The man died when sending to home from Chicago
The man died when sending to home from hospital even with a positive test
In Chicago, one of the family south side has a death of 23-year-old Deshaun Taylor from COVID-19. This happened when he was sent back home from a hospital, even he was positively tested.
Ebony Taylor sister of Deshaun said it was unfortunate. On Tuesday she was not able to reach to Deshaun who was fighting with COVID-19. She said his brother was calling him a lot, so she rushed home immediately.
She found his brother unresponsive in the room. The young father died on the way to the hospital. His sister said she can't forget the day.
Deshaun was one of them among the nine siblings, and he was the father of a 4-year-old girl named Novia.
The family is questioning the hospital treatment.deshaun was suffering from asthma and was diabetic too. He took a company of mary when he got sick he was also diagnosed with pneumonia and tested positive of COVID-19 and still send back to home.
Two days later again he went to the hospital and come back home.
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In Chicago man was killed in hit and run case
On Wednesday night a 57-year-old man was killed in a hit and run case near west side in Chicago. The man was crossing the street with one more person in the 2400 block of west congress parkway at around 8:55 p.m. where he was hit by the black jeep.
The man died at once. The jeep fled away towards east on congress parkways and was later find out at congress parkway and Oakley avenue, the driver is in the custody of the police.
Marie's Pizza & Liquors delivering food and liquor of your choice to your doorstep
Marie's Pizza & Liquors has been running and serving in Chicago for 80 years by now. Due to the current condition of the pandemic, they are sustaining only on carryout and delivery.
Nadine Karavidas, the owner of Marie's Pizza & Liquors, said: "We've always delivered whatever we sell."
The best thing about ordering from them is you can also order the booze of your choice as they have their own attached liquor shop, and it will be delivered with the food.
"So if you need some beer, some craft beer, a bottle of wine, you just let us know," Karavidas said. "Your favorite vodka? We'll deliver it to you."
Marie is famous for its unique "tavern-style" pizza with a thin and crispy crust cut into squares. They are also very renowned for their specialty Marie's special, which consists of toppings of sausage, mushroom, onion, and green pepper.
"You have to support small businesses because small business is the fabric of our country," Karavidas said. "And if small businesses evaporate, we will be at a loss."
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Chicago restaurant Tallboy Taco’s offers meals for celebrations at home
In this time of closures and stay-at-home orders, the ways of celebrations is changing. Now Chicago's Tallboy Taco restaurant is helping you to celebrate occasions more easily by ordering a Cinco de Mayo meal kits and enjoy delicious food at home. This kit contains make-your0own margarita kit, build-your-own guacamole kit, and a Taco kit.
These all can be ordered online via Tock.
Tallboy Taco's classic Make-Your-Own Margarita Kit:
This kit includes a bottle Partida Añejo, a bottle Triple Sec, limes and simple housemade syrup, and a signature recipe card from them.
Price: $46.95+ tax.
You can call on 312-488-4917 to order or place your order online for Tallboy's Margarita Kit.
Tallboy Taco's brand new Build-Your-Own Guac Kit:
You can choose your guac to make it either sweet or spicy according to your liking.
All you will get in this kit:
Mashed avocado, plus toppings like pineapple, pickled onions, pico de gallo, charred corn, cotija cheese, red and green salsa, and housemade tortilla chips.
This kit can feed four and can be ordered online as well.
Choose for Cinco de Mayo spread by Tallboy Taco's Taco Kit!
This kit includes a taco meal to feed four people, and it includes your choice of protein, choice of flour or corn tortillas with all the toppings like pico de gallo, shredded lettuce, cheese, housemade salsa, plus Mexican Rice, Corn Fundido and Guacamole and Chips.
Order on Tallboytaco.com.
For further details on all carryout and delivery options at a Lettuce Restaurant near you, visit www.leye.com.
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Man shot in the south loop
On Thursday man was shoot in the south loop. A 33-year-old man was standing at gas station around 10:20 p.m. in the 1000 block south Desplaines street when two males and a female get out of black Audi and shot him.
The man was shot many times and was then taken to the stronger hospital, and there was declared dead.
Police officers of 1004 displays st. are searching for pieces of evidence near shell casings and a pool of blood has also been collected. They also investigated the employees who were standing outside the shattered glass door of the gas station's kiosk. In the area, three detectives are on the search.
Nine people shot by a gun in Chicago
Nine people shot, and three were injured on Wednesday in Chicago in which a 19 years old man who was killed in Marquette Park on the southwest side.
He goes out of his vehicle at around 11:50 p.m. in the 7100 blocks of south Franciso avenue when two males shot him.
They shot him in his head, and he died on the spot. A man was killed at driven by Wednesday afternoon in roger park on the north side.
In 1600 block of west jonquil Terrance 22 year old was walking on the road at around 4 p.m. was shot when a car approached him.
He was having a multiple shot and was taken to Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston where he was declared dead.
In Washington Park on Wednesday morning, a man was found shot to death. Shotspotter alert has been ordered by police at 11:27 a.m. they found 23-year-old fire wound on right wrist and armpit in the 5500 blocks of south Indiana avenue. The police are going through the investigation cases of many shot dead. This is a serious topic to look after.
Northwestern University professor developed a device to symptoms of COVID-19
Northern University is closed for students, but the work is continuously going on in the engineering labs.
Northwestern University Professor John Rogers said "It's a soft-skin compatible device, it goes on the body much like a band-aid,"
Rogers helped in developing a band-aid sized wireless device that will track the symptoms of COVID-19, and it is placed right above the collarbone at the center of the neck.
