The drive-by shooting occurred in Tulsa Tulsa
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.
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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.
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.
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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.
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.
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Experts say the virus is not deadlier in Minnesota
The cumulative death tally in Minnesota appears to 7.5% of Minnesota's lab-confirmed, positive cases of COVID-19 while neighboring Wisconsin, for example, the death tally represents
4.6% of all confirmed cases, when questioned on this context if the virus if deadlier in Minnesota, Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm cautioned stressed that state-by-state comparisons is not good as the targets of testing are different from one another as we are testing all symptomatic persons, workers that are critical to the management of the disease and the experts believe the fatal outcomes will drop due to this goal-oriented testing pattern.
Epidemiologist Kris Ehresmann said that those that are tested so far do not exactly represent a sample of a full cross-section of the state and the those that are being tested are sicker or more prone to sickness compared to the rest and also that earlier we were testing symptomatic or those that are in contact with persons who are more susceptible to virus and
with severe complications but now due to shortage of resources the focus is shifted to high risk population like long term health care facilities.
California scaled up 1st-In-US Electric Truck Sale Proposal.
The regulators of California strengthened a proposed first-in-the-nation rule that would force automakers to sell more electric delivery vans and work trucks. The state has the country’s worst air quality. The updated government proposed by the California Air Resources Board has asked the automakers to sell a certain percentage of zero-emission trucks per year.
By 2035, the board estimates at least 20% of these trucks on the road would be electric. Paul Cort, an attorney for Earthjustice’s Right to the Zero campaign, said in his statement that this would be transformative. At some point in the future, these makers are going to realize that it does not make sense to make zero-emission trucks and combustion trucks to serve the same market.
Phased reopening plan outlined by the governor of California.
Governor of California Gavin Newsom has outlined the phased reopening plan for the state. The retail businesses and schools will open based on the apparent stabilization in both the numbers of confirmed cases and deaths due to COVID-19. He said in one of his tweets that stage one is where the state is now, staying home and working on flattening the curve.
The next stage will involve lifting restrictions in some lower-risk workplaces such as retail, manufacturing, and offices where telework is not possible. Reopening child care centers will be a part of that second stage as well. The announcement from Newsom comes as a number of other governors have moved to act on or schedule reopenings of their states despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Kourtney Kardashian nuevamente se ha peleado con una de sus hermanas, ¿Habrá crisis en la famosa familia?
Kourtney Kardashian protagoniza nueva PELEA con otra de sus hermanas/Foto: Hola La hermana mayor del clan Kardashian-Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian ha vuelto a causar controversia en el reality de televisión Keeping Up With The Kardashians, ya que la influencer y empresaria nuevamente protagonizó una pelea con otra de sus hermanas. Hace unas semanas, Kourt llegó hasta los golpes con su hermana Kim Kardashian, y es que desde que Kourtney anunció que deseaba retirarse del reality de televisión, la tensión en la familia ha incrementado. Algunos aseguran que Kim se enojó mucho con su hermana mayor por abandonar el proyecto de la familia que las ha lanzado a la fama. Pero en esta ocasión, la empresaria de 41 años tuvo un enfrentamiento verbal con la menor de su familia, la multimillonaria Kylie Jenner. Todo comenzó cuando las hermanas junto a su madre Kris Jenner estaban planeando la siguiente fiesta de navidad, y es que Kourtney ha creado la tradición de celebrar la navidad en su casa. Sin embargo, en esta ocasión Kylie expresó su descontento con la idea de pasar el 24 y 25 de diciembre en la casa de Kourtney Kardashian con toda la familia, ya que la joven empresaria de 22 años deseaba que su hija Stormi Webster pudiera recibir a Santa Claus en su hogar.
- "Simplemente no tiene sentido que Santa solo vaya a la casa de Kourtney (...) La mejor parte de la mañana de Navidad para mí mientras crecía era que Santa visitaba tu casa... solo quiero eso para Stormi", expresó Kylie Jenner.
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Facebook Inc., presentó el pasado viernes una herramienta de videoconferencias denominada Messenger Rooms, expandiendo las funciones de transmisión en vivo, aprovechando un aumento en la demanda de chats de video durante la pandemia de coronavirus; mientras daba sus primeros pasos hacia una integración planificada de productos de mensajería en sus aplicaciones. La herramienta de videoconferencias, Messenger Rooms, permitirá que hasta 50 personas participen en una llamada, dijo la compañía en un comunicado. Mostrará un diseño en mosaico de videos de participantes, hasta 16 en el escritorio y 8 en el móvil, que se asemeja al diseño ofrecido por su máximo competidor en este segmento: Zoom. Como resultado de este movimiento de Facebook, el precio de las acciones de Zoom disminuyó en un 3,7% desde el día anterior a aproximadamente $163 en los minutos posteriores al anuncio, después de alcanzar un máximo récord de $181.50 más temprano en el día. El movimiento en las acciones de Facebook fue menos dramático, un 2.4% más que el día anterior a $189.51. Los usuarios de Facebook podrán compartir enlaces para que los no usuarios puedan unirse a Rooms a través de un navegador web tanto en el escritorio como en el móvil, eliminando los requisitos para descargar una aplicación o crear una cuenta como en otros servicios. Messenger Rooms: Facebook entra a la competencia de las videoconferencias. Foto: fuentes. Messenger Rooms: sin límites de tiempo Con el lanzamiento de Messenger Rooms, Facebook se une a un campo abarrotado de empresas que se apresuran a dominar el mercado de las reuniones de video, ya que millones de personas encerradas en sus hogares en todo el mundo dependen repentinamente de las herramientas para el trabajo, la escuela y la vida social. Se había programado el lanzamiento de elementos del producto en el tercer y cuarto trimestres del año, pero Facebook aceleró sus planes después de observar un aumento en las llamadas grupales durante los bloqueos, según dijo a la agencia Reuters el jefe de mensajería, Stan Chudnovsky. «Nuestras videollamadas se duplicaron, y cuando miramos el uso de las llamadas grupales, eso aumentó aún más», dijo Chudnovsky. «Así que descubrimos una manera de construir esas cosas más rápido», agregó. Facebook expresó en su comunicado que ahora hay más de 700 millones de cuentas que participan en llamadas en WhatsApp y Messenger cada día. Facebook entra en la competencia de las videoconferencias con Messenger RoomsReuters.- Facebook Inc presentó una herramienta de videoconferencias y expandió sus funciones de transmisión en vivo en estas horas, pa … pic.twitter.com/8noTgqEP6i www.biztv.tv (@biztvrd) April 27, 2020 Con información de:ACN|Reuters|Redes No dejes de leer: Más de 5 mil fallecidos en Brasil a causa del coronavirus * Infórmate al instante, únete a nuestro canal de Telegram NoticiasACN