Updated 8:30 p.m. Sunday: Joe Biden has defeated President Donald Trump in the race for the United States presidency, and he’s already getting started on his presidential promises.
As of Sunday, ABC News reported that the Biden-Harris transition team will soon launch a website and social media channels to allow the public to follow plans for the Biden-Harris administration. Biden and Harris will also create their COVID-19 task force this week.
His plan to combat the coronavirus will be implemented on Jan. 20, the same day as his inauguration, according to ABC News.
Although Biden and Harris have claimed victory, there are still thousands of ballots that need to be counted in certain states. As of Sunday night, ballots were still being counted in Georgia, Arizona, and North Carolina.
As it currently stands, Biden has 279 electoral votes and 75,550,480 votes. Trump has 214 electoral votes, and 71,188,847 votes. As more ballots are counted, these numbers can change in the coming days.
Still, with Biden winning the state of Pennsylvania on Saturday, the count of his electoral votes passed 270, making him the U.S. President-elect.
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