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British PM Fiancée announced the birth of a baby boy on Wednesday
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the birth of a healthy baby boy with his fiancée Carrie Symonds on Wednesday. Johnson had joined the office again just two days ago as he was suffering from COVID-19 and was hospitalized in London. According to Johnson's office, Symonds gave birth to a "healthy baby boy" in a public hospital in London, and both the mother and the child are healthy and safe. Johnson was present at the time of birth but returned to the office just in few hours. According to his office, he may take a paternity leave later in the year. Johnson,55, and Symonds, 32, announced in February that they were engaged and are expecting a baby together in the summer. Johnson was suffering from COVID-19 and had been dangerously ill and had returned on Monday to work. He spent a week in London's St. Thomas' hospital, including three nights in ICU. His Fiancée Symonds is an environmental campaigner and former Conservative Party staffer. She also told that she was too sick for a week with COVID-19 symptoms, though she was not tested positive. The baby boy is the first child for Symonds. Johnson has four children with his second wife, Marina Wheeler, from whom he is divorced. According to Downing St., Prime Minister was “delighted about the birth of his baby son."
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A family dog found positive in COVID-19 in a test by Duke University in North Carolina
In North Carolina, a pet dog is tested positive for COVID-19, which is the first known case of infection in canine. This case had come up from a study from a research study being conducted at Duke University. The Molecular and Epidemiological Study of Suspected Infection (MESSI) is testing how bodies respond to infections, and the goal of the study is to develop infection biomarkers that can help treatment. During the research, a participating family got their dog tested. Then thee dog was found positive.
MESSI principal investigator Dr. Chris Woods said in a statement: "To our knowledge, this is the first instance in which the virus has been detected in a dog. Little additional information is known at this time as we work to learn more about the exposure,"
Dr. Heather Mclean is a pediatrician at Duke Health. Her husband is an ER doctor. They as well as their son, all were tested positive for the COVID-19.
Their family experienced very mild symptoms the same as for Winston, their pug. Winston just lost his appetite. That was the only symptom.
There are some reports of dogs infected with COVID-19 in other parts of the world. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, "CDC is aware of a small number of pets, including dogs and cats, reported to be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19."
The team hopes their research can help develop better testing kits and track mutations of the virus over time and in the evaluation of plasma therapy and vaccine.
Business owners sue Gov. Newson and others
A number of business owners sued Governor Gavin Newson, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva as well as all of the Board of Supervisor members from L.A. Orange, Riverside, and Ventura counties for having forced them to shut down their business for the sake of preventing virus spread thus violating their civil rights and they are worrying that they may not be recoverable from the financial damage caused to the closure of the business.
Offices need to make an effort to avoid the second wave
COVID-19 has changed the perspective of people toward safety and hygiene. It will be interesting to see how companies would make efforts to reduces the chances of catching a second wave of the virus.
Brett White, CEO of Cushman and Wakefield, one of the largest real estate firms in the world said that "The one thing I can tell you for sure is that the new normal will be anything but normal,"
The real estate firm caught everyone's eye when they helped in moving 10,000 companies and nearly a million workers back to work in their offices in China. Now the firm has decided to use a similar strategy to get workers back to offices in the USA.
White said that In order to promote social distancing, the desks would be further apart and colors would be used on the floors to indicate the spots that can be used. He said that the main focus would be to provide safe six feet for every employee not just when they are sitting at a desk but also when they get up to necessary activities like using the restroom or getting a glass of water.
He also said that companies having large buildings could restrict the number of people in an elevator and also indicated a probability of marking spots in the elevator where people can stand. He further added that although most of the changes would be temporary, some change can also be permanent.
White said "There are absolutely going to be protocols and learnings from this pandemic that are not going to go away ... what we've learned about hygiene, what we've learned about safe distancing in an office, those things are going to stick around."
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President suggests reopening schools before summer to get the economy running again
According to President Trump, states should "seriously consider" reopening schools before the end of the academic year, even dozens of states believe that it would be unsafe for the students until summer or fall. President said this during a call with governors discussing the procedure of reopening their economies. Later, Gov. of ColoradoJared Polis said that his state's schools are not opening before summer. Still, some buildings may open for special education meetings and small groups of students in vocational programs.
"We're hoping at least for those last few weeks that kids who are taking classes that need the physical equipment, they can come in in smaller groups," Polis said. "But we want to reconfigure it with better social distancing for next school year."
