के सभी प्रकाशन Sophia . न्यूयॉर्क , संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिक


Late-night fire in a building in Newark, one dead and seven injured

A fire near Magazine Street, Newark led to a man’s death; seven other injured people were taken to the nearby hospital. Among the injured ones, there is a child, and two people are in critical condition. As per the Fire Department officials, the blaze was seen around 11 pm on Friday in a three-story residential apartment, and they say it might have started from the second floor, spreading to the third floor and an attached building. Neighbours claim that they say some people were jumping out of the building to save themselves from the blaze. The American Red Cross affirms that they are assisting eight families displaced from their homes.

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Basketball Hall of Fame Patrick Ewing tested positive for COVID-19

Patrick Ewing, a basketball coach in Georgetown, is tested positive for COVID-19 and had been hospitalized for the treatment.

The Hall of Fame player for the Hyas in college and the New York Knicks in the NBA said in his statement, which was issued by the university. "This virus is serious and should not be taken lightly. I want to encourage everyone to stay safe and take care of yourself and your loved ones. Now more than ever, I want to thank the healthcare workers and everyone on the front lines. I'll be fine, and we will all get through this."

According to school, Ewing, 57, is the only man of its men's program who is found positive for Coronavirus.

He was a 7-foot player for the Georgetown basketball team and win the 1984 NCAA men's basketball championship and reach two more title games.

During the four years when John Thompson was playing in the Georgetown team, and the team went to 121-23, a winning percentage of .840.

He became the overall No.1 pick in 1985 after the Knicks won the NBA's first lottery. But Ewing stops leading the New York after their defeat against Hakeen Olajuwon and the Houston Rockets in NBA Finals of 1994.

Ewing played in total 17 seasons in the NBA, amongst which 15 were with the Knicks.

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NYC started reopening but Governor Cuomo warn people to be safe and to follow the guidelines to flatten the curve

As the economy had started opening up, the tri-state area is learning to live the new normal life. After months, the restaurants in Connecticut are seeing lines of customers, and New Jersey is seeing lines to buy summer beach badges while maintaining social distancing.

Now up to 10 people can visit churches in New York at a time, and similar small crowds are allowed for the Memorial Day ceremonies to honor veterans. Still, the flags are half-staff to honor the thousands of lives lost in the tristate region due to coronavirus.

Seven out of 10 regions in New York had started reopening, but Governor Andrew Cuomo said that even small mistakes could lead to significant consequences, as per his seven criteria to continue the path forward.

The Governor appeals region to reopen safely and follow all the guidelines carefully.

"Increased activity only leads to increased cases if precautions aren't taken. Everyone has a role to play," Cuomo said Thursday, as he noted new daily hospitalizations had hit a months-long low. "If people get arrogant and casual about this pandemic, you will see the infection rate go up."

New York and Long Island met four out of seven criteria, and both have identified that they require to train more tracing armies as they need at least 30 tracers per 100,000 people.

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