President Frederick talks with Anita Jenkins, CEO of Howard University Hospital, about the role that Howard University Hospital is playing in the community in regard to COVID-19.
Tags: Anita Jenkins, COVID-19, Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick, Howard University, Howard University Hospital, President Frederick, The Journey, vaccine, WHUR
The reopening of county schools has been a point of contention between the PGCPS administration and the county teachers’ union.
Tags: COVID-19, Prince George's County Public Schools CEO Dr. Monica Goldson, Prince George's County Schools To Reopen April 8th, teachers, Theresa Mitchell-Dudley
Jadakiss is one of 20 New York celebrity voices that will participate in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s new COVID-19 public health campaign made in collaboration with Nicolas Heller, also known as @NewYorkNico.
Tags: COVID-19, Jadakiss, Jadakiss To Voice A COVID-19 PSA That Will Be Heard In NYC
City officials are hoping to reopen the testing sites tomorrow.
Tags: COVID-19, inclement weather, Testing
Has the pandemic lockdown changed how woman practice their beauty regimen?
Tags: beauty, COVID-19, makeup, Pandemic, self-care, women
Discussion about the county’s COVID-19 and vaccine response and other issues.
Tags: COVID-19, education, Prince George's County Council Chair Calvin Hawkins, Prince George's County Council Chair Calvin Hawkins on COVID-19 and Vaccine Response, Reopening schools
How are children doing after all of this time learning from home?
Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Lavanya Sithanandam, education, Lisa Lake, Pediatrician, Reopening Schools During The Pandemic
We talk to Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich and County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles about the new challenges.
Tags: County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles, COVID-19, Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich, Vaccines
Vaccines, dispelling myths and how to stay safe.
Tags: black coalition against covid-19, coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Lisa Fitzpatrick, Infectious Disease Specialist, MD, Vaccines
Attack on the U.S. Capitol, impeachment and the rest of the top stories of the week.
Tags: Attack on the U.S. Capitol, Bruce Johnson, COVID-19, Eva McKend, Impeachment, spectrum news, Veteran Journalist, Washington Correspondent
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Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Healthcare Vaccine Portal, Healthcare Worker
How can labor and business best work together to survive and thrive during the pandemic?
Tags: Antwayne Ford, business, coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Wayne Frederick, Howard University, Joslyn "Jos" Williams, Labor, Lee’s Flower and Card Shop, Metropolitan District 1199DC, National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees, Stacie Lee Banks, The Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce, The Washington Metropolitan Washington Council, Wanda Shelton-Martin
This year has been difficult for so many. How do you find your “happy place” amid the chaos?
Tags: Anxiety, Children, COVID-19, depression, Happy Place, Mental Health, Pandemic, Suicidal Ideations
New restrictions set to take place in Prince George’s County.
Tags: Angela Alsobrooks, COVID-19, Prince George's County
Financial assistance is available, but ends at the end of the month. Deadline for applying is Friday, December 11th.
Tags: CARES ACT, coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, Housing, John Falcicchio, Landlords, Renters
African American woman is a pioneer for the Prince George’s County Fire Department
Tags: COVID-19, fire safety, Hoarding, Prince George's County Fire Chief, Tiffany Green
The video “letter” speaks directly to the black community about COVID-19
Tags: black coalition against covid-19, COVID-19, Dr. Martha Dawson, Dr. Reed Tuckson, The National Black Nurses Association
Governor Hogan Announces Additional COVID-19 Enforcement Measures
Tags: COVID-19, Governor Larry Hogan, Maryland COVID Crackdown Continues
COVID-19, Election 2020 and the politics of the presidential transition.
Tags: Black Women Unmuted, COVID-19, Election 2020, Georgia Recount, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Kelly Macias, Micha Green The Afro-American Newspapers
WTU President Elizabeth Davis talks about the challenges of reopening schools in DC during the pandemic.
Tags: COVID-19, education, Elizabeth Davis, Theresa Mitchell-Dudley, Washington Teachers' Union
The new restrictions go into effect at 5pm on Friday, November 20th.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Maryland Gov. Ramps Up COVID Restrictions
“Don’t come for my ex, no matter how long ago we broke up! ijs”
Tags: Angela Stribling, autumn joi, Coka-Lani, COVID-19, Girl Code, HUR@Home Lifestyle, Nina Brown, Pandemic, Ticketmaster, veterans day
With COVID-19 cases rising, Northam adds new rules statewide.
