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People drove to Philadelphia when the businesses were shutdown
Several people moved to the Philadelphia city hall on Friday to protest against the government when businesses were closed due to pandemic COVID-19.
People marched with American flags and banner sign written were ‘’reopen PA now’’.
The organizer encouraged them to remain inside the car, and some people do this. They marched towards the city hall with flags.
The march was organized by a group called reopen Philadelphia. They want orders for reopening of businesses, house of worship and other important places.
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The rules are not followed by people of Philadelphia
The rules on the road are not been followed by the people that are going out in car, trucks and motorcycle in Philadelphia on Thursday.
Mayor Jim Kenney said people were out with their cars they were driving in speed and making illegal movement or running red light and stop signs.
This was very unsafe. He said three deaths in the last week happened because of reckless driving on the near-empty streets.
The studies show many people do not follow the rules on the road and this cause the accidents. Driving on congestion-free roads in Philadelphia shows dangerous side effects of the pandemic COVID-19.
Wildwood will reopen Boardwalk, beaches and parks on Friday, announced Mayor
Wildwoods officials are planning to reopen the Boardwalk, beaches, and parks on Friday as New Jersey is slowly lifting restrictions statewide to boost the economy after closures caused by Coronavirus pandemic.
North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello announced Tuesday the Boardwalk would open from Friday, May 8, and people can again enjoy running, biking, and walking. Beaches and parks will also reopen on Friday in Wildwood.
Mayor also wrote that he still needs people to follow Murphy's social distancing guidelines to be safe for the Boardwalk, beaches, and parks.
"Walking, running, operating a wheelchair, or engaging in outdoor activities with immediate family members, caretakers, household members, or romantic partners while following best social distancing practices with other individuals, including staying six feet apart," he wrote.
"When in public, individuals must practice social distancing and stay six feet apart whenever practicable, excluding immediate family members, caretakers, household members, or romantic partners."
Short-term or transient rental will resume on May 26 in Wildwood and North Wildwood.
"North Wildwood and Wildwood have been proactive in our efforts to assist our retail and restaurant businesses as they navigate these unchartered waters," he wrote.
The retail and restaurant will remain closed until any orders from Governor Murphy.
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PHILADELPHIA CITY IS OPENING ITS BUILDING CONSTRUCTION WORK AMID OF CORONA ORDINANCE
Amidst the corona virus disease outbreak, Philly is showing fresh indicators of optimism. Building sites around the region will soon be busy again following weeks of closure owing to the corona virus spread.
"I am happy to tell the specifics today on how the city would
encourage constructing to restart in Philly on Fri," said Mayor Jim Kenney.
Building sites with appropriate approvals may reopen under existing, more rigorous protection standards, with some limitations. No development of an inhabited building would be permitted, an outbreak safety officer will be allocated to each project and the number of employees authorized on sites must
POLICE SEARCHING FOR A GROUP THAT HAS ATTACKED A GROCERY STORE WORKER
Enforcement in Philly are searching for a gang they claim has attacked a worker at a store in East German town.
Crime stoppers stated 6 people were beating the worker at Fresh Grocer's parking lot at 5301 Chew Ave., about nine in the night on Wed.
The people came in 2 groups & stood in waiting to bring the man out of the store. That's where the men hit & kicked the thirty y/o worker many times, police claim.
The group escaped and then the worker was taken to the nearby medical facility.
In a Ford F150 or F250 blue truck & a green Toyota RAV4, Cops claim the perpetrators were driving.
The offenders ages were in the twenties are said to be young black men.
If anyone has the leads or tips regarding this incident then contact the central police.
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Man shot in Tempe
A man was shot in Tempe. A man named Samaritan is recovering now in Tempe informed by police on Friday evening. The incident took place near Scottsdale road just north of Rio Salado parkway around 5:30 p.m. As indicated by police, 22-year-old Joseph Delegge halted to help the survivor of an attempt at manslaughter in the wake of seeing an accident.
The speculate's vehicle was handicapped after the accident and each of the five inhabitants supposedly fled by walking. Delegge and the accident casualty discovered three of the five tenants in a close by parking area. Delegge pulled out a firearm and advised the three individuals to sit and hold up until police showed up. Minutes after the fact, a 17-year-old male engaged with the accident showed up and shot Delegge in the face. Police say Delegge's handgun was in his belt when he was shot and murdered. The gathering of adolescents fled the region however were later situated by police. The shooting suspect purportedly tossed a knapsack containing the weapon into Tempe Town Lake yet it was later found. As per DeLegge's father, Joey DeLegge abhorred unfairness, and had a fondness to help individuals. The police have not identified any victim at that time.
Scientists in Arizona told to stop working on coronavirus model
In this week Politics and the pandemic clashed in Arizona as the governor’s mislead chart a presidential visit and state scientists said to stop work on coronavirus model.
The state's coronavirus model to be stoped and stop using state data sets announced by Arizona department of health services.gov.doug Ducey announced this to reopen the government partially, but the scientist said opening in early may will increase the virus spread.
The modelling group has made more than 20 Arizona university researchers, experts, public health workers and economics.
They provoked as the hard work of them will vanish in just a second when the state will reopen the number of cases will increase, and this will create chaos.
But the state officers said that if the cases do not go up, the policies will remain same but if it will go up then they change it.