A Maryland National Guardsman who tested positive for the coronavirus was stationed at the FedEx Field screening site, sources told News4. The soldier is in isolation, according to a Maryland National Guard spokesman. Around 20 others are quarantined to limit the spread of the virus. Military medical personnel and leaders are cleaning and sanitizing work areas and equipment to protect…
D.C. is addressing concerns with the online unemployment application. Applicants say they are running into a snag with the online application requiring them to answer whether they have applied for two jobs before applying, despite that provision being removed by emergency legislation. The Districtâ€™s Office of Employment Services has been hit with a tidal wave of applications for unemployment benefits,…
Trump said he would ignore portions of the law demanded by some Democrats to give Congress additional visibility into the stimulus spending.
A patient shot a gun in the MedStar Washington Hospital Center waiting room Friday evening, according to a statement by hospital officials. Hospital security were able to control the situation and contact police. The shooter was taken into custody by police and the weapon was recovered, officials said. There were no injuries.
Four Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service personnel have tested positive for COVID-19.
A postal worker at the Brentwood Post Office in Northeast D.C. tested positive for COVID-19 Friday, according to the US Postal Service.Â However, the threat to other postal workers at the facility remains low, the postal service said. Of the more than 630,000 postal workers nationwide, 111 have tested positive for the virus, USPS said.
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The employee was sent home from Hampden Lane Liquor and Wine in Bethesda feeling ill on Wednesday. They tested positive Friday.