Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser to extend public emergency for 15 days

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Count Washington D. C. Extending its public emergency for 15 days after Wednesday's violence at the U. S. Capitol Mayor Muriel Bowser issued an overnight curfew. In response, saying the National Guard was called up to guard the capital. I signed an extension of the public emergency that I could declare today. For 15 days so that we can continue to ensure peace of security through the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris. The extension will last for President Trump's remaining time in office. Police in Washington, D. C. Say four people died during Wednesday's protest at the U. S. Capitol. One of the death was a shooting inside the Capitol. Three others were medical emergencies

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