WASHINGTON - D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser spoke with reporters Tuesday to address the District's plan to deal with the coronavirus as cases continue to spread across the globe.
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Last week Bowser issued a Mayor's Order designating the D.C Health Department and the D.C Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency responsible for coordinating the District's emergency response planning for any potential impacts from COVID-19.
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Health officials in the District say they have tested six people for the coronavirus.
According to the D.C. Health Department's website, five tests for COVID-19 have come back negative and one is still pending.
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No confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported in D.C.
Health officials say six have died and over 100 have been sickened by the coronavirus in the United States.