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More Virginians will now be able to get the coronavirus vaccine

The Department of Health has expanded Phase 1-B to people between the ages of 16-to-64 with chronic medical conditions. This is for frontline essential workers and retail pharmacy partners. Eligible residents can pre-register for the vaccine by signing up at vaccinate-dot-virginia-dot-gov or by calling 877-VAX-IN-VA.

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Math and Social Studies Strategies for DC Public School Students

As part of their latest 'Parent University, D.C. Public Schools are providing some resources for parents of elementary school students, Today's (3/18/21) event will focus on Math and Social Studies Strategies. You have to pre-register online. Visit the District's Twitter page or website for more information.

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Registering to get vaccinated in the DMV

Jerry talked about places in in the DMV that you could register to get vaccinated. You can find the websites here....D.C. coronavirus.dc.gov, Maryland covidvax.maryland.gov, Virginia www.vdh.virginia.gov/covid-19-vaccine.

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Southern Maryland will soon have a COVID vaccination site ran by federal officials

(Waldorf, MD) -- Southern Maryland will soon have a COVID vaccination site ran by federal officials. FEMA has announced their plans to support the new site. It will operate at Regency Furniture Stadium in Charles County as it becomes the state's fourth mass vaccination site. Officials say they plan to open the center in early March. You can visit covid-link-dot-maryland-dot-gov for more information about state-run vaccination sites. Governor Larry Hogan says the new Johnson-and-Johnson vaccine is expected in Maryland by early next week. This will be the first single-dose vaccine in the U.S.

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You can get an exemption from shoveling snow off of your sidewalk if you are older or disabled

(Washington, DC) -- If you’re someone who is a senior citizen or you have a disability, you can get an exemption from shoveling snow off of your sidewalk. The D.C. Department of Public Works has started a special program for those who are over 65 or have a disability. Right now the law says your sidewalk has to be clear within eight hours of a snowstorm. Now you can apply for a two-year exemption that goes through December 20222. The deadline to apply is on Sunday, and you can take care of this by visiting d-p-w-dot-dc-dot-gov.

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