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Stay-at-home order leaves DC streets mostly empty

USATODAY.com Friday, 3 April 2020
Sidewalks and streets in one of Washington's usually busy neighborhoods are nearly empty after DC Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered residents to stay at home. (April 3)
 
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Vacant streets and empty restaurants are how the city looks on Sunday now. The stay at home order issued by Governor Mike DeWine is keeping people inside.It was supposed to end on Monday, April 6 but now it's been extended another month to May 1.

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