A few businesses remain open on M Street, such as Thunder Burger (takeout and delivery only), Moby Dick, America Eats (meals for the needy) and even Georgetown Tobacco.
The rector of Georgetown's Christ Church, the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Washington, D.C., is back home from the hospital.
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Cole, 59, was the first Washington, D.C., patient diagnosed with coronavirus on March 7, after being admitted with pneumonia on March 5. He has been isolated ever since.
The wave is the brainchild of Georgetown Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Elizabeth Miller, who said: "We had 11 households on our block last night, including an accordion player, two horns and pups!"
Mayor Bowser directed restaurants to shut their bar areas and make a six-foot distance between patrons. For Billy Martin of Martin's Tavern, that directive makes an already small establishment smaller.
Though Cole is on the mend, four parishioners have tested positive for the disease, including the church’s organist, Tom Smith.
The District is recommending that nonessential gatherings of more than 1,000 persons, including conferences and conventions, be postponed or cancelled through March 31.
According to Christ Church spokesman Rob Volmer, the Rev. Tim Cole fell ill shortly after attending an Episcopal conference in Louisville on Feb. 22.