A Romanian couple on holiday in Bali tested positive for COVID-19. Officials report the man and woman are in stable condition after 10 days of being treated in isolation.“I can confirm that we have received the laboratory test results of two foreigners who have been treated for 10 days at Tabanan General Hospital and the result is positive,” the head of the Tabanan Health Agency, Nyoman Suratmika, said on Monday.“Both patients are in stable condition. However, they will remain in isolation until their tests show negative,” he added.Suratmika said the male patient had sought medical treatment first when he began feeling sick. He went to a private hospital in Badung regency before eventually being taken to the Tabanan hospital.“He had a fever, cough and difficulty breathing [upon his arrival at the Tabanan hospital],” he added.As he was showing COVID-19-like symptoms, the hospital decided to treat him in an isolation room, said Suratmika.“After [he stayed for] two days at the Tabanan hospital, his wife began to show similar symptoms, so we also put her in isolation,” he added.Suratmika said after the couple received medical treatment for 10 days, their health started to improve.“We’re grateful to find that the two patients are now in better condition, but since they are still COVID-19-positive we’re still waiting for full tests.“Once they are declared negative for COVID-19, they are allowed to leave [the hospital],” said Suratmika.COVID-19 has so far claimed the life of two foreigners, who were believed to be a British woman and a French man, in Bali. At the moment, an Indonesian man is being treated in a hospital in Bali for COVID-19. With the Romanian couple, the resort island has recorded five COVID-19 cases, with two fatalities, so far.Topics :
Officials in white hazmat suits, masks and visors were seen checking the passports of arriving passengers.All international passengers arriving in Wuhan have to pass a test within 72 hours of departure, Li Yizhuo, director of Wuhan’s Civil Aviation Office, told CCTV.China still bans most foreigners from entering and those allowed have to undergo two weeks of quarantine.South Korean budget carrier T’way will operate one weekly round-trip flight between Wuhan and Incheon International Airport, according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). Other major Chinese cities — including Beijing and Shanghai — already allow direct international flights, but have tightened visa processes and health checks. Topics : China’s Wuhan, ground zero for the coronavirus outbreak sweeping the globe, has re-opened for international flights, ending an eight-month moratorium since the deadly disease first emerged.China stopped international flights in March as global alarm increased about the spread of COVID-19, but has now largely brought the disease under control at home through travel restrictions, testing and lockdowns.A flight operated by South Korean carrier T’way landed at Wuhan’s Tianhe International Airport Wednesday morning with 60 passengers, state broadcaster CCTV reported.
Metro Sport ReporterMonday 22 Apr 2019 9:45 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link73Shares Advertisement Comment Jermaine Jenas felt that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer paid Everton too much respect (Getty Images)Jermaine Jenas believes that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer got his tactics wrong during Manchester United’s humiliating 4-0 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday.Goals from Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott gave Everton a well-deserved victory and condemned United to a sixth defeat in their last eight games in all competitions.United’s players have come in for plenty of criticism in the aftermath of the game with Gary Neville labelling their performance as ’embarrassing’ and ‘rancid’.Jenas also questioned whether United’s players care enough in his BBC column but felt that Solskjaer was also partly at fault for the manner in which he set his side out for the game, suggesting he paid Everton too much respect.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Jermaine Jenas questions Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tactics after Man United’s humiliation against Everton Manchester United were humiliated by Everton at Goodison Park (Getty Images)‘Solskjaer has to take some of the blame for Sunday because, tactically, part of the way United played was his fault,’ Jenas said.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘They should have gone toe-to-toe with Everton from the start, like Tottenham did before Christmas when they went to Goodison Park and destroyed them 6-2.‘Spurs were in Everton’s faces and gave them no time on the ball. They played like they believed they were better than Everton, and said ‘we are going to press you and dictate the tempo of this game’.‘Instead of doing the same, and trying to impose themselves on a weaker team, United sat off Everton – which made no sense to me at all.‘I know that kind of counter-attacking football has worked for them in the past under Solskjaer, and got them results at Arsenal and Tottenham when he first took charge, but I did not really see what they were so afraid of that made them play that way against Everton.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CitySolskjaer cut a forlorn figure after the game and went to apologise to United’s travelling support after the final whistle. When asked whether his players care enough about playing for United, he replied: ‘I don’t know.’Before the game Jenas questioned whether United had made the right decision to appoint Solskjaer permanently, saying that it was an ’emotional’ decision.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors
It was a late and very cold night at Bear Chase Golf Course in Shelbyville last night. BMS came up 6 strokes short to be edged out by a very good Madison team. Scores were Madison 194, Batesville 200, Shelbyville 208, and St. Louis 229.BMS continues to put together a great team score. The Bulldogs were led by Sam Emmons who fired a personal best 47 including a birdie. Drew Wagner shot a 50 followed closely by Dean Campbell with a 51. Other scorers for the Bulldogs included Zach Wagner and Austin Pohlman both with a 52, Kyler Daulton with a 53, Brett Wagner with a 54, and Chase Cummings with a 58.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Sheryl McCreary.The St Louis Golf team played in the four way match tonight versus Shelbyville, Batesville Middle School, and Madison Consolidated at the Bear Chase Golf Club.It was a cold, windy, wet evening that produced some tough conditions to play in. The final score was St Louis 299, Shelbyville 208, Batesville 200, and Madion 194.Leading St Louis was Cayden Pohlman followed by Jon Grieshop, Lucas Anderson, and Abe Streator. St Louis plays next on Monday (5-8) at Hillcrest Country Club.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Randy Streator.
