DC Health is merging its monkeypox clinics with existing COVID centers in three different wards.
Starting on Friday, Sept. 23, D.C. residents will no longer be required to pre-register for monkeypox vaccination appointments. Going forward, all three of the city’s...
DC Health, the city agency overseeing public health for the District of Columbia, announced it has expanded eligibility for monkeypox vaccines to align with the...
On Monday, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine’s office filed a temporary restraining order in D.C. Superior Court seeking to freeze the financial accounts of LGBTQ...
DC Health has decided that the most urgent priority is providing first doses of the vaccine to high-risk residents.
D.C. is lifting the requirement that patrons provide proof of vaccination to enter bars and restaurants starting on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
Kiki will be hosting a clinic on Feb. 9 to ensure as many people as possible are up-to-date on their COVID vaccinations.