Shoppers in D.C. grocery stores will need to wear face masks according to a new order by Mayor Muriel Bowser.
Here's everything you need to know about the novel coronavirus in the District, Maryland and Virginia.
A 4-year-old is recovering well after undergoing not one, but three open heart surgeries and she’s got the dance moves to prove it.
For Jewish people who use electronics on holidays, Passover is being handled much like Americans are living some aspects of their everyday lives during the COVID-19 pandemic -- virtually.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser issued an order that states farmer's markets, grocery stores and other retail food businesses in the District must submit a social distancing plan in order to continue operation.
The Metropolitan Police Department is mourning the loss of a 30-year veteran of the police force.
The boxes sat stacked up outside Children's National Hospital's delivery bay Tuesday night, waiting to be delivered to the nurses putting their lives on the line where patients and their families are being tested for COVID-19.
D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is calling for the chambers of the Jefferson and Lincoln memorials to be closed to the public during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Metropolitan Police Department sergeant has died unexpectedly following a medical emergency while on duty, according to authorities.
If D.C. gets a wave of coronavirus cases similar to New York City, in the worst case scenario, Mayor Muriel Bowser expects to see more than 93,000 cases – with the peak coming at the end of June or the beginning of July.
The historic Wharf Fish Market was shut down after images went viral on social media showing a packed market.
In general, few morgues in the country can hold even 200 to 300 bodies. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has asked the Defense Department for 100,000 body bags to prepare for the coronavirus pandemic.
D.C. officials have set up public hand-washing stations throughout the District in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.
D.C. officials reported 145 new coronavirus cases Saturday morning, bringing the District's total to 902.
Authorities say the death of a two-year-old found unconscious inside a home in Northeast, D.C. is being investigated as a homicide.
The fight against the coronavirus pandemic is taking place in hospitals, in homes, and without a doubt, in packed grocery stores too. It means grocery store employees may not be doctors or nurses, but during these difficult times, they’re most definitely essential.
A Howard University Hospital nurse died last Friday from coronavirus, according to the District of Columbia Nurses Association (DCNA).
The D.C. government on Wednesday released data on positive coronavirus tests that show no part of the city has been spared but there are no trouble spots. In other words, there are no sections of the city where the number of positive tests were so high to alarm epidemiologists.
Mayor Muriel Bowser on Wednesday said District data doesn’t show any particular hotspots amid the coronavirus outbreak in the nation’s capital.
National Park Service officials say seven employees within the agency have tested positive for novel coronavirus.