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Press Release 4/9/2021

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Roads in Rock Creek Park, Fort Dupont, and Anacostia Park Will be Closed to Vehicles (COVID)

The National Park Service (NPS), after consultations with DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, has decided to close some roads and parking areas in Rock Creek Park, Anacostia Park, and Fort Dupont Park to vehicle traffic. The closures will increase the space available for citizens to exercise while adhering to social distancing guidelines. For more information, read Mayor Bowser’s press release below:

Mayor Bowser and the National Park Service Announce Beach Drive in Rock Creek Park and Roads in Fort Dupont and Anacostia Park Will Close to Vehicle Traffic

(Washington, DC) – Today, Mayor Bowser announced that the National Park Service (NPS) and the United States Park Police (USPP) will close Beach Drive in Rock Creek Park and roads in Anacostia Park and Fort Dupont Park to vehicle traffic so that residents can access these roads for essential exercise.

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DOL Reminds Employers- No Retaliation for Reporting Unsafe Conditions During Pandemic

U.S. Department of Labor Reminds Employers That They Cannot Retaliate Against Workers Reporting Unsafe Conditions During Coronavirus Pandemic

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is reminding employers that it is illegal to retaliate against workers because they report unsafe and unhealthful working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic. Acts of retaliation can include terminations, demotions, denials of overtime or promotion, or reductions in pay or hours.

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