Unemployed waiting for their unpaid wag Phoenix
Unemployed waiting for their unpaid wages
Many of the people who have to stop there work after the shutdown in this pandemic are now facing the problem of unpaid wages by their owners. Stacey Waggaman and her boyfriend Deon Provitt use to work in restaurants and they are not been paid yet. Both received approval in the mail in last week of march neither have been paid. Arizona department of economic security shown the status of active issues. Stacey said her owner gave around$200 per week. Garrette archer analysed unemployment data released by DES and it shows from March 15 through April 25 about 201859 Arizonans has filled unemployment and they not been paid too.
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Many businesses reopen early will be fined
Many businesses reopen early will be fined and will lose the license of their business, governor Doug Ducey said. One of the Facebook group named great 48 is encouraging all business to reopen on Friday although the governor has extended it until 15 May. Many of the business like salons, gyms and in-person dining area to be closed ordered by Ducey.
Violation $2500 is fined and up to six months’ jail. Many of the business owners said they have reopened their business so that they can feed themselves and their employees they will follow the social distancing and sanitation protocol. Great 48 planned to have rallied at the capitol on Sunday. Doctors also say large people gathering is really dangerous as this may lead to the spread of the virus in large number. Phoenix mayor Kate Gallego also said that they should follow the rules as they are meant for their own safety. It is clear that if any business who will not follow the order will be fined or kept behind the bars.
64 years old inmate with diabetes died in Arizona prison due to coronavirus
The first has been recorded in Arizona prison of 64 years old inmate who was also having diabetes by a coronavirus. Prime county medical examiner Gregory Hess told joseph Assyd died due to coronavirus and he was suffering from shorting of breath and has respiratory infection too. Assyd was serving a life sentence for convictions in 1995 for murder and kidnapping. 44 of nearly 42000 Arizona prisons are already tested positive of COVID-19.
A man shot in Glendale on Sunday afternoon in serious condition
A shooting occurred near 67th and Northern avenues on Sunday afternoon in Glendale, and Police are investigating the case. According to Police, a 32-year-old man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. The suspect ran away and is not expected to be anywhere near the area of the scene, said, Officials. The investigation is going on and stay tuned with us for more information on this and many more cases.
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Governor going to announce his decision on future closures or changes on upcoming Wednesday
Governor Ducey is expected to announce his decision on future closures or changes on Wednesday conference. Both some of the businesses said they do not care about the governor announcement they will re-open the business from Friday morning. They said they are self-employed and they have to earn money to feed their children and keep running their lives. Many of the small business are not been yet allowed to re-open. Many of them are not successful yet in their business and they need to open them again. They were working hard in their business to set up and they have to re-open them again so that they don’t lose the work. The governor office said that Arizonans have acted responsibly throughout this had the time and we all have to slow down the spread of this COVID-19 and the governor will soon update about it.
Nurse puts her life on risk to safe others
Nurses are doing great without even bothering about their lives. Marcie Gest is a wife and the mother of three children. She followed her faith and gone to work to help the front lines in New Jersey. She is doing the job in hospital of New jersey a state where more than 60000 COVID-19 related deaths happened. She is going to be there for eight weeks. Gest described the situation in the hospital which was horrible to listen and even to see. Every day, new patients are hospitalized in ICU. The nurse and doctor are working day and night and also celebrating the victory even if it big or small when it comes to fighting against COVID-19.
Long term care facilities infiltrate by coronavirus
Arizonans have stuck with the challenge. A big reason for the spread of COVID-19 at a fast rate as the virus infiltrates long term care facilities. Bill o’ Brien and Beverly Schwartz were close friends and neighbors inside Westchester senior living’s Trivoli memory care unit in Tempe. Both were hospitalized in mid-April after their reports came positive of COVID-19 in this lockdown. Bill’s daughter said he is still on the ventilator and every minute is very hard for them. She also told the virus might spread in all of the facilities. There were several employees whose results came positive.
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Catholic church delays resuming public mass amid Coronavirus spread risk
On Tuesday, Leaders of the Catholic Church in Iowa said that they would not resume the public Mass in the churches despite the decision by Gov. Kim Reynolds, which had allowed religious services. The bishops of Iowa’s four dioceses — Sioux City, Des Moines, Davenport, and Dubuque — had issued a letter for the same. “The spread of the COVID-19 disease remains a real and present danger,” they wrote. The letter also read that many parishioners and priests are also vulnerable to the virus, either due to age or other factors. The spread of the virus has not peaked yet in Iowa, and there the testing services are also weak, which do not permit a resumption of the public Mass. They said they would monitor the situation “through the weeks of May and beyond.” Whereas in Nebraska, the Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha has allowed Masses and other forms of liturgy from Monday, May 4. However, the archbishop is leaving the decision up to pastors and their parish councils if they are in areas that are at high risk.
