Global  

DC's pandemic stay-at-home order lifted on Friday

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Mayor Muriel Bowser Wednesday announced that Washington, D.C. would lift its stay-at-home order, issued because of the coronavirus pandemic, on Friday. Bowser outlined the first steps as part of a phased reopening of the nation's capital. (May 27)
 
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Muriel Bowser Muriel Bowser Mayor of the District of Columbia

DC's Black Lives Matter Street Mural Is Visible From Space [Video]

DC's Black Lives Matter Street Mural Is Visible From Space

The new Black Lives Matter street mural in Washington D.C. can be seen from space. Planet Labs, the largest satellite network for earth observation, sent out a satellite image of the mural seen clearly from space. Last week, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser had the bright yellow mural painted onto the street leading to the White House. Business Insider reports that the huge, bright yellow letters seemingly appeared overnight. In addition to the mural, the section of 16th St.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:32Published
Street Near White House Renamed 'Black Lives Matter Plaza' [Video]

Street Near White House Renamed 'Black Lives Matter Plaza'

The order was made by Mayor Muriel Bowser, who also had a 50-foot "BLACK LIVES MATTER" mural made near Lafayette Park. According to NBC Washington, the project was done by a city public works crew.

Credit: Cover Video STUDIO    Duration: 01:20Published
US Protests: Indian-American gives shelter to 70 protestors, says 'would 100 percent do it again' [Video]

US Protests: Indian-American gives shelter to 70 protestors, says 'would 100 percent do it again'

Rahul Dubey, an Indian-American gave shelter to 70 protestors at his home in Washington DC. While talking to ANI, he said, "What I saw was nothing short of genocide. When that is happening, people getting clubbed on head, pepper-sprayed in back, it is just pure horror and terror that I can never even imagine". He further added, "I just saw that people were getting crushed and I opened up the door and started yelling 'get in, get in', it was the only safe haven that was around. It wasn't a conscious decision. If it would be a conscious decision, I would 100 percent do it again". Protestors across the United States have been protesting since May 25, when the 46-year-old African-American man died in police custody in Minneapolis. The Mayor of Washington DC Muriel Bowser, announced curfew after protests near White House. Nearly 40 cities imposed curfew in response to violent protests across the US. The countrywide protests erupted when a video showing a policeman kneeling on Floyd's neck for at least eight minutes, while the African-American man kept saying that he could not breathe.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:16Published
'Black Lives Matter' mural painted on street leading to White House [Video]

'Black Lives Matter' mural painted on street leading to White House

A massive Black Lives Matter mural in street-width yellow letters was painted on a street near the White House on Friday in support of the movement and to pay tribute to the memory of George Floyd.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:03Published
D.C. paints street with "Black Lives Matter" [Video]

D.C. paints street with "Black Lives Matter"

The mayor of Washington, D.C., may lack authority over the National Guard and federal agents policing her streets, but she has other ways of rebuking the White House. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 02:23Published

Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Capital of the United States

Judge Moves to Delay Federal Execution Scheduled for Monday

A district court in Washington, D.C., put the execution of Daniel Lewis Lee on hold hours before it was to be carried out. The Justice Department immediately..
NYTimes.com

Romance scam: US woman freed after year as hostage in Nigeria

The 46-year-old woman from Washington DC was held for more than a year and lost $48,000, police say.
BBC News

Washington, D.C. beekeepers are essential workers

Washington, D.C., has declared beekeepers as essential workers during the coronavirus outbreak. (July 11)
 

USATODAY.com

Man charged for allegedly attempting to burn down DC Metropolitan Police station

Jerritt Jeremy Pace was arrested on May 29 after allegedly making social media posts about wanting to burn down D.C. Police's Fourth District Station.
 

USATODAY.com

Related videos from verified sources

Wisconsin Supreme Court Tosses Stay-At-Home Order; What About Illinois? [Video]

Wisconsin Supreme Court Tosses Stay-At-Home Order; What About Illinois?

Could the Illinois Supreme Court take up a similar challenge to the Illinois stay-at-home order during the coronavirus pandemic? CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.

Credit: CBS 2 Chicago     Duration: 02:47Published
Prince George's County Holds Press Conference, Not Reopening With State [Video]

Prince George's County Holds Press Conference, Not Reopening With State

Prince George's County will not reopen Friday at 5 p.m. when the governor will lift Maryland's stay at home order. Instead, County Executive Angela Alsobrooks issued a stay at home order for Prince..

Credit: WJZ Baltimore     Duration: 40:31Published
Gov. Hogan lifts stay-at-home order, certain businesses can now reopen on Friday [Video]

Gov. Hogan lifts stay-at-home order, certain businesses can now reopen on Friday

Gov. Hogan lifts stay-at-home order, certain businesses can now reopen on Friday

Credit: ABC 2 News WMAR     Duration: 04:05Published

Tweets about this