ELON MUSK SAID THAT HE SUPPLIED TWELVE T Los Angeles
ELON MUSK SAID THAT HE SUPPLIED TWELVE THOUSAND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT TO LOS ANGELES
Chief Executive Officer of SpaceX, said Tuesday on social media that he had purchased 1,250 emergency ventilator and delivered them Los Angeles, while medical centres and health centre across the United States were amid of shortages due to COVID-19 pandemic.
In a news briefing on Monday, California Governor confirmed that Musk donated one thousand emergency ventilator to help California healthcare handle People with corona virus, a disorder triggered by the virus. California had 2,204 reported infections of COVID-19 as of tuesday evening, including 42 mortality.
"I told you a before that this week [Musk] will potentially have one thousand ventilator," Governor said. "We come to Los Angeles ... It's been a valiant endeavor."
In response to Wapner's post, some social media users challenged the validity of Musk's actions.
Musk replied, claiming he personally purchased 1,255 Chinese emergency ventilators because of an over-supply."
One specialist predicted that around 1 million US citizens may require ventilator care during corona virus, straining the infrastructure of the government even though all such events did not overcome. Decrease supply of emergency equipment such as helmets has also begun to impact hospitals in the US.
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In response to Donald Trump emergency declaration, the mayor Eric Gracetti took to social media on a weekend that he approved for the emergency ordinance on California state and it an effort to assist the state.
Garcetti aforementioned that he hoped every citizen would not get worried & individuals take care of instruction.
He Appreciates the los-Angeles citizen for being public separation, however, it isn't enough. He said, even all the great examples of social distancing, the gathering is not less on beaches and other areas of town. He proclaimed that they need to shut all sports, beaches and recreational activities related areas.
He carries on, that the town officials are doing everything in order to give access to the individuals to the facility of screening of coronavirus. And testing kits will be available on markets for those who meet certain criteria for CORVID-19. For getting the screening kit I.D is a must.
He hopes that the supply of testing kits would match the demands. There will also, be medical equipment provides to cope up with the disaster, like a face mask and 1000 beds after U.S.S Mercy being deployed, as announced by Trump.
According to Garcetti’s news conference, there were a new mortalities in Los Angeles County. Now there are 133 new cases, in the last forty eight hours bring 410 cases now in total.
LOCK DOWN IN LOS ANGELES AND ITS ORDERS FOR RESTAURANTS
Los Angeles, like San Francisco, also banned public gatherings of people to hinder the spread of corona virus. Government-issued a ‘safer at home order’. Mayor Eric Garcetti, L.A County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, and Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer mutually in press conference publicized the new directives. The order would be implemented in the city on March 19, 2020 at 12 o’clock, until April 19, 2020.
As eateries, grocery stores, pharmacies, farmer markets and other food businesses are essential so they are allowed to delivery or take out in the Bay Area. Since two days ago, California Governor Gavin Newsom closed bars and dining rooms. So the drive thru, Dine out and take always is only way to eat. Yesterday in Los Angeles Street selling, gym, cinemas and arcades were also embargoes.
Kathryn Barger said to buy food from restaurants and buy gift cards for supporting them. The instruction to shielding our inhabitants from the corona virus by decreasing social contact,” Barger said. “We know that home stay and public distancing is the paramount mean to stop the progress of the corona virus.”
Public health director Dr. Barbara Ferrer said that, we must slow the number of new cases that we have. If measures are not taken to prevent new cases, soon the healthcare worker themselves fall ill.
All public gatherings of 10 or more people are prohibited and during activities of daily life, like grocery shopping or getting food from eateries, there must be 6 feet distance.
Death of a cycle rider in Los Angeles
An unemployed and homeless person was assassinated while he was sitting on his cycle across another Branford avenue bridge in Arleta, late night on Sunday when a Mercedes Benz in its maximum speed accidentally hit him, flying back his body and his cycle crashing down into the river sweeping underneath. Martinez, a Los Angeles Division of Traffic Police private investigator, said that white gold Mercedes, conceivably a prototype in 2014, four door car of class E accidentally crushed the man out at approximately 7:20 p.m. On Branford, whatsoever between Arleta and Beachy Routes, the Mercedes trekked on the western side of the road behind the same cycle on the right. The driver hurried back in the left hand side to get round the slowing vehicle when Mercedes encountered the cycle rider and hit him, who surpassed Branford along the bridge.