According to the guidelines for reopening the economy by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, reopening schools is essential. For schools, the desks will be kept 6 feet apart, meals will be served in the classroom, and cafeteria and playgrounds will be closed.
Reopening schools is also crucial as it will help parents return to their work as their child will be at a safe place. But some officials say that opening the schools could be risky as well as it will provide only a little reward as the academic year-end is approaching.
Internal revenue services offer incentives pay to their employees
the Internal Revenue services have decided to offer incentive pay to its employees if they voluntarily return to work. Due to the stay at home orders, the IRS is facing a shortage of workers as it has to perform on-site operations which includes essential functions, opening mail, processing paper returns. IRS, however, has made it clear that social distancing guidelines will be followed. It has also decided to give the worker personal protective equipment for their safety. IRS described the current scenario by explaining how difficult it is for them to send out millions of stimulus checks to Americans while also processing tax refunds in addition to other typical tasks.
A MAN SHOT BY THE POLICE INVOLVED THE CAR-JACKING
Officers in South SF killed a guy on Sun who was accused of attacking police with a weapon at the culmination of a violent spree that involved injuring 2 men, including an off-duty cop, during a carjacking effort and driving cop on a pursuit in a stolen squad vehicle.
The attacker tried to break into a vehicle at a petrol station at around five in the morning. And that individual was wounded during a fight, said an official report. A police cop in SF who observed the incident tried to interfere but was attacked too, the official told.
The crime-stopper fired the man in self defense and injured him, authorities told, but he nevertheless continued to ditch cops in South San Fran who rushed to the crime spot. As per the statement, they used a taser gun to attempt to seize him, but the technique didn't succeed & he managed to climb into a police mobile & raced away.
The offender went towards a Kaiser Permanente medical center, where the person attempted to pass through the door to the car lot. He slammed the vehicle before fleeing the seized patrol unit, authorities told.
Cops confirmed he was shot by policemen after taking out a blade & failing to comply.
The survivor of the car jacking and the off-duty cop was rushed to the medical facility & expected to make a full from their injuries, authorities told. The identity of the offender has not been issued.
The incidents are being prosecuted by police from Southern SF and attorneys from San Mateo County.
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Many business owners are desperate to open up their business again
In Columbus business owner are frustrated because of the state order which denies the opening of the small business ordered by governor mike DeWine. Business owner is struggling both emotionally and financially due to this pandemic and shutdown of all the business. As the orders are already announced still the business owner are arguing o reopen on May 1.
Permanently transition to a hybrid operating model
In Columbus announcement was done nationwide on Wednesday for permanently transition to the hybrid operating model. It is mainly for the workers in the office who are working and at the home in worldwide. Columbus based company said there are four main campus locations include central Ohio, Des Moines, Lowa, Scottsdale, Arizona and San Antonio, Texas. The location was selected as there was a large concentration of employees who access the associate talents and subject matter expertise that will enable continued success. The company will tell the details such as technology and equipment needed and support mechanism in upcoming days.
Ending restriction on travelers from Louisiana
In Texas travelling was the end from Louisiana so that is slow down of the spread of novel coronavirus. Now from Friday people who are travelling from Louisiana to Texas will no longer be required to do self-quarantine for 14 days. Governor Greg Abbott order was passed on Monday to reopen the Texas business once again. Abbott started passing the travel restriction from March 26 when he announced a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine for air travellers from New Orleans and the tri-state area centred on New York. Louisiana has done a good job in stopping the spread of novel coronavirus.
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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
La OMS dice que hay 102 posibles vacunas para covid-19 en proceso en todo el - elsoldemargarita.com.ve
El ensayo de los Institutos Nacionales Estadounidenses de Salud (NIH) fue el primero en comenzar a probarse en sujetos de prueba en humanos el 16 de marzo.
La OMS dice que hay 102 posibles vacunas para covid-19 en proceso en todo el mundo. / Foto: CORTESÍA CNN 30 Abr, 2020 | Atlanta. La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) dice que se están desarrollando 102 posibles vacunas covid-19 en todo el mundo, según los documentos publicados en el sitio web de la organización. Ocho de las posibles vacunas están aprobadas para ensayos clínicos. Eso es más que las siete vacunas hace cuatro días. La adicional es de China, pero no está claro si han comenzado ensayos en sujetos de estudio en humanos; los otros siete lo han hecho, señala nota de CNN. De las aprobadas para ensayos clínicos en humanos, cuatro son de China, una es de Inglaterra, una es estadounidense y otra es de un grupo combinado estadounidense y europeo.