December 8th, local time, President-elect Biden of the United States announced that he would achieve three goals within 100 days after taking office.
Speaking in Wilmington, Delaware, Biden said: “Wearing masks, getting coronavirus vaccines and opening schools are the three main goals I have in my 100th day in office,” Biden said, according to NBC.
Biden pledged 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine and said educators, health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities would be among the first round of coronavirus vaccinations.
Biden also said he hopes to open most schools in the United States within 100 days of taking office, and the government will provide school districts with sufficient funds to implement safety measures, such as improving ventilation conditions and hiring more staff.
Biden reiterated that he will sign an executive order on his first day in office to make wearing masks “lawful” and require masks to be worn in federal buildings, such as in federal buildings, as well as in airplanes, trains and buses to and from states.