• A day after swearing-in ceremony: Joe Biden lifts Muslim travel ban, rejoins Paris climate accord


    Washington D.C.: A day after ‘never seen before’ US presidential swearing-in ceremony, US President Joe Biden signed a series of orders to begin his first day of administrative duties. Signing a string of executive orders, including a decision to rejoin the Paris climate and a mask mandate for all federal buildings, US president Joe Biden did away with some of the ‘mess’ left behind during Trump’s presidential period.

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    The orders included keeping the United States in the World Health Organization, ending the ban on entries from mostly Muslim-majority countries, bolstering environmental protections and strengthening the fight against Covid-19.

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    Also among the directives was a halt to the construction of the wall on the US-Mexico border, and efforts to expand diversity and equality for minority groups in the federal government.


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