Inauguration Plans Adjusted Amid COVID-19
Organizers are asking people to stay home and watch the presidential inauguration on TV amid the pandemic.
Like so many events this year, President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration next month is going to look a lot different.
President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration next month won't be like any inauguration in the past.
This is what you can expect: organizers are asking people to stay home and watch the event on TV.
There will be strict health protocols in place, a much smaller guest list and a "re-imagined" parade.
Biden says suggested it may look similar to the virtual democratic national convention.
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