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Coronavirus Updates & Information from DC Government, Metro & Other Sources

[For links to the current issue Lead Stories, scroll down past this special report]

“D.C. leaders fear an outbreak that cripples the country”
“The nation’s capital — with its hundreds of thousands of workers responsible for running the nation’s coronavirus response — is about to get socked.” Click here to read the full POLITICO report. And on Saturday, April 4th the Washington Post reported DC Mayor Bowser as having declared the strong possibility that the District could see one in seven residents being infected and with the peak not until late June or early July. For the full story click here.


For the latest infection data and for advisories focused on mayoral & agency directives and policy decisions affecting restaurants, bars, etc. and other retail & service business closures, DC city services adjustments & reductions, see below. (Prior reports & directives can also be found by visiting Also included below are Metro service reductions and information from other sources. (For an historical perspective we call attention to our What Once Was feature story in the October 2018 issue about the 1918-’19 Spanish Influenza epidemic and its impact on Washington.)


As reported on the afternoon of April 2nd by District Links, “[a] coalition of 30-plus community groups is urging DC officials to step up relief efforts for DC residents affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the economic fallout. To read the 8-page letter click here.


As of Sunday morning, April 5th reporting, DC’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) data showed 96 new positive cases, bringing the District’s overall positive case total to 998; reported deaths increased from 16 to 22. Data reporting now sorted by age, gender, and by number of cases by ward — click here to see.


More Metro Service Reductions Announced

From the Publisher's Desk

Will DC be Able to Meet Coronavirus Costs?

Click the link below for the Current & Back Issues Archive to find a list of past and the current PDF documents.

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Archived issues of the print edition prior to June 2010 back to volume 18 (1970) are available to the public in the Washingtoniana Reading Room of the Martin Luther King Memorial Library, Room 307, 9th and G Streets, N.W. For more information, call (202) 727-1213.

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