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In the United States recorded more than 201 thousand cases of COVID-19 per day
The number of detected cases of coronavirus infection in the United States over the past 24 hours has increased by more than 201,000, with 3,725 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, which summarizes data from federal and local authorities.
Over the past 24 hours, doctors have registered 201,555 new cases of COVID-19 infection in the United States, according to the university.
JACKSONVILLE INHABITANT RETURN HOME AFTER SERVING ABROAD U.S.S COMFORT IN NYC
After serving in the U.S.S Comfort in NYC, Jacksonville resident Cmdr. Lynn Houston is back online in Jacksonville.
In March she worked on the forefront at one of the nation's main corona virus localities. She worked as a nurse for OR.
Cmdr. Houston and all who worked with her had to isolate for 14 days, in the supply ship departing NYC on May 01, back.
TWO WEEKS SINCE JACKSONVILLE CITY ISSUED THE STIMULUS CHECK
It has been 2 weeks after the County of Jacksonville began issuing stimulus checks. So those on the waitlist, including Shella Holton, remain stuck to their devices in anticipation of getting a call from the department.
The town has issued 20,679 cards as of Mon at 1:00 p.m., worth $20,679,000.
As it corresponds to those on the waitlist, the county says, "We have begun to satisfy the queries from someone on the waitlist and we believe we should be sufficient to facilitate a very huge proportion, if not all, as an order to meet the certifications."
JACKSONVILLE MAYOR WANTS 2.2 MILLIONS DOLLAR FOR TIAA BANK FIELD UPGRADES
The county is looking to invest $2.3 million on upgrades and improvements at T.I.A.A Bank Fields under a request by Jacksonville President. The plan came with the Jags prepare to play their 1st full house games schedule since 2012.
If the grants are accepted, the Jags would try to fix the outdated river system, lifts and stairs of the stadium directly. It will also install LED lights. President recommended that the improvements be compensated for by the Florida Times-Union from the general budget of the county, all of which are granted by residents.
The community operates T.I.A.A Bank Field and takes liability for renovations and upkeep, while the Jaguars retain almost all football-related earnings.
President advocated for emergency measures that will speed up the election cycle and allow it to happen in 2 weeks. Jags may want updates to be completed before the preseason's explanation. This may be between 13-17 August—the date of their 1st game in the preseason.
This plan comes as the city is facing unclear financial prospects because of the coronavirus outbreak. A voting could be early in May.