A police trooper was being shot at a tra Philadelphia
A police trooper was being shot at a trailer park in Salem County
A New Jersey State Police personnel who had been shot in a trailer park in Salem County was seen recovering on Sunday. The police trooper was investigating a home invasion on Saturday at Harding Woods Mobile Home Park where he was being shot around 10:40 p.m. Further investigation of the incident said that vehicles gathered around the personnel, and once the trooper disclosed his identity, someone from the crowd opened fire. For self-defense, the trooper had to fire his own weapon, but by that time he had been already shot. A woman who is living in that area said on the condition of anonymity that the bullets had also struck her home however she as well as her husband did not receive any type of injury.
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Republicans blame economic breakdown on Democratic Governors
As the economy and health both are going through a massive crisis, Republicans across the states are trying to lay the blame for the economic breakdown on Democratic governors, ramping up a strategy for the presidential elections. Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania — are all laid by Democratic governors. The Republican lawmakers of the state are blaming the actions of stay-at-home orders or business shutdowns as the work of overzealous, nanny-state Democrats. In Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, the GOP legislature is trying to strip the democratic governors of power so that they can impose restrictions on businesses.
The stay-at-home order was passed by both the Republican and Democratic governors, amide the advice from the state and federal health officials and guidance from President Trump. But the clash is occurring as many Republican governors are easing the orders and reopening the businesses to boost the economy, led by Trump. Republicans are trying to position themselves as defenders of the economy, even if they have to risk the health of the public. The hard-line messages are marked as the arrival of a contentious phase as the political fight over who to blame for the economic fall, and this could even be a political disaster for Republicans if the job does not return by November and Trump will be blamed for unemployment.
Town may be open soon from coronavirus but not Philadelphia
Town may soon start their life in the usual way during this coronavirus, but Philadelphia will not do so. On Thursday, governor tom wolf has asked to reopen after COVID-19 pandemic. The plan may start on May 9. This will not open at once, but through following some steps as they will first open the rural areas were the cases, concentration is less. Philly that is the largest commonwealth state, has not yet reached at peach health officer said. The southeast part may open soon wolf comment. They have put forward three-color plan coded green, yellow, and red this color code is not yet discussed to with area it should be given may clear on May 8. Construction may open on May 1.
School going to make education digital
As in this COVID-19, where everything is shut down, this has created a big problem for students and teachers. Philadelphia’s public school has given the challenges to the teachers.
On Thursday morning digital news conference school district of Philadelphia Superintendent William Hite said that there so much difficulty in getting a good connection in the big poor cities of America.
Hite said he is worried about the children first during this pandemic. He needs to sure that they should be taken care of and have proper medication. He also said that he is worried that these children do not go back again due to a lack of education.
He also acknowledges that the school of Philadelphia has been distributing 75000 Chromebook and hope to spread more. This technological equipment will help them to be in touch with the school, and from this, they will be able to attain the classes lessons daily.
They are trying their best to give education to the children. Wi-Fi hotspots have been set up for those who have no internet connections; they are also trying to distribute the meal to the students. They will also add up the mask along with the school uniform.
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PHILADELPHIA CITIZENS ARE OUT ENJOYING THE WEATHER AND CITY OFFICIALS ARE NOT HAPPY ABOUT IT
City authorities aren't pleased about the video of people violating the requirements for social distance. Remain-at-home order on Sat did not seem to apply, as people flocked outdoors to enjoy the sun.
Clip reveals citizens loading up Rittenhouse Square, some with masks but not many. This also shows that others were not at least 6 steps away.
Already more than twelve thousand individuals in Philly have screened positive for the corona virus. There were 452 new cases registered on sat.
Under the reopening guidance issued by Gov. Tom Wolf, Philadelphia will have to record Fifty incidents for Fourteen consecutive days per 100,000 population. That rate is currently 398 per 100,000, based on the last 2 weeks of results.
AIR FORCE AND NAVY STAND UNITED TO GIVE TRIBUTE TO FRONT LINER WORKER BATTLING THE COVID-19
The Thunder birds & the United States The Blue Angels, Naval Flight Display Group, gave gratitude to those on COVID-19's front line with a group ride over Philly.
The salute from the AF and Navy, while acting in unity with all American citizens through this emergency, is in memory of medical staff, the 1st res ponders, veterans, and other important services.
"We are very happy to introduce our Navy colleagues to the sky for a national gratitude to the males and females who hold our neighborhoods healthy," the US.AF Lt. Col. John Caldwel, Thunder bird One & flyover head of the project. "We aim to offer American people a moving show of United states determination that recognizes all who work on the forefront of our COVID-19 war."
NEW FOOD SITE IS OPEN IN PHILLY
In north east Philly, a new meal location funded by the town is scheduled to launch on Mon.
Citizens at Vogt Community Center on Unruh Avenue & Cottage Avenue will get a free package of meals.
The new location is one of Forty sites for meal delivery in the region.
The servers are available from ten am on Mon and Thurs. Around afternoon.
