Help find Phoenix Police Red Hat Burglar Phoenix
Help find Phoenix Police Red Hat Burglar
The Department of Police at Phoenix, Arizona is seeking help from all and one to get hold of the robber who was suspected to be seen walking into the Circle K at 27th Avenue and Van Buren Street on February 25 midnight, through the surveillance video.
The burglar with a green bag, hastened from abaft the employee counter and muttered to scare the clerk that he possessed a gun. He then stuffed his bag with a number of cigarettes and some cash from the register before making his way out.
His appearance showed that he was a white man of possibly 27-35 years of age, had a height of 5’6 and weighed about 200 pounds. He was also identified as the fellow who was wearing a red coloured hat with a sign of ‘W’ printed on it.
In any case if you recognize this man, please give us a call on:
480-WITNESS. Thereafter, if your tip leads us to the arrest of this burglar, you could be eligible to win a reward of up to $1,000.
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The surveillance footage shows a Hispanic man in the 30s, height between 5’9” and 5’11” with a large build, disguised as a delivery driver. He had a full beard, with some greying. He left the scene in a red colored Dodge Charger or a similar vehicle.
Police said that the tests are of no use without a fully equipped testing lab, and trained staff to interpret the results. They also added that home test kits for the virus don’t exist. The Police also informed anyone who talks about trying to sell the kits should contact law enforcement. The stolen kits are said to have been replaced at the Health Facility, but they could have been used for future tests.
CoronaVirus strikes Arizona: Second death reported due to COVID-19 in Maricopa County
Health officials confirmed a second death in Arizona from the coronavirus.
The Arizona Department of Health Services and Maricopa County Department of Public Health informed that the coronavirus patient was in his 70s and had health conditions.
The first death from COVID-19 in the state was reported in Phoenix city on Friday - the infected was an employee in his 50s who also had health conditions.
Arizona health officials confirm 48 new cases by Sunday , hence total coronavirus cases rise to 152 in the state.
For first responders, no work from home due to COVID-19
In December 2019, a viral respiratory disease first detected in China has spread worldwide. The latest 2019 coronavirus was named SARS-CoV-2 and it is known as the 2019 coronavirus disease or COVID-19 outbreak.
Chandler Fire Station 283 has no mutual distancing or remote service.
Coronavirus work shutdowns have little impact on the first responders of the Valley who are already on duty if needed.
"We still do our jobs together," said Natalie Wood, firefighter. "We understood what we were doing before we went into the work. We enjoy it. It didn't change anything." After the coronavirus pandemic, firefighters from Chandler hadn't changed anything, although they were taking extra clean-up precautions before going out.
Firefighter Nicholas Del Valle said, "We are upholding our safety levels for little extra hygiene requirements." The Chandler 283 Fire Station is only around seven people, at any time, so the crew isn't so worried about social distancing. "In which there was a mask, gowns or gloves, a little more than normal we could wear."
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Personal protective equipment (PPE) drive extended by the city of Phoenix and Representative Ruben Gallego at the Phoenix convention center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Saturday (March 28).
On account of replenishing the low supply of PPE like masks, eye protection and more in Arizona, the representative has taken measures by coordinating his efforts with the city of Phoenix, Phoenix fire and Phoenix police. As the COVID-19 situation continues to shoot up, cities and states are running out of supplies necessary for the medical system.
“This is very necessary for our medical system. As well as our firefighters, police officers and EMT’s who have to interact with people everyday” said Gallego.
From the above statement he justifies that any amount of supplies is welcome from just a couple of masks to many. Meanwhile Francine Eastwood donated a box of unused medical supplies leftover from a condition several years ago. She further made a statement stating, “I know how hard it is and how last-minute this all is but the more the people that can give and the more help we can provide for each other, the better we are as a society”.
