Event could be ‘scaled down’ because of Covid-19

US President-Elect Joe Biden waves as he arrives in Wilmington, Delaware, US to receive a briefing on the economy with his economic advisors, November 16, 2020.

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President-elect Joe Biden’s inaugural program to prevent the spread of coronovirus is likely to look different from previous years, his chief of staff said on Sunday.

Ron Clann said on ABC’s “This Week” that the January 20 event was likely to include “reduced versions of existing traditions” and could borrow from techniques that would be put into the summer at the Virtual Democratic National Convention Were used for.

“I think it will definitely have to change.” “We have started some consultations with the leadership of the House and Senate on that. Obviously this will not be the kind of inauguration we have done in the past.”

The former Vice President is scheduled to be inaugurated across the country amidst the transition. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the US reported about 200,000 new coronovirus cases on Friday and more than 177,000 new cases on Saturday. However, more than 1,000 people are dying a day from Kovid-19.

A change in the quadrangular tradition is a depiction of Biden’s dramatically different approach to the virus-laden virus taken by President Donald Trump.

The Trump White House has largely shut down the infectious virus, including indoor events in which officials did not wear masks. Trump, unlike Biden, often hosted large rallies during his campaign, with supporters gathering in quarters for hours.

Stanford researchers said 30,000 cases of coronovirus and 700 deaths could be detected in 18 Trump rallies held between June and September.

While the president has adopted a relatively lax approach to the disease, groups of Kovid-19s have emerged in his class. Trump himself tested positive in October and spent three days at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

All in all, at least 45 people associated with the White House, including Trump, first lady Melania Trump, her young son Barone Trump, and White House chief Mark Maddow, have tested positive for the virus. The president’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr. announced the positive test results on Friday.

Klein, a longtime Biden adviser who oversees the Obama White House’s response to the 2014 Ebola outbreak, said Biden and Vice-President Sen. Sen. Kamala Harris’s approach to the inauguration approach would mimic the way they campaign.

“He felt very sad for this. He was constantly attacked by President Trump for the way he had campaigned – safely, for trying to stop the spread of the disease,” he said.

“They are going to try to create an opening that honors this significance and the symbolic meaning of the moment, but it is not the result of the outbreak of disease. This is our goal,” said Klan.

He said, “We know that people want to celebrate. There is something to celebrate here. We just want to try to do it as safely as possible.”

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