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Monday, March 30, 2020

Mayor Orders Closure of Non-Essential Business

The Mayor has officially issued the order to close non-essential services. Mayor Muriel Bowser issued Mayor’s Order 2020-053: Closure of Non-Essential Businesses and Prohibition on...

Local Pub Converts into Local Pantry

As DC restaurants must limit themselves to carryout and delivery service, some places are getting creative. British-American pub Alibi, which normally pours draft beers and whiskeys...

Help Ward 6 Mutual Aid Team Get Help to Families

The DC Mutual Aid Network is organizing Ward by Ward to help those who are hit hardest by the economic consequences of the coronavirus....

Local Companies to Supply Sanitizer to District

DC is sourcing hand sanitizer from local businesses, including a distillery and coffee company, the Mayor's office announced Monday in a press release. On March...

How Long Does COVID-19 Survive in Air, on Surfaces?

All medical experts agree: Social distancing is a critical tool in the fight against the coronavirus, or COVID-19. But how far is far enough...

WMATA: Use Transit Only for Essential Trips

Transit Service will be scaled back again for the week of Monday, March 23 to Friday March 27, as a result of the COVID-19...

Coronavirus Myths Dispelled

There are lot of rumors flying around in regard to COVID-19 (aka the coronavirus). Are dogs safe? Take-out food? Jogging past neighbors on the...

Mayor Extends COVID-19 Emergency, School Closures

In a press conference after the announcement of the District's first death due to COVID-19, Bowser extended the Mayor's Order of March 16 Prohibiting...

Sephora Boards Up Eastern Market Location

Workers were seen boarding up the Sephora Studio store (330 Seventh St. SE) near Eastern Market the morning of Friday, March 20. Popville first...

First District Death Due to COVID-19

The District has lost its first resident to COVID-19. The DC Department of Health announced the death of the patient, a 59-year-old male, early the...
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