FAQs about the Presidential Inauguration, the swearing-in ceremony, the parade and more
The Presidential Inaugural Committee asks that Americans stay home and celebrate this year’s inauguration virtually. District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser issued an order that pauses museum operations and indoor dining until Friday, Jan. 22, 2021 at 5 a.m. Even for those activities that are not paused by order, the Mayor strongly encourages residents and visitors to be cautious and to limit their exposure to other people so as to limit the spread of COVID-19. Note the latest travel safety information before planning any visit to DC.
Witness history from home as the United States of America welcomes a new commander-in-chief on Jan. 20. If you’re looking for more information about celebrating the presidential inauguration, then check out these commonly asked questions.
Where can I see the swearing-in ceremony?
Tune in to the Biden Inaugural Committee YouTube channel to watch official Presidential Inauguration events. Live events include:
COVID-19 Memorial | Tuesday, Jan. 19 – 5:30 p.m. – A memorial to remember and honor the lives lost to COVID-19 in cities and towns across the country. A Washington, D.C. ceremony will feature a lighting around the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. We Are One | Tuesday, Jan. 19 – 8:30 p.m. –
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