400,000 people have died from the virus in the United States.

Biden has promised to provide one hundred million doses of vaccines in the first hundred days of his administration, and he plans to expand access to vaccines by making them available to more groups, such as teachers and food chain workers.

Dr Anthony Fouchi, Biden's chief adviser to Corona, said the administration also plans to join the global vaccination program COVAX which is supposed to help deliver the vaccines to poor countries.

Makes sure to wear masks.

Biden signs presidential decrees tonight (Photo: Reuters)

Biden last week offered a $ 1.9 trillion incentive package to the economy, which includes increased benefits for the unemployed and the transfer of cash grants to households affected by the plague.

Officials said the administration was also willing to use the protection manufacturing law for rapid vaccine release and that it would carefully examine the pool of resources needed to fight the administration’s virus.

Biden's initiatives could run into difficulties in Congress, ahead of the start of Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate.

The House of Representatives voted last week in favor of ousting Trump inciting rebellion on Capitol Hill, but the chairman of the Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has not yet passed the Senate impeachment clause. According to Senate rules, the trial of former Republican president will start a day later.

Biden urged legislators not to trial However, White House spokeswoman Jen Saki said tonight that Biden would leave the matter in the hands of the Senate,

saying the administration was convinced that the Senate could "carry out its constitutional duty while continuing to deal with the affairs of the


" Citizens of the United States. "

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