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December 31, 2020January 20 will mark the beginning of Joe Biden's tenure as the 46th president of the United States and Kamala Harris as vice president.

But, due to anti-Covid measures and the defeated Donald Trump's unwillingness to welcome the president-elect to the White House on the day of the handover, the settlement will be very different from those of the past.

The ceremony at the Capitol

The public ceremony will be held in Washington in front of the Capitol, seat of the US Congress.

Biden will be sworn in as president and Harris will be sworn in as vice president.

But the influx of public will be limited due to the anti-contagion measures: in short, it will be the first settlement in the history of the United States celebrated in front of a limited number of spaced and masked spectators. 

Senior President and First Female Vice President

At the time of his inauguration, Biden will become the oldest US president at 78.

He will also become the second Catholic president after John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Primacy also for Kamala Harris, who will become the first female vice president of mixed African American and Asian descent.

The Oath

During the ceremony, Joe Biden will, like all his predecessors, take the following oath: "I solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and I will do it to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the United States Constitution. God help me. "

At that point, his four-year term in the White House will officially begin and the Trump era will be shelved.