Those surviving who will cherish Karen’s memory include her husband, Perry Combs; son, BJ (Mindy) Scott of Cicero; two daughters, Angela Scott of Noblesville and Lori Scott of Oxford, OH; step-children, Crystal Combs and Jeremy (Kayla) Combs; nine grandchildren, Rylee, Blaine, Averie, Kenley, Zack, Danny, Kris, Tory and Corey. Surviving are also two brothers, John and Ted Seibert. She was preceded in death by her parents. Due to COVID-19 limitations, no more than 25 people at a time can visit with the family, but may do so from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville, Indiana. Services will be for immediate family and burial will follow at Dale Cemetery in Connersville. Karen Combs, of West College Corner, was born on March 25, 1958 in Connersville, a daughter to Robert and Margaret Offet Seibert. She married Perry Combs on April 17, 1999 in Cumberland Falls, Kentucky and he survives. She had been a pharmacy tech at George’s and attended Peace Lutheran Church in Connersville. Karen was a Rainbow girl and loved her kids and grandkids and her furry children as well. She also enjoyed playing the keyboard. On Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at the age of 62, she passed away unexpectedly at Reid Hospital in Richmond. Memorial donations can be made to the Franklin County Humane Society at 107 High Street, Brookville, IN 47012 or to the Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation at www.arthritis.org. To sign the online guestbook or to leave personal message please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.
Associated Press Update on the latest sports August 19, 2020 The decision Wednesday by the 4th District Court of Appeal bars the tapes’ use at trial and could deal a potentially deadly blow to the prosecution. The court decided that Kraft’s rights were violated under the 4th Amendment to the Constitution, which protects against unreasonable searches and seizures. Prosecutors could appeal to the state Supreme Court but if this ruling stands, charges against Kraft and others might be dropped.In other NFL news:— Miami Dolphins linebacker Vince Biegel suffered a significant right leg injury in practice. Coach Brian Flores said Wednesday that the team was still awaiting test results after Biegel was carted off the field Tuesday. Last year Biegel started 10 games, led the Dolphins with 13 quarterback hurries and tied for the team lead with seven tackles for a loss. He had 2½ sacks and also played on special teams. Tampa Bay can close out the Columbus Blue Jackets today, Boston can oust the Carolina Hurricanes, Colorado can eliminate the Arizona Coyotes and Flyers will try to advance against the Montreal Canadiens. MLB-SCHEDULECole tries to extend 20-game win streakUNDATED (AP) — Yankees ace Gerrit Cole can set an AL record by winning his 21st consecutive regular season start when New York hosts the AL East rival Rays. Cole’s 20-game run matches Roger Clemens for the best in AL history, and Hall of Famer Carl Hubbell holds the major league record at 24. Cole hasn’t lost a decision in the regular season since May 22, 2019, against the White Sox while with Houston. The Rays send Tyler Glasnow to the mound.Elsewhere in the majors:— The Red Sox have lost nine in a row, their worst skid since dropping 10 straight in 2014. Michael Chavis struck out five times in a 13-6 loss to Philadelphia last night. Lefty Kyle Hart will try to end the slump and earn his first big league win when he starts against Jake Arrieta and the Phillies today at Fenway Park.— The Dodgers have won seven in a row and own the best record in the majors at 18-7. They sent the Mariners to their seventh straight loss Tuesday. Then the teams went straight from Dodger Stadium, where it was 102 degrees for the first pitch, to the airport for the two-hour flight to Seattle, where Los Angeles sends Julio Urías against Taijuan Walker.— Matt Harvey is set to make his debut for the Kansas City Royals, trying to resurrect a career that’s been filled with starts and stops for the former All-Star. The 31-year-old Harvey is scheduled to start the second game of a seven-inning doubleheader against Cincinnati at Kauffman Stadium. The Reds have been out of action since a player returned a positive test Friday night. Once dominant with the Mets, Harvey did well enough for the Reds in 2018, but was 3-5 with a 7.09 ERA for the Angels last year. Harvey pitched in the minors for Oakland late last season and signed with the Royals last month. — The Tigers will debut another prized pitching prospect when Casey Mize starts against the White Sox. A night after left-hander Tarik Skubal allowed four runs in two innings in his first big league appearance, Mize will try to do better. The right-hander was the first overall pick in the 2018 draft and helped form a dominant rotation at Double-A Erie with Skubal last year. — The Astros have won a season-high six straight after beating Colorado 2-1 at Minute Maid Park. The clubs now open a series at Coors Field when Houston’s Framber Valdez opposes Ryan Castellani.NFL-NEWSFlorida appeals court rules secret videos can’t be used in Kraft massage caseUNDATED (AP) — A Florida appeals court has ruled that police violated the rights of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and others when they secretly video recorded them paying for massage parlor sex acts. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNHL PLAYOFFSLightning, Bruins, Avalanche, Flyers look to clinch their seriesUNDATED (AP) — The Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston Bruins, Colorado Avalanche and Philadelphia Flyers are one win away from advancing in the NHL playoffs. Those teams are up 3-1 in their respective first-round series and have up to three opportunities to close out best-of-seven matchups against lower-seeded opponents.
