Biden Calls for 100-Day Mask Mandate In His Presidency

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Joe Biden announces he plans to enact a 100-day mask mandate once his Presidency begins.

With over 14M confirmed COVID-19 cases since January, and over 276K deaths, the United States appears to be in the throes of a second wave of coronavirus, with nearly 3,000 deaths yesterday from the virus alone.

As such, the predicted President-Elect, Joe Biden, has stated that he will mandate a national mask mandate for the first 100 days of his presidency.

“Just 100 days to mask, not forever. 100 days,” Biden stated, “and I think we’ll see a significant reduction.”

“I’m going to issue a standing order that in federal buildings you have to be masked,” Biden continued.

Over 216,000 U.S. citizens were diagnosed with COVID-19 just yesterday alone.

“That would be a good start. It’s not enough,” Biden said, adding, “I’m going to need to ask for more help.”

Meanwhile, the Trump Campaign maintains that they have sufficient evidence to overturn the current results of the election and maintain a Donald Trump Presidency.

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