the delta variant of the coronavirus has begun to slither through D.C. , threatening to dismantle the progress the region has made against the COVID-19 crisis.
D.C. partied like it was 2019 for the Fourth of July, but also solemnly commemorated six months since the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
It’s mostly good news at GW this week – the headlines of the past seven days have given us plenty to look forward to for the future.
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As D.C. reopens, some people are beginning to return to normal activities, while many more around the world have not been able to receive the vaccine.
Students should not let conspiracy theories or misgiven concerns about this setback dent their confidence in vaccines’ safety more broadly.
In voting to acquit Trump, 43 GOP senators betrayed their obligation to American democracy and the rule of law.
Declining COVID-19 cases and an increase in vaccinations are good signs, but people are still dying and new variants could complicate things.
The vaccine’s arrival signals that the end of the pandemic is near, but rising cases in the District mean we still need to wear masks and socially distance.
Pass up on seeing your extended family this Thanksgiving to make sure your loved ones are safe and healthy for the next one.