I know Grant Shapps isn’t a scientist but he knows the pathogenesis of the disease is case-dependent. So: “high likelihood” would’ve been a guess on DC’s part. Which means any parent who thought they *might* get really ill could’ve done this. The roads would’ve been jammed.
Shapps says it untrue Cummings went back to Durham after Apr 14 Police DID speak to family. But it was DC’s father who made the contact & it was on security issues Doesn’t know abt Barnard Castle on Apr 12. But says DC out of 14-day isolation (this was height of lockdown)
Sunday, @MarthaRaddatz takes a closer look at COVID-19's racial disparities and talks to DC’s@MayorBowser about her city remaining a hot spot still very worrisome to health officials. See it on @ThisWeekABC
As I read it, DC’s proposed reopening plan basically makes it impossible for bars or music venues to operate profitably until there is a vaccine. That’s fine, if the city decides to cancel their rent.
Thinking on this again this AM: DC’s plan assumes we’re going to be able to reopen while simultaneously pushing infection rates lower, rather than just pray that they’re going to stabilize. Is that something any public health officials think is realistic?
“The mayor’s more conservative approach … is the right way to go,” said Eleanor Holmes Norton, Washington DC’s non-voting delegate to the House of Representatives.
@HUPrez17 and the new Howard University testing site will be featured tonight on ABC News Live’s coverage of DC’s COVID-19 disparities. Tune-in tonight at 7 p.m. ET on the @ABCNewsLive digital platforms:
DC’s brightest star is back! Gal Gadot returns as Diana Prince in #WonderWoman1984 , a sequel that goes bigger, bolder and more colourful – get the full story in the new issue of Empire, on sale Thurs 16 April. READ MORE:
. spent $1,560 in taxpayer money on 12 fountain pens (that’s $130 PER PEN) from one of DC’s priciest jewelry stores (), per report based on public records obtained by .
Washington, DC’s only public hospital just shut down its maternity ward
Sandy Hook rocked DanielleJohnson’s childhood. Now 15, she's an advocate for gun control (and angry as hell). With a cadre of classmates from Newtown High School, Johnson is gearing up to add her voice to DC’s#MarchForOurLives rally on Saturday.