Tags: coronavirus, Vaccinations, vaccine
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
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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
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
A coronavirus surge has resulted in stricter restrictions in our region, specifically in Maryland.
Tags: coronavirus, Maryland bars and restaurants, National Harbor, Unaccompanied minors
Phizer has asked the Food and Drug Administration for emergency approval of its new vaccine.
Tags: coronavirus, Emergency approval, FDA, Pfizer vaccine
The new restrictions go into effect at 5pm on Friday, November 20th.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Maryland Gov. Ramps Up COVID Restrictions
Let’s continue to keep Jeremih in our prayers as he continues to fight for his life.
Tags: celebrities with COVID, coronavirus, Jeremih, Jeremih battles COVID, Jeremih Now Responsive In COVID Battle
What we must do to stay safe?
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Surge