Restaurants in SA ask for help Adelaide
Restaurants in SA ask for help
People in South Australia visit restaurant more rarely. Everything because of coronavirus panic in the state. Now residents prefer cooking and eating at home to eating out. However, owners of the cafes in Adelaide ask people to visit them to maintain their economy. They inform that visiting restaurants has reduced twice in the state since the beginning of the pandemic. Moreover, most cafes now use heightened rules of hygiene and do not take cash or checks. It makes them quite safe.
Lots of restaurants in Adelaide provide people with takeaway food without physical contact. You just came up to the window and take your food. You also can find sales everywhere now up to 50%.
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Two more coronavirus cases in SA
The government has announced that six more special clinics for the infected with coronavirus will be opened outside Adelaide. One of them has already opened and it is situated in Adelaide Hills.
It has also become known about two more cases of infection. These are two men, one flew from Germany, and another one - from the US. They communicated a lot and have been hospitalized. The number of the infected in South Australia is 32 now. Four among them are isolated at home. And more than 600 people every day undergo a coronavirus test.
Police has also stopped using alcohol and drug tests, because of the risk to be infected.
Public health emergency in SA
Today the Prime Minister of South Australia has announced a public health emergency because of fear of spreading coronavirus. He said it is a brand new experience for the state and every guide and direction must take all the necessary steps to prevent growing of pandemic. Now there are 20 cases of the infection in SA. The last one is a 60-year-old. Every infected person has recently returned from the foreign land, mostly from the US. Public emergency had already been announced in Queensland before.
The Prime Minister said the goverment took the pandemic very seriously and was ready to cooperate with other states and countries, though some experts say the possibility to be infected is very low.
A baby died in a road accident in Adelaide
Yesterday before 1 AM two cars collided next to Adelaide Hills. There were four people in the wagon, one of them is a 2-month-old baby. Everyone has been taken to hospital after the accident. Two men are stable. But the baby felt much worse on the next day and, unfortunately, died. The 42-year-old driver has been accused in dangerous driving and death of the child by police today. He is to face the court in the nearest future.
That very night a motorcyclist smashed into a pillar. Ambulance immediately came to the place and tried their best to save the life, but the driver died. These are 25th and 26th deaths in SA this year.
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Games which can prevent domestic violence
Susannah Emery is a programmer from Adelaide. She creates games and one of the last ones lets people understand how to communicate with people who undergo domestic violence. The game's interface is a sort of chat and you speak with a bot which is allegedly a victim. People can learn how they may help such people. The bot is called Hannah, by the name of the woman, who was killed in Brisbane. It is not the first useful app by Mrs Emery, she created a game which helps children of different nationalities to learn.
Now women are taking leading places in the game industry in Australia. As we can see, they are needed not to just entertain, but to help as well.
Cancelled events in Adelaide
The government of South Australia ask people not to be so panic-stricken during the coronavirus pandemic. They say people should keep calm before cancelling lots of mass events in Adelaide and around the state. Yesterday almost ten thousand people have attended Nitro Circus in Adelaide. It is probably the last mass meeting this month in the capital of SA.
There are now 13 cases of infection with coronavirus in South Australia in specific medical centres in Adelaide. Fortunately, 6 people have already recovered.
Recently the government has forbidden any meeting with more than 500 people and advise those, who feel not well, not to attend any meetings and places with many people.
People in Adelaide are madly stocking up
Coronavirus panic in South Australia reached mad point. People in Adelaide are madly stocking up. Directors of Adelaide's supermarkets say this is the most overloaded time of this year, even Christmas shopping is not so devastating as the present one. Now some supermarkets have to employ more workers and some number of products are limited to buy for customers, who want to buy everything. Shop assistants say they have never seen so functioning capacity of the stores.
Some customers spend up to 1000 dollars in one time of shopping, lots of shelves in the state's supermarket are bare. And the stores are not in time with supplying.
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Temperature changes in Sydney
Wonderful weather conditions are coming to New South Wales and Sydney. Meteorologists say that Wednesday will be the beginning of heat wave. It begins with 29 degrees and will grow till 30 on Thursday and Friday. The sky is expected to be clear and weak winds will create perfect conditions for beach relax. So, people who live near beaches will be tempted to start work later or to finish it earlier. Temperature will fall a little on Friday, closer to the evening.
Meteorologists are also talking about too warm winter that can come to Australia this year. Last year it led to a drought and terrible bushfires, it also can lead to death of many corals in the ocean.
The scientist must be self-isolated in Sydney hotel
Recently the scientist from Sydney Allison Tong has travelled to Austria for some professional business. While returning home from Europe, she got into coronavirus pandemic. She had two options to go home and be isolated for two weeks or to stay in Asia. She chose the first variant.
Now Mrs Tong is in one of Sydney hotels not far from her home and must not physically communicate with the world. She said, it was a weird feeling to return to Sydney and not to go home. She was in London airport when heard that Australian Prime Minister forbade flights and she must be in some self-quarantine. The professor works in the hospital for children and flew to Europe with her medical research.
Pizza attacks in Sydney
In February unknown men attacked a house in the western part of Sydney. One of these men pretending a pizza delivery. When he came up to the door, a 58-year-old owner of the house appeared. After three other men broke into the house and attacked the owner. He fell faint and the criminals took him into their cars. Two days later the victim came to the hospital with serious injures of arms and his face. Police inform that a big sum of money was paid to take the man safe.
Recently the video footage from CCTV in the victim's house has been published in the Internet. There you can see the attacker, the man from false pizza delivery service. Police are still investigating the case, so, if you have any related information, turn to a police department.
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Traveling without tickets in DTC buses became expensive
Passengers traveling without tickets or passes in DTC or cluster buses will now have to pay a fine of Rs 500 instead of Rs 200.
The fine has been increased after the new notification issued by the Transport Department came into effect from Sunday.
The Department of Transportation is expected to increase revenue by increasing fines on bettik passengers.
Although the journey for women in buses is free, more than 50 percent of the passengers are pass holders.
100 new low floor AC buses will run in Delhi from next week
Only last month, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal flagged off 100 low floor AC buses, after which now 100 low floor new AC buses in Delhi will be flagged by DTC next week. The number of cluster buses is being increased for the convenience of passengers.
The problem of passengers is expected to improve after the introduction of 200 low floor new AC buses on the roads.
Passengers will not have to face problems due to the introduction of state-of-the-art buses on the roads. Already, the cluster has about 2100 buses in its fleet, while about 3700 buses of DTC are running on the roads.
Punishments of disturbances of quarantine for corona virus in different countries
In China, they can be executed for this.
Punishment for violation of quarantine for corona virus:
— China: deprivation of liberty from 10 years to life in prison or the death penalty.
— Ukraine: imprisonment from 5 to 8 years.
— Israel: imprisonment from 3 to 7 years.
— Russia: imprisonment of up to 5 years.
— South Korea: imprisonment of up to 1 year and a fine of up to $8,200.
— Singapore: imprisonment of up to 6 months and a fine of up to $7,100.
— Italy: imprisonment of up to 3 months.- Czech Republic: fine up to $130,000.
— USA: fine from $200 to $2,000 (New York State).
— Kazakhstan (violation of home quarantine): fine of 5 MCI (13,000 tenge).