Finally enjoying a meal outside: D.C. enters ‘phase 1’ of reopening

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  • A bit of normality returned to Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia on May 29 as the area began to emerge from the coronavirus lockdown. Residents were able to enjoy outdoor service at restaurants and get their hair cut for the first time in 60 days.

    The coronavirus remains a pervasive threat. On Thursday, the District, Maryland and Virginia reported 101 virus-related deaths, among the highest single-day counts in the past two weeks.By Friday morning, the region’s total number of infections had eclipsed 100,000. Still, with the number of hospitalizations stabilizing, the community spread slowing and testing capabilities expanding, the region’s leaders decided they could wait no longer to offer their residents and unraveling economies a measure of relief. Read more: SPECIAL OFFER: To thank you for your support, here’s a deal on a Washington Post digital subscription: $29 for one year

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