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Alexandria’s Week in Coronavirus

The City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Health Department (AHD) remind everyone that the safest place to be is at home.

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Arlington’s Week in Coronavirus

DAY OF MOURNING: Arlington County will join other officials and faith leaders across the country for the day of mourning. The County will hold a moment of silence and lower the County flag at the government building to remember the 109 Arlingtonians — and the more than 100,000 people nationwide (101,711 as of Saturday, May 30) who have died from COVID-19.

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Potomac’s Week in Coronavirus

RULES AND REGULATIONS: Montgomery County has developed reopening guidelines for businesses as we move into Phase 1 on Monday, June. 1.

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George Floyd on Our Minds in Montgomery County

Police use of force incidents in Montgomery County involve African Americans 55 percent of the time, even though they make up just 19.9 percent of the population.

While protests spread coast to coast, and local law enforcement condemn the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis, data show that police use of force locally targets African Americans disproportionately.

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Fairfax County’s Week in Coronavirus

Facemasks mandatory; outdoor seating in restaurants; retail stores start to open.

“Science shows that face coverings are an effective way to prevent transmission of the virus, but wearing them is also a sign of respect. This is about doing the right thing to protect the people around us and keep everyone safe,” said Gov. Ralph Northam.

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George Floyd on Our Minds

While protests spread coast to coast, and local law enforcement condemn the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis, data show that police use of force locally targets African Americans disproportionately.

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Alexandria’s Week in Coronavirus

OPENING NOW: Northern Virginia will open into Phase 1 on Thursday, May 28.

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Potomac’s Week in Coronavirus

200,000: Maryland surpassed 200,000 tests and completing testing of 3.5 percent of the state’s population, and now has the capacity and supplies to offer testing to Marylanders who may have been exposed to the disease even if they do not have symptoms.

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Arlington’s Week in Coronavirus

OPENING NOW: Northern Virginia will open into Phase 1 on Thursday, May 28.

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Alexandria Week in Coronavirus

More 89,000 deaths in United States, more than 275 cases in Alexandria in one week, but most of Virginia eases restrictions.

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Arlington Week in Coronavirus

Virginia begins to open despite adding more than 6,000 cases and 150 deaths in one week; Arlington up to 1,638 cases and 77 deaths.

Arlington and Northern Virginia will continue stay-at-home restrictions despite most of Virginia transitioning to Phase One of Governor Ralph Northam’s “Forward Virginia” reopening plan.

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Potomac Week in Coronavirus

Maryland passes 40,000 cases; cases increased more than 6,000 last week in the county, but state reduces restrictions; county takes an exemption.

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Fairfax Week in Coronavirus

Fairfax County cases increase more than 1,600 in last week, and Virginia rises more than 6,000 cases as most of the state eases restrictions.

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This Week in Coronavirus: Alexandria

Will Phase One begin Friday? Alexandria Mayor and chairs of Fairfax and Arlington Boards respond.

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This Week in Coronavirus in Fairfax County

Virginia surpasses 25,000 cases; Phase I being discussed while numbers of cases and deaths continue to rise.

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This Week in Coronavirus in Potomac

More than 200 cases in Potomac, more than 1,500 deaths in Maryland. County officials say they will be deliberate and thoughtful when lifting restrictions.

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This Week in Coronavirus in Mount Vernon

Phase I would ease some limits on business and faith communities, and would transition the stay at home directive to a “safer at home” guideline, especially for those in vulnerable populations.

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This Week in Alexandria Coronavirus

Alexandria approaches 1,000 reported coronavirus cases and Virginia surpasses 20,000, but Phase I recovery could come May 15.

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This Week in Coronavirus in Potomac: Thank You to Heroes

Montgomery County surpasses 5,000 Covid-19 cases, Potomac 150 cases, while health care workers continue to sacrifice their health for our loved ones.

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Nursery to Nursing Home, Up to 120 Beds in Potomac

Will the community have the ability to participate in the public process during Covid-19 pandemic?

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This Week in Alexandria in Coronavirus

United States passed one million Covid-19 Cases, and more than 50,000 deaths, while here at home, business task forces, hunger, more medicaid, expired licenses and more.

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This Week in Coronavirus in Potomac

United States approaches one million Covid-19 Cases, (988,810 reported as of Tuesday) and more than 50,000 deaths, while here at home we cope with hunger, eviction relief, relief for small businesses.

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This Week in Fairfax County in Coronavirus

U.S. has 973,000 Covid-19 Cases as of Monday, with over 50,000 deaths, while here at home we cope with business task forces, food shortages, medicaid expansion, expired licenses and more.

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This Week in Coronavirus in Potomac

Week of April 21

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This Week in Coronavirus in Alexandria

Ongoing synopsis of pandemic news.

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This Week in Coronavirus in Maryland

Surging unemployment claims to mandatory face masks: weekly synopsis of local news on pandemic.

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Suspect Lay Bleeding on the Floor

Verbatim accounts. Which to believe?

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Coronavirus Could Hit Families’ Finances: Seeking Paid Sick Leave for All

Don Beyer advocates for paid sick leave legislation and then self-quarantines after friend tests positive.

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Coronavirus Could Hit Families’ Finances

Millions of workers lack the sick leave that coronavirus could demand.

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American Legion Bridge Widening Back On

Potomac River, canal and habitat will be affected by new plan to widen the American Legion Bridge and add toll lanes.

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Trying to Slow Fast Tracking the Toll Lanes

How will Potomac environment, houses and land be impacted?

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‘Grave Concerns’ About Beltway

“In the era of climate crisis, making room for more greenhouse gas emitting vehicles on our roadways is irresponsible.”

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Adding Four Lanes, All Tolled, to 495?

Governors pitch private partnership to widen American Legion Bridge and include toll lanes on the Beltway.

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‘Enhanced Juice’ in Annapolis

Despite ‘gut-wrenching’ federal cuts on environment, Maryland passes initiatives.

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Opening Doors to Cabin John Park Volunteer Firehouse

Open house on River Road draws a crowd.

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Bullis QB Now a Redskin

2018 Heisman Trophy finalist Dwayne Haskins, a 2016 Bullis graduate, becomes Washington Redskins quarterback of the future.

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Wet Weather Dampened Visitation on Canal

Sharpshooters employed by the Department of Agriculture culled 22 deer on the Gold Mine Loop area in March.

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Fairfax County Police Reform: More to Be Done

Five years after an officer shot and killed John Geer in Springfield, Implementation Group offers look at successful reforms, and recommends action in other areas.

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New Look at Parking for 55-and-up Communities in Fairfax County

Seniors need their cars.

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Last Impression, Stay in Springfield

Board approves hotel on Backlick Road that had been long-time environmental and visual challenge.

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Business Outweighs Neighbors Concerns in Franconia

Community objections over last two years can’t change that the zoning is right for a carwash in Festival at Manchester Lakes.

$182 Million Sought for Public Safety in Fairfax County

Voters to decide bond referendum to fund improvements to fire stations, criminal justice academy, and courthouse.

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Legalizing Short-Term Rentals in Fairfax County

New regulations will permit homeowners to rent out homes up to 60 days a year.

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