spotlight Biden's first 100 days, by the numbers Associated Press Apr 27, 2021 Apr 27, 2021 Updated Jun 4, 2021 0 A look at some defining numbers from Biden's first 100 days in office. 2.67 million vaccines administered daily, on average 2.67 million – Average number of vaccines administered daily during the past week, up from roughly 1.5 million when Biden was inaugurated. AP 4,380 daily COVID-19 deaths on average, Jan. 20 4,380 – COVID-19 deaths on the day Biden became president, Jan. 20. AP FILE 677 daily COVID-19 deaths on average, today 677 – COVID-19 daily death average for most recent seven-day period. All told, including before Biden’s presidency, 569,000 Americans have died from the pandemic. AP FILE $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package signed $1.9 trillion - Sum of the debt-financed coronavirus relief package that the administration says will help vaccinate the country and restore the 8.4 million jobs lost to the pandemic. AP FILE 1.38 million jobs added since inauguration 1.38 million - How many jobs have been added during the Biden presidency through March. AP FILE 161 million direct checks sent to Americans from Biden's relief package 161 million - How many direct checks were sent to people as part of the relief package, nearly as many as previous payments approved during the Trump presidency despite tighter standards for qualifying. AP FILE 38% decline in Black poverty due to relief package 38% - The estimated decline in Black poverty from the relief package, which the Biden administration says would help to close racial gaps on the economy. AP FILE 1.57% interest charged on 10-year U.S. Treasury note 1.57% - The interest charged on a 10-year U.S. Treasury note, substantially lower than the 4.6% charged in 2001 when the federal government last ran a budget surplus. AP FILE 18,890 children traveling alone who tried to cross Mexican border in March 18,890 - Number of children traveling alone who tried to cross the Mexican border in March, the highest total since the number was first tracked in 2009. AP FILE 40 executive orders signed 40 - Number of executive orders signed by Biden, the highest of any recent president. His most recent order was sanctions against Russia. Many of the orders overturn Trump-era policies on migration and labor issues. A March 7 order seeks to promote voting access in what appears to be an answer to Republican efforts in many states to tighten voting standards following Trump's loss. AP FILE 10 mass-casualty shootings in US since inauguration 10 - Number of mass-casualty killings in the United States in which at least four people died, not including the shooter. AP FILE 2,500-3,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan 2,500-3,500 - The number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan. Biden has committed to withdraw them by the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. AP FILE 50% to 52% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions pledged 50% to 52% - How much Biden has pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 as part of a U.S. effort to contain the damage from climate change. AP FILE 28% corporate tax rate proposal 28% - The corporate tax rate proposed by Biden, an increase from the 21% signed into law by Trump in 2017. AP FILE 0 comments Tags Dcc Wire Politics Nation-world Allpoliticsnow Dccjs Joe Biden 100 Days Related to this collection National News The Hamburglar? How a story about Biden and meat limits fell apart Updated Jun 3, 2021 President Joe Biden spent the weekend as the "Hamburglar" in the conservative media world. The story moved with damaging speed and breadth. It wasn't true. National Politics Read for yourself: Full text of Biden's speech, plus takeaways Updated Jun 5, 2021 While achieving bipartisan backing in Washington for the proposals is a longshot, Biden seemed to bet he can win support across the electorate. Get a quick summary of Biden's main points or read the full text of his first big speech as president. National Politics Fact check: Both Biden and Republican response got it wrong in 100-day speeches Updated Jun 5, 2021 The Associated Press fact-checked remarks from President Joe Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress and the Republican response. Here's the lowdown. National Politics Measuring a president's first 100 days goes back to the New Deal Apr 29, 2021 Here's a look at how the tradition of using a president’s first 100 days to evaluate him originated. National Politics How Biden's budget battle begins, and more you want to know about the week in politics May 29, 2021 Biden's $6 trillion budget for next year is piled high with new safety net programs, runs up debt, and taxes corporations and the wealthy. Get a recap of the week in politics.