Houston-area thunderstorm killed a man Houston
Houston-area thunderstorm killed a man in Huntsville.
The Gulf Coast was vulnerable to gusty wind, heavy rain, and frequent lightning on Wednesday morning. The knockout of terrestrial rain and thunderstorm killed a person in Huntsville. Moreover, thousands of people got affected by it. The citizens faced a delay in reaching the testing sites sue to rain showers.
The police reported a death due to a thunderstorm and said that a tree fell on the main in the city and killed him. Currently, the state of Texas has confirmed a total of 28,087 cases in the state with 782 fatalities. Out of these cases, 5,827 cases are from Harris County, and 3,240 is from Dallas Country.
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United Way of Greater Houston has raised a fund of $11.6 million.
The United Way of Greater Houston and the Greater Houston Community Foundation collaborated together to raise COVID-19 recovery fund for Greater Houston. They started the inception on March 25 and succeeded in expanding the fund to $11.6 million in a month. The fund will be used to serve people with disabilities and vulnerable to the pandemic in the city.
Steve Maislin, president and CEO of Greater Houston Community Foundation, said that they already united before for Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. A Houston family also announced $1 million for a second matching grant to hell the people in the time of pandemic.
Houston's Pakistan-American community leader died due to COVID-19.
Pervez Iqbal, Pakistan American community leader of Houston, died after contracting the coronavirus on Monday, April 27. He got hospitalised and was on a ventilator ten days before his death. The man was described as an influential leader by his friends. He shifted to America in the 90s with his life and worked hard to establish his large chain of businesses in Houston. There are multiple auto-body shops, convenience stores and shopping centre in the city-owned by him.
He became the founding member of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce USA in 1997. He also became the president of the community in 2014. Iqbal worked to expand the business between both countries.
Mayor Turner frame plans to help homeless people of Houston.
With the growing cases of coronavirus in Houston, Mayor Sylvester Turner has started focussing on the lives of homeless people of the city. He addressed the needs of these abandoned population in the Tuesday briefing. He reported 61 new cases of COVID-19 in the city, bringing the total to 3,419.
The briefing was conducted at the Fonde Community Centre in downtown Houston, which has been converted into the shelter for the homeless people. Turner said that the majority of these people suffer from chronic illness, which has put them at risk of contracting the disease. The homeless centre has been divided into three sections: prevention, emergency response and recovery.
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The business should be allowed to open up in after two weeks
In Houston, the people are waiting to open up their business after two weeks. Johnny Jackson who owns northwest Harris county tattoo parlour is thinking to re-open the parlour with keeping social distancing in mind. They are facing an economic crisis due to all-time lockdown.
The supplies and labour for the unexpected re-model were donated by clients, family and friends. They don’t have any other source of income so they have re-open the business and make some money. Jackson is disappointed when the tattoo parlour is not in the list of the governor that he announced on Monday to be re-open in Texas. Gov.Grey do not believe that tattoo parlour is an essential business to re-open in this pandemic COVID-19.
Child drowns in the pool and die
In Houston, a child is dead after he went away from his family and friends. He drowned in a pool at an apartment complex in northeast Harris county. Incident took place before 6 p.m. on Monday at the timber ridge apartment on Aldine bender near Surles Drive. The child was 4-year-old he some who went away from the family and goes in the pool. He was found swimming in the pool and rushed to memorial Hermann northeast hospital where was later told died. Gonzalez said the investigation is still going on.
Mall going to re-open on Friday in Houston
Many of the malls are going to re-open kin Houston on Friday once again. Many of the customers are excited to see them and go there for shopping. As the order has been made by the governor. Greg Abbott business can reopen from May 1st. He also mentioned no more than 25% occupancy should be there. The malls which are going to open are as follows - galleria and Katy mills mall.
They are also said they will offer the curbside pickup but some allow in-store shopping. Some like Tjmaxx, HomeGoods and marshalls are not yet opening it. Online shopping is not available. Deerbrook, Willowbrook, Baybrook, Frist colony and the woodland mall are not going to open in-store shopping. when all will be safe they will safely open them utile they will provide curbside pickup. All of them will be kept under eyes to see whether they are following rules or not.
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Workers who are homeless, crowded subways
It really disgusting and disrespect to see people who are homeless came on subways in New York city said by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. On Tuesday Gov.Cuomo angrily writes ‘next stop, purgatory’ and down was a picture of homeless people who blocked completely in subways cars. Cuomo said really had as they shut down the public transportation system due to pandemic and decided to run in order to get essential workers to their jobs. He said that the transportation system is really important to transport those who are working day and night to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. He also said it important to continue this transportation system is safe and disinfected ways. These subway cars are disrespectful to essential workers. He said they should respect those who are putting there lives on risk to save others lives. The governor pointed out that the homeless worker should not use the transport vehicle as their home as this is really dangerous for all of them. More than 80 transit worker already died due to COVID-19. They have closed high impact station to disinfect them.
Egg thrown on the street vendor at south Los Angeles
In South Los Angeles, some suspect was captured on video throwing an egg at a street vendor. A passenger in a vehicle call up the vendor asks for the price of the item and then throw an egg at the vendor’s chest this has been shown in the video. This act happened in the Florence and central avenues. The passengers said to the vendor who was selling the face masks that his money has dropped down and when the vendor looks down the passenger throw the egg and laugh as the vehicle drives off. This was a disgusting act by the passenger. If anyone now who was that person and what were his intention should tell to the department.
