• Turkey - 1581 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • Turkey - 71 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • Turkey - 2102 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • Asia - 1581 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • Asia - 71 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • Asia - 2102 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • North Macedonia - 142 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • North Macedonia - 12 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • North Macedonia - 637 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • Europe - 142 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • Europe - 12 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • Europe - 637 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • Czechia - 513 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • Czechia - 89 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • Czechia - 7510 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • Europe - 513 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • Europe - 89 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • Europe - 7510 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • Brazil - 41 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • Brazil - 2871 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • South America - 41 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • South America - 2871 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • Palestine - 609 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • Palestine - 8 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • Palestine - 506 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • Asia - 609 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • Asia - 8 Deaths (11 months ago)
  • Asia - 506 New Cases (11 months ago)
  • Cuba - 57 Recovered (11 months ago)
  • Cuba - 1 Deaths (11 months ago)

COVID-19 statistics for USA - District of Columbia

Total Cases



New Cases


Total Deaths



Total Recovered



Active Cases



Critical Cases



Last update: 45085571 seconds ago

Coronavirus statistics for District of Columbia

State/Territory Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Critical
District of Columbia 2666 190 91 5 608 0

COVID-19 Latest News for District of Columbia:

8 months ago
Albany County reports 34 new COVID-19 cases - Top Stories

Albany County is reporting 34 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday. That makes 118 active coronavirus cases in the county.

8 months ago
Seniors to bury 2020 COVID-19 time capsule - Top Stories

Seniors at Eddy Hawthorne Ridge Assisted Living in East Greenbush will bury a special 2020 coronavirus time capsule. The idea is to open it up in 20 years to show future generations what we are experiencing.

8 months ago
While mayor walks, City Hall reportedly blows deadlines on Council reviews
New York Post

Can City Hall is blowing deadline after deadline when it comes to providing the City Council with legally mandated reports about the shape and function of municipal government.

8 months ago
Colonie Public Operations Building set to reopen Thursday after virus case - Top Stories

The building closed Wednesday to undergo a deep cleaning after a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus.

8 months ago
Navigating The Profound Sense Of Loss And Mental Health Challenges During COVID: A Conversation With Jumaane Williams & Dr. Mark Epstein
CBS New York

The coronavirus pandemic has been marked by a great sense of loss - whether it's the loss of a loved one, the loss of our good health, a job, or sense of normalcy. And no one is immune. 

8 months ago
Wall Street reportedly raked in nearly $27.6 billion during COVID-19 peak
Metro | New York Post

ALBANY — Wall Street made a killing during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic — at a time of sky high statewide unemployment that has put 500,000 Big Apple residents out of work. The securities industry raked in a massive pretax profits fortune of $27.6 billion for the first six months of 2020...

8 months ago
Apple debuts ‘Express’ outdoor shopping model amid COVID-19
New York Post

Apple is experimenting with an outdoor shopping model as it tries to Covid-proof its retail experience. The iPhone-maker’s new “Express” stores  — which typically consist of a wall and sales counters erected in front of an Apple Store — arrive as the coronavirus pandemic...

8 months ago
Corrections officer at Rensselaer County Jail tests positive for COVID-19 - Top Stories

An employee at the Rensselaer County Jail has tested positive for the coronavirus. The county says it is a 29-year-old corrections officer from Schodack.

8 months ago
After stopping chemo due to COVID-19, mom of 4 dies of brain cancer
New York Post

The toll of COVID-19 goes beyond the virus itself. A 31-year-old mom of four has died after she was forced to stop chemotherapy for brain cancer while battling the coronavirus. Emma Jenkinson passed away over the weekend, leaving behind her husband and young children who range in age from 11 to 2. The...

8 months ago
Activist in Spider-Man costume climbs Big Ben in anti-lockdown protest
News | New York Post

An activist dressed as Spider-Man scaled scaffolding outside London’s Big Ben on the edge of Parliament early Thursday — unfurling two huge banners, one blasting the country’s coronavirus lockdown and the other insisting “all lives matter.” The unidentified wallcrawler...

8 months ago
US Jobless Claims Drop to 787,000, But Layoffs Remain High
Local – NBC New York

With confirmed infections having neared 60,000 in the past week, the highest level since July, many consumers have been unable or reluctant to shop, travel, dine out or congregate in crowds — a trend that has led some employers to keep cutting jobs. Several states, such as Ohio and Idaho, are reporting...

8 months ago
US workers file 787,000 new jobless claims amid COVID crisis
New York Post

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell to 787,000 last week despite continued pressure on the labor market from the coronavirus pandemic, the feds said Thursday.

8 months ago
D.C. already has $90 million back from FEMA for fighting covid-19. So far, Fairfax County has $0.
Covid Spider

Some officials in the D.C. suburbs are quick to note … and state agencies to The Washington Post show that the District … by that time, Rodriguez said, D.C. had already received millions from … equipment. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) “was very clear to get …

8 months ago
Businesses Reopen in NYC's Improved Cluster Zones Thursday; Other Spots See Rules Tighten
Local – NBC New York

What to KnowGov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled new benchmarks Wednesday for reopening cluster zones; they focus on positivity rates, sources of new cases, hospitalization and new case trends and enforcementBased on those new benchmarks, he eased restrictions in some Queens hotspots and intensified them in Brooklyn...

8 months ago
Can’t walkout the talk: De Blasio goes for aimless strolls as city struggles to get by
Metro | New York Post

The coronavirus is still gripping the city, a fiscal meltdown looms and New York has been rocked this year by civil unrest, but instead of stepping up, Mayor Bill de Blasio has been stepping out. Hizzoner has taken to regularly walking off the job — literally — in the middle of his workday for meandering...

8 months ago
Rally to be held outside of Greene Correctional Facility over COVID-19 outbreak - Top Stories

Demonstrators will be holding another rally outside the Greene Correctional Facility Thursday over an outbreak at the prison. More than 100 inmates and 14 employees have tested positive for the coronavirus over the last two weeks.

8 months ago
In Video Classes Teachers Parse Clues to Student Wellbeing
Local – NBC New York

To Brouder’s surprise, a social worker from the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families called her later that day; someone had reported an adult male exposing himself during the class. That was followed by a visit from a police detective sent by the school to do an in-person wellness...

8 months ago
Asian American New Yorkers Experienced Highest Surge in Unemployment During Pandemic
Local – NBC New York

A Bangladeshi American New Yorker says she was laid off from her steady job at a Hudson News newsstand during the coronavirus pandemic, NBC News reports. Her husband, who’s undocumented and spent years working in restaurant kitchens, is also unable to work because of several serious medical issues...