A COUPLE FOUND THEIR HAPPINESS IN MIDDLE Houston
A COUPLE FOUND THEIR HAPPINESS IN MIDDLE OF CORONA FIASCO
A young duo tied the knot in front of family members and friends Mon morning a manner they might never have expected.
.Gabriele Schmee and Diego Grasano, though socially distanced, said their vows.
"I figured this isn't going to ruin this day's happiness," Grasano said.
With Waterwall Park serving as the background for the pair's romantic wedding in the Galleria district, Schmee and Grasano promised each other their endless love, removing their specially designed masks to exchange vows.
"It was a crazy journey. We are glad to be here, and actually making it work, "said Schmee.
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CITY MAYOR OPENED A NEW SCREENING SITE FOR CORONA IN HOUSTON
As Mayor Turner intends to introduce the new corona virus testing site in Houston to the community, the state is undergoing a major change in the week forward.
The thirty-day face cover rule for Harris County started Mon, affecting all unincorporated areas of the county & the city boundaries.
Moreover, during the weekend retailers & companies began restarting as "sales-to-go."
Turner also faces more advice from Austin about whether the state should be reopened broader. After Turner & U.S. Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to talk many hours in a press briefing, on the current screening site in south-east Houston.
Abbott promised to consult on new sites that could have a significant impact on how the region can fully straighten slope.
The city reported 3,284 incidents in almost 2 months of the virus outbreak's existence in Houston as of Mon morning. The death rate rose 7 to forty-two during the weekend. Before the weekend Turner also reported the 1st death in the city in an individual without any existing medical issues.
HOUSTON HAS FLAT LINE FOR HOSPITALIZATION FOR THE FIRST TIME
We continue to follow the new news and warnings about the global corona virus disease outbreak.
The City of Houston announced the mortality of a individual with no documented underlying medical problems for the 1st time after the outbreak began. The man's death in his seventies, according to Mayor Sylvester Turner, takes the number to thirty-five.
On a optimistic note, Dr. David Perse of the Houston Health Authority claims the town has flattened. So the amount of reported incidents is expected to drop out.
IN NORTH HARRIS ONE WOMEN SHOT IN SHOULDER DURING DRIVING
A female was driving close to Hugh Road when unexpectedly fired in the shoulder. It did happen at nearly three a.m in the morning at Adel Street in north Harris region.
The lady was shot in her upper left arm. She was taken to nearby medical facility in non threatening condition.
The perpetrator has not been identified.
Images taken by the captain of a Harris County Sheriff revealed the lady vehicle that was destroyed by gunfire from the attacker.
If you have any information or leads regarding the incident please inform the central Houston police department. The name of the tipster would not be revealed.
The story is still developing.
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Mayor Sylvester Turner reacts on Governor's announcement for reopening.
On Monday afternoon, Governor Greg Abbott announced that the restaurants of the state could reopen with limited capacity on May 1. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has reacted on the order of the Governor and said that his orders had replaced the local orders. He said that this would let the theatres, retailers and other businesses reopen soon which will bring back the residents on the road.
He hoped that the coronavirus cases don not spike in the city after reopening in a coronavirus briefing on Monday afternoon. He added that he understands the need for opening and hope that his purpose of reopening will work. Turner also warned the residents to take precautionary measures as there is no vaccine available for this disease.
Houston restaurants are set to reopen on May 1.
Governor Greg Abbott has announced the plan to reopen the restaurants of the state with 25% of their capacity on Monday in a press conference. Harris County has started preparing to wear masks in public as per the orders of Judge Lina Hidalgo. The state is planning to lift up restrictions slowly and establish a general lifestyle.
The restaurants are allowed to reopen from May 1 but have to follow some protocols set by the governor. All the tables of restaurants have to rearranged with six feet distance, and employees need to use face coverings and gloves. Moreover, there is a ban on parties with more than six people.
1st death in Houston without any underlying health issues.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced the 35th death of the city and the 1st death without any underlying health issues in a briefing on Friday. The man in his 70s belonged to the White community, who died on April 12. Turner also reported 74 new cases of COVID-19 in the city, which has brought up a total of 3,120.
