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Boston City Council decides on the proposition to holdup lease and debt disbarment
Boston City Councillors are demanding to delay lease and debt depositions during this Covid 19 crisis. The main objective of this proposition is to gain the attention of Mayor Marty Walsh, Gov. Charlie Baker, and President Donald Trump, on the issue of rent installments and ask them to hold up the payments for the individuals who lacked salary as a result of restrains imposed by the government.
Out of 12 voters, 1 counselor contradicted. He defended his contradiction by saying, it’s ill-advised to give a free pass on lease. This recommendation doesn’t change any laws. In the interim, a proposed ban on removals and dispossession is likewise being considered on Beacon Hill.
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BOSTON SUBWAY SERVICE STOPPED AFTER REPORT OF A CITIZEN LICKING IT
After the MB TA informed that a guy licked part of the train, which was a health issue during the corona virus pandemic, an Orange-Line subway was taken out of service in Boston on Thursday.
Because of an extra precaution, the subway was stopped at Tufts Medical Center station, an MB TA spokesperson said. Details about the individual who might have licked the vehicle weren't available, but the guy was reportedly wearing what seemed to be hospital band, according to someone acquainted with what occurred.
The trains are completely barren, and system-wide passenger numbers are significantly decreased in the aftermath of the outbreak, which has killed a number in Boston and more than thirty-two throughout Massachusetts, killing thirty-five in the Bay State. After the episode of Friday afternoon, the Tufts Medical clinic station was nearly empty, with people leaving trains in silence, even wearing protective gear.
MB TA operating hours have also been shortened and a couple of staff have confirmed cases for COVID-19, the condition triggered by the latest corona virus, so the routinely cleanses stations and automobiles.
The MB TA encourages people to travel only when it is completely required to ensure the health of staff and travelers, even though the network continues to wash and sanitized their stations.
Boston Relaxes Permits For Parking Spaces
We have learned that man can always find good in bad, for those who had not known this found out recently due to the Covid-19 plague that has taken over the planet lately. Parking receipts have always been a nuisance for citizens, but not anymore all thanks to the novel corona virus as Boston's Transport Department no longer will be issuing receipts to the citizens for expired stickers or registrations. Residents would now be allowed to park in the parking spaces without a permit label and without a certain charge amount and time limit. Not only this but other community well being guidelines will also be issued in coming days including not allowing parking in crosswalks, in front of hydrants or in handicapped spaces. Moreover, guidelines for 5-minute parking zones will also be set up in front of eateries and business outlets. The transport department was issuing tickets as recent as last week; the said rules will be implemented from the coming week.
Boston- Death Toll Rises
Amidst the pandemic that has engulfed the whole world in its fear, news from Boston reported 10 new deaths caused by the deadly corona virus, totalling the states number to 45. According to sources, 351 patients were hospitalised, 1220 did not have to be hospitalised and 2700 cases remained under guarded consideration. This brings the sum number of confirmed cases to 4251, among these men make up 2150 of cases whereas women make up about 2101 cases. From the sum, different counties depict a different rate of cases that keep showing up i.e. 130 cases emerged from Barnstable, 120 from Berkshire, 180 from Bristol and the list goes on. Half of the cases that were reported from the state were when investigated, showed that these patients had other health conditions as well while health conditions for the rest of the cases was either not investigated or remained unknown and disclosed.
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HARVARD PRESIDENT GOT POSITIVE RESULT OF COVID-19
Harvard chairman and his wife screened positive for COVID-19, he reported early noon on Tuesday. Bacow sent a letter to the Harvard university group that on Sunday he and his wife began experiencing signs like a cough, then pyrexia, chills and lethargy. They called their physician on Monday, and were checked for the virus. On Tuesday they received confirmation of corona.
The couple will stay in solitude at home for two weeks until they heal, Bacow reported.
Bacow is the 29th Chairman of Harvard. He was President of Tufts University from 2001 to 2011 previous to his tenure at Harvard, according to his profile on the website.
"This virus can happen to anyone," Bacow said. "They all have to remain careful and try to obey instructions to restrict our interaction with others."
This time of year is usually of flower and greening but now feelings are nothing like a spring.
