More health care resources will be requ California
More health care resources will be required in California amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The leaders in California are watching the increasing number of patients of the novel coronavirus. They are working day and night to find more supplies and beds as the number is rising rapidly. The administration is expecting a shortage of medical facilities across the state. The officials have been able to secure thousands of additional hospital beds, but there is still more work to be done to ensure every infected person gets proper medical care.
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Ventilators donated to California by Elon Musk
California hospitals got much-needed ventilators in the fight against the coronavirus. One thousand ventilators were purchased by Elon Musk and donated to the hospitals to help patients. Governor Gavin Newsom announced the update in a press conference. Musk tweeted the details on Monday night that he has purchased the machines from China. A week ago, he said that if there is a shortage, his company can make the ventilators as well.
"Targeted" testing introduced in California by Newsom.
On Friday, governor Gavin Newsom announced "stay at home" order amidst coronavirus outbreak in the United States. The state has united the prominent technology companies in California to fight against coronavirus together. Newsom brought up "targeted" testing of Californian residents and introduced it to the public health officials on Saturday. He added that the local efforts made to stop coronavirus spread, and its effectiveness in the state would be measured.
Like other states of the United States, California is also smacked by this deadly virus outbreak. But, due to the shortage of COVID-19 testing kits, the public health officials are failing to provide the actual figured of infected people and their proper assessment. Governor Newsom has urged President Donald Trump for Federal help. He said, "coronavirus testing needs to do more than just document the numbers of ailing state residents."
Millions of people in California affected by "stay at home" order.
The governor of California recently announced a "stay at home" order. After this order, millions of Californian residents stayed at home on Saturday, which was wholly unusual and unseen. Governor Gavin Newsom declared the "stay at home" order along with other radical measures to fight against coronavirus outbreak. The shopping centers, streets, parks, and other public places were seen tranquil and deserted after this order. Churches of many cities were also closed to avoid mass gatherings.
Regardless, farmers and store owners were seen rushing to fulfill the stocks in supermarkets. Some people head out of their houses to enjoy spring and peaceful vicinity. California is one of the most populous states of the United States, which was utterly swept up on Saturday. Similar announcements of lockdown were also made in New York and Illinois.
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Californian officials warned federal budget cuts would impede pandemics preparation.
Since the last decade, California public health officials instructed the administration several times that epidemics like Coronavirus will be left vulnerable due to the federal budget cuts. The state is facing financial problems in fighting with the novel Coronavirus due to the ignorance of the elected leaders. They continued to cut federal grants and other funding to the state and county health agencies. It resulted in the reduction of the number of workers in the health department, putting the labs at risk, and creating an inability of the state to set up mobile hospitals.
Due to this budget cut, California is currently facing the need for test kits and hospital beds. The Riverside county is battling with a few trained staff, epidemiologists, lab staff, and antiquated equipment. In the last 15 years, 15 laboratories were closed in California state as recounted by Kat DeBurgh, executive director of the Health Officers Association of California.
Californian government announces a "stay at home" order.
With a report of 246,275 cases of novel coronavirus and 10,038 deaths, the Californian government has issued a "lockdown" order for 40 million residents. Californian Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the citizens of California to stay at home on Thursday night, March 19. It is the first statewide lockdown order generated in the state in virtue of coronavirus pandemic. This order does not imply for people going for gas stations, grocery stores, farmer markets, and to needy relatives.
It has been believed that social gathering restrictions and "stay at home" orders will help the state to fight with this hazardous disease. Moreover, the production of vaccines for the treatment of COVID-19 will take around 12 to 18 months, which is a very long time. So, people need to take precautions to prevent the transmission of this virus.
Restaurants and residents of San Diego complying with stay-at-home order.
Stay-at-home order was passed by the state of California 24-hours ago, and most of the people are staying away from the streets in San Diego. No one has seen the roads empty like this before. The restaurant staff that are serving customers for takeout orders are talking to the customers on the phone through the restaurants’ glass windows. Restaurants are attempting to feed the community, carefully. Though people are finding it difficult to maintain a 6-feet distance, they are trying to learn this new way of living.
