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Coronavirus closures: DC Pride Parade and Festival postponed due to coronavirus concerns

DMV closures and cancellations through end of April span from schools and universities, large gatherings and events, to local, state and federal government offices.

WASHINGTON — Multiple closures and cancellations have been issued across the DMV to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). That list includes schools, universities, local, state and federal buildings and government offices. Many private businesses are also moving to telework options for employees.

We compiled a list, updated in real-time and organized by D.C., Maryland, and Virginia: 

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