DC GOVERNMENT - The latest Covid-19 information for DC is available at: https://coronavirus.dc.gov Some highlights are:
Covid-19 Vaccine Information for DC
Although on June 13th it was reported that DC reached the 70% mark of its population having received at least one Covid-19 vaccination, the official DC website has reports only through June 14. That data shows that DC has administered 820,676 vaccine doses. These DC administered doses have accounted for an estimate of, 58.6% of DC residents being fully or partially vaccinated - 49.0% fully vaccinated and 9.6% partially vaccinated. Based on designated DC Health Planning Neighborhoods this accounts for: 52% of residents in Barnaby Woods (includes Hawthorne) including 94% 65 and older, 48% in Tenleytown (includes Friendship Heights) including 86% 65 and older, 45% in Chevy Chase including 79% 65 and older, 46% in Forest Hills including 75% 65 and older, and 39% in Brightwood, including 74% 65 and older.
All official DC vaccination information is available at: https://coronavirus.dc.gov/page/get-vaccinated Also, DC Health announced that residents who are unable to leave home to get vaccinated should call 1-855-363-0333 to make an appointment for an at-home vaccination.
For the most up-to-date Covid-19 test result information for Washington DC please visit DC's official Covid-19 website. Excellent data visualizations, especially at the neighborhood level, using official DC data can also be found at: https://dccovid.com/ .
OTHER COVID RESOURCES
Bilingual Health Call Center - City officials released a number, 1-844-796-2797, for a bilingual call center at Mary’s Center, a community clinic in Adams Morgan, for residents who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms but don’t have a primary care doctor.
DC - A toolkit has been put together by the DC government that is constantly being updated for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Covid-19 Newsletter: Dr. Lucy McBride - Subscribe to her newsletter here.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - They have many resources available for the population in general, for different population groups and for healthcare professionals. This includes a full symptoms page.
World Health Organization (WHO) - Many resources available including extensive Q&A section, guidance, mythbusters, and a worldwide dashboard.
COVIDActNow - Real-time modeling and metrics, Washington DC data.
COVID-19 Cases in the U.S. - Full up-to-date information on COVID-19 related cases and deaths supplied by CNN.
Allergy, Cold, Flu, or Coronavirus? - A handy chart that describes the general differences between these 4 conditions.
How to Coronavirus Proof Your Home - A tip sheet to make sure you don’t bring the virus back home with you.
File of Life - File of Life has prepared a free version of their card for people to use during the current health crisis. They have also worked with Montgomery County to prepare a slightly different version. The File of Life packet enables Fire and Rescue personnel to obtain a quick and accurate medical history including contacts and insurance information when a patient or family member is unable to provide it.
Ward 3 Mutual Aid Network - Do you need groceries, disinfectant, masks, hygiene supplies, child care, pet care, or any other support? If so, call 202-556-1315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.