Black residents hit hard by covid-19

African Americans, who account for 30 percent of Maryland’s population, made up half of the state’s coronavirus deaths and cases.
Officials again raised alarms that the worst has yet to come across the greater Washington region.

Montgomery County to require shoppers to wear masks starting Monday

The suburb of one million will soon follow Los Angeles in mandating face coverings in businesses such as grocery stores and pharmacies.
Homebound residents in the D.C. area are doing spring cleaning and yardwork during the coronavirus shutdown, stressing suburban trash collection systems. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Post)
Homebound residents in the D.C. area are doing spring cleaning and yardwork during the coronavirus shutdown, stressing suburban trash collection systems. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Post)

Coronavirus spring-cleaning surge leaves residential garbage cans overflowing

Officials are asking residents not to “listen to your internal Marie Kondo.”
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See the latest coronavirus news and developments Friday in the Washington region.
We warm again by Sunday with 70s, as a rainy storm system approaches.
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You can go to the post office. Your nanny can come to your house. But no camping or pickup basketball.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement on April 4 urged offices to review custody of anyone over age 60 or who is ‘immune-compromised’
February ridership was up 9 percent, according to data released this week.

A roundup of news concerning the coronavirus outbreak in the Washington region.
Half of those dollars must be used for student emergencies.
The group’s letter puts the governor on the spot between key political allies and the state’s employers.
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