Mayor announces Shelter at home order e Tulsa
Mayor announces Shelter at home order ends on April 30 with new guidelines for businesses and industries
Mayor G.T. Bynum announced on Saturday that the safer at home order would be removed on April 30 in Tulsa. Officials with the city of Tulsa, Tulsa County, and Tulsa Health Department held a coronavirus update on Saturday. Dr. Dart from Tulsa Health Department says the THD is monitoring trends on patients and deaths and are comparing it to Trump Guidelines for Phase 1. The steps of Social Distancing and Stay-at-home were for flattening the graph and not to stop Coronavirus. After the businesses reopen, practices such as social distancing, wearing masks and gloves, and sanitizations should be continued to keep the graph flat, said Dr. Dart. They are working to provide ID to people with positive results and contact anyone in contact with them and to keep protecting people by contact tracing.
Bynum said that our hospitals have enough supplies of equipment, and the number of patients is reducing day by day. Bynum added that President Trump announced a framework for communities to engage the economy. The White House had recommended a 14 days decline in tests before starting phase 1, but according to THD said that Tulsa County is not in a declining test phase yet. Bynum said that despite the testing trends go up, we can't wait for it to go down. According to a press release, a new order will be passed by the Mayor on May 1 for reopening and discontinuing Shelter-in home.
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Debit cards to be issued
The coronavirus pandemic has affected every single person across the world financially. Sadly many among these are being strained beyond the tolerable limit. Since everyone is now in need of money and as some do not get debit cards for being qualified as unemployed. The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission approves all such claims and a third-party contracted company called Conduent will be sending out payments on debit cards called “Way2Go” cards. But many have been complaining about poor functioning of the said third party company. As many of them had to stay on hold for hours while some calls are not even picked up. The Employment Security Commission said they are aware of those claims and are looking into resolving their problem. Conduent too stated that they are trying to give out the debit cards as soon as they can.
Victim is identified by the police in Tulsa shootout near East Woodrow Street on Tuesday
The man shot dead on Tuesday night in North Tulsa had been identified, says police. Police responded to a report of a domestic altercation near East Woodrow Street and North Wheeling Avenue on Tuesday night. According to Tulsa Police, a woman, her boyfriend, and her brother were having a dispute on some matter. Woman's brother fired several shots on her boyfriend and killed him, said officials. Police identified the boyfriend as 55-year-old Daryl Overstreet. Police told us that their investigation led them to Antonio Mack being the suspect of this crime. According to police, Mack turned himself in, and he is now arrested for committing first-degree murder.
Oklahoma one of the state to slow down the least
WalletHub conducted a study and found that Oklahoma is one of the states the is slowing down the least due to COVID-19. In this study, they had compared all 50 states across six metrics
The metrics for the comparison includes retail and recreation, grocery and pharmacy, park, transit stations, workplaces, and homes. Hawaii has slowed down the most due to the pandemic while Nebraska has slowed down the least.
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Update on pandemic impact given by TULSA officials
It is known that a week ago TULSA Mayor G.T Bynum announced furloughs which he stressed will impact over a 1000 people including him, he along with other leaders and officials of the county stepped forward for holding a video conference on Monday to give an update on the
coronavirus pandemic's effect locally. The video conference was scheduled for 1 PM in the afternoon on monday where TULSA health department. City and Council officials attended it in view of physical distancing. According to the recent data there are 411 reported covid-19 positive cases the number of deaths happens to be 22.
During pandemic, local woman helping NICU babies feel closer to parents
The pandemic caused due to COVID-19 has caused people to maintain a social distance, but they have found various ways to connect. One such peculiar way to connect was located in Tulsa, where people are sending scent clothes to TULSA hospitals so that the babies in NICU can be comforted.
Nurse Shandel Hubbard described scented cloths as the material wore by the parents she further said that the babies were placing the scented clothes and it was observed that the babies could calm as the smell of these clothes make them feel as if their parents are present near them. A baby's sense of smell is the strongest of the five senses.
Hubbard described the importance of scented cloths by saying that in this pandemic of COVID-19 scented materials can be used to comfort babies as direct involvement of parents is not practically possible, keeping in mind the health guidelines. She further asked for more scented clothes on her Facebook account by saying that the cloths can be of any shape provided that they are less than six by six, cotton or fleece no silk.
