A third of 311 calls are coronavirus-related: TRD Insights

first_imgIn the past two weeks, nearly a third of all NYC’s 311 calls have been about coronavirus, while total call volume has declined (Credit: iStock)On Jan. 22 at 10:38 a.m., New York City’s 311 hotline received its first inquiry about the new coronavirus.There was no dedicated category for Covid-19 yet, so the call was lumped in with “Novel Coronavirus or Middle East Respiratory Syndrome,” according to records published on NYC Open Data. Now there are four Covid categories.Since that first call, 311 has received more than 100,000 inquiries related to the deadly new coronavirus, with the vast majority coming in after March 11, when the World Health Organization declared the disease a pandemic and the Dow Jones Industrial Average entered a bear market. In the past two weeks, nearly a third of all 311 calls have been about the coronavirus, an analysis by The Real Deal found.Percentage of 311 calls related to the coronavirusTotal 311 calls and coronavirus-related 311 calls, March 1 to April 12.On a day-by-day basis, the analysis shows that coronavirus-related calls spiked to over 5,000 on March 16, the day restaurants and bars were limited to takeout, public schools were closed to students and the stock market saw its biggest drop since 1987. Wealthy New Yorkers began planning their exit strategies. Calls slowed for a few days, picked up when Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced workplace closures, then eased as the reality of his “New York on Pause” set in.Another surge in calls began at the end of March as Covid-19 patients began flooding city hospitals for tests and treatment, an indication that the virus had spread rapidly just before social distancing measures were implemented. Since then, the volume of coronavirus calls has stabilized at about 4,000 a day — a bit more on weekdays.At the same time, the total volume of 311 calls per week has declined because the number of non-coronavirus calls has fallen by more than the number of coronavirus-related inquiries has risen. This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

Clowney’s father denied bond on attempted murder charges

first_imgROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — The father of Houston Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has been denied bond after being charged with attempted murder in a shooting at a Rock Hill bar.A lawyer asked for bond because David Morgan was hurt in the shooting Tuesday. Local media reported that police opposed the request because of the seriousness of the charges.Morgan also was charged with possession of a weapon during a violent crime.A police report said Morgan was removed from the bar for sitting on a stage. Police said he was seen later at the back of the property before firing several rounds at Braxton Homesley. Police say Homesley returned fire.Officers picked up Morgan at Piedmont Medical Center. He was being treated for a gunshot wound to the shoulder.last_img

12th African Games: Nigeria Dominate Women Wrestling, Wins Five of Six Possible Gold Medals

first_imgTeam Nigeria, on Thursday, dominated women wrestling at the 2019 African Games, at El Jadida, Morocco, winning all but one of the six gold medals on offer to reaffirm her supremacy in the sport on the continent.Reigning African Games gold medalists Blessing Oborududu (68kg), Odunayo Adekuoroye (57kg), Mercy Genesis (50kg) and Aminat Adeniyi (62kg) were all impressive as they retained their titles, as well as African Champion Blessing Onyebuchi (76kg), while 2018 African champion Bose Samuel (53kg) settled for silver after losing to Cameroon’s Essombe Joseph 2-4 in the final.The five gold-medalists did not concede a point in their respective final bouts.Genesis, a multiple African champion, outclassed Tunisia’s Sara Hamdi 10-0 via technical superiority to clinch gold, while World No. 3 Adekuoroye also made light work of Egypt’s Emmam Ibrahim, dismantling the North African 10-0 by superiority to retain her crown. Mercy Genesis won 50kg gold Odunayo Adekuoroye made light work of Egypt’s Emmam Ibrahim Two-time Commonwealth champion Adeniyi also overcame her opponent Berthe Ngolle of Cameroon 9-0 in the final to successfully retain her African Games gold.It was also a stroll in the park for reigning Commonwealth champion Oborududu, who subdued Anta Sambou of Senegal 6-0 via pinfall in the final; haven easily beaten Egypt’s Hamza Samir – a World silver-medalist – 10-0 in the earlier rounds. Aminat Adeniyi took gold in the 62kg class African champion Onyebuchi capped a memorable and highly successful day for the female wrestlers, clinching gold as well in the 76kg class, dispatching Ivorian Amy Youin 10-0 to land the coveted prize.Earlier on Wednesday, Team Nigeria’s Tochukwu Okeke (87kg) claimed bronze in the Greco Roman event.Action will be wrapped up in wrestling on Friday in the men’s Freestyle events, with the likes of Amas Daniel (65kg), Emmanuel Ogbonna (74kg), Soso Tamarau, Sinivie Boltic, Ebikewenimo Welson (57kg) and Melvin Bibo expected to rack in more medals for the country.RelatedAfrican Championships: Adekuoroye Rises To World No. 1 As Nigeria Claims Record Women’s TitleFebruary 9, 2020In “Wrestling”Team Nigeria Set for African Wrestling Championships Despite OddsMarch 28, 2019In “Wrestling”WRESTLING: Team Nigeria Departs For World ChampionshipsSeptember 12, 2019In “Wrestling”last_img read more

Mona Shores girls, boys bowling teams defeat Muskegon

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