COVID-19: Biden's most urgent task

Joe Biden president-elect of the USA. Photograph taken from the official Facebook profile.

Maria T. Morales

Within hours of becoming president number 46 from United States, Joseph R. Biden Jr. said he can't wait to start his job.

Among the challenges that must be faced on the front line is the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic and the threat of evictions and foreclosures that arose due to the pandemic..

Vaccine application in the city of Los Angeles. photo VD: Milagro Orellana.

further, will seek to improve the organization, distribution and application of the vaccine, since right in the middle of the massive regrowth, some cities across the nation have gone on high alert for dose shortages.

Likewise, the president-elect announced that as soon as next week he will also use his powers to stop foreclosures and evictions nationwide.

According to Biden, about 25 millions of Americans will benefit from this measure.

Fourteen million families at risk of eviction in the North American nation. photo VD: Milagro Orellana.

While, about 14 millions of families who are at risk of evictions from apartments and other types of housing could benefit from the program.

The future president is expected to also review laws or approve others that could benefit millions of immigrants from around the world but, especially from Central America.

further, Students and former students hope Biden will also push for a waiver, either total or partial, of the millionaire student debt.

The president has a list of tasks to fulfill during his presidential term.
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On the other hand, Ecologists and environmental protectionists hope that the next president will consider and promote laws to protect the environment and the ecosystem in general..

The list of tasks of the president is endless as well as the expectations of the citizens.

The takeover, which, for the first time in more than 150 years, the outgoing president will not attend, will take place from 10:30 A. M. Eastern Time.