In DC, Covid outbreaks occur in schools, restaurants and the Kennedy Center



As 2022 approaches, things around Washington are starting to look more like 2020, thanks to the Omicron variant. The daily DC case rate is now more than double what it was last month. Here is what has been affected so far; we will keep the post up to date:

Kennedy Center

Curtains were supposed to rise on the Kennedy Center production Is not too proud Wednesday December 15, but after breakthrough case is part of the fully vaccinated company, the start date has been pushed back to December 28.


Throughout the pandemic, restaurants and bars have faced temporary closures as staff tested positive for Covid. The most recent closures are Petworth burger Hangout Slash stroke and cocktail bar / restaurant Dupont Bar Charley– both will be closed throughout the weekend.


At least four public or charter schools in the region are moving to virtual training due to the Covid epidemics. Manor Park Whittier Elementary School announcement he will not return to in-person learning until early next year. In Prince George County, Benjamin Tasker Middle School, Excel Charter Public School and Kettering Middle School will be go virtual until early January. The Georgetown Prep private Catholic school for boys also switched to virtual classrooms after at least 30 students tested positive.

The universities

One of DC’s first four Omicron cases was found in the Georgetown University Community. The school recently saw its upper one-day increase in cases. Georgetown, as well as the American University and George Washington University, are requiring booster injections early next year. Georgetown will cancel events indoors or hold them outdoors. GW canceled the events in person and made their final exams virtual.

Washington football team

The football team now has at least 21 players on his Covid-19 reserve list. The NFL in particular is experiencing an epidemic, with around 100 players around the league tested positive this week.



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