Joe Biden, the winner of the US presidential election, is about to be sworn in on Capitol Hill. Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in on January 20, 2021.
The team of the newly elected president is already extremely cautious so that the swearing-in ceremony of the president and vice president does not become a barrier to the spread of coronavirus.
Master of ceremonies Mazu Varghese opened his mouth to the media yesterday for the first time on behalf of the Biden team.
First of all, he informed that how to organize a fair program to avoid infection is the biggest challenge in front of them.
Joe Biden will be sworn in as the next president of the United States on the west side of Capitol Hill on January 20. For that, the work of making the stage has already started.
The list of invited guests from the country and abroad who will go to see the program is being reduced completely. An appeal has been made to the common people of the United States that they should sit at home with their families and watch the swearing-in ceremony on TV.
But thoughts are going on about the parade. In this swearing-in ceremony, people from different walks of life participated in the parade. But this time due to the fear of corona infection, Biden-Harris requested that American people from other states should not come to the capital. Varghese said that some major streets of Washington are thinking about how to avoid infection and parade.
According to tradition, the new president takes the oath after having tea with the outgoing president at the White House. But this time, Tim Biden does not know whether it will happen or not.
They also don't know if outgoing President Donald Trump will attend the swearing-in ceremony. Trump said last Sunday while giving an interview to one of his favorite TV channels, he does not want to comment on this.