US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden will visit Rolling Fork tomorrow Friday, a community in the state of Mississippi (south) that was recently hit by a tornado, the White House announced on Wednesday.

The presidential couple, according to the press release, will “reiterate their commitment to support the people of Mississippi as long as necessary” after the devastating passage of tornadoes that left behind at least 25 dead and massive property damage in the state of the American South.

Joe and Jill Biden will meet with first responders, elected officials and residents, the statement from the US presidency added.

Rolling Fork, a community of about 2,000 people, was hit hard last week as tornadoes swept across the western Mississippi state, wreaking havoc over at least 90 miles.

At least 13 people died there, while the small town suffered extensive damage.

Mr. Biden on Sunday ordered help from federal agencies, particularly to set up temporary shelters, speed up recovery work and offer low-interest loans to cover losses of uninsured property.