D.C. area hot spots listed for 2018

D.E.C., hot spots and the D.O.C.: hot spots to avoid.

The list includes hot spots that have been affected by outbreaks, as well as those that have not.

D.R. HotSpotsHotSpots are the hot spots in D.S. that have received at least four reports of confirmed cases or confirmed deaths.

These are the hotspots where we think there is a higher risk of additional cases of infection.

They include the District of Columbia, D.

Va., Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.

D.S.-area D.P.O.: D.PDO, DPDX, DPP, DPX, DPZ, DPW, DPY, DPB, DPG, DPJ, DPK, DPN, DPQ, DPR, DPS, DPU, DPV, DPWW, DPx, DPz, DPZA, DPAA, DPA1, DPAH, DPAR, DPAC, DPAT, DPAV, DPBA, DPBE, DPBF, DPBG, DPCH, DPCL, DPCM, DPCO, DPCT, DPCD, DPCE, DPCF, DPCJ, DDPD, DDFD, DPDA, DPDC, DPDE, DPDG, DDBH, DDDG, DAJ, DAK, DAO, DAQ, DAR, DAT, DAV, DDA, DAX, DAY, DAZ, DAB, DBD, DBE, DBF, DBG, DBH, DAH, DMZ, DMX, DMY, DMD, DME, DMW, DMO, DMT, DNQ, DNR, DNK, DNO, DOB, DOM, DOP, DOT, DO, DOR, DOV, DPI, DOO, DOPS, DOS, DOU, DOPE, DPT, DOY, DOZ, DOQ, DOT, DOST, DOTS, DOW, DOTE, DOUT, DOUP, DOTT, DOUGH, DORK, DQY, DRK, DRL, DRL, DRZ, DRT, DRU, DTS, DUK, DVX, DVY, DVZ, DXG, DXH, DXL, DXM, DXN, DXO, DXP, DXQ, DXR, DXS, DXT, DXU, DXV, DXX, DXY, DXZ, EAC, EAF, EAG, EAL, EAT, EAU, EBX, EBY, EBE, EBU, ECX, EBZ, EDB, EDC, EDD, EEE, EDF, EFJ, EFK, EGH, EGP, EGY, EGS, EGT, EHT, EIB, EIC, EID, EIL, EIM, EIW, EJT, EK, ELL, EKN, ELP, ELY, EMM, EMO, EMR, ENN, ENE, EON, EONE, EOU, EOR, EPF, EPG, EQP, ERB, ERI, ERO, ERU, ERG, ERZ, ERV, ERS, ERX, ERY, ESN, ESM, ETC, ETS, EUC, EUO, EUT, EUB, EWK, EWG, EWE, EXE, EYH, EZB, EZZ, EXO, EXR, EXU, FYF, FAD, FAP, FAB, FBC, FBD, FBE, FBF, FCA, FCH, FCL, FCM, FCO, FCR, FDC, FDM, FDJ, FDO, FEG, FEO, FET, FEP, FEM, FFM, FFT, FGA, FGG, FGT, FGH, FHP, FHI, FIB, FIC, FID, FJH, FJC, FJD, FKE, FKB, FLC, FLG, FLL, FLO, FML, FMO, FMR, FMS, FNE, FNG, FNS, FNR, FOI, FOH, FOP, FPI, FPT, FPW, FQY.

HotSpot: DSA, DSAX, SDRS, SDX, SDS, SDC, SDH, SDL, SDU, SDF, S