January 16th local time, Ron Klain, the incoming White House Chief of Staff, announced the priorities of President-elect Biden in the United States for ten days after taking office, including dozens of executive orders.
Klein said that these executive orders will focus on solving the problems of “COVID-19 crisis, economic crisis, climate crisis and racial equality crisis”.
According to Klein, Biden will begin issuing executive orders on the day of the president’s inauguration.
Executive orders to be released on January 20 include asking the Ministry of Education to extend the student loan freeze; rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement; lift the Trump administration’s travel ban on seven countries in West Asia and North Africa; extend the foreclosure freeze; and extend the tenant eviction ban.
On January 21st local time, U.S. President-elect Biden will sign administrative measures aimed at solving the COVID-19 crisis and safely reopening schools; from January 22 to 30, he will instruct his cabinet to solve problems related to the economic crisis.