Tags: COVID-19, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, Virginia Governor Tightens COVID Restrictions
Trump, stewing over election, to deliver remarks on vaccine.
Tags: COVID-19, President Trump to Make First Comments in a Week
What we must do to stay safe?
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Surge
The jump is a new single day record since May.
Tags: COVID-19, DC Reports Coronavirus Case Spike
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is also recovering from the coronavirus.
Tags: Ben Carson tests positive for COVID, COVID-19
Voter suppression is real.
Tags: Angela Stribling, autumn joi, Coka-Lani, coronavirus, Covid, COVID-19, Daviod Adefeso, domestic violence, early vote, hotline, lockdown, Nina Brown, Pandemic, Rise, Tamar Braxton, vote, Voter suppression
Tips on how to co-parent during the pandemic.
Tags: Co-Parenting During The Pandemic, coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Robert Evans, Dr. Yolandra Hancock, health, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Parenting, Pediatrician
Trump Expected To Hold Campaign Event At White House Tomorrow.
Tags: COVID-19, President Trump, The White House
Medical and political implications of President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis.
Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Ali Ramadan, Dr. Niambi Carter, health, Pandemic, President Trump returns to The White House
Trump says he’s leaving hospital for White House.
Tags: COVID-19, President Trump to be Released from Hospital Today
We examine what the coronavirus infection means for President Trump’s health and the politics going forward.
Tags: Blacks Against COVID-19 Coalition, COVID-19, Dr. Reed Tuckson, Dr. Robinson Wooward Burns, Howard University, President Trump
Vice President Mike Pence, who has tested negative for COVID-19, plans to continue to his campaign schedule.
Tags: COVID-19, Mike Pence, Trump Campaign, Trump Won't Campaign In Person For Now
The count is kept by Johns Hopkins University, based on figures from state health authorities.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, US Death Toll From Coronavirus Hits 200000
Black restaurant owners talk about surviving during the pandemic shutdown.
Tags: Black Restaurant Week, COVID-19, Derek Robinson, Food, Pandemic Shutdown
The new ordinance is similar to those in the District and Maryland.
Tags: Alexandria City, COVID-19, Masks, Mayor Justin Wilson
Is this best or worst time to look for love?
Tags: Bershawn Shaw, COVID-19, dating, Pandemic, Reginald Smith, relationships
Suicide ideation and the COVID-19 pandemic
Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Kelechi Fluitt, Dr. Paulette Hubbert, Howard University Counseling Service, LCSW, Licensed Psychology Associate, Pandemic, World Suicide Prevention Day
DCPS Chancellor talks about the new school year under the distance learning policies.
Tags: COVID-19, DCPS, distance learning, Dr. Lewis Ferebee, education
The state of Maryland moves closer to fully reopening during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: COVID-19, Larry Hogan, Maryland stage 3
The U.S. leads the world in the number of coronavirus cases, with 5.4 million cases reported as of Tuesday, and more than 170,000 confirmed dead, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
Tags: Colleges Grapple With Coronavirus As Students Return, coronavirus, COVID-19
Howard University Hospital CEO discusses the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and re-imagining the hospital.
Tags: Anita Jenkins, CEO Howard University Hospital, coronavirus, COVID-19, health, health care, Medical Monday
Keeping seniors emotionally and physically safe during the pandemic.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Department of Aging and Community Living, Dr. Heather Stowe, health, Lisa Marsh-Ryerson, president, Senior Citizens, The AARP Foundation
Dr. Monica Goldson answers questions about reopening school for the 2020-2021 school year.
Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Monica Goldson, education, Prince George's County Schools, Public School Education During The Pandemic
Addressing immunizations and other non-COVID-19 healthcare issues.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Omeche Idoko-Forrester, Family Physician, health, Medical Monday, Medical Pavilion at National Harbor
Several college football conferences could cancel this year.
Tags: Big Ten College Football, coronavirus, COVID-19, sports
George Washington University are looking for participants for their clinical trial
Tags: Bobby Gailes, Clinical trials, COVID-19, Dr. David Diemert, GW University, Taking it to the Streets, whur fm
Sometimes you have to unplug from the job for your mental health.
Tags: Career, coronavirus, COVID-19, Jobs, Mental Health, Sonia Alleyne
Maryland and Virginia are not included in the hotspot quarantine order.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, DC to Require Travelers from Hotspots to Quarantine, Quarantine