Oscar-winning director dies
Gene Deitch, an American Oscar-winning film director, and producer, was reported to be dead. The Associated Press Deitch was being told by Petr Himmel, his Czech publisher, that Deitch died in his apartment. The exact timing his death was not mentioned as the publisher said that he died at night from Thursday to Friday. Any more details regarding the end were not mentioned. “Munro,” a Deitch’s movie, was being awarded for the best animated short film in 1960. In 1964 for the Academy Award, he was nominated for “Here’s Nudnik” and “How to Avoid Friendship.” Before winning his academy award in 1960, he had produced the “Tom Terrific” series and co-produced “Sidney’s Family Tree” in 1958, which were nominated for Academy Awards in 1958. Deitch, who was born on Aug. 8, 1924, once arrived in Prague in 1959, intending to stay for ten days but soon found himself fell in love with his future wife, Zdenka. Deitch was also known for directing 13 episodes of “Tom and Jerry” and even some of the “Popeye the sailor” series. In 2004 for his life-long contribution to animation, he received the Winsor McCay Award.
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Summer X Games in Minneapolis got canceled
After a massive success in the last three years, X games got canceled for this year on Friday due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as announced by the officials.
The Summer X games were scheduled for July 17-19 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnea[polis. The tournament had more than 100,000 spectators last year. According to officials, the health of athletes, staff, and spectators is a big concern.
Vice president and general manager of X games Tim Reed thanked athletes, fans, and Minneapolis for their support and appreciation.
This is the third major event after NCAA Wrestling Championship and the World Cup cross-country skiing race, which are canceled due to Coronavirus in Minneapolis.
THE last X games event was held in March in Norway. Next week, the plans for the sports event were shifted to Shanghai for May 30-31.
Until a few weeks, Summer X games organizers were expecting just to postpone the games at the U.S. Bank stadium.
In 2017, the Summer X Games first came to Minneapolis and drew 110,000 fans. Next year, the attendance grew to 119,000, which led to the announcement that the X Games would be extended at U.S. Bank Stadium for 2019 and 2020. Now organizers are planning the event for their next host city, which will be announced soon. But these three year run in Minneapolis will not be forgotten for long.
What effect will the halving have on your Bitcoin balance?
Since the second halving of Bitcoin - miners have been credited 12.5 BTC who correctly validate a block of transactions.
On or about May 12, 2020 the third Bitcoin halving will take place and the block reward for miners will go from 12.5 to 6.25 BTC.
The daily production of Bitcoin will go from about 1800 BTC daily to roughly 900 daily.
Although not instantaneous, we can certainly expect a “supply shock” for BTC which will drastically increase price action/demand for Bitcoin. Previous halving events have resulted in 600-12000% gains for Bitcoin over the proceeding 12-18 months.
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A YOUNG NYC MEDIC TOOK HIS OWN LIFE BECAUSE HE CAN'T SEE THE SUFFERING OF PEOPLE
A twenty-three y/o Nyc Paramedic died on the job by suicide after the novice was forced into duty during the corona virus outbreak fewer than 3 months.
John Mondelo was passed away on Fri, in Queens, from a bullet fired from a weapon licensed with his retired father.
Mondelo was discovered on the Shore Boulevard in Astoria after a bystander noticed the corpse just after six o'clock in the evening on ground near a riverbank.
Mondelo had stated that he had difficulty dealing with people suffering from the corona virus, officials told the local news channel.
The twenty-three y/o medic was on the Tactical Response Group operating 24hrs to regions with the city's loads of reported cases.
