Biden decided to let some white house staff, other than the top, work at home for some time to come. (Associated Press)
Local time 21, due to consider COVID-19, Biden decided to allow some of the people working outside the White House to work in the future for some time.
Biden’s top staff, such as chief of staff Ron Klein and press secretary Jan pusaki, will continue to work in the White House, while the rest of the middle and lower echelons, such as Biden’s aides, have been asked to work from home.
Officials said those required to work at home had received computers and phones distributed by the government, which were activated at noon on the 20th to facilitate working at home.