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Priests master Livestream Sunday mass at the Gothic cathedral.
The restrictions are getting tougher to stop the spread of coronavirus in France. The religious communities are adapting different ways to express their faith. Normally on a Sunday morning, Father Philippe Rochas greets roughly 350 worshippers in the neo-Gothic St.-Vincent de Paul church in the heart of Marseille. Last Sunday was, however, different as he sat hunched over a webcam with his fellow priests to prepare an empty meeting room so that they can Livestream the Sunday Mass directly to the screens of parishioners confined at home.
The French government imposed confinement rules in the past week. Those rules do not list churches as valid destinations on the permission forms required to leave confinement. But, Rochas decided to leave his church open for individuals to come and pray, up to a maximum of 20 people, who must respect the social distancing measures and barriers put into place. Lines of warning tape and red X’s cover the rows of polished seating at the church of St.-Vincent-de-Paul.
Louisville employees say that their bosses are not supporting them in 2019 Corona pandemic
LOUISVILLE Alert.: Workers in factories of companies who will remain open, they complained that they are afraid of catching coronavirus and if they will choose to self-isolate themselves, they will lose their jobs
Companies like United Parcel Service, Spectrum which is renowned and largest will continue to function during this coronavirus, they ground-level employees working with these companies complained that there is no proper system introduced to exercise social distancing and hand sanitizer are very low
Traffic disappeared from LA roads amid coronavirus lockdown.
This is for the first time that people do not see cars from bumper to bumper in the city of Los Angeles. The key workers are finding it easier to get around the city. Los Angeles has always been famous for taking hours to reach from one point to another during peak hours.
The sports fields and playgrounds are empty. There are only a few people around on the street, and people are not accustomed to seeing the city like this. As time is passing by, the number of cases of COVID19 is increasing the US, and the administration is taking strict steps to stop the spread.
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High court also desolate from Corona
Keeping in view the safety of people due to Corona virus, the Association of Delhi High Court Bar has taken a big decision. The Bar Association of Delhi High Court has directed that Delhi High Court will remain closed till March 31 and all its chambers have been sealed. Block chambers where lawyers sit and communicate with the public. Such a place was stopped for the movement of people from March 23 onwards. This type of step has been taken in the country due to the increasing number due to the continuous Corona virus.
The bar association is cautious in view of the spread of corona virus spreading in the country. Following the instructions given by the bar association, most lawyers will have to work from home. But it is being described as a very important step in spreading the corona virus. Corona infection will be reduced.
Schools dominated by Kejriwal's budget
Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has presented the budget in the Delhi Assembly. Special attention has been paid to Delhi's education system in the budget presented by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. Finance Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia presented the budget for 2020–21. Despite the increasing compassion in Delhi, the budget was presented in the Delhi Assembly.
In Delhi's budget presented by Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia, the entire attention of the Deputy Chief Minister was on education system. 20,000 new classrooms will be built in Delhi. Apart from this, 17 new government schools are going to be built in Delhi. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia said that we had included these things in the manifesto presented by the Aam Aadmi Party government. Today, I am happy to announce the expenditure on Delhi's education system that we have fulfilled our promises. Kejriwal Model of Governance is being recognized as the best education model in the country. He said that the Delhi government will assess the education system of Delhi by PISA, will help in bringing the education system of Yiddish to the global level.
Ban on offering Namaz in mosques in mosques
Corona war started in the great of China, gradually occupying the whole world. In India, the number of people suffering from corona due to corona virus is increasing. Due to Corona , big countries are troubled by the epidemic of this disease. Such countries are forced to treat the suffering people.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had announced a lock-down in Delhi, under which people were forbidden to gather at any place. In which the gathering was also banned at religious places. So that the crowd does not gather at any place in Delhi and the infection can be prevented. There is a ban on offering namaz in Delhi's Jama Masjid as well. In Delhi, a large number of people come in front of mosques to offer prayers. The Delhi government fears that the infection may escalate. Keeping this in mind, the Delhi government is not allowed to gather 5 or more people in any place of Delhi. In fact, to prevent the corona virus havoc, Saudi Arabia also temporarily banned Umrah. is.