Americans welcomed the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the next President and Vice President of the United States. The majority of American voters have rightly adopted the future of hope, truth, decency, evidence, and science.
The election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the next President and Vice President of the United States welcomes hopes of a year in the tragedy of the coronavirus epidemic. At the time of campaigning, Joe Biden Pledges Free Covid Vaccine for “Everyone” In US If Elected. In his promise he followed PM Narendra Modi who at the time of Bihar Assembly Election also promised free vaccine for every Indians.
After calling for Biden and Harris within a few days of the result, the incoming administration announced that the United States would rejoin the 2015 Paris climate accent and Trump’s dangerous decision to pull out of the World Health Organization (WHO) will reverse.
Americans believe Biden, Harris, their team will respect the need and integrity of regulatory agencies, and they will quickly roll out restrictions on visas for international students and researchers imposed by Trump’s administration. Policies that should erase women, people of color, refugees and migrants, members of sexual and gender minorities, and other under-represented groups as well.
Biden’s immediate domestic priority will be to take personal charge of a rapid, comprehensive, and evidence-based effort to incorporate coronaviruses and protect the health of the American population. On 9 November, Biden’s transition team announced that it would establish a new coronavirus task force.
In addition, the United States should increasingly return to productive work with international coronavirus initiatives to ensure that vaccines be distributed equitably to those they will most need worldwide. In particular, it must collaborate with COVAX fund , the Vaccine Alliance, and the Alliance for Epidemiological Preparedness Innovations.
The international community can now look forward to the possibility of a more integrated response to COVID-19 – and to other diseases. De-funding the WHO was particularly dangerous for low-income countries that rely on the agency to maintain public-health infrastructure standards and combat killer diseases. In addition to sthe COVID-19 epidemic, WHO epidemiologists, physicians and logistics personnel are currently overseeing more than 35 emergency operations, including dealing with a measles outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo and a cholera outbreak in Yemen.
Newly elected President of the United States Joe Biden aka ‘Amtrak Joe’?
He received this nickname after traveling by train every day to commute between Washington DC and his home in Delaware. Tragically, he lost his wife and daughter in a car accident in 1972 and was then sworn into the Senate on his son’s hospital bed. For the next 36 years, he reportedly traveled by train every day to go home with his sons.
President Elect Joe Biden in 2010 wrote an article for Amtrak’s Arrive magazine entitled Why America Needs Trains. HuffPost republished the same article. In it, he described both his emotional connection to train Journey, saying it was what had allowed him to be a senator in the first place, but also because of problems such as climate change and congestion
The president-elect has already announced his intention of re-joining the Paris Agreement as soon as he sworns in. The United States officially left the Paris Agreement on 4 November 2020 under the Trump administration.
On twitter Amtrak Joe Biden:
“Today, the Trump Administration officially left the Paris Climate Agreement, and in exactly 77 days, The Biden Administration will re-join.
Fittingly, the President and CEO of Amtrak, Bill Flynn, has issued a statement welcoming the new Biden administration.
He addressed the economic outfall of the coronavirus pandemic both with regards to paying staff and investing in railway infrastructure. He also highlighted rail’s role in decarbonizing transport, pointing out that the vast majority of these transport emissions come from road vehicles.