The world is fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Image) The Shubert Theater was closed during the Coronavirus pandemic on April 8th in New York City. The Broadway League announced today that the theaters will remain closed until June 7th and the 2019-2020 season will end effectively.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds speaks to the press during a daily coronavirus briefing on April 8 at the State Emergency Operations Center in Johnston, Iowa.
In the middle of the coronavirus pandemic in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 8, a lawn sign can be seen on which the deliverers thank.
The Los Angeles Coliseum sports arena is empty as the coronavirus continues to spread in Los Angeles on April 8.
Personal bottles of hand sanitizer are on the desk of every member of the South Carolina House before a special one-day legislative session on April 8 in Columbia.
On April 8, in Orinda, California, a sign can be seen at the entrance to the Orinda Care Center that says the center is now closed to visitors.
Detroit bus driver JaVita Brown wears gloves and a protective mask during the April 8 COVID 19 outbreak in Detroit. Free surgical masks will be available to buses in Detroit from Wednesday, a new precaution the city is taking against the new corona virus.
During the outbreak of the coronavirus in New York on April 8, a sign can be seen on the window of an apartment that thanks the employees at the front.
During the April 7 presidential election in Wisconsin, voters at Riverside University High School fill out ballot papers.
Hospital staff displays a thank you card after U.S. businessman Michael ‘BigMike’ Straumietis donated masks to Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank on April 7.
Signs of prisoners asking for help can be seen on a window of the Cook County Prison in Chicago on April 7th.
Unused rental cars fill the parking lot at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on April 7th.
A woman leaves Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan after receiving thank you messages on the sidewalk in New York City on April 7.
A passerby wears a mask out of concern for the coronavirus as he walks past a public service sign in Boston on April 7.
At the White House on April 7, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (left) listens to President Donald Trump during a conference call with banks about efforts to help small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
People practice social distancing while waiting in line to enter a grocery store in Miami Beach, Florida on April 7th.
In front of the City Hall in Boston on April 7, Mayor Marty Walsh speaks at a press conference about the city’s efforts to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
A grocery store employee sprays a hand sanitizer into a customer’s hand when entering the Miami Beach, Florida store on April 7.
A sign in Los Angeles on April 7 encourages people to take safety precautions by not touching their faces as the coronavirus infections accelerate.
A scarecrow in a white coat next to a sign that reads “Thank you to healthcare workers!” on April 7th in Owings, Maryland.
The Archbishop of Los Angeles, Jose H. Gomez, is celebrating the Chrism Mass in Los Angeles on April 6 for the faithful of the country’s largest Catholic archdiocese. Without the possibility of a public fair and of visitors due to the new coronavirus pandemic, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels broadcasts its services live.
New York City nurses and health workers gather on April 6 for a COVID-19 Frontline Health Worker Action event to demand safer working conditions, more personal protective equipment (PPE), and free virus testing.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence (C) speaks during a briefing after a meeting of his coronavirus task force on April 6 in the Brady Press Briefing Room in the White House.
Jack Graham Jr. (L) and his friend William Wentworth win with 10,000 dice on April 6th in the exhibition center at the Seattle Center in Seattle, Washington. The room currently has 150 beds six feet apart and operated by the Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC).
City of Sunrise employees put food provided by the Feeding South Florida food bank in the vehicles of the needy on April 6th. The number of people requesting food aid during the coronavirus pandemic increased by 600 percent.
NYU Langone Health employees greet medical personnel and key personnel at the front line of the coronavirus pandemic on April 6 in New York City.
The Archbishop of Los Angeles, Jose H. Gomez, is celebrating the Chrism Mass in Los Angeles on April 6 for the faithful of the country’s largest Catholic archdiocese. Without the possibility of a public fair and visitors due to the new coronavirus pandemic, Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral broadcasts its services live.
Dr. Periodontist Diana Sedler puts on a mask on April 6 in Burbank, California that was created by a 3D printer and designed by her family’s company, the Burbank Dental Lab. The laboratory typically manufactures dental products such as dentures and night watchmen and equipment, and has shifted some of its efforts to manufacturing masks for healthcare workers struggling with the lack of protective equipment.
Aerial view of light traffic amid the coronavirus pandemic during rush hour on South Figueroa Street and 110 Freeway in Los Angeles on April 6.
People walk down a street in St. Louis on April 6, wearing face coverings. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are now recommending wearing face cloths in public facilities after recent studies have shown that a significant proportion of the population can transmit the coronavirus without showing symptoms.
