NYC'S ROADS ARE OVERFLOWING WITH TRAFFIC New York City
NYC'S ROADS ARE OVERFLOWING WITH TRAFFIC AGAIN AFTER THE EASE IN SHELTER AT PLACE ORDINANCE
NYC 's roads stayed relatively quiet for a month after the shelter-at-place directive. But 2nd Avenue was overflowing with bike riders and pedestrians, on Friday noon.
The transportation could be here to live, according to statistics from the NYC transit authority.
Traffic in the last days of March decrease to an estimate of 244,222 automobiles every weekday crossing the city's 4 East River bridges, down forty-two percent from the exact duration of last year.
Last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio launched a Transit Advisory Council to aid in revive city life and alleviate crowding, but even with the city's advice traffic is just getting heavier.
Quick forward to the 1st full week of May this year, and traffic rose to 340,621 cars, down from last year by only twenty percent.
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GOV. CUOMO WARNED NEW YORK CITIZENS REGARDING POTENTIALLY COVID-19-LINKED LETHAL DISEASE
NYC Governor Andrew Cuomo declared on Fri that there are now seventy-three reported incidents of lethal disease in kids that may have corona virus connections.
A five year old kid passed away due to corona virus complications on Thurs in NYC, Governor stated, while West Chester County medical authorities confirmed on Fri that a kid being handled for a mystery disease and also have a link with corona virus. The officials are examining more incidents, Governor stated.
"We didn't realize that children would have something like this," Governor stated. "At least take this matter now seriously." Cuomo also announced 216 fatalities on Wednesday as hospital and emergency admission begin a long, steady fall.
NEW YORK SUBWAYS SHUTDOWN OVERNIGHT FOR DISINFECTING
Nyc's subway network went empty on Weds early time of the day as a result of a decision to close down the daily almost around-the-clock station sanitation operation.
The services, which had been operating on a shortened timetable since emergency order due to the corona virus, would now be halted at one in the morn. Around five a.m. Every single day.
Many stations do not even have a gate which implies that there is no way to secure them safely. So a thousand police at almost three hundred stations have guarded it at night so no citizens could enter inside.
MTA staff cleansing vehicles at the ninety-sixth Street Qstation, as they did midnight at all four hundred and seventy-two stations. They are even washing trains & sweeping the entire day.
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Actor Nick Cordero wakes up from a coma
Nick Cordero is finally awake and conscious, several weeks after he was hospitalized with the
Nike Cordero's wife Amanda Kloots took the news of the actor's recovery to her Instagram. She
said "Guys we might have to change our hashtag. Nick, dada, is awake!"
The doctors at Cedar Sinai first thought that the actor was having simple pneumonia-like
symptoms but after testing, he was revealed to be coronavirus positive.
The doctors struggled to clear out the infection in his lungs and went to the extent of
resuscitation as he lost consciousness.
It didn't stop there, Cordero's right leg had to be amputated due to decreased blood flow to the
limb. There were ups and downs following this episode but eventually, he started showing signs
of waking up from a coma.
Kloots remained positive and hopefully all along and said she had no choice but to believe that
he would get better.
She said she made it her goal to see him wake up before their son Elvis' first birthday and thus
played the recording of his cry to make it happen.
She expressed her happiness on everyone’s efforts paying off and shared it with her followers on Instagram.
New Jersey state to expand it's testing capacity
The state of New Jersey is planning on expanding its testing capacity by bringing in a robust
contact tracing program, Gov. Phil Murphy said “Implementing an expanded testing regime and
robust contact tracing strategy are the underpinnings of putting New Jersey on the road back to
With this new strategy, the state will be increasing its testing capacity two-fold times and will be
able to test at least 20,000 and 25,000 people in a day by the end of May and June respectively.
This new testing program will provide access for frontline health care workers, first responders
and transit workers
Vulnerable populations, residents in long-term care facilities, individuals in the corrections
system, individuals in homeless shelters, patients in psychiatric hospitals and seasonal farm
workers will be of top priority.
This testing plan will include mobile testing units and soon testing sites may open at churches
and mosques as well.
Governor announced that the state will be using local, county and regional health departments
support to use the CommCare technological platform for contact tracing, also, the state is
planning on hiring 10,000 contact tracers to carry out the task.
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COVID-19 continues to impact Latino community
Many patients are coming in South Omaha to get tested for COVID-19 and the health providers are finding it hard to handle the increasing numbers. The local leaders are requesting for more tests along with safer work conditions.
Highlighting general wellbeing information, Neb. State Sen. Tony Vargas, who speaks to the region, said the infection has excessively affected ethnic minorities in Douglas County - specifically, its Latino people group.
For Vargas, the best concern revolves around straightforwardness. He said if neighborhood meatpacking plants and nursing offices can not share case information openly, nearby government and wellbeing offices can not viably treat individuals
The push to check cases and passings remains profoundly close to home for Vargas. His own dad as of late died from COVID-19. Finally check, the Douglas County Health Department detailed about 43% of recorded COVID-19 cases are Hispanic. A map indicating the province's distinctive ZIP codes shows both south and east Omaha stand apart as the hardest-hit division with regards to the quantity of cases and number of tests finished.
Horrified visitors watch as woman drives over graves of veterans
Families were amazed when a lady started driving a SUV over the graves of veterans on Mother's Day.
The episode occurred at the Houston National Cemetery as families stuffed the graveyard to visit the graves of friends and family and see the Lone Star Flight Museum flyover.
That is the point at which a lady in a red SUV began driving once again the graves of veterans. Numerous individuals shouted at the lady to stop, while others recorded video of the episode on their mobile phones.
One lady remained on her granddad's grave to shield the driver from running over his grave.
Astonished observers said it showed up the lady appeared to be in a race to leave the burial ground after the flyover.