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