11th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Utilitarian Conference

May 9, 2022

Greetings. On the behalf of Pathology Utilitarian Committee, we warmly welcome you to the 11th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Utilitarian Conference (11EPUCG2022). The motto of the Pathology Conference –11EPUCG2022: […]

Mask Mandates Dropped for D.C. Schools Starting Wednesday

March 14, 2022

On Wednesday, March 16, the District’s public school system will no longer require students and staff to wear masks indoors, DC Schools Chancellor Lewis D. Ferebee announced over the weekend. […]

With Omicron, G.U. Cancels Events, Moves Finals Online

December 16, 2021

On Monday Dec. 13, DC Health announced the first four confirmed cases of the Omicron variant in the District of Columbia. One was reported to be at Georgetown University — “a community […]

Mayor Ends D.C.’s ‘Public Health Emergency’ While Retaining Emergency Powers

July 26, 2021

At 4:06 p.m. on Saturday July 24, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser took to Twitter to proclaim an end to the District’s coronavirus “public health emergency.” To allow for a “nimble” […]

ANC 2E, June 1: Sidewalks, Jelleff, Former Dean & Deluca Space

May 30, 2021

The Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E) will hold its June meeting, 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 1, virtually — via Zoom or a conference call. The following is the agenda, […]

D.C’s Pandemic ‘Turning Point’ Starts Tomorrow

May 20, 2021

Beginning 5 a.m., Friday, May 21, D.C. lifts nearly all COVID-19 restrictions on public and commercial activities, including capacity limits, types of activities, and time restrictions. The loosening does not […]

D.C. Mayor to Lift Nearly All COVID Restrictions on May 21

May 10, 2021

The loosening does not include bars, nightclubs or large entertainment and sports venues, however, which will be allowed to operate only at 50-percent capacity.  

No Dancing at Weddings, Says D.C.’s Mayor

May 6, 2021

Attendees must be seated and socially distanced from one another and from other household groups; standing and dancing are not allowed.  

D.C. Passes 1,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Mayor’s Sister Dies

February 25, 2021

COVID-19 led to a poignant and personal sorrow for D.C.’s Mayor Muriel Bowser, who announced the death of her older sister, Mercia Bowser, 64.

Vaccine Eligibility Expands, But Distribution Is Slow

February 22, 2021

The new eligibility for 16-to-64-year-olds applies to those with cancer, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, an immunocompromised state or other conditions.