(CNN)As President Donald Trump continues to contest the legitimacy of the election, Joe Biden begins his transition process, announcing coronavirus advisers and a new chief of staff. Meanwhile, the pandemic is still raging, infecting even more inside the White House.

MondayTrump fires Secretary of Defense Mark EsperTrump agency tasked with transition process has yet to recognize Biden’s victoryBiden transition team announces coronavirus advisers, including whistleblower Rick BrightTuesdaySupreme Court appears to signal Obamacare will survive latest GOP challengeBiden moves quickly to tackle coronavirus, the issue that could define his presidency Trump’s refusal to concede leaves diplomats unclear on what to tell allies Read MoreWednesdayTrump’s public schedules show little interest in work as he protests Biden’s legitimate electionWhite House political director tests positive for coronavirus, official saysGA secretary of state: No evidence of widespread voter fraudBiden’s popular vote lead is highest margin in 20 yearsThursdayLack of transition coordination and Pentagon chaos could leave US vulnerable to national security threats‘Dejected’ Trump continues to waffle over waging baseless election fightBiden carries Arizona, flipping a longtime Republican stronghold FridayBiden team seeks Covid-19 back-channels with transition locked outTop DHS official ratchets up rebukes of Trump’s false election claimsJoe Biden becomes first Democrat in 28 years to win GeorgiaAnd that was the week in 16 headlines.

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