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20 Philadelphia community sites providing free food to coronavirus impacted residents
On Monday, the 20 newly opened community sites in Philadelphia are providing free food to residents who are affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The residents have to pick up a box of food between Monday to Thursday from 10 AM to noon, from the 20 sites in the city. These sites are a partnership between Philabundance and the Share Food Program. Also, on Sunday, an announcement came from the school district about distributing hard copies of Learning guides for K-12 students again. Some of the sites are John H. Webster School, Mary McLeod Bethune School, Mizpah SDA, Association of Former Gang Members, etc. At the time of such a pandemic, the organization doing such welfare is truly appreciating, people receiving the food are very happy about this. As of now, there is no shortage of food boxes. Each box contains basic food and sanitizing materials, which is enough for running a household. The supplies will last up to five days. As per instructions, one box per household is to be distributed. The residents do not need to present an ID or proof of income for eligibility. The food sites are supported by the City, Share Food Program, and Philabundance.
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Pennsylvania Governor is forwarding orders for residents to stay at home
Amid an increase in the number of positive cases and dozen more deaths, the Governor of Pennsylvania has ordered its one-third of all the countries, citizens, to stay at home. Latest, the number of deaths till now has reached a mark of 34. On Saturday, the Governor's office announced that Beaver, Center and Washington Counties have also been added to the total. Now, adding the new countries, the count is a total of 22 out of Pennsylvania's 67 states. This order not covered three-fourth of the entire state's population of 12.8 million. Although, the order is not plying on certain health or safety-related travels. Latest, the state health announced more than 500 new cases, marking the entire state's total to 2800. Many patients reported that coronavirus caused mild fever and cough, which is set to be cured in two weeks. Some other, especially old aged or with existing health issues reported that the virus caused severe illness or death. Steward Health Care, the owner of Easton Hospital, had sought $40 million from the state, citing "dire" financial problems. The company would return any state funds that exceed the hospital's operating expenses at the end of four weeks, he said. The Governor's office hasn't confirmed the deal. Steward said the cancellation of elective surgeries and the associated revenue had pushed Easton Hospital's finances to the brink. The company said Friday night that the Governor's office had "agreed to provide emergency funding to Easton Hospital for at least the next four weeks."
Philadelphia House Fire Killed Woman and 2 Children
On Friday evening, a fire broke out in the residential area of Southwest Philadelphia. The firefighters came to the location at around 6:30 PM. As per the information provided by the fire officials, there were three people in the house when the incident took place, a woman and two young children aged one year and four years. The women are aged 40 years old. The Firefighters rescued all of them from the house. Unfortunately, all three people died soon after saving them. There were several burns on their bodies. The expected reason for the death of those victims could be due to injuries, breathing in carbon dioxide. As of now, the situation is stable. All the neighbouring houses have been vacated as a precaution. It took about 4 hours for the whole operation to end. The fire was successfully extinguished off from home. The fire broke out in the 2000 block of Bonnaffon Street, off Upland Street. The cause of the fire is still unknown. The primary suspected reason for the fire is a short circuit. Apart from the three people, there was no one in the house. The neighbours are safe and sound. Officials said that there is a huge property loss.
he Threat of Corona Silenced one of the Nation’s Busiest Airports: The Philadelphia Safety Concern
The pandemic, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been a disaster for the airline sector at a global stage. The stress was rightly observed at one of the busiest airports of the nation at Philadelphia. There was a wave of silence in comparison to the normal crowd observed there. Only the ones who have pre-determined motives to fly were taking the chance with precautions. The schools have closed down and have been shifted online and thereby, all concerned about what could happen next were taking flights back home. Some were to stay with their granddaughter or their families while some had the attraction of the reduced flight prices. Everyone at the airport was cleansed with Lysol before traveling but the biggest risk was of the TSA Employees who didn’t have the masks to protect themselves. While everyone boarding the flight (including passengers) were the ones wearing masks, the shipment for the TSA officers was delayed. They were vulnerable to the contact of the passengers and even suggested shutting down the flights. But the spokesperson informed because of overlapping regulatory jurisdictions, there is no simple answer whether the flights would be shut or will continue to haunt the safety of the employees.
