- 1 Latest Washington, D.C. Coronavirus (COVID-19) News & Updates
- 2 Where to get tested for Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Washington, D.C.
- 3 Washington, D.C. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statistics
- 4 How to get Financial Assistance & Relief for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- 5 How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- 6 Other Helpful Links
- 7 See Also
Individuals are encouraged to get tested through their own health care provider so that when the test results come back the patient is already connected to the health care they need. If an individual needs a COVID-19 test and they do not have a provider, there are a number of options to obtain a test and a provider. If an individual needs a test and their provider is unable to give them a test, that individual should come to one of the District’s walk-ups or drive-thru sites.
The Department of Housing and Community Development has developed two rental assistance programs to assist residents with paying their rent during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
If you go to public places, minimize your interactions. That includes the number of people you interact with, as well as how close you get and how much time you spend.
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