Death Toll Tied To COVID-19 Rises In DC

The District’s death toll due to the coronavirus has increased. Officials announcing today that two more people have died due to the virus. One of those a 71-year-old woman who died at home without ever being tested. 11 have now died in DC from complications from COVID-19.  Meanwhile, new data details exactly were the coronavirus is striking the city.  Wednesday, the District released data that shows most of the COVID-19 cases in the city are among people in their 20s and 30s. Ward 6 had the most confirmed cases, followed by Ward 4. Fifty-three-percent of the city’s cases were men. Mayor Muriel Bowser says there are no hot spots in the city and continues to ask residents to stay indoors to help stop the spread of the virus.