Getting rid of Writer's Block varies for everyone. Really, you'll have to experiment to see what works best for you.
Here's some of the things I like to do:
--Go on a walk and just observe things, maybe while nurturing a current story idea, or looking around and seeing if there's any new inspiration or if I make any strange observations for inspiration. Or just walk and think about nothing in particular. A breath of fresh air and a change of scenery helps a lot.
--I come up with one-liner prompts for myself, usually while on aforementioned walks. Just come up with a line that you think sounds fun and interesting/intriguing and build off of it! It can be dialogue, it can be describing something or an emotion. Might not work if you're blocked for a certain project, but in general, it's good, and helps you broaden your writing horizons because if you work off of one random line, you might get places you might never have gone before.
--Prompts in general. I prefer coming up with prompts for myself, but there are tons of places online that you can reach with a simple Google search to generate various types of prompts, be they first liners, last liners, or a general premise.
--More research and planning. I find myself getting excited over my stories when I go to research more about a thing or start planning out more of a history or world or culture or what have you.
--Most importantly: Write. Just write. Find something to write about. If you can write a single sentence, then you can write two. And if you can write two, then why not three? There's a quote by John Rogers that says "You can't think yourself out of a writing block; you have to write yourself out of a thinking block."
So never give up and keep going at it.
Have fun, and I hope you get past this!