WASHINGTON — Multiple closures and cancellations have been issued across the DMV to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). That list includes schools, universities, local, state and federal buildings and government offices. Many private businesses are also moving to telework options for employees.
We compiled a list, updated in real-time and organized by D.C., Maryland, and Virginia:
- DDOT temporarily suspends late-night service on the DC Circulator through the end of Mayor Bowser’s declared public health emergency
- D.C. Pride Parade and Festivals scheduled for June are postponed due to coronavirus.
- All non-essential businesses have been ordered to close
- National Arboretum is closed in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus
- Metro trains will run every 30 minutes over the weekend
- Metro is closing Smithsonian and Arlington Cemetery stations effective March 19 at 5 p.m. to discourage cherry blossom trips.
- The Kennedy Center has extended its performance cancellations through May 10. Previously, they had shut down through March 31.
- Metro will operate from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays, and from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekends. Trains arrive every 15 minutes on each line at all times, including the Red Line, and all trains will operate with eight cars, the maximum possible length, to help maintain social distancing between customers.
- DC Public Schools closed until April 27
- Bars, restaurants, gyms and movie theaters closed
- White House cancels 2020 Easter Egg Roll out of an abundance of caution and in accordance with the National Emergency Declaration concerning the coronavirus.
- Cherry Blossom Ten Miler and 5K on April 5 is canceled
- The National Cherry Blossom Festival has been canceled, officials announced Friday.
- D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser adjusts D.C. government's operating status until April 27
- All Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Washington closed from March 16-27. Masses open to the public in all archdiocesan parishes, missions, and campus ministries will not be celebrated effective March 14 until further notice.
- Capital One Arena cancels all events until further notice.
- Smithsonian Museums, including the National Zoo, close effective March 14 until further notice.
- The NHL suspends the 2020 season, which means the Washington Capitals season is on hold indefinitely.
- Congress shuts down the U.S. Capitol, House and Senate office buildings to public until April 1.
- D.C. Health recommends non-essential mass gatherings through March 31 be postponed or canceled, including any social, cultural, or entertainment events.
- National Cherry Blossom Festival postponed and canceled many events.
- Shows canceled at 9:30 Club, Lincoln Theatre and The Anthem until April 1.
- Mayor Bowser pulled permits for the Rock and Roll Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K, and the Scope It Out 5K.
- Sidwell Friends will transition to "Distance Learning Plan" effective March 16.
- Catholic University of America moves classes online.
- St. Patrick's Day Parade postponed.
- Georgetown University moves to virtual learning.
- DCPS closes school Monday for COVID-19 preparations.
- National Cathedral closes three schools and cancels worship services for two weeks.
- George Washington University goes online, closes residences halls.
- Howard University moves all instruction to online classes as of March 23.
- Securities and Exchange Commission's D.C. headquarters asked employees to stay at home and telework due to the coronavirus.
- All non-essential businesses. Here's a list of what will remain open.
- All Maryland child care providers, except those serving essential personnel, are set to close by the end of the day Friday.
- Maryland's popular beach town Ocean City will close its beach and boardwalk at 5 p.m. Sunday to encourage visitors to stay home in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19.
- UMD is moving all undergraduate face-to-face instruction to remote instruction for the rest of the semester.
- Westfield closes a majority of its shopping centers, including Westfield Montgomery mall in Bethesda, Md.
- All Maryland bars, restaurants, movie theaters, gyms are shut down as of March 16. Food delivery, take-out and drive thrus are still open.
- All public schools in Maryland closed effective March 16-27.
- Frederick County closes all senior centers.
- Maryland holds classes online after spring break.
- Montgomery County Council cancels town hall.
- Bowie State University cancels in-class instruction.
- Eleanor Roosevelt High School and College Park Academy closed March 12 and 13 for cleaning and sanitizing.
- Anne Arundel County Public Schools cancels all large-scale public events and field trips.
- Anne Arundel County Public Library to close all branches and headquarters through March 29.
- All Maryland casinos, racetracks, and simulcast betting facilities to close indefinitely starting midnight on March 16.
- Maryland's April 28 primary has been delayed until June 2.
- @WestfieldMON in Bethesda will "temporarily close the majority of our shopping center operations" to fight the pandemic. Essential retailers will remain open. Gov. Larry Hogan issued an order on Thursday closing all malls in the state
- All entertainment venues were closed in Maryland on March 19
- Gov. Hogan directed the Maryland Department of Transportation to close the BWI airport terminal to all except ticketed passengers and airport employees.
- Maryland Schools will remain closed until at least April 24, according to Maryland State Superintendent Karen B. Salmon.
- All non-essential businesses must close. Here's a list of what's open and what's not.
- State Parks are day-trip only. Campgrounds and campsites will be closed as of March 27.
- All Virginia K-12 public schools closed through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year
- All restaurants must stop dine-in service (carry out, drive-thru or delivery only). Restaurants can continue to provide carry out, delivery and drive-thru services.
- St. Theresa Catholic School closed on March 12, to discuss next steps on how to protect their community from the virus with Office of Catholic School.
- University of Mary Washington moves all classes online for three weeks, beginning March 16 through April 3. Classes were canceled on March 12-13 to prepare.
- Arlington National Cemetery closed to visitors, funerals continue as scheduled.
- Virginia says businesses must follow federal crowd guidelines or close.
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