Bottle and Bottega Homewood allowing people for art therapy
Painting art is always a distraction for people. Bottle and Bottega Homewood is providing art therapy for the customers as to when they feel bored and stressed out it helps them. Each kit includes canvas, paints, an image, as well as step by step instructions. They have created the kit as they are not allowed to have host paint and sip parties. The kit is able to help but not enough. The Homewood has already invested everything in the franchise in 2016. They are rejected by big bank in the first round of federal payroll protection loans and Bottega has applied for a loan in the small bank. She feels so stressed out and now she is not thinking much. They have tough economic times before and will do it fight it again very bravely she said.
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Monika Bagárová konečne priznala „farbu”: „Mala som trému z celého tímu!” - SlovakWoman.sk
Keď produkcia televízie Markíza oznámila verejnosti, koho môžu v najnovšej sérii Superstar očakávať v porotcovských kreslách, mnohí ľudia zostali zarazení. Okrem Paľa Haberu, ktorý je v súťaži od
Ke produkcia televízie Markíza oznámila verejnosti, koho môu v najnovej sérii Superstar oakáva v porotcovských kreslách, mnohí udia zostali zarazení. Okrem Paa Haberu, ktorý je v súai od samého zaiatku, toti ostatné tváre vyvolávali mnostvo otázok. Najviac zo vetkých prekvapila práve enská as poroty zloená zo speváky Moniky Bagárovej a hereky Patrície Pagáovej. eky najnovie priznali, e ani im spoiatku nebolo vetko jedno. V rolách porotký sa speváka, ktorá zaínala v Superstar, a hereka známa zo seriálu Ulice (eský formát s viac ako 3860 dielmi vysielaný od roku 2005) ocitli vôbec prvýkrát v ivote, je to teda pre ne celkom nová skúsenos. Svorne vak tvrdia, e si miesto hodnotiacich uívajú, hoci zaiatky neboli vôbec jednoduché. Prvý de som mala trému zo vetkého z kolegov, z udí, ktorí prídu, aby som vedela, o mám poveda, aby som sa neopakovala, z reiséra… Z celého tímu vlastne,” priznala v rozhovore Monika Bagárová, priom ale dodala, e v súasnosti sa u so svojou pozíciou zila a cíti sa skvele. Ako porotkyu speváku mnohí spochybovali práve pre nedostatok skúseností v hudobnom priemysle vydala dosia dva albumy Shining (2011) a Flashback (2017). Tí, ktorí ju na porotcovskom mieste vidia radi, zas tvrdia, e je skvelé, e zaínala rovnako ako aktuálne nádejné talenty. Fakt, e sama mala z opanej strany pódia” sná rovnakú trému ako pred jedenástimi rokmi, vak priznala prvýkrát. O podobných pocitoch sa zmienila aj hereka Patrícia Pagáová, ktorá vak tie tvrdí, e s kadým jedným hodnotením je vetko ahie. Nie vdy si je ale istá tým, o poveda niekedy vraj dokonca zvauje, i sa jej dané íslo páilo alebo nie a miesto na to, aby s kritikou i pochvalami zaali, prenecháva radej tým, ktorí sa hudbe rozumejú viac. Celý rozhovor s porotkyami si môete pozrie v priloenom videu. Zdroj:TV Markíza | Foto: Instagram/bagarovamonika, TV Markíza
Nové Mesto otvára v piatok areál Kuchajdy i Jamy - SME.sk
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Návtevníci budú musie dodriava viaceré opatrenia.1. máj 2020 o 7:58 TASR Vetky lánky, ktoré informujú o mimoriadnych opatreniach a základných zdravotníckych informáciách o novom koronavíruse, budú na SME.sk odomknuté a prístupné pre kadého. Povaujeme to toti za verejný záujem. Ak chcete podpori novinárov a serióznu i overenú urnalistiku, môete tak urobi kúpou predplatného BRATISLAVA. Bratislavské Nové Mesto v piatok znovu otvára pre verejnos prírodný areál Kuchajda a vonoasový priestor na port, rekreáciu a oddych Jama. Mestská as tak robí po uvonení niektorých opatrení v súvislosti s novým koronavírusom. Oba areály budú otvorené denne od 8:00 do 20:00, avak za dodriavania viacerých opatrení. Samospráva o tom informuje na svojej webovej stránke. "Do areálov bude moné vstúpi iba v ochrannom rúku a návtevníci budú musie medzi sebou dodriava bezpené vzdialenosti a hygienické podmienky," zdôrazuje mestská as. Upozoruje, e zákaz vyuíva detské ihriská a vykonáva kontaktné porty zostáva naalej v platnosti. Ihriská budú aj naalej oznaené páskou. Na dodriavanie pravidiel budú dohliada policajti Na dodriavanie hygienických a bezpenostných pravidiel budú dohliada mestskí a tátni policajti, hasii, ako aj dobrovoníci mestskej asti. Samospráva v tejto súvislosti opätovne vyzýva vetkých prípadných návtevníkov na zodpovednos. Poukazuje na to, e tak chránia nielen seba, ale aj svojich blízkych i neznámych udí. "Nechceme, aby sa z Kuchajdy a parku Jama stali miesta, kde sa bude íri nákaza, preto na dodriavanie pravidiel budú dozera hliadky, ktoré upozornia, pripomenú, poradia," napísal pred pár dami na margo termínu otvorenia starosta Nového Mesta Rudolf Kusý na sociálnej sieti. Uzavreli ho v polovici marca Nové Mesto zatvorilo areál prírodného kúpaliska Kuchajda v rámci preventívnych opatrení v polovici marca. Mnohí ho toti vyuívali aj ako skratku od Kolosea na Vajnorskú ulicu, poas víkendu boli zárove ihriská plné mamiiek s demi. Krátko predtým mestská as tie pozastavila premávku lanovej dráhy medzi eleznou studnikou a Kamzíkom.
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