Georgetown Church Rector, Traveler Diagnosed as DC’s First 2 Coronavirus Cases

The rector at a historic Georgetown church and an international visitor to Washington, D.C., both tested positive for the novel coronavirus that’s sickened over 100,000 people worldwide, church and city officials confirm. These are the first two COVID-19 cases in the nation’s capital. Both are men in their 50s. D.C’s first coronavirus patient is a city resident and rector at…