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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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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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Tough times always come with a backup
Several people are working two hours to get ends to balance. That is the condition confronting waiters at South Philadelphia's The Victor Café. The Italian restaurant, a cornerstone of the Philly culinary scene, was forced to close March 16, after restaurants were told to terminate the dine-in operation by the council. Dine-in service is at the center of its company, along with the operatic performances this occurs throughout the dinner.
All the restaurant waiters are classically trained opera singers, and they perform live every 15-20 minutes during restaurant hours. "I wake up thinking it will be the same." It's like being stuck in a glass cage, and being unable to do anything about it. "Stewart, 24, has been employed for about three years at the restaurant. Most employees are paycheck residents." I guarantee that they can compensate for their living expenses.
For the centuries-old business, the difficulty isn't new. "The Depression is Wonderful. Customers weren't involved in the red and white-checkered tabletops," says Pamela DiStefano, whose family has operated the restaurant since its conception. There's no job, "Stewart said. Muse is still afraid that the restaurant sector won't come around as long as restaurants are reopening. I believe that no one would feel comfortable enough to venture out to food and pay for a meal." If you've got to pick between paying rent or going to a cafe, you'll prefer rent.
Significant increase in property and violent crime rates in Philadelphia in 2020
Even amidst the Coronavirus outbreak, Philadelphia has recorded a double-digit increase in the illegal activities in the first three months of 2020 compared to the same time period last year. These statistics were shared by the Philadelphia Police Department this Monday.
The statistics suggest that property and violent crime rates had risen by 16% and 11% respectively. Retail theft at 59% recorded the highest increase in crime rate followed by aggravated assault at 20% among the crimes recorded
City Managing Director Brian Abernathy shared the department’s plan on bringing down the crime rates amidst the coronavirus outbreak. Police officers will now be deployed in more areas along the commercial corridors.The entire world is fighting against coronavirus and the police department has promised to provide security to the residents in such a crucial hour at all costs.
There was however some good news as well as the statistics pointed out that there has been a decline in two out of 14 crime types reported in the data collected till March 22, 2020 compared with the last year. Rape and Residential burglary rates were down by 6% and 7% respectively compared to the last year.
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LA County lawman Villanueva once more orders for closing of gun stores
Los Angeles County law officer Alex Villanueva is once more ordering gun stores to shut to the general public amid the coronavirus eruption. This is the second time during a week Villanueva tried to shut gun stores - a minimum in terms of mercantilism to the general public. In the beginning, he declared a closure earlier within the week, and so, in brief, backed off that setup.
"We are planning to finish off gun sales and ammunition sales outside of enforcement and personal security organizations," Villanueva mentioned.
Villanueva's order applies solely to the gun retailers within the unorganized areas of the county wherever the sheriff's department provides enforcement. He also says that he is making an attempt to discourage panic gun-buying; his intent is not to prevent the sales of guns, however rather deal with the massive crowds recently seen gathering at gun stores. The law officer conjointly addressed a reportable effort by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors to get rid of him as head of the emergency operations center throughout the pandemic. He says it is a move that could not return at a worse time.
The New York Police department witnesses the death of one of its members due to covid-19
What started as an epidemic in China has now truly become Global pandemic. There have been confirmed cases of coronavirus in almost 196 countries all over the world.
Outside China , Italy has seen the highest number of cases . New York City as well have felt the effect of this virus, and it has witnessed about 23000 cases, There has been Death occurred due to this virus.
All between this the New York police department has announced with grief that one of its members has died after getting in contact with coronavirus.
The New York police department has tweeted about it and stated as “we are sad to announce the passing of our own NYPD family member , custodial assistant Dennis Dickson. Mr Dixon faithfully served this department for 14 yrs & is the 1st member to succumb to the COVID-19 virus. Our thoughts go out to his loved ones during this time,".
Also, News 4 got information late Thursday that Deputy Commissioner John Miller tested positive for COVID-19. Multiple law enforcement officials said Miller is in Lenox Hill Hospital for treatment.
Nearly 9% of the NYPD's uniformed officers called out sick Wednesday, and while only a fraction of those actually have the coronavirus, the department expects the number of sick calls to keep rising.
To make it all worse, Wednesday's sick call of more than 3,200 officers was up more than a full percentage point from Tuesday and more than two percentage points from Monday.
Some 197 officers now have COVID-19, in addition to 39 civilian employees. We could only hope that this no. Doesn’t get an increase in time.
At this point of time, social distancing and proper medication with isolation could help relieve this worse situation.