Define Biden’s early numbers, from work to viruses


Washington (AP) — During President Joe Biden’s inauguration month Whirlwind of activity Between the pandemic and the beginning of the economic recovery. He faces a surge in immigrant children on the U.S.-Mexico border, the tragedy of mass shootings, prolonged tensions over racial inequality, the environment, and the legacy of his predecessor Donald Trump. I am.

Look at some clear numbers for the first 100 days after his inauguration.

2.67 million – The average number of vaccines given daily in the past week. It increased from about 1.5 million when Biden was launched.

4,380 – COVID- On January 20, 19 people died on the day Biden took office.

677 – COVID-Average number of deaths per day over the last 7 days. 569,000 Americans have died in a pandemic, including before President Biden.

$ 1.9 trillion-A total of debt-funded coronavirus bailout packages that the government says will help the government vaccinate the country and restore 8.4 million jobs lost in the pandemic.

1.38 million-the number of jobs added during President Biden’s era by March.

161 million-Number of direct checks sent to people as part of a relief package. This is about the same as previous payments approved during President Trump’s time, despite stricter eligibility standards.

38%-Estimated reduction in black poverty from relief packages that the Biden administration says will help fill the racial gap in the economy.

Interest on 1.57% -10-year Treasuries is significantly lower than the 4.6% on 2001, when the federal government last made a budget surplus.

Number of children traveling alone trying to cross the Mexican border in 18, 890-March. This is the highest number since it was first tracked in 2009.

40-The number of executive orders signed by Biden, the most recent president. His recent order was sanctions against Russia. Many of the orders overturn Trump-era policies on immigration and labor issues. The March 7 order appears to be the answer to Republican efforts in many states to tighten voting standards after Trump’s defeat and seeks to facilitate access to voting.

10-Number of mass casualties killed in the United States, including at least four people, not including archers.

2,500-3,500-Number of US troops in Afghanistan. Biden promised to withdraw them by the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

50% to 52%-The amount Biden has promised to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 as part of US efforts to curb climate change damage.

28%-Biden’s proposed corporate tax rate. It was raised from 21% when Trump signed the law in 2017.

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