The mayor also gave a brief description of the budget of the city and said that it is suffering due to the pandemic. It is a deficit between $170 million to $200 million. He added that the U.S. Treasury Aid could not be used to fill the void of this shortfall. He said that the reopening of the city and the restrictions imposed are in the hands of the governor.
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Governor Pritzker responds on the Chicago viral video.
Governor J.B. Pritzker admonished the young partygoers, who attended a house party in Chicago. The house party came into the eyes of thousands of people after the video went viral through a Facebook post. Pritzker said that those people have not only violated the coronavirus restrictions intentionally but also broke the trust of people and put them at risk. He added that he has not seen the video but heard of it, which has raised the concern among the residents.
The video was shared through live streaming on Facebook by Tink Purcell, which showed a massive house party. The video went viral overnight and has received 1.4 million views with over 60,000 shares.
UIC Medical Center nurse died after contracting with COVID-19.
Joyce Pacubas-Le Blanc, a dedicated nurse of UIC Medical Centre, tragically died after contracting with coronavirus disease. The hospital authority has consoled for her and said she will always be remembered for her work and help. The nurse was not even good at work but also helped her colleagues in managing the health stock supplies. Her sister, Jessica Bertelson, said that her sister used to help other nurses with the equipment she had.
Le Blanc was the eldest of five children, and she always played the role of a mother hen for the family. She contracted the deadly virus last month and was under treatment. Terence Yee, president of the Illinois Nurses Association, appreciated her work and called her "hard worker".
ON MONDAY DIFFERENT FIRING AT DIFFERENT PLACE IN CHICAGO
Around two pm a sixteen y/o boy was cycling. On Southern Union Street 4700 block as a gray sedan rolled up and then opened fire inside it.
5 persons were shot in Chicago on Mon.
The most firing incident of the day in the Western Side in Austin wounded 2 people, twenty-two & twenty y/o.
Around nine in the night They were seated inside a parked car on West Rice Street's 4800 row, when someone came to them & open fire at then, cops stated. The twenty y/o was shot in the shoulder, & his twenty- two y/o companion was shot at the neck.
They have brought themselves into care at the Western Suburban Medical Center, Cops said. The twenty y/o was not in threatening condition & after investigation allowed him to go whereas 22 y/o was still in hospital emergency.
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Los trastornos provocados por la pandemia mundial de la COVID-19 han sido innumerables y el deporte no es la excepción.
Los trastornos provocados por la pandemia mundial de la COVID-19 han sido innumerables y el deporte no es la excepción. El béisbol no escapa de esta dura realidad y hay dos estelares peloteros cubanos que se han visto afectados con esta situación. Se trata de Alfredo Despaigne y Yurisbel Gracial, que juegan en la Liga Profesional de Japón y que se hallan en Cuba en estos momentos. Ambos se recuperan en sus hogares de sendas lesiones, algo positivo para ellos sin dudas. Sin embargo, su regreso a la Tierra del Sol Naciente y, por tanto al juego como tal, es una verdadera incógnita ahora mismo, pues Despaigne y Gracial no podrán regresar a a su club, los Halcones de SoftBank, y a sus entrenamientos, hasta junio o julio. Resulta que, como consecuencia de la crisis del nuevo Coronavirus, los vuelos en la Mayor de las Antillas están suspendidos hasta el 31 de mayo y el ingreso a Japón está sumamente limitado. Por tanto, ambos atletas se hallan en un limbo temporal, a la espera de que se salga de este lamentable escenario. Además, cuando arriben a ese país oriental, lo más probable es que Alfredo y Yurisbel tengan que cumplir una cuarentena de 14 días, antes de poder incorporarse a las prácticas de los Halcones. Y todo esto sin conocerse aún cuándo arrancará la competencia, que ya ha sido retrasada en un par de ocasiones. Se habla de un posible inicio para el 19 de junio, pero esta es solo una fecha tentativa, en dependencia de cómo evolucione la pandemia de la Covid 19.
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