Garage fire destroyed one car and two people were displaced in Raleigh
On Wednesday, a car got destroyed in a garage fire in Raleigh home at night. Two people have to displace from the house, said fire officials. The firefighter got a call from 1100 block of Tree Top Court at around 7 pm. The fire initiated in the garage and destroyed a car inside. According to officials, the house also suffered some smoke damage. At least two people were displaced from the scene, but no injuries were reported. It took 10 minutes for firefighters to extinguish the fire, said, officials.
UCHealth a part of the clinical trial for Remdesivir on dosage and time it should be given
Colorado hospitals are testing the effectiveness of the experimental drug Remesivir which may fight against COVID-19. According to Denver's health, they were involved in the National Institute of Health clinical trial to check the effectiveness of the drug. At the same time, UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital was doing a trail to check the dosage, and time Remdesivir should be given to a patient.
Juan Rivera was in ICU at UCHealth for treatment of COVID-19. She was later asked to participate in the trail of Remdesivir. This trail was meant to determine how long the drug should be given to a patient. Rivera was amongst the 31 patients to be part of the trail. He now believes that the drug had helped him recover. The UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital is one of the 150 hospitals participating around the world to determine whether Remdesivir should be given for five days or ten. Dr. Campbell is a professor at the CU School of Medicine and is helping UCHealth for the study. Dr. Campbell says that this trail will reduce the consumption of drugs as only half the amount of drugs would be used in five days. There is no FDA approved treatment for COVID-19. Remdesivir is also an antiviral drug that works just like other antiviral drugs.
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Monika Bagárová konečne priznala „farbu”: „Mala som trému z celého tímu!” - SlovakWoman.sk
Keď produkcia televízie Markíza oznámila verejnosti, koho môžu v najnovšej sérii Superstar očakávať v porotcovských kreslách, mnohí ľudia zostali zarazení. Okrem Paľa Haberu, ktorý je v súťaži od
Ke produkcia televízie Markíza oznámila verejnosti, koho môu v najnovej sérii Superstar oakáva v porotcovských kreslách, mnohí udia zostali zarazení. Okrem Paa Haberu, ktorý je v súai od samého zaiatku, toti ostatné tváre vyvolávali mnostvo otázok. Najviac zo vetkých prekvapila práve enská as poroty zloená zo speváky Moniky Bagárovej a hereky Patrície Pagáovej. eky najnovie priznali, e ani im spoiatku nebolo vetko jedno. V rolách porotký sa speváka, ktorá zaínala v Superstar, a hereka známa zo seriálu Ulice (eský formát s viac ako 3860 dielmi vysielaný od roku 2005) ocitli vôbec prvýkrát v ivote, je to teda pre ne celkom nová skúsenos. Svorne vak tvrdia, e si miesto hodnotiacich uívajú, hoci zaiatky neboli vôbec jednoduché. Prvý de som mala trému zo vetkého z kolegov, z udí, ktorí prídu, aby som vedela, o mám poveda, aby som sa neopakovala, z reiséra… Z celého tímu vlastne,” priznala v rozhovore Monika Bagárová, priom ale dodala, e v súasnosti sa u so svojou pozíciou zila a cíti sa skvele. Ako porotkyu speváku mnohí spochybovali práve pre nedostatok skúseností v hudobnom priemysle vydala dosia dva albumy Shining (2011) a Flashback (2017). Tí, ktorí ju na porotcovskom mieste vidia radi, zas tvrdia, e je skvelé, e zaínala rovnako ako aktuálne nádejné talenty. Fakt, e sama mala z opanej strany pódia” sná rovnakú trému ako pred jedenástimi rokmi, vak priznala prvýkrát. O podobných pocitoch sa zmienila aj hereka Patrícia Pagáová, ktorá vak tie tvrdí, e s kadým jedným hodnotením je vetko ahie. Nie vdy si je ale istá tým, o poveda niekedy vraj dokonca zvauje, i sa jej dané íslo páilo alebo nie a miesto na to, aby s kritikou i pochvalami zaali, prenecháva radej tým, ktorí sa hudbe rozumejú viac. Celý rozhovor s porotkyami si môete pozrie v priloenom videu. Zdroj:TV Markíza | Foto: Instagram/bagarovamonika, TV Markíza
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