Biden Lays out His Plan , to Combat Coronavirus.
On Dec. 8, President-elect
Joe Biden detailed a three-point
plan to combat COVID-19 within
his first 100 days in office. .
Biden consulted with
Dr. Anthony Fauci
to draft the plan.
First, the new administration aims to get at least
100 million Americans vaccinated, prioritizing health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities.
Second, Biden pledged to
sign a face mask mandate,
requiring masks in certain places.
Lastly, he's made it a priority to
get kids safely back in school.
Biden continues to call on Congress to pass a $900 billion COVID-19 economic relief bill and intends to take further action to help struggling Americans once he takes office.
My first 100 days won't end the Covid-19 virus. I can't promise that, President-elect Joe Biden, via CNN.
But we did not get in this mess quickly, we're not going to get out of it quickly, it's going to take some time, President-elect Joe Biden, via CNN.
But I'm absolutely convinced that in 100 days we can change the course of the disease and change life in America for the better, President-elect Joe Biden, via CNN