ALERT DC: PHASE II ReOpen DC NOTICES REVEALED – COVID-19 – DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

ALERT DC: PHASE II ReOpen DC NOTICES REVEALED – COVID-19 – DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

ALERT DC: PHASE II PLAN REVEALED – COVID-19 – DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Note: Nonprofit HR is sharing this message direct from the District of Columbia AlertDC system to inform area employers and the workforce. Click here for more information on coronavirus testing and other information regarding the pandemic.


Mayor’s Order

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUANCE SYSTEM

Mayor’s Order 2020-075

June 19, 2020

SUBJECT: Phase Two of Washington, DC Reopening

ORIGINATING AGENCY: Office of the Honorable Muriel Bowser, Mayor

By virtue of the authority vested in me as Mayor of the District of Columbia pursuant to section 422 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973, Pub. L. 93-198, 87 Stat. 790, D.C. Official Code § 1-204.22 (2016 Repl.); pursuant to the Coronavirus Support Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2020 (the “Act”), effective May 19, 2020, D.C. Act 23-328, and any substantially similar subsequent emergency or temporary legislation; section 5 of the District of Columbia Public Emergency Act of 1980, effective March 5, 1981, D.C. Law 3-149, D.C. Official Code § 7-2304 (2018 Repl.); section 5a of the District of Columbia Public Emergency Act of 1980, effective October 17, 2002, D.C. Law 14-194, D.C. Official Code § 7-2304.01 (2018 Repl.); section 1 of An Act To Authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to make regulations to prevent and control the spread of communicable and preventable diseases, approved August 11, 1939, 53 Stat. 1408, D.C. Official Code §§ 7-131 et seq. (2012 Repl.); and in accordance with Mayor’s Order 2020-045, dated March 11, 2020, Mayor’s Order 2020-046, dated March 11, 2020, Mayor’s Order 2020-050, dated March 20, 2020, Mayor’s Order 2020-063, dated April 15, 2020, Mayor’s Order 2020-066, May 13, 2020, and Mayor’s Order 2020-067, dated May 27, 2020. Some notices that are hereby ORDERED may be seen at the following notices:

II. PHASE TWO GENERAL PROVISIONS AND PROHIBITION ON MASS GATHERINGS

III. PHASE TWO NONESSENTIAL RETAIL BUSINESSES

IV. PHASE TWO NONESSENTIAL, NON-RETAIL BUSINESSES

V. PHASE TWO BUSINESSES AND ACTIVITIES THAT REMAIN CLOSED

VI. PHASE TWO LEARNING INSTITUTIONS

VII. PHASE TWO LICENSED FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS

Abbreviated Background

The start of Phase Two is based on the Department of Health’s (DOH) evaluation of certain gated criteria. These are consistent with criteria recommended by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and DOH’s determination that the District has met applicable metrics that enable us to reduce certain restrictions on businesses, government operations, services, and activities. In general, the move from Phase One to Phase Two means that we have moved from substantial, controlled transmission where significant mitigation steps were warranted, to minimal to moderate community transmission, where moderate mitigation steps are warranted. See more details.


This is an important message from the District of Columbia AlertDC system

To flatten the curve, the District of Columbia Government is offering free walk-in testing for residents experiencing coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms. The District has testing sites located around Washington, D.C.

DC residents experiencing any COVID-19 symptom (fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, congestion, body aches, chills, runny nose) or with known exposure to COVID-19 should get a COVID-19 test. You DO NOT need a doctor’s note for any of the walk-in sites.

Need a Test? Get a Test – See locations!

 


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