Joe Biden is scheduled to sign about a dozen executive decrees on January 20, including re-joining the Paris Agreement and ending travel bans on Muslim countries.
"During the campaign, President-elect Biden pledged to take immediate action to start solving the crises and rebuilding better," said Ron Klain, Biden's future chief of staff.
Klain said that on the first day of his term, Biden would sign about a dozen executive orders to extend the repayment period of federal student loans, stop deportation and foreclosure, forcing to wear a mask when traveling.
Most of the measures reverse the policies that Trump pursues and does not need congressional approval.
Klain said a series of other Biden promises will be rolled out over the next nine days after the inauguration, including expanding nCoV testing and directing the government to prioritize buying American-made goods.
Biden will be sworn in at noon on January 20.