Five months and counting—that's how much time municipalities and businesses have spent continually adapting to the consequences of COVID-19.
States and local jurisdictions are modifying orders to slow or prevent evictions while providing funding to help people make ends meet. Our chart has updated, comprehensive information on COVID-19-related real estate provisions in the Washington, D.C., area. The chart covers Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in Maryland, Fairfax and Arlington counties in Virginia, and the District itself.
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