City-operated parks and recreation centers will open for passive recreation activities but contact sports such as football, soccer or basketball will not be allowed.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, DC to Begin Phase One Reopening on Friday, May 29th
We take a look at how this disease is impacting out children.
Tags: Children, Children's National Hospital, coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Charles Berul, Dr. Marilyn Mcpherson-Corder, health
The state’s most populated region did not open like the rest of the state because of high COVID-19 infection and death rates.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Northern Virginia Enters Phase One on Friday, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam
Large Study Concludes Hydroxychloroquine Treatments Linked To Risk Of Death, Heart Arrhythmia
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, hydroxychloroquine, The Lancet
The announcement came during a news conference that released some of the findings of the Reopen DC Advisory Group.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Could Re-Open Next Week, reopen dc
One In Four Restaurants May Permanently Closure Due To Pandemic
Tags: business, coronavirus, COVID-19, Restaurant Association of Maryland, Restaurants
We discuss rent and mortgage payments during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Tags: Community Legal Services of Prince George's County, coronavirus, COVID-19, Eviction Lab, fannie mae, Freddie Mac, Kayla Williams, Mortgages, Muriel Garr, Personal Finances, rent, Staff Attorney
Are you supporting the re-opening or closing of America during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Jamila Bey, politics, Raynard Jackson, Re-Opening America During the Pandemic
Hogan urges caution as the “safer-at-home-order” kicks in.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Governor Larry Hogan, Maryland reopens
“It’s a troubling time for them,” Common said, “because they are the people who usually are overlooked.”
Tags: #WeMatterToo, Common, coronavirus, COVID-19