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Brad Pitt parodia los remedios de Trump contra el coronavirus en "SNL" - Panorama.com.ve
Ante una de las reflexiones más controvertidas de Trump, la de una inyección de desinfectante para "eliminar" el virus, Pitt caracterizado como el Dr Fauci se limitó a ofrecer una mirada atónita y a palparse la cara ante otra de las ideas del mandatario, que …
"Saturday Night Live" (SNL), el célebre programa de humor estadounidense, volvió este fin de semana a la parrilla tras dos semanas de paréntesis por la pandemia de coronavirus con un colaborador inesperado, el actor Brad Pitt, en una parodia a Donald Trump y sus polémicas sobre la Covid-19. En la semana en la que el presidente estadounidense insinuó que la enfermedad podría tratarse inyectando desinfectante, el oscarizado intérprete de "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" se puso en la piel del doctor Anthony Fauci, el médico especializado en inmunología que ha estado al frente de la crisis del coronavirus en EE UU. Así caracterizado, aprovechó su "skech" para poner en entredicho algunas de las últimas declaraciones de Trump en su gestión de la pandemia, como que, "como un milagro, la enfermedad desaparecerá" ("Un milagro no debería ser su plan A", replicó Pitt) o que habría una vacuna "relativamente pronto". "Esa es una frase muy interesante. ¿Se refiere a relativamente pronto en el contexto de la historia entera de La Tierra? En ese caso, sí, la vacuna llegará rápido, pero si a un amigo con el que has quedado le prometieras aparecer 'relativamente pronto' y no te presentaras hasta un año y medio después, tu amigo lo que estaría es relativamente hasta los huevos", bromeó el actor. Ante una de las reflexiones más controvertidas de Trump, la de una inyección de desinfectante para "eliminar" el virus, Pitt caracterizado como Fauci se limitó a ofrecer una mirada atónita y a palparse la cara ante otra de las ideas del mandatario, que el virus podría erradicarse exponiéndolo a "haces de luz". "Al verdadero Dr. Fauci, gracias por su paciencia y su claridad en estos desconcertantes tiempos", concluyó el actor su actuación, antes de agradecer también al resto de trabajadores sanitarios su trabajo en estos días. Hasta ahora, EE UU es el país del mundo más afectado por la pandemia del COVID-19 con 939.249 casos confirmados y 53.934 fallecidos, según la Universidad Johns Hopkins.
Ausencia de turistas y cuarentena devuelven la claridad del agua a Venecia - Panorama.com.ve
Ante la ausencia de turistas desde principios de marzo, el agua y su lodo ya no son removidos por los miles de barcos, taxis, "vaporetti" y góndolas.
La flora y la fauna de la laguna no cambiaron durante el confinamiento. Lo que cambió es nuestra oportunidad de verlo, aseguró el zoólogo Andrea Mangoni mientras sumerge su cámara en las aguas de Venecia para explorar la vida acuática. Un cangrejo intenta atrapar con sus pinzas a este intruso indiscreto, las medusas emergen a ras de la superficie mientras bancos de peces pasan tranquilamente por debajo, los moluscos se aferran a los famosos pilotes de la Serenísima y las algas de todos los colores se balancean a merced de la corriente. En Venecia, ante la ausencia de turistas desde principios de marzo, el agua y su lodo ya no son removidos por los miles de barcos, taxis, "vaporetti", góndolas y embarcaciones privadas, que la recorren normalmente. Una oportunidad de oro para Andrea Mangoni, cuya profesión consiste en divulgar la zoología, en abastecerse de imágenes. Su foto de una medusa propulsándose suavemente en un canal límpido de la ciudad se hizo viral en las redes sociales. Los sedimentos permanecen en el fondo. Ahora, podemos ver a 50 ó 60 centímetros, e incluso a un metro bajo la superficie, dice. Como resultado se pueden observar animales que estaban literalmente ocultos en las aguas enturbiadas, prosigue y explica que nunca había visto un agua tan clara en 20 años de trabajo en Venecia. La única diferencia, añade, es que algunos animales que estaban relegados en los canales más grandes o más amplios, pueden moverse ahora hasta el centro histórico, puesto que ya no hay góndolas, barcos a motor o embarcaciones más pequeñas. Un pulpo en la ciudad No solo han disminuido el tráfico y la contaminación de los barcos en Venecia. También el ruido, que es otra forma de contaminación y perturba mucho a organismo vivos de la laguna, dijo a AFP Tv Marco Sigovini, investigador en Instituto de Ciencias Marinas de Venecia (ISMAR-CNR), que cuenta que ha visto un pulpo en los canales del centro, algo que nunca antes se observó en este lugar. La fauna y la flora de la laguna de Venecia son mucho más diversas e interesantes de lo que creemos. Pero como el agua está en general enturbiada, no prestamos atención a estos organismos, continúa Marco Sigovini. En su opinión, la imagen de la medusa que nada tranquilamente en el canal no es tan sorprendente: Desde hace 20 o 30 años, las medusas se han multiplicado en nuestros mares. Entran cada vez con más frecuencia en la laguna, especialmente en ciertas estaciones, quizás empujadas por la corriente, señala el científico. Normalmente, el tráfico es muy intenso, por lo que es posible que a menudo mueran. Parece que estamos sobre una barrera de coral, hay una cantidad de colores y de formas de vida extraordinaria, que hace única la laguna, dice Andrea Mangoni. Pero Marco Sigovini es poco entusiasta con las consecuencias a largo plazo del confinamiento para el medioambiente: Es posible que estos meses de confinamiento no sean suficientes para un cambio de calidad importante de nuestro ecosistema.