New York planning to reopen on 15th May New York
New York planning to reopen on 15th May partially.
In a recent statement, Governor Andrew Cuomo said that New York might start reopening manufacturing and construction after 15th May. The state has ground to halt in order to stop the COVID-19 pandemic. Cuomo, however, added that the easing of measures would take first in the north of the state and not in the New York City Metropolitan region.
He added that the regions that are more likely to be able to open sooner would be the upstate region. Downstate New York is going to be more complicated. Under a plan for reopening, the first sectors would be construction and manufacturing. The governor stressed that any final decision would be conditioned on a downturn in COVID-19 hospitalizations between now and May 15.
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Thunderbirds and Blue Agents working together to honor healthcare workers.
According to the reports, a formation of US Navy Blue Angels and US Air Force Thunderbirds will fly over New York City on Tuesday at noon for about 35 minutes before moving towards New Jersey and Philadelphia. The two of the US military’s elite flight teams are planning this exercise to honour the essential workers in New York City and nearby cities.
The formation will feature six F-16 Fighting Falcons and six F/A-18 Hornets. These are among the first of multi-city flyovers by the teams to honour essential workers in what the military is calling, "America Strong." Defense Department guidelines have compelled both flight demonstration teams to cancel many of their roaring performances at air shows around the country in response to COVID-19.
Oft-maligned, New York accent, got megaphone by the pandemic.
New York City in the United State’s epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. Those who are native-born of NYC are providing crucial information to the nation in televised briefings. The New York accent has stepped up to the mic or maybe megaphone.
Fauci’s science-based way of explaining the crisis at White House briefings has attracted untold numbers of fans, and Cuomo's news conferences have become must-see TV. Researchers who have studied how the country's various accents are perceived by those in other parts of the U.S. have found when it comes to a New York sound, well, fuggedaboutit.
New Yorkers have been again put to the test after 9-11.
Around two decades ago, Manhattan’s Twin Towers fell in one of the deadliest attacks on US soil. The coronavirus pandemic is again testing the people of New York. According to the people of NY, COVID-19 is more of slow cancer. Governor Andrew Cuomo said in his statement that 9-11 was supposed to be the darkest day in New York history for a generation.
However, this silent explosion of the virus has just rippled through society. Many people who have lived through the horrors of 9-11 feel that they thought they saw the biggest disaster of their lives, but no one expected that they would see a pandemic as well. When crowds clap and cheer to honour essential workers at 7 PM each evening, they recall the cheers for rescue workers heading to the WTC site and those who offered them meals.
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Paul stein decides to make atmosphere lively
Paul stein, the retired public lawyer and social activist, describes the lockdown period as very depressing as he was stuck in his apartment and every day was watching his neighbors suffer from loneliness.
Amid the pandemic to make the atmosphere lively, he decided to hold a concert at 7:00 pm. He got this idea from France and Italy when he watched on television how people were banging pots and pans out of there windows clapping and singing from balconies. Till now he has already hosted four 45 minutes concert. Steps leading up to his building can be described as his stage, and the natural acoustics of the help his neighbors enjoy the music. Stein, while describing an instance where he had to alert the neighbors with a telephone call, said that he does not want to promote social gathering.
Stein has been playing accordion since eight, and he is in love with it; however, he said that accordion is not an instrument that is loved by all. He also said that it could be sometime a bit of a joke. His efforts to make the atmosphere lively were encouraged by his neighbors as Madeline Chang, and Tim Sozen used the opportunity to dance on the concrete patch in front of there yard.
Boat captains hold a parade amid the stay at home orders
With no certainty among people regarding the stay at home orders the boat captains decide to hold a parade of charter and head boats so that New jersey Gov. Phil Murphy pay some attention on there industry. Boat companies are closed for commercial use due to stay at home order by gov Murphy however marinas opened back up last month.
Captain Dan Schade of classic boat rides led the parade to raise awareness as the boat industry has come to a standstill due to the pandemic. Captain Dan said that they are also having an opinion of opening after everything is safe and secured however they want someone to at least look into there industry. He further added that the parade focused on safety as only crew was allowed onboard and spectators who were watching the parade were having protective gear and were managing themselves according to social distancing.
Schade said that they are ready to open with necessary health guidelines. He said that the crews will have enough hand sanitizer and every passenger would be monitored so that all the health guidelines are followed onboard.
A YOUNG NYC MEDIC TOOK HIS OWN LIFE BECAUSE HE CAN'T SEE THE SUFFERING OF PEOPLE
A twenty-three y/o Nyc Paramedic died on the job by suicide after the novice was forced into duty during the corona virus outbreak fewer than 3 months.
John Mondelo was passed away on Fri, in Queens, from a bullet fired from a weapon licensed with his retired father.
Mondelo was discovered on the Shore Boulevard in Astoria after a bystander noticed the corpse just after six o'clock in the evening on ground near a riverbank.
Mondelo had stated that he had difficulty dealing with people suffering from the corona virus, officials told the local news channel.
The twenty-three y/o medic was on the Tactical Response Group operating 24hrs to regions with the city's loads of reported cases.
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Chicago car protest for the waiving the rents during the pandemic.
