Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that the District has seen four consecutive days with no coronavirus deaths.
The first DC resident died from coronavirus complications on March 20. Since then, at least 528 individuals have died from Covid-19.
This is the first time since then that the District has seen four consecutive days without a loss of life due to coronavirus.
This comes as coronavirus cases are still slightly trending up.
The city reported 59 new cases today, bringing the district’s overall positive case total to 10,906.
In order to enter phase three of reopening, Bowser has said Washington, DC needs to see 14 days of decreased cases.
The city made it 8 days, but spikes brought it back down to three. Currently, the city has seen 5 days of decreased cases.