President-elect Joe Biden told reporters in Wilmington, Delaware on January 8 about his policies after taking the oath of President on 20 January. He will overhaul the immigration policies which were restricted by Trump's administration. He previously promised to overhaul the immigration policies within 100 days of his office. Trump's administration imposed a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority nations, tightened asylum policies and introduced merit-based immigration policies to save US workers. Biden will join 2015 Paris agreement from which Trump withdrew last year on November 4. He promised to countermand the environment policies in his election campaign. “I am committed to insisting that in all federal jurisdictions, any place I have control as President, everyone will be mandated to wear a mask.” He will ask Congress to give financial wherewithal to handle corona pandemic. He wanted Operation Warp Speed to work efficiently. He promised to get 100 million people vaccinated in his first 100 days as president. Students and teachers will be the priority. “But in terms of immediate need — not just what need to be introduced but to get done, voted on and get the money and resources — is dealing with the virus, number one, and two, economic relief to Americans who, through no fault of their own, are really getting battered,” he said.