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Cases following Christmas weren’t as high as after Thanksgiving, but the daily case rate and COVID-19 hospitalizations are still in the red, at Phase 0/1 levels. To see today’s coronavirus cases and more information, visit our coronavirus dashboard. [EOM] A week out from reopening schools, 5,200 students accepted in-person slots, while 1,800 teachers were asked […]
The daily case rate is higher now than in May, when the District was under a stay-at-home order. To see today’s coronavirus cases and more information, visit our coronavirus dashboard. [EOM] The “holiday pause” isn’t entirely lifted: People can eat indoors but can’t peruse libraries. Curbside only. [Twitter] The pandemic made luxury real-estate hot. The […]
At the beginning of 2020, Michelle Busch was focusing on building client relationships and making her company, Event Solutions DC, a go-to for everything from PR to event planning to travel management. Then the coronavirus pandemic shut down the D.C. region in March and nearly all her revenue evaporated. Busch has been getting by on […]
Unhoused People and Outreach Workers Are Stressed as Inauguration Security Disrupts Aid Efforts Ten days after a pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol left at least five people […] The daily case rate and COVID-19 hospitalizations remain in the red or at Phase 1/0 levels. To see today’s coronavirus cases and more information, visit our […]
Ten days after a pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol left at least five people dead, Shannon Clark headed out with her partner to distribute loaded Metro cards to unhoused people in downtown D.C. It was an eerily quiet Saturday morning. The streets surrounding the White House, National Mall, and U.S. Capitol were entirely closed […]