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Washington DC reports its youngest death due to COVID-19.
A 17-year-old boy died due to coronavirus on Sunday in Washington, D.C. It is the youngest fatality case of the city due to COVID-19. The D.C. mayor's office released the coronavirus data on Monday reporting the youngest death. The teenager contracted the disease in Washington but died in Pennsylvania. His death brought the total fatalities in the city to 185.
Currently, there are total 3,892 confirmed cases in the city with 51 new positive cases reported on Monday. Among these cases, 3 per cent of total cases comprises 18 or younger people. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser gave the report of the coronavirus cases and deaths in a daily briefing. The name and details of the teenager boy were not released.
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Online voting in amidst coronavirus pandemic
A special election is conducted in the state of Maryland to fill the seat after the death of Elijah Cummings. The election officials have encouraged the residents to vote but from home. They have launched an online voting system under which people can easily view through the mail.
The officials have mailed ballots to all 510,000 registered voters of the district, which need to postmarked by the voters by April 28. The citizens of areas which include Howard County, Baltimore County and Baltimore City will take part in this stamp-free election. The seat was vacant from October last year after Cummings passed away.
Pentagon activates US military unit for the protection of Washington.
Pentagon has set up a US military unit to defend Washington city and will be working under "operational commands." The military unit will work for protecting the US government from national and foreign enemies. It will work under the control of the US government and will defend the top officials in all the events organised in Washington, D.C.
Due to coronavirus pandemic, Joint Task Force National Capital Region (JFT-NCR) was prompted last month for the protection of the citizens and to battle the deadly outbreak. Moreover, it has been reported that this unit was established to defend the city from the martial laws introduced in the city.
US President Donald Trump announces $19 billion relief program.
The US President Donald Trump has launched $19 billion relief program to help the farmers and ranchers of the United States. The decision has been taken in account of coronavirus pandemic. The prices and supply of food have been hardly hit by the COVID-outbreak, which has affected the lives of the agricultural industry. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has formulated plans to help these farmers with a collaboration of regional and local distributors.
The USDA will also receive another contribution of $14 billion in July for the development of the agriculture sector in the country. American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) will report the complete information of the program soon.
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MANY PEOPLE ARE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY DUE TO DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE CHARGES DURING EMERGENCY LOCKDOWN IN STATE
While DUI charges fell in 2019 from the same era, drunk driving continues to shock and frustrate intelligence officials & police.
"Truthfully this just blew my brain and made me feel ill in my digestive system," says Brianna Arnold, whose sibling was accidentally killed in 2018 by a drunken driver.
Arnold stated drunk drivers make bad and dangerous choices, and they even display ignorance of emergency services measures in the meantime, which prohibit anything but necessary transportation.
Using the Freedom of information requests, the I-Team collected police records from ten major Washington, D.C .- region states over the past 4 weeks. A total of 52 intoxicated drivers were charged by policemen as per records. Every city police agency in Montgomery County, Prince George's District, and Fairfax City has detained about Forty drunken drivers during this same period. The convictions have an operator who collapsed just before Ten am near Interstate 270. Monday afternoon.
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ON SATURDAY ARMY SALIVA SCREENING CENTER IS OPENING
It is scheduled to open an army Saliva screening laboratory in the country's capital on Saturday.
The saliva swab which are controlled yet body-administered are attracting importance.
Population health experts suggest the assessments may be as successful and far easier to manage if performed correctly than the invasive nasal swabs created by staff who have to be coated in PPE.
The US is funding its $13 million research center. USAF planning 50,000 testing a day.
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ONE MAN ENCOUNTERED BY HOUSTON POLICE WHILE FIRING IN FRONT OF HIS HOUSE
A male is killed after he open bullets at cops in northeastern Houston on Mon, police reported.
Officials said the shooting happened at around midnight in the Chadwick 7900 area. After they had got information that the person was injured in front of his house.
Once police arrived they were told to hold back before the perpetrator was identified by a local news channel.
Cops claimed the attacker call out the police & replied, "I'm ready for you" as his reloading his pistol.
Upon identification of the perpetrator, he was observed shooting bullets in random directions, police added.
A policeman told them they thought the perpetrator was aiming a pistol at them. They fired bullets, & the perpetrator was killed.
Police said the step-father of the shooter was inside the house when the firing took place. He told police that either his son was intoxicated, or on narcotics.
Apart from the perpetrator, at this point, cops said nobody has been hurt.
A COUPLE FOUND THEIR HAPPINESS IN MIDDLE OF CORONA FIASCO
A young duo tied the knot in front of family members and friends Mon morning a manner they might never have expected.
.Gabriele Schmee and Diego Grasano, though socially distanced, said their vows.
"I figured this isn't going to ruin this day's happiness," Grasano said.
With Waterwall Park serving as the background for the pair's romantic wedding in the Galleria district, Schmee and Grasano promised each other their endless love, removing their specially designed masks to exchange vows.
"It was a crazy journey. We are glad to be here, and actually making it work, "said Schmee.
Governor Pritzker responds on the Chicago viral video.
Governor J.B. Pritzker admonished the young partygoers, who attended a house party in Chicago. The house party came into the eyes of thousands of people after the video went viral through a Facebook post. Pritzker said that those people have not only violated the coronavirus restrictions intentionally but also broke the trust of people and put them at risk. He added that he has not seen the video but heard of it, which has raised the concern among the residents.
The video was shared through live streaming on Facebook by Tink Purcell, which showed a massive house party. The video went viral overnight and has received 1.4 million views with over 60,000 shares.
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Los trastornos provocados por la pandemia mundial de la COVID-19 han sido innumerables y el deporte no es la excepción.
Los trastornos provocados por la pandemia mundial de la COVID-19 han sido innumerables y el deporte no es la excepción. El béisbol no escapa de esta dura realidad y hay dos estelares peloteros cubanos que se han visto afectados con esta situación. Se trata de Alfredo Despaigne y Yurisbel Gracial, que juegan en la Liga Profesional de Japón y que se hallan en Cuba en estos momentos. Ambos se recuperan en sus hogares de sendas lesiones, algo positivo para ellos sin dudas. Sin embargo, su regreso a la Tierra del Sol Naciente y, por tanto al juego como tal, es una verdadera incógnita ahora mismo, pues Despaigne y Gracial no podrán regresar a a su club, los Halcones de SoftBank, y a sus entrenamientos, hasta junio o julio. Resulta que, como consecuencia de la crisis del nuevo Coronavirus, los vuelos en la Mayor de las Antillas están suspendidos hasta el 31 de mayo y el ingreso a Japón está sumamente limitado. Por tanto, ambos atletas se hallan en un limbo temporal, a la espera de que se salga de este lamentable escenario. Además, cuando arriben a ese país oriental, lo más probable es que Alfredo y Yurisbel tengan que cumplir una cuarentena de 14 días, antes de poder incorporarse a las prácticas de los Halcones. Y todo esto sin conocerse aún cuándo arrancará la competencia, que ya ha sido retrasada en un par de ocasiones. Se habla de un posible inicio para el 19 de junio, pero esta es solo una fecha tentativa, en dependencia de cómo evolucione la pandemia de la Covid 19.
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