उपयोगकर्ता संग्रह 2020 3 Debby . सैन फ्रांसिस्को , संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिक
USNS assists, Javits in NY to open as medical facility amid COVID outbreak
The USNS Comfort sailed into New York Harbor on Monday as the Jacob Javits Center is being prepared to be used as a hospital amid the COVID-19 outbreak. With 3,000 beds set up, the center shall attend patients not suffering from the virus.
As per the Army Corp. of engineers, Ft. Campbell and Ft. Hood hospital units shall be on duty.
This will be a relief for overworked and overburdened doctors and staff.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said that if NYC needs, we can ask the upstate systems to come forward and rescue the downstate health systems.
Non COVID-19 patients shall be attended and provided beds by the United States naval ship Comfort, docking at Pier 90 on the West Side of Manhattan.
Mayor Bill de Blasio stated the ship will immediately provide for 750 beds and it’s on par with any other hospital in NYC. We need to triple our bed capacity by May.
An Emergency Field Hospital is also being set up in East Meadow in Central Park Samaritan's Purse staff members for patients suffering from COVID-19. A Disaster Assistance Response Team, shall be operational too. The 68-bed hospital is expected to be ready by Tuesday.
Mayor de Blasio says that we’d be needing more beds, ventilators and equipment to cater the need . If we reach sufficiency, the city shall assist other cities as well.
Among those who lost their homes was a doctor whose touching photo with his son went viral recently. A powerful tornado ripped through northeast Arkansas on Saturday, injuring six people and destroying homes and businesses. Dr. Jared Burks is a first-year resident fighting the coronavirus pandemic at a hospital in Arkansas. A photo taken by his wife Alyssa Burks has gotten thousands of likes and shares, praising him for his work of helping others. Dr. Burks had been staying away from his family for two weeks, and that photo captured the moment he first saw his son crawl. As his one-year-old son Zeke learns to crawl, Burks can only visit him separated by glass. Burks was inside the home when the tornado hit and survived. The tornado injured at least six people who were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. The tornado injured at least six people who were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. Stores were closed at the mall to help contain the spread of COVID-19. At 5 p.m. on Saturday, that place would've packed, and now, there was hardly anyone there. Power was out in sections of the city, which affects the city's traffic lights. The trains were derailed by the storm, crews examining damage and trying to determine anything hazardous hauling. Search, and rescue crews are continuing to look through the wreckage for more possible victims.
Worldwide count of positive coronavirus cases peaks to 600,000 on Saturday. Most new cases come from Europe and the US. This landmark came just two days after reaching half-a-million. The global count of deaths due to this virus is over 28,000. While the US leads the stats with 104,000 cases, the other five countries exceed its roughly 1700 deaths-Italy, China, Spain, Iran and France. The health system of Italy, Spain and France have been facing extreme strain due to the virus. Europe has implemented lockdown, emptying streets, including Paris where drone photos showed the city's landmarks nearly deserted. Merkel's chief, Helge Braun said, the authorities closed non-essential shops and banned public social gatherings. Spain, which has been following stay-at-home restrictions, reported 832 more deaths, making a total of 5,690 and total positive cases reach 72,000. The medical staff are in exhausting conditions, falling ill for working non-stop. And, nearly 9,000 health workers have been infected. The average age of the patients is around 30-40 years, said an ambulance medic of Barcelona's Dos de Maig Hospital. For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. But for others, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, the virus can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia, and lead to death.
A driver was suspected of driving under the influence and reckless driving. The vehicle was seen weaving in and out of traffic on surface streets crossing the red light.
Authorities chased him. The chase started just before 3 p.m. in a minivan. The suspect fled for more than hour, even after the three tires of Honda Odyssey's, he was driving were shredded. At one point, two tires fell off completely and he was driving on the 105 freeway on two metal rims and one flat tire.
At this point, authorities backed off the chase and went into tracking mode to monitor the suspect. But in South Los Angeles, sheriff's deputies rejoined the chase and then suddenly the suspect was seen waving at pedestrians as the two of shredded tires fell off completely and the suspect was driving it on rims. Eventually, he headed onto the 105 freeway and at last crashed into a guard rail.At this moment, the suspect gave up and held his arms out the window to authorities. Authorities approached him with weapons drawn and were able to physically pull him out the window and take him into custody.
- Till now(2:38 p.m.) the no. of confirmed corona cases in the US are:85,594.
- San Francisco(KGO)-Till now the total number of confirmed cases in San Francisco due to COVID 19 increased to 252.
- 54member got test positive for COVID-19 Hayward.
- Two Grand princess passengers died at Travis Air Force Base.
- 2nd death reported in San Francisco,dozens more test positive.
- US unemployment Nurse at Santa Rita Jail test positive for COVID-19
claims reach record 3.28 million.
