Articles tagged: covid-19
The Georgetown women’s basketball season opener scheduled to take place on Nov. 29 has been postponed after a member of the team tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement... Read more
Though D.C.’s COVID-19 rates have stayed below those of other regions, this does not mean the District’s COVID response has been perfect. In reality, coronavirus is pushing the city’s most... Read more
Georgetown has significantly contributed to homelessness and gentrification in D.C. We have the resources—and the imperative—to do better.
After a fall semester devoid of breaks, students asking for days off this spring to prevent burnout and Zoom fatigue.
Georgetown professors work to develop a framework for distributing any COVID-19 vaccines ethically and effectively.
Over the past few weeks, Georgetown enacted a pilot program for a select group of students to attend in-person classes.
D.C. Public Schools (DCPS) announced this week that they will not be reopening schools for in-person learning for roughly 7,000 elementary students next week as previously planned.
D.C. residents with iPhone and Android smartphones began receiving push notifications encouraging them to opt into a new mobile exposure notification system on Oct. 20.
Viral. It’s a term that’s held a lot of weight over the past seven months. With a viral pandemic circulating around the globe, and new TikTok dances racing through the... Read more
As the pandemic reaches record levels of infection, Georgetown has a duty to its students and its community to stay closed.
As federal stimulus loans run out and governments begin to lift dine-in restrictions, an increasing number of Georgetown neighborhood businesses have closed or are struggling to remain open.
Some Georgetown parents, united on Facebook and through a petition, are asking for the university to be in person for the spring semester.
COVID-19 has proven that there has been a severe lack of planning and financing for global health security programs. But TB has been telling us this for years.