Joe Biden signed 15 executive orders and two official documents on his first day after being sworn in as the 46th US president.
He signed these orders in the Oval Office on Wednesday (January 20) local time.
Biden surpassed Donald Trump and Barack Obama in terms of signing executive orders on the first day. Trump signed 8 executive orders and Barack Obama 9 in the two weeks after taking the oath of office.
According to BBC news, by signing these executive orders, Biden explained that he is not willing to delay in changing Trump's policies.
After taking the oath of office, Biden signed a series of executive orders in the Oval Office, saying there was no time to waste. Must act immediately.
Biden has made it mandatory to wear masks in central government offices to prevent the spread of the corona epidemic. The newly inaugurated US President urged everyone to wear masks to prevent infection.
Joe Biden has signed an executive order mandating the use of masks across the United States. He has begun the process of bringing the United States back into the Paris climate agreement. A notice has been sent to the United Nations regarding the return to this agreement.
The United States withdrew from the agreement last year under the leadership of Donald Trump. Actions will also be taken to halt the process that Trump began to withdraw the United States from the World Health Organization.
In addition, Trump's travel ban on tourists from several Muslim countries entering the United States will be lifted, the Biden administration said.
There is talk of suspending Trump's order to build a wall along the US-Mexico border to stop the flow of illegal immigrants.