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Our strongest protection for District workers at risk of losing their paycheck is unemployment insurance. Directions on how to start the process of applying for unemployment insurance are on the Department of Employment Services (DOES) website here. The quickest way to start an application is to apply online or call over the phone at (202) 724-7000.
D.C. Health is also regularly sending health notices to health providers with virus info and updated guidelines for testing. Those notices are available publicly here. All information about the District’s response to COVID-19 and how to protect yourself is available at coronavirus.dc.gov. If you are not already registered, get real-time emergency alerts and updates by signing up for AlertDC.
Links to specific COVID-19 toolkits are here:
- Symptoms of COVID-19
- COVID-19 Self-Assessment
- How to Take Your Temperature
- How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19
- Steps to Stop the Spread of Germs
- Stop Stigmas Associated with COVID-19
- Frequently Asked Questions
You can find the full list of operational changes across District government in the press release here.
Working Toward a More Accessible, Accountable DC
Elissa Silverman is an at-large member of the D.C. Council, focusing her career on making the District and its government accountable, responsive, and accessible to residents through her work as a budget analyst, reporter, and progressive reformer.Read More
Weekly updates about events, legislation, and services in DC