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Join RAMW & DC Health Link for an informational webinar on the current options available to small businesses that have undergone operational changes and challenges impacting the ability to offer or maintain employer-sponsored health coverage due to the COVID-19 pandemic including information about:   Zero percent down
The "Workplace Safety During the COVID19 Pandemic Temporary Amendment Act of 2021” passed its second reading. This legislation passed as emergency legislation and thus is effective upon it being signed by the Mayor. RAMW was very concerned about the passage of this legislation and the burdens it places on operators as they attempt to survive the pandemic.
DC's restaurants are working hard to provide safe spaces for indoors and out, unique experiences, and delicious dining options for you to dine in, to go, or delivered right to you!    Explore Your Dining Options! Check out these links below & #DineYourWayDC:
Governor Northam approved permanent version of COVID-19 workplace safety rules. Employers should familiarize themselves with the new standard which is 
Throwing Bean for Beads. Mardi Gras Benefit Feeding the DMV Restaurant Community in Need on February 16th, 2021.
Road Closures and Parking Restrictions as of January 13, 2021 at 10am. These are subject to change. Real-time updates will be shared on the Metropolitan Police Department's (MPD) Twitter account @DCPoliceDept
Hook Hall Helps Coming to NoVA Thursday, January 14th 2021
On Tuesday, December 15th in DC, the Council held their final Legislative Meeting of this session. The Council unanimously passed Bill 23-965, the “Displaced Workers Right to Reinstatement and Retention Amendment Act of 2020”.
SBA, in consultation with the Treasury Department, has recently released additional PPP guidance:
Good news on the Federal Relief front! A silver lining in this challenging week is that Congress has reached a bipartisan deal that will likely pass the House and Senate today. This is a bright spot as we head into the Holidays and are faced with many operational hindrances. The final text is finally out.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority announced the District has joined “Get Covered 2021”, a national movement to promote COVID-19 safety and health insurance enrollment.
To ensure we are reaching diners and restaurant supporters every week, we have created a Winter Marketing Timeline.
Get your free COVID-19 precautions 
Through the ServSafe Dining Commitment, operators pledge to follow four best practices that are effective means for reducing the transmission of COVID-19. Nearly 10,000 restaurants have made the commitment in which they pledge to: