Joe Biden takes office as the 46th US president: Signs 3 executive orders

Inauguration Day: Biden Becomes 46th US president


President Joe Biden was sworn into office on Wednesday, marking the official transition to a new presidential administration in the White House. Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris participated in a number of Inauguration Day ceremonies on Wednesday before the president signed his first executive orders in the Oval Office.


President Biden signs 3 executive orders in front of reporters on Day 1 of presidency

President Biden’s first executive orders focus on immigration, climate change and COVID-19

  • Mask mandate and social distancing be kept on federal property


  • Executive order on racial equity and “support for underserved communities”


  • Rejoining Paris Climate Accord


Newly-inaugurated President Biden signed his first executive orders in the Oval Office on Wednesday. The executive actions included requiring face masks on all federal property and interstate travel for 100 days, rejoining the Paris Climate Accord and providing support for underserved communities.

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