Low temperature and cold feel may be the possibility of snowflakes in Boston on Monday.
According to weather prediction most of the forthcoming days the white blanket will rule Boston.
After a chilly weekend, snowfall will arrive on Monday, covering most of south eastern New England.
Soon all begin around the noon on Monday with a snowy coating.
But on the coastline, enough warm wind will be forced into the storm and it will turn in the rain on all coastal areas including south eastern New England. Snowfalls will mostly in midland rather than on coastline.
A complete of 5-7inches of snow was expected but decreases in Berkshires.
Heavy snow might overpower greenery and building.
Worcester on west probably has a high impact of darkness on days onward.
With snowy days starting, humidity would be low in Boston.
But in the south of Boston, there will be drizzle.
On Tuesday, the skies would be clear for a brief period, on eastern Massachusetts.
But on Wednesday and Thursday, inland snow would be seen. Similarly, to Monday gale.
It's chillier downpour along the coastline with the touch of snow. It would make Boston look like a white and gray blanket covering the area for the middle working days of the week.
Places in Massachusetts that will stay open
Mayor Charlie released a stay-at-house order on Friday morning. The governor directed social gathering and unnecessary places will be suspended from Monday by midday until Monday, April 6 to prevent transmission of corona
Here's a peek into places which will remain open
Both grocers and firms that assist them like suppliers, distributors
- Health services
- Health and pharmacy firms
- Online / e-commerce
- Restaurants will also provide delivery and pick up as long as they will keep a social distance.
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Amid effects from coronavirus outbreak, Dr Amy Acton offers a reminder to 'be kind'
Dr Amy Acton from Ohio Department of Health Director, had a daily coronavirus press briefing with the state leaders. She suggested all the citizens be kind to the workers and on-duty personnel. This is a crisis time for all of us, and we have to support each other. In moments of urgency, she sometimes comes across as harsh. The govt is doing its best for the welfare of its citizens. The stay-home orders are being practised with full dedication, which made the streets look deserted. The primary prevention measure to stop the virus is social distancing by reducing public gathering. Governor Mike DeWine has signed an order to help small businesses, lenders and landlords to work and suspend their payments for at least 90 days. This is a global crisis. The citizen's support is much needed for any implementation, as it ultimately is for their benefit only. The self-awareness and constant need of being kind to ourselves and others is important.
2 million hospital gowns donated by Cardinal Health to Strategic National Stockpile by Cardinal Health
Amid Coronavirus crisis, Cardinal Health has donated 2.2 million gowns for the National Stockpile. The gowns are in its possession because the gowns are not sterile for surgical purposes. President Trump praised this generous act by Cardinal Health. The gowns were distributed as "non-surgical isolation apparel". President Trump has signed a gigantic aid of $2 trillion to help small businesses and people. As per the norms, $1200 for an adult, $2400 for a couple, and $500 per child will be given. This phase is temporary for the safety and welfare of the employees and customers. All the residents of the state are already ordered to stay at home so that disease cannot spread locally. The primary prevention measure to stop the virus is social distancing by reducing public gathering. The govt is doing its best for the welfare of its citizens. The stay-home orders are being practised with full dedication, which made the streets look deserted. The Department of Health and Human Services is currently having the stock of the grants.
Bankruptcy fearing landlords, tenants fear eviction, How Can Philly get back to “normal”?
Due to the coronavirus crisis, many are getting financially affected. They are not getting their paychecks. The landlords are worried about their rents, and the tenants fear unemployment. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf declared the state emergency till April 30 amid COVID-19. The tenants union has requested an extension is the payment of rents for at least 2 months. The extension is accepted. This will give the tenants enough time to stabilize their income and get back to normal living. But, the landlords have their bills to pay, the emergency could trigger mass eviction, cause significant destabilization for the city. The small landlords don't have big savings, trying to live through a tough time like these. Although $2 trillion federal coronavirus funds have been released from the centre and these will be very helpful for many of them. As per the norms, $1200 for an adult, $2400 for a couple, and $500 per child will be given. There are many reasons why landlords can't be left behind. They also need rents to survive. The tenant's rights groups are thinking that it would be a hard time to give back the rents when the pandemic is over.
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