On Tuesday, police detectives quickly scanned the area of the country for potential credible witnesses and surveillance cameras which could have recorded the car crash. Martinez said that when the accident happened, the area of the country was pretty dark and that the highly suspect car could hardly be identified in any of the recordings. The Los Angeles Police Department officials also have repeatedly stated in the last year that hits and run accidents are especially difficult to resolve. Yet enforcement inspectors throughout the region have dealt with them even more relatively recently.
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Faith in humanity restored in Pasadena, California
Coronavirus has been declared a pandemic. People are panicking and hoarding essential items everywhere around the globe. In between this panic, we are forgetting that there are certain sections of disadvantaged people in this society who cannot afford to panic. However, there is still hope for humanity due to people like Donald Berry.
Brandi Frausto is a disabled woman residing in Pasadena, California. She suffers from Fibromyalgia and uses a walker to get around. She decided to buy some toilet paper last week but returned disappointed and empty-handed due to ‘toilet paper hoarders’ present everywhere. Now, buying necessary toilet paper posed a problem for her. She decided to turn to a social networking site Nextdoor for help, she posted an urgent plea. Humanity came to her help in the form of Donald Berry.
He saw her plea. They exchanged information and he helped her out. He said, ‘it is about extending kindness to someone else’. Frausto said, ‘her faith in humanity was restored’. Even though Frausto is out of work, she still decided to pay for the toilet paper by providing home-baked brownies to Berry.
Frausto found her angel that day and Berry made a new friend.
San Francisco Bay Area: Cancellations & closures related to COVID-19
Today at 4:48AM that is Tuesday, March 24,2020 SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) announced that the coronavirus outbreak is having a broad impact on the Bay Area just months after COVID-19 was first detected in the Chinese city of Wuhan as it is sheltering to the spread of this virus. It has been ordered by all the governments of the affected countries that people must stay indoors at least till April 7 unless it’s for “essential” purposes. California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a new ban regarding large gatherings that non-essential gatherings must be limited to under 250 people. All bars and wineries are closed in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. All universities, colleges, schools, Gymnasiums, Museums, Events, Courts, Airports, Theatres, Shops (except food stores), Parks, Tournaments, etc have been cancelled and closed in order to prevent the spread of this virus. Employees are encouraged to work from home for the time being. UCSF events have been postponed. Restaurants in Walnut Creek are allowing delivery/take-out options. All the national parks are still open, hoping to encourage people to enjoy the outdoors.
Protest For PPE at Oakland
In Kaiser's Oakland Medical Center, "Nurses were being told to rescue their masks ,that they are giving limited masks."So the nurses at Kaiser's Oakland Medical Center protested for the improvement of medical supplies and lack of masks.
The people chanted,"What do we want?PPE!When do we want it?Now!"
The nurses are really frustrated and are terribly frightened, because of the lack of personal protective equipment.They are also afraid of getting fired if they wear their own N95 masks to the hospital.
The same protest has been held in San Jose and Walnut Greek on Monday. Katy Romer led the protest,she is an OB nurse at Kaiser Oakland.She is also present on the board of the California Nurse Association and the VP of National Nurses United.
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TWO BRIDES GET MARRIED IN THE STREET OF NEW YORK DURING PANDEMIC GLOBAL CRISIS
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused everyone to in their home and gathering is impossible now. People are cancelling their marriages but two Big Apple brides have found an innovative way to tie the knot.
Reily Jenn, 22 and Amaanda Wheler, 37, expected to tie a knot at the end of 2019 but it appeared impossible in New York with COVID-19 fiasco.
New York City reported more than sixteen thousands reports of the virus, around five per cent of Monday's global estimate, and Mayor de Blasio named it the crisis's "epicentre." The county is now in a lockout, though food markets, supermarkets, bars, parks and mechanics shops are still accessible, the mayor said .
As for her, the gym wheeler works has stopped and laid off the whole workers, and the pair wanted to knot a tie and make sure they both have benefits, Jenings said.
"We weren't sure what would happen in the fall, so we didn't hesitate," said Jennings. "We had always agreed to get together.
With marriage certificate, they decided to tie a knot at the court house after making a series of work calls. Both rushed out of the building when Jenings heard Blasio announce the closing of the marriage centre, too.
"I was frustrated, crying, got some champagne early in the day and then started to talk of what we're going to do?" said Jennings. "Amanda was really cool; I didn't feel relaxed."
Their mate, Matt Willson, said the city clerk had licensed him, so he should marry them. Within the next 90 minutes, Jenings questioned if he was eligible.
The pair exchanged "I do's" at a ceremony that Jenings said it took about three minutes as neighbours and relatives applauded away from a safe distance. They took pictures, then they picked a snake on the way home then opened a bottle of champagne.
