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Denver hospital employees resent the administration's lack of responsibility in supplying PPE
Denver Health workers are coming together on Tuesday to get a seat in the hospital's executive
table as they are vexed with hospital policies and lack of proper PPE kits and sick time.
"We are scared of getting infected and it would make our anxiety much more easily handled if we
knew that our employers were going to provide us with more than just one week paid sick leave
and expect us to dip into our paid time off," said a Denver Health employee anonymously to keep
her identity private fearing risk of retaliation.
Loryn Ceaario, Communication Workers of America said"Just today with the launch of the public
The campaign we’ve had dozens of members sign up to be a part of the union."
Another employee said that they are of the hope to move the administration to provide the
proper safety equipment like PPE to ensure the safety of both themselves and the patients.
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Swim beach to close temporarily considering the huge crowd coming daily even in such risky times
The swim beach at Big Soda Lake will be closed temporarily starting from Saturday as the destination had become very crowded as many people are coming to relax at this time after stay-at-home.
The regional supervisor of the city of Lakewood, Drew Sparfke, said that they had seen a record rise in the crowd starting in March, and similar trends are being continued till now.
According to Sparfke, there were an estimated 500 to 800 people who came to stay and relax on this sand and water coming from the Denver metro area last Sunday.
He also said, "Our swim beach and marina were pretty much overflowing with people, with very little social distancing. It looked just like a summer weekend out here."
City of Lakewood and Jefferson County health officials jointly decided to close the park temporarily to stop the crowd and keep people safe.
A visitor to this place, Anne Drabkin, said this decision made her have mixed emotions.
"It's a shame," she said. "It's beautiful out here. It's great to get some fresh air and to get the kids out of our tiny cramped house. But of course, if there is a risk of spreading the virus, or contracting the virus, then I absolutely support any effort on the part of the city, or the county, to limit that."
Denver7 partner with KOAA and governor Jared polis
Denver7 partnered with KOAA for the special town hall, governor Jared polis the head of the department of labour and leaders with the colorado department of public health.
On Wednesday, May 13 denver7 Anne Trujillo and KOAA’s Elizabeth Watts joined for a town hall.
In the town hall questions will be put up by economic recovery, unemployment, businesses reopening, or mental health issues due to COVID-19 on Wednesday. The participants will put up the questions regarding this.
Whoever wants to ask questions call the novel coronavirus hotline at 303 832 0676 and the questions will be recorded.
On email id, Facebook and twitter also you can send the message. They will be all over the town hall on-air and will start the live Facebook video for asking questions.
On Tuesday may 5 Anne Trujillo will make a zoom conference call for the questions in the town hall next week.
Honour held for Paul cary who died from COVID-19
COVID-19 has then lives of many people. In which Paul Carry a Colorado paramedic also included. He has been honoured by one hundred sixty-five emergency vehicles and three helicopters on this Sunday in New York. He volunteered to be deployed to the city to help healthcare workers. His body arrived at 7 p.m at Denver international airport and taken for funeral.the hospital staff of UCHealth’s university of Colorado hospital watching his body going for the funeral. Before retiring he was working in aurora fire rescue for 32 years. He called for help in COVID-19 pandemic, and he begins his work from April 1. Then suddenly he felt sink and hospitalized on April 21 and died on April 30. He was an honour for this sacrifice for the country, in this hard time of the pandemic. He uses to work selflessly. Cary family includes his two son and four grandchildren.
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Fort Collins sports company planning to start youth baseball and softball from June 1
The pandemic had caused all the sports to stop, and the player are in their homes without any practice for long. Many softball and baseball players have not done batting practice from much time, but this week the players in Fort Collins got a chance to practice.
"It's like the best feeling ever after being cooped up at home," said softball player Tatum Aragon.
High school-aged players who play for the traveling team got a chance to practice at Triple Crown Sports complex. But the coach kept all the safety measures as he sprayed the baseball and dugouts with disinfectant before and after practice.
Founder David King said players said that all the players are maintaining social distancing by splitting the teams into three groups of 5 players. According to him, social distancing will also help players when they play a game.
