Food businesses prepare to open up in Tu Tulsa
Food businesses prepare to open up in Tulsa as the state enters into phase one of reopening businesses
As the businesses are opening up in Tulsa, Patio dining on Brookside a popular place to visit for lunchtime is also preparing to open up for the public. With the state entering into phase one of reopening to businesses public are now allowed to dine in at restaurants. Jaine Cole a customer of Senor Tequila said “It’s thrilling. It’s wonderful, what a gorgeous day to
be outside." “I’ve missed it, the socialization of it. Just being with people and enjoying your life."
Torchy's Tacos another popular and loved the place too has gone a step forward to rearranging their entire dining set up so as to maintain physical distancing between the customers that come in. Manager of Torchy's Tacos, Jay Elliott says he is ecstatic to see people inside again after shutting down their dining room for about a month. “It’s great to see people sitting in our dining room, We’ve been picking up as we’ve gone with to-go order and people coming in and out, but it’s great to see some guests sitting down in the dining room enjoying that.”
Johnny Wallace says he has always enjoyed eating a burger with his friends and family at Freddie’s hamburgers. He said, “Seems pretty alright, I’ve spent the last month or so eating lunch in the truck.” He says he also has a list prepared of all the places he would like to go to and missed visiting during the stay at shelter orders. He also said, “I do have a couple of places I want to go to, I want to go to some Mexican restaurants and I want to go sit down and eat a steak without
having to clean up and cook my own food. That’s relaxing sometimes.”
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Tulsa Noise Fest goes virtual for music lover in Tulsa
All the music lovers tune in to the performance series Local Access, featuring experimental artist-musicians in Tulsa, OK every night at 8 pm (CST), May 4–8, 2020, to enjoy the fantastic music by these artists. Tulsa Noise is virtually presenting a series of performances by five experimental artist-musicians who are performing while practicing social distancing in Tulsa, Oklahoma, due to Coronavirus pandemic. Tulsa Noise is an ongoing noise music project created and headed by Nathan Young, an Arts Integration Awardee supported by Tulsa Artist Fellowship. As art place a significant role in enriching the cultural wealth of people, Tulsa Artist Fellowship supports both local and national artists while enriching the Tulsa community. Tulsa Artist Fellowship is an initiative by the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Tulsa NoiseFest is an annual fest hosted to showcase noise artists held at Tulsa Artist Fellowship’s Cameron Studios. Until, few weeks, it was scheduled in May, but recently it was postponed due to Coronavirus pandemic. Local Access is providing an excellent opportunity for the viewers to take a glimpse of upcoming Tulsa NoiseFest by digital media and highlight the growing noise music scene happening in Tulsa, OK.
The performance schedule is below:
- I’m Angry About Cities | Monday, May 4
- Lars Gardner | Tuesday, May 5
- Gospel | Wednesday, May 6
- Black Gambit | Thursday, May 7
- DJ Kylie | Friday, May 8
For more details, visit tulsanoise.com.
Osage Nation Government is set to reopen office from May 11th
The Osage Nation government offices are planning on reopening from May 11th, though the date is subjective to change depending upon the status of coronavirus, the department is planning on following all safety measure like 6 feet distance between people, avoiding crowding, proper hand washing, sanitizing, wearing masks and gloves.
To ensure the safe return of employees all the employees will be tested before returning to work. Osage Nation Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear said: “Keeping our people safe and healthy has been our number one priority during this pandemic". Anyone feeling uncomfortable to head out to work under these circumstances may approach the coordinating director to avail paid time off.
The Early Learning Academy is set to open as usual but extra care will be taken to ensure cleaning and sanitizing occurs throughout the day. The temperature of each child will be checked before entering into the facility and annual summer camp will be cancelled. The parents are said to prepare themselves to find childcare options for the summer.
