Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 27 – NBC4 Washington

27September 2020

Would you feel safe sufficient to see live efficiencies indoors or a film outdoors as the coronavirus pandemic continues?

D.C. approved consent for six indoor venues to host efficiencies with no more than 50 people. City Winery, GALA Hispanic Theatre, Pearl Street Warehouse, The Kennedy Center, The Hamilton and Union Stage were invited to the pilot program.

D.C. likewise granted authorization for the Adams Morgan business enhancement district to host outdoor motion pictures. They likewise would be restricted to having 50 individuals. The executive director of the group, Kristen Bardern, said they're dealing with making a decision.

“We're weighing our choices to see if it makes good sense to hold outside motion pictures for 50 people,” she said.

The BID would still need to spend for licensing fees for the films and for a production business to set everything up.

Here's where we stand as the coronavirus continues to change our lives in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.


What the Data Shows

D.C. reported 35 more COVID-19 cases and no extra deaths. Maryland reported 431 more cases and 10 more deaths. Virginia reported 561 more cases and 14 more deaths.

The seven-day rolling averages in D.C. and Maryland were about stable compared to the data for the previous week. The average had a downward trend in Virginia.

Reporting can vary based on lab bandwidth, the number of people get evaluated and the day of the week.

The map listed below shows the number of coronavirus cases diagnosed per 100,000 residents.

Coronavirus Cases in DC

, Maryland and Virginia COVID-19 cases by population in D.C. and by county in Maryland and Virginia


Regional Coronavirus Headlines


Resuming Tracker


How to Stay Safe

There are methods to lower your risk of catching coronavirus. Here are guidelines from the CDC:

  • Anyone over the age of 2 need to wear a mask or face covering. Keep it over your nose and mouth.
  • Wash your hands often. When you do, scrub with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. As a backup, utilize hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol.
  • Prevent close contact with anybody who lives outside your house. That suggests staying 6 feet away from anyone outside your circle, even if you're using masks.
  • Constantly cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Clean and decontaminate often touched surface areas.

Source: nbcwashington.com

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