MARCH 25, 2020
- 3 employees at Laguna Honda Hospital test positive for coronavirus, facility on lockdown.
- Napa, Solano counties report increase in COVID-19 cases.
- 5th Santa Clara Co. deputy tests positive for COVID-19.
- Gate agent at Oakland International Airport tests positive for COVID-19.
- San Francisco Sheriff's office says it has received confirmation that four more employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
- SFMTA employee tests positive for COVID-19.
- Bay Area death toll has reached 26.
- Prince Charles tests positive COVID-19.
MARCH 24, 2020
- San Francisco announces first COVID-19 related death-5:40 p.m.
- Santa Clara County is reporting three more COVID-19 related deaths, and bringing total to 16.-1:50 p.m.
- SFPD sergeant tests positive for COVID-19.
- 2nd COVID-19 death reported in Alameda County.
- Trump wants country 'opened up' by Easter.
- SF, San Mateo Counties cases rise.
- More than 1.5 billion told to stay at home.
- Tokyo Olympics postponed 1 year due to coronavirus.
- China to lift Wuhan lockdown in early April.
MARCH 23, 2020
- 9 new reported cases of COVID-19 in Marin County at 8:30 p.m.
- San Jose FoodMaxx closes after employee dies from COVID-19 at 8:00 p.m.
- Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office confirms 3 staff members test positive for COVID-19 at 5:00 p.m.
- California shut downed it’s parking lots nearly at 4:40 p.m.
- Newsom announces $100M in emergency grants, additional hospital beds at 4:35 p.m.
- Vallejo police officer tests positive for COVID-19
- 1st death in Alameda County.
- Confirmed cases go up in SF, Santa Cruz counties.
- Marin Co. public health officer announces he has COVID-19.
- Senator Amy Klobuchar's husband has COVID-19.
- NJ testing site reaches capacity before it opens
- Economic stimulus bill talks continue as COVID-19 crisis expands
MARCH 22, 2020
- Napa County confirms first case of COVID-19 at 11 a.m.
- Nation's first 'No touch' drive-through grocery store to open in West Santa Clara Co.
- Santa Clara County confirms two additional deaths, 39 new positive cases for COVID-19
- Napa County confirms second positive COVID-19 case at 5:10 p.m.
MARCH 21, 2020
- A 75-year-old patient at a rehab center in Los Altos tested positive for COVID-19 at 7:30 a.m.
- Mayor London Breed, Supervisor Catherine Stefani announce large donation of personal protective equipment for frontline healthcare workers.
- Santa Clara University student test positive for COVID-19.
- Gov. Newsom directs $42 million in emergency funding to help the state health care system battle COVID-19 pandemic.
- California conducted approximately 26,200 tests as of 2 p.m.
- Gov. Newsom says masks are being delivered to healthcare workers at 5:15 p.m.
UK’s 71-year-old Prince Charles has tested positive for COVID-19, Clarence House said on Wednesday. Clarence House added that he has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home throughout the last few days as usual.
Prince Charles is self-isolating at a royal estate in Scotland according to the Clarence House and his wife 72-year-old Camilla has tested negative and is self isolating separately at Birkhall. The Prince of Wales was tested on Monday and got results on Tuesday and these tests were carried out by the National Health Service in Scotland.
"It is not possible to ascertain from whom the Prince caught the virus owing to the high number of engagements he carried out in his public role during recent weeks," Clarence House said. The monarch last saw Prince Charles briefly after an investiture ceremony for public awards at the palace in London on March 12 and has had a number of private meetings as well.
Queen have also canceled public events as a “sensible precaution” and has moved to Windsor Castle on Thursday a week earlier than planned with her husband 98-year-old Prince Philip.
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Size: 3,540 sq. ft., 7 beds, and 5 baths
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Powerball jackpot faced a technical issue while announcing the numbers. People were waiting for results to be announced but after a long wait they all were turning for drawing where they saw an empty lottery instead of bouncing ball. Later on Saturday, the results were announced online. The results were as 07, 15, 21, 33, 62 and the Powerball is 23.
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Size: 3,215 sq. ft., 3 beds, and 4 baths
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Size: 800 sq. ft, 2 beds, and 1 bath
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On Monday afternoon in Castro Valley at the intersection of Crow Canyon Road and Manter Road, a 12- year old girl was hit by a black Ford F-150 truck while she was crossing the road. The image of the truck and video of the accident was provided by a neighbour’s security camera.
Neighbour Anne Ponugoti’s kid noticed the truck when they were walking home from school. "My daughter said it was a Ford, my son said the tires were large, parked on the hill after school, they'd never seen it before," said Ponugoti. The driver is believed to be of an age around 25.
“The two sisters did everything right and waited for the crosswalk signal. The individual made bad choices which impacted people's lives tonight," said CHP Officer Gabe Walters.