Joe Biden will be sworn in as President on January 20 in Washington DC. After the violence in the Capitol Building (US Parliament House) recently, the oath ceremony is now under the shadow of violence. Hence heavy security arrangements are in place. IED explosives may also be used on those who commit violence. From Friday night to next Thursday, 13 metro stations will remain closed. The Department of Homeland Security has called for the establishment to be closed near Parliament and the White House. National Guards are stationed on important roads. There are 6,200 guards now, and by Saturday another 10,000 will be deployed.
Navy Yard Resident Dan Nejfelt lives in block number four, south of the House of Representative Office Building. He said he would move to Virginia with the family on oath. Dan says, where I walk my dog, the pipe bomb was found after the violence last week. I am worried about those who will not be able to leave the city and what will happen to them if violence happens. Barry Farms resident Jennifer Nelson says she plans to live in DC with her two teenage children. She told, ‘I am very nervous. I am trying to prepare as much as possible. I will still evaluate the oath Whether I stay in the city or not.