Mayor Muriel Bowser restored the citywide mandate, which will control mask wearing requirements across campus buildings, effective Saturday.
The program has helped local businesses operate throughout the pandemic since last May after indoor service was limited because of health concerns.
Bowser ended the District’s public health emergency but extended her public emergency order Saturday, retaining the power to implement a mask mandate.
The ANC unanimously called on DDOT to plant trees in the median of Virginia Avenue from Rock Creek Parkway to G Street NW during its meeting Wednesday.
Summer residents can now host off-campus students in their rooms if they have access to other buildings on campus.
WMATA officials said the change will allow more flexibility to people who have to work late.
The suspects, one armed with a pistol, attempted to rob approximately $180 from a man who had just finished servicing an ATM in Rome Hall, according to MPD.
Eleven GWorld vendors received federal grants from the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, and Tonic received the largest package with more than $2 million.
Only two of the 101 homicides in D.C. this year have occurred in Ward 2, which includes Foggy Bottom, according to MPD data.
The District hasn’t logged a COVID-19 related death in nearly three weeks while positivity rates remain around 1 percent.