COVID red zone violations caught on camera in New York City spark concern

MIDWOOD, Brooklyn (WABC) — As officials push to lower the number of COVID-19 cases in New York City’s hot zones, enforcement concerns continue.

There have been several incidents of people blatantly not following the restrictions in those red zones – and there is fear about what this could mean as work continues to curb the infection rate.

Tuesday night in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, a crowd was spotted leaving what appeared to be a large indoor gathering.

Many people were seen on camera not wearing masks.

And on the same day that the mayor praised efforts to suppress the coronavirus, Eyewitness News found hundreds of young children being dismissed from a school.

They were herded onto buses Tuesday afternoon, some wearing masks, some not. All of them were attending Bais Yaacov School on 51st Street.

The building is inside the state’s red zone and should have been closed starting last week.

This

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Troilus Discovers New Goldfield Boulder Zone 36 Km From Troilus Mine With Samples up to 26.2 g/t Gold and 27.8 g/t Silver

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Troilus Property, Regional Geology and Location of the New Goldfield Zone
Troilus Property, Regional Geology and Location of the New Goldfield Zone
Troilus Property, Regional Geology and Location of the New Goldfield Zone

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Close-up of the Goldfield Boulder Zone
Close-up of the Goldfield Boulder Zone
Close-up of the Goldfield Boulder Zone

TORONTO, Oct. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Troilus Gold Corp. (TSX: TLG) (OTCQB: CHXMF) (“Troilus” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the latest results from its summer 2020 regional exploration program on its 100%-owned Troilus Project, located within the Frôtet-Evans Greenstone Belt of northern Quebec. The program focused on identifying high priority targets within the extensive land package Troilus acquired and staked earlier in the year (the “Troilus-Frôtet Property”) (see press releases dated April 28, 2020 and July 21, 2020). Initial results collected 28 km southwest of the recently announced Beyan Gold Zone Discovery (see press release dated September 30, 2020), have outlined another new zone of mineralization: the Goldfield Boulder

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Demystifying Critical Zone Science to Make It More Inclusive

Each of us lives on this planet differently. The way in which we are affected by or have an effect on our surroundings changes from person to person, from community to state to nation. As critical zone scientists, perhaps we understand that more than many scientists. We study the layer of our planet from the treetops down to the base of groundwater, where the interactions between our natural habitat and all of Earth’s living creatures are complex and constantly evolving.

If we are to do our research successfully, diverse alliances are important. This truth motivated our group to form the Critical Zone Research Coordination Network (CZ-RCN), launched in 2019 and funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Fifteen years ago, NSF established the Critical Zone Observatories, a group of diverse sites around the United States and Puerto Rico selected for intensive critical zone research, and today the observatories are preparing

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