TRUMP REOPEN THE FIGHT WITH NEW YORK GOVERNOR AFTER RESOLVING IT
President Donald Trump's alliance with new york Governor Cuomo was in turbulence when America dealing with resent crisis. On Tues president is ready to fight again.
Trump blasted Cuomo for not requesting ventilators earlier. Trump referred to news that in 2015, Cuomo, a Liberal, preferred to limit the state's stock of emergency ventilators instead of buying more.
The big apple has been the centre of the crisis in America.
"I am not accusing him or anybody else," Trump stated before saying quickly: "He can purchase his own emergency ventilators."
Trump's comments have become new suggestion in which he suggested states would take the lead in requiring the medical instrument to tackle the corona. Cuomo and other state officials insist they have unable to purchase and urgently need the gear.
Democrats also encouraged Trump to use the Defense Development Act and claim that corporations increase the machinery output. Trump refused to do so, claiming that private businesses willingly expanded output
President frequently said in the county that the federal government had come up to deal with fund emergency care and supplies up New York.
The more protective stance, only hours ago, seemed to indicate a break from Trump's thoughts on Cuomo.
"I have spoken to Governor Cuomo. He's working effortlessly," Trump said Monday. "We're all working effortlessly together, the chemistry was amazing indeed."
Mag Mile hotel to be converted to shelter coronavirus patients
The city made a deal to rent vacant hotel rooms to shelter mild COVID-19 patients and vulnerable population amid corona virus pandemic.
Lori Elaine Lightfoot the current mayor of Chicago said ,"we are all in this together and we are leaving no one behind". The housing and social service commissioners were brought together by the mayor Lori Lightfood to announce that from Monday the city will rent rooms for Chicagoan patients. The patients who are either waiting for test results or experiencing a mild case of the disease will be directly treated by the City Health Staffs.
Those who are from the city's homeless population ,domestic shelters,or any other corner of the city can come for the treatment and even who are isolating themselves to avoid getting others sick will be treated gently by the staffs.
The city health system still has hundreds of spare bed, and the rooms were rented for $175 a night.The first venue was Hotel 166 on the Magnificent Mile.
"We have had quarantine ability in the city since January," said Dr. Allison Arwady, the commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health. "We have protocols we have been thinking through the details and these announcements represent the next step."
It just took us literally an hour to hammer out an agreement to make this happen there was motivation on all sides." "In the absence of federal leadership, we have created a modeling plan that can be followed by other cities and towns across the nation and towns across the nation," Lightfoot said.
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Besuchsrecht, Unterhalt und Co.: Fragen und Antworten zum Familienrecht
Die Coronakrise und die damit verbundenen Ausreisebeschränkungen sind für Familien in der Patchwork-Konstellation oder für getrennte Eltern mit Kindern besonders schwierig. Die Grazer Jugend- und Familiendirektion erläutert die häufigsten Unklarheiten in Bezug auf Unterhaltsrechte und Besuche.
Frage: Ist es möglich, ein Kind zu einem Elternteil zu bringen, der nicht im selben Haushalt lebt?
Antwort: Nein, aufgrund des Dekrets des Gesundheitsministeriums darf das Kind den Haushalt des Elternteils, der sich um das Kind kümmert, nicht verlassen. Kontakte sollten - soweit möglich - (vorerst) am 13. April nur per Telefon, Skype oder ähnlichen Kommunikationsplattformen hergestellt werden.
Frage: Kann ein Kind derzeit eine Dienstleistung oder eine Vorauszahlung für eine Dienstleistung beantragen und wird das Verfahren (sofort) durchgeführt?
Antwort: Ja, das ist möglich. Beide Verfahren laufen ebenfalls. Vorauszahlungen für Unterhalt können auch geleistet werden, wenn das Kind das Recht auf Unterhalt erhält, wenn das Kind beim Gericht keinen entsprechenden Antrag auf Vollstreckung stellt (insbesondere eine gerichtliche Anordnung, eine Vereinbarung mit der Agentur zum Schutz von Kindern und Jugendlichen).
Unterstützung vor Ort
Frage: Können Betreuer, Kindergeld- und Familienberatungsstellen derzeit Dienstleistungen erbringen?
Antwort: Nein, da das Kind (wie oben bereits erläutert) nicht das Recht hat, den Haushalt des Elternteils zu verlassen, der sich um das Kind kümmert, gemäß dem Dekret des Gesundheitsministeriums. Verhandlungen können bis zum Ablauf der Verordnung (derzeit 13. April) nur telefonisch oder über andere Kommunikationsmittel geführt werden.