Tulsa health department says that the city is reporting flattening of the curve
Dr Hart of Tulsa health department gave an update on the coronavirus status saying that the city is seeing a flattening of the curve and it is yet to decay. He also emphasized that people
should keep following social distancing, maintain six feet distance as usual and if suspected to be at high risk stay at home along with adequate testing. Anyone with symptoms or exposure and efficient contact tracing to prevent further spread of the virus. Also, effective measures are shaping up as the mosquito season is closer. Mayor G.T Bynum stated that implementation and following a strict stay at home, orders turned out to be absolute saviors in preventing horrifying
The spread of the virus since it takes more time to completely overcome this situation and the virus it is best if we continue to follow the already existing safety measures.
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The drive-by shooting occurred in Tulsa
A drive-by shooting that took place in TULSA in Oklahoma is under investigation by the police, the shooting took place near 81st and Sheridan. A woman was shot when she was sitting at the table, she said that the bullet came through the sliding door, grazed her head and then struck the wall across the room, by the time the cops reached the site of the incident the woman was in the ambulance, she was immediately rushed to the hospital and is expected to come out of woods, the police are looking into whether the shooting is preplanned or otherwise, two more bullets were found outside the house and SIU was called in.
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.
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.
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Minneapolis Police Department investigates a shooting case, the victim survives with-life-threatening injuries
On Saturday morning during early hours, at around 1:38 a.m police officers of Minneapolis Police Department responded to a shooting that took place at the intersection of 21st and Franklin Avenues which left a man with non-life-threatening injuries. They were alerted by the ShotSpotter technology to the sound of possible gunshots being fired and are now investigating the case. Just as they were reaching the site of accident they received a call from a male person saying he was shot, as the police reached there they treated him and
took him to Hennepin County Medical Center for further treatment.
Oakland County manufacturers transition to producing medical equipment to meet current requirements
Oakland County Executive, David Coulter has announced awards to county's manufacturers
who would step forward to shift their production priorities to making masks, gloves and other
medical requirements which are of paramount importance in the current scenario.
The said awards will be coming from $700,000 funds and $344,000 of this will be shared
between several manufacturers to make personal protective equipment or PPE and ventilator
Following are the companies that would be receiving grants :
• Oxus America of Auburn Hills: An engineering, manufacturing, and service company
specializing in medical devices and gas separation technology will be manufacturing critical
ventilator repair parts.
• Connexion, doing business in Pontiac as Tangico: It will be manufacturing award-winning
custom promotional products face shield parts.
• PolyFlex Products Co. of Farmington Hills: The company provides design, prototype, tooling
and manufacturing services along with face shields.
• Signarama of Troy supplies a wide range of custom-made signs, banners and decals for
buildings, vehicles and face shields.
• Acme Mills of Bloomfield Hills a private firm recognised for providing industrial textiles and
textile solutions has transitioned to produce face masks, gowns and hair covers.
Family of three loses everything they own in a fire accident
A family of three who were soon expecting twins had
lost everything in a fire accident, on Friday at 7 pm the firefighters of Virginia Beach responded to a call about a house on fire in Aquarius court. By the time the firefighters reached the site of accident the house was densely filled with smoke and its residents were scattered and their pets needed oxygen once after they were rescued. The family had lost everything that they own due to the accident and now a group of Virginia Beach moms stepped forward to start a fundraiser help them purchase essentials especially with what is going around. Donations are welcomed to help prepare the family for the arrival of the twins.