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EIGHTY FIVE MILLION DOLLAR EMERGENCY BUDGET ANNOUNCED TO FIGHT CORONA VIRUS
The Philadelphia City Council conducted a Thursday evening briefing on an eighty-five million dollar emergency funding allocation for better tackle the corona virus crisis. The trial started at nine in the morning. And a full Housing association meeting was held ten in the morning.
Officials of the City Council approved an eighty-five million dollars Emergency fund to tackle the COVID-19 disaster in Philadelphia.
City Hall is currently inaccessible to all locals.
In an effort to straighten the slope, city health authorities are calling for a fourteen days self-isolation for anybody who has been to the New York Metropolitan region over the last two weeks.
The proposal comes after Wednesday's first death of the viral from the county was confirmed. The man was in the fifties with an ongoing health problem.
The Mayor prolonged the closing of unessential markets until the sixth of April. Philadelphia and the neighboring counties stay under a residency restriction.
Philadelphia has boasted reports of COVID- 19, that is four hundred and seventy-five people.
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Rainbow Welcomes Newborn Baby
In the time of stagflation and pandemic around the globe. A marvel happened where a winsome rainbow with a grace of God welcomed a newborn. In a situation like this it’s already strenuous to think of delivering a baby. The situation reformed itself in the case of jenn and Brad Schleyer, a couple from Hatfield in the Einstein Montgomery in East Norriton. Jenn had her water bursting in the time of pandemic. It became the last choice of the couple to visit a hospital as it will be equal to kissing the death. The family took the chance, with the help of hospital doctors and staff the bottle turned on their side. The couple wasn’t allowed to have any visitors in the NBC10 hospital. Jenn gave birth to a healthy handsome champ whom they named boy Jackson Tate Schleyer. On the same day Brad spotted a mind attracting rainbow from the window and made everybody adore it. Jenn receives a greeting from her mother and listens to her elder boy Brody talking about the glimpse of the beautiful rainbow. Jenn cherished the day by saying “ Everything went so beautifully “.
To Clean Ambulances Amid Coronavirus Fight, First Responders Use Spray Guns
In a brilliant piece of resourcefulness, in these trying times, the Montgomery County First Responders are using spray guns to keep themselves safe and clean ambulances. Justin McNabb, a Narberth Ambulance Infection Control Officer, said, "The idea was suggested by one of their employees to go to Home Depot or Lowes and get paint sprayers."
There are as of Tuesday 159 Covid-19 cases. This method of using spray guns will spare the workers from answering too many medical questions as they have to tend to many patients. “We cannot rush through this. We have to make sure that we’re protected in the right way," said McNabb. McNabb has asked people not to panic and follow recommendations from the CDC, from your primary care physicians. "We’re all in this together," he said. If you have symptoms of coronavirus, then call your doctor and only in emergency cases should you contact 911.
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INDIANAPOLIS ASKING CITIZENS TO HELP THEM FIND THE MISSING LADY
The Indianapolis Regional police Department (IRPD) is asking the community to help trace a lady disappearing from Indianapolis.
Melisa Meyers, 55, was last seen in East Forty-second Street's 960 blocks on Twenty-eight March and has not been seen or heard from there ever since.
Police confirmed Myers was born with autism, asthma and high blood pressure. Those factors may cause her to become distressed or disoriented over time.
Meyers with dark brown hair and black eyes is defined as five feet and 80 kg. She was last seen wearing a flower print top, and light trousers, according to IRPD.
Call the IRPD Missing Persons Unit at 317.327.6160 or IRPD Response at 317-327-3811 if you have details on her.
A COUPLE IN CHARLOTTE TURNED THEIR NEIGHBORS MONOTONOUS DAY INTO BRIGHTEN ONE
A couple was trying to freshen up the dull day of their neighbours in Charlotte City. They're used to performing for audiences but not at the house, which is where they've played outside this Sunday so that residents can listen in the neighbourhood at a healthy network.
Sandy and Alane Klipie put on a performance to offer some fun to their neighbours in Charlotte Town on Weekend, while still adopting mutual distancing rules.
"We only had this art and we felt it would be a perfect way to make use of it," said Sandy.
The Klipies set up their musical instruments and put on a performance "It's fun," Alane told, despite all of their neighbours trapped indoors due to corona. "It is enjoyable watching the neighbours to out of their houses and wondering what's happening ."
Nextdoor neighbour Yettez Ortize was very pleased about the show.
