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The United States left the World Health Organization in July 2020. The decision was taken by President Donald Trump, who has criticized the WHO since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, accusing the organization of favoring China. The outgoing president United States of America He also alleged that the WHO is incompetent in obtaining and sharing information about SARS-CoV-2.

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Joe Biden will sign 17 orders on the first day of his presidency

When Donald Trump announced it United States of America Appearing with the World Health Organization, Joe Biden announced, during the election campaign, that if he wins the presidential election, he will ensure that the United States returns to World Health Organization. Recent reports from Agence France-Presse show that this is indeed happening.

To address crises related to the pandemic, the economy, climate change and racial inequality, Biden will sign decrees and executive notes in the Oval Office Wednesday afternoon (local time) and ask (government) agencies to take steps in two additional areas, Jin said. Who will be the spokeswoman for the White House in the new administration. Her words were quoted Onet.

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Joe Biden He is scheduled to be sworn in as President of the United States on January 20 and sign 17 orders on the same day. It should be concerned with, among other things, the return of the United States to the World Health Organization, the reactivation of the Paris climate agreement, the suspension of funding for the wall on the border with Mexico, the lifting of restrictions on immigrants and the plans for cheap housing.

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