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Biden New Coronavirus Plan. Announces new plan in the absence of one.

  • Biden signs new plan against coronavirus in the absence of one
  • Newly sworn-in Joe Biden ‘wastes no time’ and announces new plan against coronavirus
  • Seeks to accelerate the rate of COVID-19 vaccination across the country

President Joe Biden signed his new response plan against the coronavirus on Thursday in the absence of one from the Trump Administration, accompanied by Anthony Fauci and Vice President Kamala Harris from the oval office.

Biden’s new plan includes ten decrees and the involvement of the Pentagon, the Efe news agency announced. The 23-page plan published by Biden’s team expands on the initiatives advanced so far.

In addition, it details the measures designed to control the pandemic and help the recovery of the country, the hardest hit in the world by COVID-19 with 24.4 million confirmed cases and more than 400 thousand deaths.

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According to the CNN television network, upon arrival at the White House, Biden’s team found that the Trump Administration had not developed a coronavirus vaccine distribution plan, so they have to do it from scratch.

Seeks to speed up the vaccination rate

Biden’s plan seeks to accelerate the pace of vaccinating Americans against the virus by providing more funding to state and local administrations, creating more vaccination points, and a national education campaign to restore American confidence.

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“The National Strategy provides a roadmap to guide the United States out of the worst public health crisis in a century,” the plan says.

The Biden government also plans to resort to the Defense Production Act, which allows it to mobilize the industrial sector for national security issues, with the manufacture of masks, respirators and other equipment against the pandemic. To see the video give click here.

Biden’s ‘urgent’ and ‘swift’ measures

This legislation was adopted in 1950 in response to the Korean War, and it shows Biden’s clear interest in employing the necessary means to combat the coronavirus.

President Biden’s plan calls for increased testing for the coronavirus.

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Something that Trump refused, and even criticized, considering that it only increased the negative statistics of the incidence of the disease.

It also focuses on reopening schools, businesses and travel safely, as well as slowing the spread of the virus.

Currently, COVID-19 causes about 3,000 daily deaths in the country, with records of up to 4,000 in some of the last days, indicates Efe.

Use of masks mandatory

Biden is expected to expand the details of these “aggressive and immediate” measures to contain the COVID-19 crisis, after announcing shortly after his inauguration, this Wednesday, the mandatory use of masks in areas federal.

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In addition to launching the challenge of using the masks for 100 days, the same time that has been given to achieve the vaccination of more than 100 million Americans.

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Biden ‘burying’ Trump’s legacy

With this measure, Biden seeks to separate the legacy of Trump, who made the use of masks a source of controversy and political statement.

Biden also guaranteed the continuity of the United States in the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday, after Trump’s announcement to withdraw, with which he hopes to “strengthen” national efforts to control the pandemic, according to his spokesmen.

In addition, President Joe Biden returned the United States to the Paris Agreement, in a clear distance from his predecessor, Donald Trump, and as a sign of the spirit that his Administration will carry.

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Sitting in the Oval Office and with several blue folders stacked to one side, Biden signed three of his government’s first 17 executive orders in front of reporters.

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