In areas where coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is spreading quickly, it's best to stay at home as much as possible, especially if you're at higher risk of serious illness from the virus. In communities where COVID-19 isn't spreading, you may be able to travel, visit restaurants and public places , and enjoy safe outdoor activities .
Guide to Washington, DC During Coronavirus Crisis Discover what you can do, explore DC's virtual side, support local businesses & get inspired During the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re committed to the safety of our visitors and locals.
Apr 30, 2021 · WASHINGTON - With COVID-19 cases declining in Washington, D.C. officials are taking a step towards normalcy by loosening various coronavirus restrictions. "We are grateful to our residents and ...
Apr 30, 2021 · June 17, 2020: Washington removed seven deaths from causes unrelated to Covid-19. April 19, 2020: Washington removed 190 confirmed cases that were found to be residents who were out of state.
Washington, D.C. Coronavirus News - Washington Business Journal The Washington Business Journal features local business news about Washington, D.C.. We also provide tools to help businesses grow,...
2 days ago · WTOP is tracking the number of coronavirus cases, recoveries and deaths in Virginia, Maryland and D.C. These numbers will be updated each day as individual states release new data.
By Order of the Chief Judge, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals has further adjusted its operations to address concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), through May 31, 2020. This order supersedes the 3/16 order. Statement of Chief Judge Blackburne-Rigsby/DC Court of Appeals coronavirus advisory - March 16, 2pm
Apr 28, 2021 · Most residents and staff of long-term care facilities in Washington, D.C. are being vaccinated through a federal program that contracted with CVS and Walgreens to administer COVID-19 vaccines via free on-site clinics. Apart from a very small number of outstanding clinics, the program is complete.
May 11, 2020 · Washington, the Nation’s Capital, Moves to Reopen. Washington, the City, Is Not Ready. As the coronavirus hits the White House, Congress and D.C.’s poorest areas, many across the region are asking...
A Roman Catholic priest who publicly questioned whether coronavirus restrictions have gone too far has been diagnosed with COVID-19, prompting local health officials in Washington, D.C., to instruct some parishioners to quarantine.