Pupil food sites are currently still available on Thurs at the school district of Philadelphia campuses.
On Mon the Philadelphia Public Health Department reported 301 new COVID-19 incidents in Philly. Which raises the town's total of reported reports to 12,867.
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Homicide suspect shoots police officers
Two policemen who set out on getting a tip about a suspect of domestic violence homicide were shot, while one of them died, the other is fighting for his life in hospital. The suspect in an earlier homicide, Ronnie Kato, was at a house in the 3100 blocks of Conrad Drive, which is off North Foster Drive near Winbourne Avenue as the police tried to approach him he began firing, he was also responsible for another shooting that took place on Sunday on North Pamela drive, officer Curtis Richardson, a 58-year-old, was pronounced dead from shootings. The suspect had fired at SWAT officers during the standoff, and the officer's too fired in return and no one was injured from the gunfire and Kato was later arrested around 4 p.m., he is expected to be booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on first-degree murder and other counts after an interview at the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office and the is likely to be investigated by the BRPD detectives. The other officer, a victim of the shooting, a seven-year-old the veteran is still in the hospital, and people are praying for his safe recovery.
Residents and tourists arrive in Hawaii
The Hawaii Tourism Authority stated that 542 tourists arrived in Hawai as of yesterday of which One hundred thirty-five of them are a visitor, and 200 of them are residents. However, this number is lesser in comparison to last year's reported 30,000 passengers' arrival at around the same time of the year. It has been a little over a month since the state's mandatory 14-day self-quarantine order went into effect for everyone arriving from out-of-state. The same was expanded to inter-island travelers as well. The HTA reported 421 arrivals as of Wednesday, April 22nd and 438 passengers made their way over as of Thursday, and the following day there were 467 of them.
A staff member of the Nebraska Department of Corrections tested positive for Corona
One of the staff members of the Nebraska Department of Corrections tested positive for COVID-19 and the patient happens to be the second one from the department to test positive. Corrections Director Scott Frakes stated that the said staff member who works at the Diagnostic and Evaluation center has been under home isolation since the past five days and the department is taking all measures to monitor staff by regularly checking their temperatures who closely worked in close association with that of the positively tested member. Also, it has been assured that no inmates have contracted the disease and the Health Investigators too believe that the the staff member did not have any contact with other workers or inmates.
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GGD Groningen is optimistisch: opnieuw geen nieuwe besmettingen (maar waakzaamheid blijft nodig) - Dagblad van het Noorden
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Beelden vertoond van verdachte dodelijke schietpartij bij The Bank - AT5
Het programma Opsporing Verzocht heeft vanavond beelden vertoond van de dodelijke schietpartij
Het programma Opsporing Verzocht heeft vanavond beelden vertoond van de dodelijke schietpartij die zaterdagochtend op 18 mei vorig jaar plaatsvond bij parkeergarage The Bank. De 24-jarige Orpheo Gefferie uit Almere kwam hierbij om het leven. De vermoedelijke dader is de 20-jarige Amsterdammer Erxinio Luntungan. Naar hem wordt nog gezocht. De gouden tip die leidt naar zijn aanhouding wordt beloond met 10.000 euro.De melding van de schietpartij gebeurde iets voor 04.30 uur bij de parkeergarage aan de Amstelstraat. Even daarvoor bracht Orpheo zijn avond door met vrienden bij een van de clubs in het centrum. Rond 04.00 uur houden ze het voor gezien en lopen ze naar parkeergarage The Bank waar hun auto staat. Parkeerautomaat Rond 4.10 uur staat Orpheo met zijn vrienden bij het parkeerautomaat. Iedereen is ontspannen. Orpheo loopt een paar keer heen en weer van zijn auto naar de parkeerautomaat. Vervolgens komt ook Erxinio, de schutter, in gezelschap de parkeergarage in. Dit groepje komt ook terug van het uitgaan. Deze groep loopt naar dezelfde parkeerautomaat waar het inmiddels vrij druk is met ander uitgaanspubliek dat op het punt staat om naar huis te gaan. Opstootje In de drukte ontstaat opeens een opstootje. Orpheo en Erxinio bewegen zich in de mensenmassa, maar het is niet duidelijk waar dit om gaat. De ruziënde massa verplaatst zich een paar keer. Daarna vliegt Erxinio Orpheo aan en schiet hij hem van dichtbij neer. Erxinio weet te ontkomen. Orpheo leeft nog als in de garage begonnen wordt met hulpverlening, maar zijn verwondingen zijn te ernstig. De 24-jarige man uit Almere overlijdt zaterdagochtend rond 08.00 uur in een Amsterdams ziekenhuis. Nationale Opsporingslijst Erxinio staat vanaf vandaag op de Nationale Opsporingslijst. De 20-jarige Amsterdammer is nu al bijna een jaar op de vlucht. De politie houdt er rekening mee dat hij hulp krijgt van zijn omgeving. Mensen die meer weten over Erxinio of zijn verblijfplaats, worden opgeroepen contact op te nemen met de politie.