Tough security measures are being put in place across Washington DC ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration next Wednesday. The security measures are now being implemented earlier than scheduled in the wake of last week's attack on the US Capitol by Trump supporters. Trump has already declared a state of emergency in DC and authorities have revealed three separate plots to attack the Capitol ahead of the inauguration. Officials are promising extremely tight security around the entire capital region, including increased law enforcement, extra checkpoints, fencing and barricades. The public is now banned from entering the Capitol grounds and access to the Washington Monument is also now prohibited for the next two weeks. Public access to roads and restrooms on the National Mall, where crowds usually gather during inaugurations, may also be shut down this week.
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