King also believes by this method of social distancing; he can also help to organize a game by June 1, keeping everyone safe. This plan includes masks worn by all the batters, defensive infielders, and the umpire.
King had already sent a proposal to the governor's office. The spokesperson from the governor's office said, "We will work with our public health experts to determine if it can be done safely."
F-16 FRONT SPECTRUM AIR SHOW FROM A MAP OF TODAY
Colorado Coast protective F-16s will roar above from Buckley AF camp on Wed as they begin a Front Scope courtesy ride.
The security said that raising public confidence during the corona virus outbreak recognized as Operation United states Determination is part of a national AF project. They will move the throttle up and drive toward Sterling in northeastern Colorado after the warplanes take to the sky at Buckley A.F.B — flying overhead at about 4:33 o'clock in the morning.
The entire air show operates from about 4:30 o'clock in the morning. At 6 o'clock in the evening. Wednesday evening. On a map you can see where they are going to pass over your residence place.
Lockdown has been extended to May 8
As we all know, coronavirus is spreading at a breakneck speed so stay at home order ended last week but has been extended now till May 8.
Officers of Denver made an announcement that the mayor has extended the stay at home order on Monday. The news conference will be helped by Denver mayor Michel Hancock for the further reopening of businesses in Denver on Tuesday afternoon.
Many of the businesses owners, as well as employees, are waiting to get back to their earlier lives.
On May 9, they all are expecting to reopen the businesses.
The business owner said they will take all safety measures after reopening. The customers will be maintaining distance in the shop, or they will make them stay in the car and give their items in their vehicle.
All the customers, employees and owner will be wearing a mask for safety.
Tailors are there to make masks for all the customers who have no mask.no one knows when the business will reopen and come back to normal, but everyone has hope for safely opening of companies.
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Tulsa police investigate shooting case
A shooting took place on Thursday evening in 7 West 49th Street North and North Boston Ave,
authorities are currently investigating the case.
Three people were shot and they were admitted in a local hospital and are so far doing well,
said the Tulsa Police Department.
The investigation is going on and no details or information about the suspects is revealed by the
Columbus Police in the hunt for a murder suspect
Columbus Police are in the hunt for a man who is accused of killing a woman in the east side of
Columbus on May 3rd at around 7 p.m.
The police received a call regarding firing in the area of 1000 Bryden Road when the cops
reached the site of an accident they found Xyanna Farley a 24-year-old with multiple gunshots
The victim was pronounced dead by 7:28 pm and a murder warrant was issued against
41-year-old Clarence J Watkins III.
Police said that they lack current information on Watkins who is a black male, 5 feet 11 inches,
weighing 180 pounds, he is expected to be armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call Columbus Police Homicide Unit
at (614) 645-4730 or Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at (614) 461-TIPS.
House sales decline in Hawaii and Kauai due to COVID-19 impact
The impact of COVID-19 on the housing market is coming into the light now, the data from Hawaii Island
Realtors and Kauai Board Of Realtors suggests that the residential property sales declines by
20% and 60% respectively.
The biggest decline is seen in Hawaii Island where there were 109 sales last year compared to
only 43 sales this year and Big Isle single-family home sales fell by 19% compared to last year.
In Kauai, single-family home sales dropped by 29%, with 41 sales in last month compared to 58
sales the previous year, condo sales too fell by 22%.
In late March and April, Local residential real estate brokers stressed the consequences
related to house sales due to efforts made to curb the spread of the virus.
The impact is expected to be greater in May and June. Some sellers are reluctant to let
strangers in their homes and brokers to are prohibited from hosting open houses.
Other problems related to home sales include job losses and wage cuts, more than 225,000
residents have filed unemployment claims since March.
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Valsts policija (VP) un Rīgas pilsētas pašvaldības policija 9. maijā Uzvaras parka apkaimē kopumā fiksējusi 44 pārkāpumus, no kuriem 24 saistīti ar pulcēšanās un fiziskās distances neievērošanu, aģentūrai LETA pastāstīja VP pārstāve Elīna Priedīte.