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La web de Assassin's Creed Valhalla escondía un secreto que ya ha sido desvelado | SomosXbox - SomosXbox
La web de Assassin's Creed Valhalla escondía un secreto que ya ha sido desvelado gracias a un usuario de Twitter de lo más avispado
La web de Assassin’s Creed Valhalla escondía un secreto que ya ha sido desvelado gracias a un usuario de lo más avispado. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla se presentó hace unos pocos días, superando en interés a Assassin’s Creed Odyssey y citándonos para el 7 de mayo para el evento de Xbox Series X, en el que se mostrará gameplay del juego. El nuevo título de la saga nos llevará a la época vikinga y por supuesto habrá elementos de la mitología. Eso sí, tampoco esperemos que los dioses estén presentes en todo momento o que el trato a la mitología nórdica sea uno de los temas principales en Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, seguramente lo que veremos potenciado y recreado con todo detalle sea la cultura vikinga, una que utilizaba runas y un lenguaje de lo más extraño para expresarse. Justamente una serie de runas era lo que se escondía en la web del juego. La web de Assassin’s Creed Valhalla escondía un secreto desvelado en Twitter por LaRedDeErudito, que se ha currado un hilo en el que podemos ver el paso a paso de su deducción. Todo comienza con una extraña runa en la web oficial: Investigando los símbolos y traduciéndolos con la ayuda de otro usuario nativo. Ambos descubrieron que se trataba de un verso de un famoso poema nórdico dedicado a Odin, el padre de todo, un dios que parece hacer acto de presencia en el mismo tráiler del juego. El verso de ese poema se traduce como «Las vacas mueren, los hermanos mueren, así que uno mismo debe morir de la misma manera. Pero sé una cosa que nunca muere, el juicio de cada hombre muerto». Según el propio usuario, ese poema haría referencia a algo con lo que los desarrolladores han insistido y es en que nuestras acciones tendrán consecuencias. Nuestro asentamiento, los favores que hagamos y todos nuestros hitos serán lo que nos juzgue después de la muerte. It says as follows:"Deyr fé, deyja frændr, deyr sjálfr it sama. ek veit einn at aldrei deyr, dómr um dauðan hvern."In English:"Cows die, kinsmen die, so must die oneself the same. But I know one thing that never dies, each dead man's judgement"#AssassinsCreedValhallapic.twitter.com/RgR2wdDPiN — Cristophorus (@LaRedDeErudito) May 2, 2020 Este descubrimiento ha sido compartido por el propio director del juego Ashraf Ismail, alabando sus dotes de investigación y deducción, así que seguramente no iba mal encaminado.
France : L'état d'urgence sanitaire prolongé pour deux mois - hibapress
Hibapress Le gouvernement français a annoncé, samedi, la prolongation pour deux mois, jusqu'au 24 juillet, de l'état d'urgence sanitaire, pour lutter contre la pandémie de coronavirus. Un projet de lo
Un projet de loi prorogeant lurgence sanitaire à compter du 24 mai présenté par le ministre de la Santé, a été adopté ce samedi en Conseil des ministres. Ce projet de loi, qui sera examiné à partir de lundi par le Parlement, juge « prématurée » la levée de lurgence sanitaire car « les risques de reprise épidémique » étant « avérés en cas dinterruption soudaine des mesures en cours ». Le texte, qui comporte sept articles, vise à « conforter le cadre juridique » et l’ »élargir » pour « y intégrer les enjeux du déconfinement », qui doit débuter le 11 mai, a indiqué le ministre de la Santé Olivier Véran, lors dun point de presse à lissue du Conseil des ministres. Le texte précise notamment les conditions de quarantaine des personnes arrivant en France et atteintes du virus. Il porte aussi sur la mise en oeuvre dun « système dinformation » concernant les personnes malades et leur entourage pour une durée maximale dun an. Selon le ministre de la Santé, la quarantaine et lisolement des personnes ne sera obligatoire que pour celles arrivant sur le territoire national. Mais il ne le sera pas pour les personnes fragiles, comme proposé auparavant. Revenant sur le système dinformation destiné à identifier des personnes infectées ou susceptibles de lêtre, « il sagira de collecter des données dordre non médical mais aussi dordre médical » avec plusieurs étapes distinctes, a expliqué Olivier Véran, précisant que ces données ne seront pas récoltées pour lapplication StopCovid qui « ne sera pas opérationnelle le 11 mai ».
Lockdown baking : Try this no-flour, no-egg, no-oil chocolate cake - The South African
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