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DC Kids Under 5 Can Get COVID Vaccine Starting Tuesday

The District will begin offering COVID-19 vaccines to children ages six months and older at COVID Centers in all eight wards beginning Tuesday, June...

Kids 5 to 11 Can Now Get the COVID-19 Booster in...

Check your child's vaccination card! It could be they're eligible for a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. And it is now available in...

COVID Centers to Distribute Kid’s KN-95 Masks Starting Wednesday

On Wednesday, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that all DC Health Ward COVID Centers will offer free child-sized KN95 masks beginning Wednesday, March 2. DC residents...

Officials: Road Closures, Caution for Friday and Sunday Marches

Two First Amendment activities will be held on the National Mall and Capitol Hill itself. On Friday, The March for Life heads down Constitution...

DC To Begin Vaccinating Kids 5-11 This Week

On Tuesday, Nov. 2 following official approval from the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for use of the COVID-19...

Congressional Chorus Back to Live With “Nightmare on G Street”

The Congressional Chorus is BACK with live, in-person concerts, starting with A Nightmare on G Street, a Halloween-themed extravaganza premiering Friday, October 29 and...

DC Council Mandates Vaccination for Staff

DC Council adopted a vaccination policy at their legislative meeting Tuesday, Oct. 5 which requires all new and current employees, including councilmembers, to be...

Mayor: Adults in Schools Must Be Vaccinated by Nov. 1

All adults that will be in District schools or childcare facilities will be required to be vaccinated by Nov. 1, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced...

All DC Residents Eligible for COVID Vaccine April 19

Are you pre-registered for the vaccine? On Monday, April 19, all DC residents 16 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. All essential workers...

Putting Equity Front and Center: Mt. Moriah Hosts Vaccine Clinic

On Friday morning, the feeling inside Mt. Moriah Baptist Church (1636 E Capitol St. NE)  was pure joy. Periodic waves of cheering and applause...
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