This small device can also track the development of fever and find if a patient is responding to a treatment or not.
According to Rogers, this device is being used in healthcare workers to find any early symptoms. This device relies on symptoms only and can't determine whether a person is positive or negative. But even this much information is proving to be very helpful for doctors and researchers.
This device is currently being used on 25 workers and patients at the Northwestern Hospital ICU and the Shirley Ryan ability lab. Rogers plans to double this number by the end of this week.
Anyone could use it, and after wearing it for 12 hours, it is kept on the charger, and all the data is automatically downloaded and uploaded to the cloud using iPad.
Northwestern is partnering with Shirley Ryan Ability Lab in developing this device in large quantities.
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Pizza restaurants offer 20% off
In Los Angeles, downtown La’s superfine pizza and renowned restaurant Rossoblue owner-chef steve Samson have to close due to pandemic COVID-19. But the delivery business superfine was able to open.
All the order are online now so that people just pull-down windows and have pizza in their hands.samson has found the creative way to use the current situation. Rossoblue is offering all his working staff free meals.
They offer essential packages on Friday. Rossoblu cook food one more person. The team come up and pick the packed food.
The people who want to support the superfine pizza can order online and use the promo code and can avail 20%off curbside pick up. This offer available till June 30 2020.
Aiming to raise funds to create social impact
In South Los Angeles, real estate funds have been raised to create social impact. They got help from NBA player Baron Davis to raise the fund money to provide Chromebooks with internet facilities to families who are in need.
CEO and founder of SoLa Impact martin Muoto said that they need 3000 tenants in the broader south LA area.so that they can reach out the families in this pandemic COVID-19 who need the help.
Many families have one laptop, and the kid's schedules are crashed due to this. Brian Wallace sr said they will provide the Chromebooks so that they work on a given list.
It this time when families can't afford this great opportunity, and this is a great idea.
They also said that tenants are filling the application for various financial assistance and also supplying food, and he also said that they need to asses the technology too.
They raised $24000 to buy the technology. Muoto sai need spectrum and Verizon to provide free internet for the tenants.
The best can do from our side we will do and provide them with the application so that they remain motivated and do successful things in their lives.
The landlord should also help in providing assistance to the tenants.
The child victims act case filing extended due to COVID-19
As pandemic COVID-19 is spreading fast, so governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that the state will extend the window to file otherwise time-barred cases under the child victim act. This was announced on Friday.
This has been extended for an additional five months until January 14 2021
This act was signed by Governor Cuomo last year for those children who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse. They have been granted the performance to file a case which has been tie barred or expired.
As the window to file was only for one year and set to close on August 14 2020.
As due to pandemic COVID-19 the court has been closed.
Cuomo said they are passing a law called child victim act which was waited for a long time and allow to fule the complaints by the victims of the abused sexual child. Now they have a window of time where they can file a complaint. As due to shut down of courts, they have to increase the window services.
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Tesla a attaqué en justice les autorités californiennes samedi, après que son directeur général Elon Musk, ait menacé de quitter la Californie pour le Texas ou le Nevada, si le comté où se trouve son unique usine de production de voitures électriques aux Etats-Unis ne l'autorisait pas à reprendre partiellement ses activités. Le comté d'Alameda, où se trouve l'usine de Fremont en Californie, a annoncé au constructeur de voitures électriques qu'il ne pouvait pas rouvrir son usine de Fremont, près de San Francisco, les mesures de confinement étant encore en vigueur. Tesla a qualifié le maintien des restrictions de "prise de pouvoir" par le comté depuis que le gouverneur de Californie a déclaré jeudi que les fabricants de l'État seraient autorisés à rouvrir. Plus tôt dans la journée, Elon Musk avait menacé de quitter l'état. "Franchement, c'est la goutte d'eau qui fait déborder le vase. Tesla déménagera immédiatement son siège social et ses futurs programmes au Texas ou au Nevada. Si nous devions garder encore une activité de production à Fremont, ça dépendrait de la façon dont Tesla est traitée", avait-il écrit sur Twitter. Le directeur général de Tesla avait annoncé à ses salariés que l'usine rouvrirait de façon limitée vendredi après-midi. Tesla produit 415.000 voitures par année sur le site. Un déménagement total de ses unités de production pourrait prendre entre 12 et 18 mois, selon Dan Ives, un analyste du cabinet de conseil Wedbush à Los Angeles. Le gouverneur de la Californie, Gavin Newsom, a annoncé jeudi que les constructeurs pourraient rouvrir. Mais le comté d'Alameda ne prévoyait une reprise des activités qu'à la fin mai. Or cette annonce n'a pas préséance sur le plan de déconfinement prévu par le comté, selon un porte-parole joint par Reuters. Le comté d'Alameda a déclaré samedi qu'il travaillait avec Tesla pour mettre au point un plan "permettant la réouverture de l'usine tout en garantissant la santé et le bien-être des milliers d'employés" sur le site et pensait parvenir à un accord rapidement. Elon Musk a critiqué à plusieurs reprises les mesures de confinement imposées par les autorités pour lutter contre l'épidémie de coronavirus, les qualifiant de "menaces sérieuses" pour l'économie américaine et les jugeant "inconstitutionnelles". (Sabahatjahan Contractor et Maria Ponnezhath à Bengalore, Tina Bellon et Sinéad Carew à New York, version française Caroline Pailliez et Camille Raynaud)
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