Oklahoma State MP Harold Wright, left, R-Weatherford, is leading a special session at Oklahoma House as the house limits the number of members who will be on the ground in Oklahoma City on April 6 due to COVID-19 concerns allowed to.
Passengers on the cruise ship Coral Princess board a charter flight at Miami International Airport during the coronavirus outbreak on April 6 in Miami.
Cuddly toys (mostly teddy bears) are placed in windows or under porches to provide kids with a fun and safe activity as they walk around their neighborhood in Washington on April 6 with their parents.
A police officer from the Texas Department of Public Security talks to a driver at a checkpoint in Orange, Texas, near the Louisiana state border on April 6. Soldiers examine drivers crossing the Louisiana-Texas border on I-10 to determine if they need to quarantine them for 14 days following an order from Governor Greg Abbott for the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak to comply.
Jim Carpenter protests Tuesday’s planned election in the middle of the Coronavirus pandemic on April 6 in downtown Milwaukee.
On April 6, a medical worker performs patient samples in a walk-in test facility at George Washington University in Washington to be tested for coronavirus in a cooler labeled “NIH” on the side.
A sign stretches across a footbridge that serves as a checkpoint to screen employees for coronavirus symptoms before entering the Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas at Austin on April 6.
“We’ll Get Thru This” on the quay, which is almost completely empty due to the outbreak of the corona virus in Washington on April 6, is written on a sign at The Anthem.
A visibly upset woman leans against a wall outside Wyckoff Hospital in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood on April 5 in New York.
9-year-old Eliza Cazarez replenishes her neighborhood pantry, which she and her family take care of for needy neighbors as a result of the coronavirus pandemic on April 5 in Laveen, Arizona. Her father Orlando Cazarez from Carver Mountain Woodcraft helped her and her brothers build the pantry from scrap wood, license plates, and other materials.
Australian citizens who have been on board the MS Zaandam and Coral Princess cruises and have now been released to fly after quarantine are waiting in line to receive their boarding passes for a specially chartered United Airlines flight that will take them to San International Airport Francisco returns to Australia to slow the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in San Francisco, California on April 5.
View of a room at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center to prepare for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients in New Orleans, Louisiana, April 5.
United States President Donald Trump speaks about the government’s response to the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) during the Coronavirus Task Force’s daily briefing at the White House in Washington on April 5.
Sisters Sylvia (R), Stephanie Falcomer and grandson Peter Henry host a “socially distant” 94th birthday party for their mother and grandmother Marcella Falcomer, who came to America from Italy in 1955 when she and her relatives on a zoom- Video conference during the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in West Nyack, New York, April 5.
New Yorkers with face masks as a precaution against the new type of coronavirus (COVID-19) in front of graffiti walls in New York City on April 5.
Priest Melake Genet Komos Aba Teklehaimanot of the Worcester Debre Genet Kidist Kidane Meheret Tewahedo Orthodox Church drives on April 5 in Worcester, Massachusetts, in the back of a pickup truck that offers blessings in the midst of the pandemic.
People hug when a band plays at Cafe 247 in Lucerne Valley, California on April 5.
An aerial drone photograph shows how owner Reggie Haskins and lead tech Emmanuel Walker of Bio Aftermath Solutions cleaned all patrol vehicles for the southwestern Baltimore Police Department in Maryland on April 5 after at least one officer tested positive for coronavirus Police Commissioner Michael Harrison ordered the entire district to be closed for cleaning and ordered the quarantine of all district personnel. Each remaining district sent a sergeant and eight officers to assume district police responsibility.
View of the quay after the Mayor of Washington DC ordered the pandemic to be contained after signs of overcrowding occurred on April 5 in Washington, DC on April 5.
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Almost 100 residents had to be removed from a nursing home in Southern California on Wednesday after a large proportion of the staff stopped attending work.
The Magnolia Rehabilitation and Care Center in Riverside has 39 confirmed cases of coronavirus, district officials said, and 13 of its employees were absent on two consecutive days. It’s unclear exactly why they went AWOL, but with a shortage of nursing assistants, 40 ambulances had to take patients to other facilities – a process that took several hours.
This type of care facility has been hard hit by COVID-19 as the age and health conditions of its residents make it more susceptible to the virus. Nursing homes across the country are closed to visitors and have become hot spots for corona viruses in many different states.
“The community’s residential facilities pose a greater risk for COVID-19,” Brooke Federico, Riverside County’s information officer, told the Los Angeles Times, “because they are groups of people.” [living] together and unfortunately people who are in qualified care facilities are in a vulnerable population because they are older and have underlying health conditions. “
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