Menschen in der Psychiatrie
Frage: Wie können die Rechte von Menschen, die in der Psychiatrie gewaltsam festgehalten werden, derzeit respektiert werden?
Antwort: Psychiatrische Stationen werden weiterhin sowohl von Patientenanwälten als auch von Gerichten besucht, um die Rechte der Patienten gemäß dem Unterkunftsgesetz zu schützen. Zum Schutz vor möglichen Infektionen wird jedoch versucht, den persönlichen Kontakt zu minimieren. Seit Inkrafttreten der Covid-19-JustizbegleitG ist eine Erstanhörung und eine mündliche Anhörung ohne persönliche Anwesenheit aller Teilnehmer und mit technischen Mitteln möglich.
Prophylaxis and potential treatment of Covid-19.
There is no specific drugs that can cure covid-19 hence doctors are relying on symptomatic management of this disease. Symptomatic management involves treatment of symptoms of the disease rather than killing the specific pathogen(virus) for example if the patient infected with corona virus have fever, cough and breathlessness then doctors prescribes paracetamol for fever, deryphylline for breathlessness antitussive for cough. This kind of approach is very much effective and life saving for most of the young patients however in old people because of many factors like lack of immunity previous history of respiratory diseases, DM, HTN and patients with low immunity due to cancers and organ transplant medications it's very much challenging for doctors to treat them even after giving the patients mechanical ventilation and dialysis.There are many drugs which can indirectly help in the treatments some of them are very well known vitamins and few very effective antivirals.
1) vitamins and natural immunobusters which strengthen the immunity of old aged people.
a) Vitamin A:--vitamin A is known to maintain the respiratory epithelium and plays important role in immunity. Vitamin A is also used in treatment & prophylaxis of measles.
b) Vitamin C:-regulates various enzymes which take part in body's defense, it helps in repair of damaged tissues and also a good antioxidant.
c) Vitamin E:--Is a antioxidant and protects cell membranes.
d) zinc:-it is a mineral which tends to play important role in immunity to fight various lung infection and also used in diarrhea.
e) banana lectins and papaya extract are natural source of many vitamins and minerals for fighting infectious diseases. Bananalectins inhibits viral infections by binding to glycosylated virus envelope. It also has microbicidal properties.
List of potential drugs that might be useful in covid-19 but not have enough evidence of its effectiveness in covid-19 less benefits and higher risks. These drugs are still not approved by the FDA yet but there are trials conducted.
2) Antiviral drugs:- which can interfere with the replication of the virus and minimize it's effect.
a) Ribavirin:- it's interferes with the RNA metabolism required for virus replications.
b) Interferons:-interferons inhibit viral replication by interfering with transcription of virus nuclei acid.
c) ASCO9F:- hiv protease inhibitor.
d) Ritonavir:-Is a Antiretroviral drugs which also a protease inhibitor.
e) Oseltamivir:-It is neuraminidase inhibitor.
f) Lopinavir:--protease inhibitor used along with darunavir and cobicistat.
g) darunavir:-nonpeptidic protease inhibitor
h) Antimalarial:-Chloroquine and hydroxychlorquine are weak base and immunomodulators combined with remdesivir which is a neuclotide analog was found to be less potent.
I) Azithromycin with combination of ribavirin and ritonavir:- No evidence of effectiveness is present for this cocktail of drugs.:-:-:-Dr.M.Mudassir.Ahmed//9342777860//
Les voyageurs arrivant à l'aéroport de Montréal devraient absolument trouver le kiosque du Guide D'aéroport Montréal-Trudeau au rez-de-chaussée
Ici, vous pouvez prendre gratuitement des brochures utiles avec une description de la ville, une indication des itinéraires et des tarifs des transports publics. Il existe plusieurs centres touristiques dans la ville, qui fournissent également divers livrets et cartes pour les voyageurs. Le plus grand office de tourisme est le Centre Infotouriste, ici vous pouvez acheter des billets pour des événements culturels et préciser les dates de leur tenue.
Montréal est la plus grande ville de la province de Québec et la deuxième plus grande ville du Canada, couvrant une superficie de 363,13 km², avec une population de 1942694 habitants (pour 2018). Montréal est située sur l'île du même nom Montréal, au confluent du fleuve Saint-Laurent et de la rivière des Outaouais. Le territoire de la ville comprend plusieurs petites îles voisines.