Less than a week before the inauguration of the new president of the United States
in order to prevent the recurrence of violence, the National Park Service issued a statement on the 15th local time that in order to ensure the safety of Biden’s inauguration, the National Square in Washington, D.C., has been closed and is expected to be inaugurated. Reopen the next day.
The statement pointed out that it would be limited to the permitted protests in the area.
Among other security-related requirements, the site will screen all people before protest participants enter and accompany those who have passed the examination to their permitted places. Only those with a permit can enter the closed area.