"They don't understand they not only have an effect on the residents here but even on all those individuals on Social media and my buddies who post everything," Ortize said.
The Klipies performed every genre of the songs, including the Eagles 'albums.
The Klipies stated their live show is now going far and large. Their events are posted on social media, and the songs they make from afar is heard by people from South-west florida to homestead and abroad to Spain.
My five-year-old boy was stolen with false, manipulated and misrepresented reports," says this mother
Laura Allongo's journey: She's been trying to get her son back, which she hasn't seen for six years
The child arrived in Spain in an irregular manner because there was no other way for him to enter the country, because he was very sick. Laura took care of the child and kept him for three years when everything was going well, but then Social Services kept him for a time after giving him up for adoption to a family.
Laura Allongo, from Llanera, Asturias, is a mother who shows elcierredigital.com her concern and desperation after the child she took care of was passed on to Social Affairs and later given to another family. Her case begins with a Nigerian boy who arrives in Spain due to his illness. Laura was able to take care of him because he was her partner's nephew. But, this hell for them begins when "we turn to social workers for help and to pay for the day care," explains Laura
"We had it for three perfect years," explains Laura, who tells of her bad experience from the beginning: "the lawyer tells me that they're not going to take my son away from us," so they start with "a normal process and a paper trail. Up to three times Social Affairs came to visit us with a psychologist," says Laura. "When he was three years old the file had to be changed or that's what they wanted. I refused to hand it in and one day it was stolen from my school," says this mother.
Laura sees the true face of the Administration and begins to see a calvary "where she suffers from a lack of judicial protection and the only person in the whole process who defended the interests of the child, who was the prosecutor who was handling the case, was removed from the prosecution. The violation of rights, both hers and the child's, who suffers the terrible injustice of this administration monster," says Laura.
"It's six years of immense pain because I see that the best interests of the child do not exist. The only thing that exists for the Asturian administration is the best interest of money, causing irreparable damage to my son, breaking all his attachments, making him insecure for life," explains this mother.
A desert to get her son back
Families in this situation live in a complete drama, so they sometimes resort to drastic measures to recover their children in any way. "Four mothers went on a hunger strike in front of the State Attorney General's office. I lost in all instances. During these six years I did not have effective judicial protection and I was involved in a file with false, manipulated, distorted and occult reports, denounced in the General State Prosecutor's Office and in the Superior Prosecutor's Office of Asturias with evidence. My son was never helpless. The Administration itself recognized that the good care I gave to the child made him a candidate for adoption, explains Laura.
"The professionals of the Administration are not registered. They don't sign with a registered number. They sign with the registration number. I reported it to the Public Prosecutor's Office, but they gave me an answer that made me forget it," says the mother.
"From the time they took my son away from me, we had visitors until the trial took place. They were pitiful, only serving to break the bond with the family. That's torture. The visits were not recorded and were monitored. A blank piece of paper had to be signed to indicate that we had attended, so I took a notary to one of them to show him how it was done," this woman told this newspaper.
"I can't talk to him. They opened a preadoccupation file on him and took it away from me when he was only five years old. People want babies, and if I don't fight for him, he'll be in a juvenile facility right now," Laura says.
A lot of money for children in care
"All we ask, mothers who are in a situation like me, is that a judge with a fair trial act. The children are harmed for economic interests by breaking their childhood, since they grow up without attachment in centres when they should be with their families," says Laura, who even goes so far as to say that "for each child, Social Affairs receives 68,000 euros a year from the European Union through the ERDF funds, more than 4,000 to 9,000 euros a month.
"I am going to dedicate my life to defending all the violations my son suffers, I want him to know the truth. I have a lot of respect for the family that has him, but my son's right takes precedence over everything else," admits Laura, who will continue to fight to get her son back to the happy times when she lived with him before this painful journey.
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Coronavirus interferes with Adelaide Hills renovation
December of previous year has become a fatal month for lots of residents of Adelaide Hills. When the bush fires broke through them, people were left with no dwelling. Volunteers agreed to help them renovate the place and their houses, but it is impossible to do now because of quarantine and pandemic in the state.
One volunteer says that still the victims of bushfires are living in temporary houses. Before the pandemic the volunteers had created a camp in Adelaide Hills getting ready for the work. But it has been removed because of the quarantine. They do not know what to do and the process is hanging in the air.