Via norda, ka vakar likumsargi pastiprint rem strdja dads viets Rgas teritorij, pai Uzvaras park, nodroinot sabiedrisko krtbu un drobu, k ar to, lai tiek ievroti joprojm spk esoie rkrtjs situcijas noteiktie ierobeojumi un aizliegumi. Neskatoties uz aicinjumiem ievrot rkrtjs situcijas laik noteiktos ierobeojumus un citas visprpieemts normas, par kurm personas var saukt pie atbildbas, policija konstatja vairkus prkpumus, par ko attiecgi tika sktas administratvs lietvedbas vai noformti protokoli. Kopum likumsargi fiksja 44 prkpumus. 24 gadjumos fiksta pulcans un fizisks distances neievroana, bet seos gadjumos fiksta alkoholisko dzrienu vai citu apreibinoo vielu lietoana vai atraans alkoholisko dzrienu vai citu apreibinoo vielu ietekm. Vl divos gadjumos fiksts skais hulignisms, bet trijos gadjumos - Rgas domes saistoo noteikumu prkpana. Astoos gadjumos noformts administratvais protokols par ceu satiksmes noteikumu neievroanu, k ar vien gadjum fiksta drona pilotana un lidojumu drobas noteikumu prkpana. Personu rcba notikuaj tiks vrtta, savukrt citi btiski starpgadjumi nav fiksti. Socilo tklu platformu lietotji, vrojot notiekoo Uzvaras park, prmet VP bezdarbbu un bezzobainbu, nodroinot parka apkaim pulcans ierobeojumu ievroanu. Vairki iedzvotji bija publicjui no attluma uzemtus parka foto, kuros izskats, ka pie Uzvaras piemineka pulcjas simtiem cilvku. Iedzvotji paudui neizpratni un sautumu, kd policija nekdi nerea, sankuos neizkldina un neizraksta prkpuma protokolus, jo cits situcijs, piemram, kad park sporto etri jauniei, krtbsargi uzreiz esot klt un aizrdot. Daudzi socilo tklu platformu lietotji ar pau nosodjumu policijai kopum, nordot, ka ar du attieksmi VP zaudjusi gadiem ilgi veidoto cieu pret institciju, jo vl 4. maij, kad Latvij svinta valsts Neatkarbas atjaunoanas diena, valsts augstks amatpersonas piekodinjuas izvairties no jebkda veida pulcans. Atsevii socilo mediju lietotji, tostarp politii, kritizja ieklietu ministru Sandi irenu (KPV LV), kur neesot spjis nodroint krtbu un noteikumu ievroanu. Savukrt VP norda, ka ir saprotamas iedzvotju baas, jo, no malas skatoties, var ist, ka vienkopus pie Uzvaras piemineka vakar bija sapulcjus vairkas personas, kuras neievro distanci un pulcans aizliegumus, un ie iespjamie prkpumi netiek novrsti no policijas puses. "Tomr jnorda, ka ms dzvojam tiesisk valst un visu dienu policija ir sekojusi ldzi tam, lai nepieautu pulcanos, distance tiktu ievrota un personas, kas bija individuli ieradus pie Uzvaras piemineka nolikt ziedus, lieki neuzkavtos tur," pau iestd. Ar atsevii socilo mediju lietotji paudui, ka, lai gan no attluma parks izskatjs pilns ar cilvkiem, kltien visi distancans ierobeojumi esot tikui maksimli ievroti, cenoties nedrzmties. Policij norda, ka Uzvaras parka teritorij sabiedrisks krtbs uzraudzb tika iesaistti vairki desmiti policistu, kas, regulri patruljot kjm, prraudzja teritoriju. Tpat sabiedrisks krtbas uzraudzb iesaistjs kinologi, k ar hipologi, kuri, esot uz zirga, prredz situciju no augstka skatu punkta, ldz ar to trk pamanot, ja nepiecieams kdu izkliedt. Paralli tika uzraudzts, lai tiek ievroti ceu satiksmes noteikumi. Visu dienu tika izmantoti ar policijas automanas skarui, kuros neprtraukti atskaoja brdinjumus par pulcans un distances ievroanu. Savukrt tm personm, kuras nav ievrojuas sabiedrisks krtbas vai rkrtjs situcijas ierobeojumus, ir likts prtraukt likumprkpumu vai ir sktas administratvs lietvedbas.