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Allison’s Timeline: 5/22 – DC Public Schools to begin on Aug 31st

School leaders are planning to host a series of focus groups to discuss scheduling options and other needs of families with students in DCPS schools.

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/21 – Oprah’s $12 Million Covid Relief

The Oprah Winfrey Charitable Foundation announced the newest grant recipients of Oprah Winfrey’s $12 million COVID-19 Relief Fund. The $12 million in grants support organizations in Oprah’s “home cities” of Nashville, Chicago, Milwaukee, Baltimore and Kosciusko, Mississippi that are helping underserved communities currently experiencing a disproportionate impact from the pandemic.

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/20 – How To Get a Free COVID-19 Test

Visitors can walk or drive up to the testing locations.

Officials say visitors will first be asked for their name, date of birth, address, phone number and current symptoms.

They then will be asked to proceed to the next station to have their specimen collected. Nasal testing is preferred, but oral swabs are available upon request.

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/19 – He Started Taking Hydrocychloroquine

Trump also shares that his doctor did not recommend the drug to him, the White House physician gave it to him. Despite many of his administration’s top medical professionals advising against the drug, he says it’s “good.”

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/18 – All Passengers To Wear Masks

Beginning Monday, all Metro and Metrobus riders will be required to wear masks or face coverings to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/15 – Men Wearing Face Masks

The survey, conducted by American and British researchers, also found that men are less likely to believe they’ll be significantly impacted by Covid-19 than women. Which is ironic, because there is a huge amount of evidence showing that men are much more likely to die from coronavirus. Researchers are still trying to figure out whether this is due to biology or behavior.

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/14 – Tyler Perry Will Open Studio

Tyler Perry is moving forward with restarting TV production amidst the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, the 50-year-old director is gearing open to begin filming in July.

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/13 – New Coronavirus Cases in PG County

Prince George’s County still has the highest number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus of any county in the state, according to the latest data from the Maryland Department of Health. Second on the list is Montgomery County, with a total of 7,283 positive infections.

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/12 – Steve Harvey Foundation Helps Baltimore High Schooler

“I really wanted to kill myself sometimes,” he said. “I didn’t want to be on Earth, but I know God put me here for a reason and God is going to guide me in the right direction.”

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Allison’s Timeline: 5/11 – “An Absolute Chaotic Disaster”

“What we’re fighting against is these long-term trends in which being selfish, being tribal, being divided, and seeing others as an enemy — that has become a stronger impulse in American life.”

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