Several Chicago residents are incapable of paying the rents and mortgages during the coronavirus pandemic. These people were seen on roads in their cars protesting for the cancellation of home rents and mortgage payments. The group of protestors were seen with a car caravan saying "Cancel the rents" during the outbreak of coronavirus.
These people were seen across the Albany Park neighbourhood, honking the horns and waving a sign to get a break from rent payments. The organizers titled it as "National Day of Car Protests" and appealed to cancel the rents of apartments, homes and small businesses in the country. The patchwork of city and state moratoriums are not enough for the people to deal with the crisis, they added.
Chicago researchers making use of the past for the treatment of COVID-19.
Chicago researchers are keenly working for plasma infusion therapy. They have started looking for past experiments and studies to draw some clue related to the disease. They are also analysing the blood sample donated by the coronavirus recovered patients. One of the researchers, Dr Chundi, said that they are observing the horse's serum, which got used for the treatment of meningitis. He also added that they are facing double pressure as they also need to look after the front line patients of COVID-19.
The Chicago Medical Society COVID-19 task force is working to combat the pandemic. It is believed that after the successful testing of the antibody, the country will become free of all coronavirus restrictions.
Houston "Prince of Parties" dies at 73.
The popular caterer of the city, Jackson Hicks, died at the age of 73 on Saturday, April 25. He was known as the city's "Prince of Parties". He passed away tragically at the house of the former mayor of Houston, Annise Parker. He has created several grand parties and events of celebrities and power players with 35 years of experience in Catering and Event Planning.
Bradshaw-Carter is handling the arrangements of his funeral. He got retired from his work in the year 2017 after completion of around 15,000 events in his career. He owed Jackson & Company in the city and celebrated royalty, entertainment and helped to preserve the culture of the city.
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Pri nehode sa zrazilo päť motorových vozidiel.
Pri nehode sa zrazilo pä motorových vozidiel.27. apr 2020 o 23:03 TASR HOSOVÁ. Hasii v týchto chvíach zasahujú pri tragickej hromadnej nehode na rýchlostnej ceste R1. K zráke dolo na 58. kilometri v katastrálnom území obce Hosová. Pri nehode sa zrazilo pä motorových vozidiel. "Následkom nehody dve osoby na mieste svojim zraneniam podahli a dve osoby utrpeli zranenia rôzneho rozsahu. Na mieste udalosti zasahujú hasii z Nitry a zo Selenca," uviedla Katarína Krianová z Prezídia hasiského a záchranného zboru.
Ingreso mínimo sube a Bs. 800 mil - Panorama.com.ve
A partir del 1 de mayo corresponden a Bs. 400.000 sueldo base y Bs. 400.000 de cestaticket. El monto equivale al precio de un cartón de huevos o un kilógramo de carne.
El ministro del Trabajo, Eduardo Piñate, anunció este lunes 27 de abril que el salario mínimo será aumentado a partir del 1 de mayo a 800.000 bolívares los cuales corresponden a Bs. 400.000 sueldo base y Bs. 400.000 de cestaticket. El ajuste del salario mínimo y el cestaticket se eleva desde los Bs. 450 mil en un 77,7% que, al expresarlo en dólares, al cálculo de la tasa del Banco Central de Venezuela (Bs. 171.072,85) se sitúa en un total de 4,6 dólares. A la espera de la lista de precios oficial con el que el Ejecutivo aspira a regular 27 productos, el nuevo ingreso mínimo de los venezolanos apenas alcanza para comprar un cartón de 30 huevos, que actualmente tiene un valor de mercado de justamente Bs. 800 mil. En la región El salario mínimo más bajo en la región de América Latina es el de Venezuela con $4,6 de acuerdo con el ajuste decretado este lunes 27 de abril y el más alto alcanza los US$520. En algunos países como México, Uruguay y por supuesto Colombia, ya se han realizado ajustes del salario con el inicio del año; otros cambiaron sus salarios mínimos en el transcurso de los últimos meses. En Brasil, su ajuste fue 4,1% al salario mínimo ($230), lo cual está por encima de su tasa de inflación. Paraguay, actualizará para finales de junio el salario mínimo que aumentó un 3.8% en 2019, hasta los 2,192,839 guaraníes, lo que equivale en dólares a unos US$ 326. El salario mínimo en Uruguay se actualizó el 1 de enero con un porcentaje de 4.33%, lo que equivale a $460. El sueldo mínimo en Chile se mantendrá hasta marzo y quedará en un total de $ 385 a $ 400. Ajueste de bonos En su comunicado oficial, el ministro Piñate agrega que a partir del 1 de mayo entra en vigencia el aumento del salario mínimo, del cesta ticket socialista, de las pensiones y del sistema de bonos solidarios. El presidente Nicolás Maduro defendiendo a la clase obrera y al pueblo venezolano. En dicho mensaje adjuntó un comunicado en el que agrega que también será aumentadas las pensiones de los jubilados a 400.000 además de un bono de guerra de 300.000 bolívares. Además anuncia que los bonos otorgados a través de los programas sociales del gobierno/ANC serán aumentados en base al nuevo incremento salarial.