The D.C. Superior Court has shut down all proceedings except those “deemed absolutely essential” after a deputy U.S. marshal stationed at the courthouse tested positive for COVID-19.
Court spokeswoman Leah Gurowitz said in a statement Wednesday that the U.S. Marshals Service notified the Washington, D.C., court of the diagnosis late Tuesday.
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