United States President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are all set to complete their first year in office on January 20th. With the previous year being a turbulent one for the administration — at home and overseas — multiple policies were laid out for issues linked to COVID-19, Afghanistan, and the infrastructure plan.

Here are some key facts and figures from one year of the presidency:

Unemployment: Biden’s administration has often highlighted a 3.9% joblessness rate as one of the biggest achievements of 2021. The stat was recorded at a time when the United States’ economy was highly disrupted by the pandemic and unemployment rates soared to 6.4%.

-COVID-19 vaccination: United States’ COVID-19 vaccine drive–  considered to be only partially successful– resulted in 63.5% eligible Americans getting their shot. Hesitancy in getting vaccinated against COVID-19 has been a top concern for the administration.

-7% inflation. In running the economy hot, Biden got burned as inflation reached a nearly 40-year high. Higher prices led to disapproval of Biden’s economic leadership.

-13 deaths. The number of United States troops who died in a suicide bombing at the gate of Kabul’s airport during the evacuation of more than 124,000 people from Afghanistan.

-$1 trillion. The cost of Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure law, which includes $550 billion in new spending. To get an agreement, Biden pulled back from the $2.3 trillion he initially proposed

-1.78 million border crossings in the Southwest. The United States and Mexico border saw an increased number of crossings in the first 10 months of the Biden administration. The encounters with border agents have reportedly multiplied, in comparison to the stats of Donald Trump’s administration.

-41 federal judges. Biden had 41 judges confirmed to the bench during his first year in office, more than any of his recent predecessors at the same time in their presidencies. Of those, 80% are women, and 53% are people of color, according to the White House.