The city also listed the supplies needed as follows
COMMON HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
- Hand sanitizer
- Toilet paper
- Paper towels
- Bandages/gauze/wound care items
- CaviWipes/Sanitation wipes
HEALTH CARE SUPPLIES
- IV Fluids
- IV Pumps
- Anesthesia circuits
- Testing swabs
- Custom procedure trays
- IVR Thermometers/Baby IVR Thermometers
- Test media
HEALTH CARE WORKER PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
- N95 Masks
- Procedural/surgical isolation masks
- Standard isolation masks
- Goggles/eye protection/face shields
- PAPR Hoods
- Isolation gowns
- Surgical drapes/gowns
After coronavirus causes cancellation, Valley couple moves up wedding one month
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National Guard helps in restocking the grocery stores in Arizona
COVID-19 (CoronaVirus Disease – 19), aka the pandemic infectious disease has made the entire world kneel down on their knees in front of it. The exponential rate at which the life of victims are being brutalized is terrifying. Whole World’s Doctors and other medical officials are fighting with the disease in order to keep the virus away from the common man. When talking about these Medical Heroes, we cannot forget about the Military. The National Guard of Arizona has decided to restore the stocks in the grocery store. The Guards have planned to review the logistics with the respective executives and in addition to finding the solutions to these grocery related problems, they have decided to load the docks behind the stores, as said by the Gen. John Hoefert, Arizona National Guard Joint Commander. The initiatives taken by the guards have immensely helped in calming down the locals. Also the guards have made a decision to distribute grocery to 10 locals at a time and give them a handful amount of hand sanitizer at the entry of the store in order to maintain efficient and effective hygiene and sanitation.
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To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Rocky Mountain National Park closed for all
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As this issue has become a great concern globally, a letter was also obtained from the mayor of Estes Park for the official announcement of the closure. The decision was as per the request of the Larimer County Health Department. As in many of the areas of the national park are crowded, the social distancing will not be possible, and this is one of the major reasons that lead to spreading of this virus which have already affected 363 cases positively.
Patterson has said that those who wish for the fun in the national park can go through the parks webcams and other digital tools available on the website. He has added that the public will be notified about the reopening of the park on the website and social media channels.
New restrictions & task force announced by Colorado governor
The governor of Colorado, Jared Polis, addressed the public regarding the horrific spread of the global pandemic, the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 saying that a new task force was being set up precisely for the re-purpose of business and economic strategy in the state.
He further said that the team would manufacture medical necessities and track the virus in addition to reducing the daily workforce rate by half as of the present situation.
This task force was formulated after the state of Colorado experienced a hike of 116 cases in a single day with around 58 hospitalized cases and 6 casualties.
The state is highly disappointed with the US government who showed leniency in handling the outbreak of COVID-19.
Polis advised the citizens to be socially responsible and stay in personal isolation and practise social distancing. He said that the citizens are as much in a position to contain the spread of the virus as much as the government and has pleaded the citizens to act and be a little more responsible by staying at home and maintaining personal hygiene.
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60% россиян готовы отказаться от своих прав на борьбу с коронавирусом
Согласно опросу, шестьдесят процентов россиян заявили, что готовы временно отказаться от своих прав, чтобы помочь остановить распространение коронавируса .
Россия постепенно усилила свои карантинные меры для населения с тех пор, как пандемия впервые пересекла границы страны в январе. В понедельник, премьер-министр Михаил Мишустин поручил властям разработать систему, которая использует данные геолокации мобильных телефонов для отслеживания людей, которые контактировали с кем-либо, имеющим коронавирус.
По данным, около трети (28%) российских респондентов заявили, что не желают жертвовать своими правами, несмотря на угрозу коронавируса.
Шестьдесят восемь процентов россиян заявили, что они обеспокоены тем, что они или их родственники заразятся очень заразным вирусом, а 25 процентов сказали, что они не волновались.
Почти половина российских респондентов (49%) сказали, что, по их мнению, правительство их страны хорошо справляется с кризисом в области здравоохранения, а 36% заявили, что они не удовлетворены реакцией правительства.
В среднем 78% респондентов по всему миру заявили, что готовы отказаться от своих прав на борьбу с коронавирусом.