The 538 members of the Electoral College met in their 50 state capitals and DC today and voted for their pledged candidates. There were no faithless electors. Joe Biden won 57% of the Electoral college vote and Donald Trump 43%.
The only remaining step now is for Congress to certify and count the votes. The electoral votes certified by each Governor can only be rejected by Congress if both the House and the Senate agree. So this would mean 50 out of 50 to 52 Republican Senators would have to sustain an objection as well as at least six Democratic members of the House (and every House Republican).