Seven months of working from home (and counting), expanded business hours, restricted building capacities, and daily uncertainty. As winter begins to move into the region, it is unclear how the pandemic will affect businesses and residents. But it is clear that each jurisdiction has different priorities and constraints, and that the situation is not static. With this in mind, all levels of government seem to be trying to anticipate what may be needed and how they should respond as many of their original orders and directives have expired or been revised.
The chart here has been updated with information for the DC Metro area, including Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties in Maryland, Fairfax and Arlington Counties in Virginia, and the District itself.
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