Major DC metro stations to close for days leading up to inauguration | TheHill – The Hill


The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will close more than a dozen stations around the National Mall and U.S. Capitol Building in the days before and after Joe BidenJoe BidenCotton: Senate lacks authority to hold impeachment trial once Trump leaves office Marjorie Taylor Greene says she will introduce impeachment articles against Biden ICE acting director resigns weeks after assuming...

Metro to close 13 stations for a week amid threats of inauguration violence – Washington Post


Metro will shut down more than a dozen stations near the U.S. Capitol and Mall for days around the presidential inauguration because of the possibility of violent protests. Starting Friday, the transit agency will begin closing 13 stations through the following Thursday, the day after President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated on the steps of the Capitol. Metrobus service and routes also will be...

Paths Metro Detroit residents can take to get vaccinated for COVID-19 – WDIV ClickOnDetroit


DETROIT – Monday marks the first day that people over 65 and some groups of essential workers are eligible to get vaccinated for COVID-19. But there is a lot of confusion over how to actually go about getting an appointment. Here are various paths people can take to get the shot. Read: Detroit COVID vaccine scheduling call center receives more than 100,000 in 1 day Many people want to know where...

Pick ‘n Save, Metro Market pharmacies say they will be offering COVID-19 vaccines – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


Kroger, the parent company of Pick ‘n Save and Metro Market stores, said Tuesday that it plans to offer COVID-19 vaccines at its 67 pharmacy locations in Wisconsin. The company said it will be “partnering with the federal government and state health departments to administer the vaccine in accordance with the rollout plan,” according to a statement. Kroger, through its Milwaukee...

Some metro Atlanta doctors concerned about not getting vaccinated against COVID-19 early enough – WSB Atlanta


NORTH FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — When the COVID-19 pandemic hit metro Atlanta, primary care doctors say they became the first line of defense against the virus. Now, some feel they’ll be among the last health care workers in line to get vaccinated. “COVID has been really tough for those of us who are in the primary care arena,” pediatrician, Dr. Kirsten Mekelburg, told Channel 2′s Mike Petchenik...

FBI Agent Involved in Shooting on Maryland Metro Train, Metro Says – NBC4 Washington


An FBI agent was involved in a shooting on board a Metro train early Tuesday and an investigation is underway, Metro officials and the FBI said. Metro Transit Police received a report just before 7 a.m. of “an FBI agent-involved shooting” on board a Red Line train near the Medical Center station in Montgomery County. Download our free NBC Washington app for iOS or Android to get the latest local...

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