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MARKS WAS DRAWN ON GROUND TO PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING IN DOLORES PARK, SAN FRANCISCO
A photograph shows social distancing circles drawn on ground at San Francisco's Dolores Park.
Because of the coronavirus disease outbreak this was popular in many parks across the world.
It is a way to enjoy the outdoor activities while still going to practice social distance for visitors who come.
San Francisco registered more than twenty-one hundred reports of coronavirus as of Wednesday afternoon, and thirty-seven fatalities.
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SAN FRANCISCO LOOKS AT THE POTENTIAL PARK DURING PANDEMIC FOR SAFE HOMELESS ENCAMPMENTS
The authorities in San Fran are now collating a list of preferred locations during the disease outbreak for more sanctioned homeless camps.
The program involves property that is controlled by the Rec and Park Department of the community.
The project is part of a negotiation between the overseer behind the notion and the parks head of the department.
In a statement, Phil Ginsberg said he knows the significance of working with the board to identify additional sites for good sleeping sites on Rec and Parkland that do not tamper with the public during this global pandemic, which is the key access to outdoor.
Once it was presented, the draft emergency regulation received a lot of negative feedback from park visitors but the manager of a nature education initiative in San Francisco endorsed the bill and still thinks the solution is a positive one.
Supervisor opposed the contentious emergency order implemented only a few weeks ago after the Rec and Park Department general manager promised to assemble a list of possible locations for approved homeless camps by July 6.
THE CITY'S LOOSENING LOCK DOWN COULD RENDER STREET MORE UNSAFE
Street safety advocacy groups cautioned local authorities on Thurs that without initiative, a spike in road accidents could come as corona virus constraints loosened.
Walk S.F, a pedestrian safety advocacy organization, has called on the Municipal Transportation Agency of San Francisco to quickly implement safety precautions to organize for a greater traffic volume come back. Most businesses in San Francisco will be permitted to exist curbside pick-ups from next week, which will bring in more citizens to the crowding the streets.
"More citizens going to stroll, cycling, and biking.," said Jodie Medeiros, executive director of Stroll SF. "We also want to ensure that SF-MTA talks of such low-cost, tested options that we can easily bring in while people move around safely."
Calming initiatives involve restricting exits on traffic signals, adding bumpers to limit speed on lane changes, and drawing warning lines for cars and pedestrians at intersections along the high accident corridor network of the Region. Highways such as South Van Ness Avenue make up seventy-five percent of average accidents.
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Virtual travel: “View from My Window” makes you travel the world in quarantine
Barbara Duriau had created a Facebook Page- View from My Window. This virtual platform allows millions of people to treat their eyes by viewing beautiful travel pictures.
Duriau was keen to know about the circumstances and reality across the world. She is a freelance graphic designer from Amsterdam, and in late March, she posted a picture showing the view from her window. When the lockdown started, she realized that everyone is stuck with the same view.
By a month after she created this page, more than two million people joined the page. This page has brought out stories of various people, and people share more than just their view.
Sarah Hill from Arrowbear Lake posted that she finds it interesting to look at pictures posted by others as she has travelled internationally with her husband. In mid-April, she posted a snowy landscape picture. Hill explained she wanted to post this as many would find this unique and would not expect to see in Southern California; she wanted to share her perspective from that little part of the world. Hill said her post got comments from individuals in Michigan right to Austria, and she's not the only one. Each upload receives uncountable comments from individuals everywhere throughout the world, sharing expressions of inspiration and support.
The creator, Duriau, expressed her will to publish a book with the pictures from this Facebook group, and she would donate the earnings for a social cause.
"Melon-headed Bandits" rob gas station
As per police reports, a robbery occurred at a gas station on May 5. Pictures reveal the suspects masked with eye holes cut-out watermelon.
WRIC reports officers were able to arrest one of the suspects- Justin M. Roger, 22 years old.
He's accused of wearing a veil in broad daylight while committing larceny and stealing alcohol being underage.
Authorities are searching for the second "watermelon head."
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TEN MORE COUNTIES ARE ELIGIBLE FOR ENTERING INTO PHASE 2 IN D.C STATE REOPENING
More counties are qualified for phase two in the four-phased recovery program of Washington State, recently revealed on Tuesday by Gov. Jay Inslee.
As per the department of health, certification comes through updated requirements, based on recommendations by the Department on disease prevention. cities and towns are now qualified to participate if they have less than ten cases reported over a 2-week time frame per 100,010 residents, the organization stated “.
Phase Two allows for increased enjoyment outside, such as hiking. Small groups of 5 people or less are authorized.
Hair salons can open up at fifty percent capability alongside eateries with tables of 5 or fewer individuals. Pet care, like grooming can restart their services.
Small, unessential transportation will be permitted near the vicinity of the residence
Towns in Washington State with much less than ten new cases per 100,010 residents over a time frame of 2 weeks can qualify for relocation to coronavirus rehabilitation phase Two.
For example, since before the beginning of this month the department of health found an average of twenty-three daily testing positive in Snohomish County. The city has 821,000 citizens, so it would get about Eighty cases over 14 days to reach the criteria of the governor.
This was a blow to small businesses intent on reopening and bringing back clients.
"We 're a bit surprised, we don't really comprehend when the unveiling would arrive at this stage," stated John Lundin of Bluewater Organic Distillation, on the coastline of Everett.
After the beginning of the pandemic his bistro and distillery company was experiencing a crisis.
SEATTLE COPS KILLED A MAN THREATENING AND ATTACKING PEOPLE
Police arrived at West Mercer Site and Elliott Avenues West about three pm on Tues after multiple Emergency calls claimed that a guy with weapons was threatening people and attacking them.
S.P.D claims 2 police fired their guns during a Taser activation, which hit the guy.
The guy was declared dead at the site after first aid was given by policemen.
The Department of the King sheriff's department will perform an impartial investigation, through the procedure. Power Response Unit and Crime Spot Forensic officers reacted to the accident. Representatives of the Division of Public Transparency and the Attorney General's Agency were also included as were members of the K.C.S.O.