Everton are seeking a first Premier League win since the end of October this evening. However, Ronald Koeman’s side welcome an in-form Arsenal to Goodison Park tonight. Tonight’s other game sees Leicester looking to follow their win over Manchester City with three points away to Bournemouth.
StumbleUpon BGC: Government must ‘act fast’ and extend furlough scheme August 11, 2020 Share Share As Boris Johnson’s trip over to the continent has continued to attract attention from UK media, Paddy Power has shortened its odds on whether BoJo can secure a deal with Angela Merkel where a backstop doesn’t exist, despite her outlining a hard line 30-day time limit.The Irish bookmaker has been offering odds of 8/1 that BoJo can agree a deal with Merkel where a backstop doesn’t exist, within her 30-day time limit.Paddy Power has also outlined that it’s no longer odds-on that we will see a no-deal Brexit following the negotiations, currently priced at 13/10, with odds shortened on some form of Brexit deal being passed in 2019 – priced at 8/15. Spokesman Paddy Power said: “BoJo entered negotiations with the EU like a bull in a china shop, but they like that kind of thing in Europe, and he’s already made more progress this week than Theresa May did in her entire tenure.“Clearly, there’s a long way to go, and a lot of negotiation to be had, but the tide is turning (again) for the odds on a ‘No Deal’ Brexit.”Interestingly, Paddy Power has continued to offer odds of 2/5 on whether a general election will take place later this year. Boris Johnson has said to have ‘put his foot in it’ yesterday, however, following a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, who added that the Ireland-Northern Ireland backstop plan – vehemently opposed by BoJo – was somewhat ‘indispensable’ in preserving both political stability and the single market.Macron did however said that he was “very confident” that the UK would be able to come to an agreement with EU would be able to find a solution to the Irish-Northern Irish border within 30 days ”if there is a good will on both sides”. Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Submit Paddy Power raises awareness of Missing People with Motherwell ‘silhouette’ stand August 7, 2020 Related Articles
The Refereeing Technical Committee has decided to put the man in the midst of the Elche vs Madrid controversy, Muñiz Fernández on ice.His name does not currently appear in the line-ups for the next two sets of fixtures. According to radio station ‘Cope’, the punishment is the result of his performance in the Barcelona-Sevilla game, although the Elche game will not have given this controversial referee any plus points.AnalysedThe events at Elche’s Martínez Valero stadium on Wednesday will be analysed by the committee on Tuesday. According to ‘Cope’, the refereeing committee is determined to keep him away from any Elche games for the rest of the season.Furthermore, in January he will cease to officiate internationals and a relegation to the second division looks certain at the end of this season.Disallowed On 14th September, Muñiz took centre stage in the game between Barcelona and Sevilla after inexplicably disallowing a goal by Cala which would have put Sevilla back on level terms at the Camp Nou. The referee marked an apparent foul by the Sevilla player on Alves as he headed home.Sevilla’s anger multiplied moments later when Alexis scored the winning goal for Barcelona after the added time which was initially announced had already transpired.
The Dodgers trailed 1-0 at the time, but had runners on first and second base with one out. Facing San Fernando High product Miguel Gonzalez, Puig took four pitches – all on the borderline of the strike zone – to draw a walk that loaded the bases. The next batter, Logan Forsythe, hit a sacrifice fly deep enough to score Cody Bellinger with the game-tying run.Again in the eighth inning, Puig batted with runners on first and second and one out. This time he faced a left-handed pitcher, Aaron Bummer (1-4). Roberts had three right-handed hitting position players on the bench – Austin Barnes, Rob Segedin and Kiké Hernandez – but again challenged Puig, who’s batting .146 against lefties this season.Again, Puig drew a walk. Forsythe then grounded into an easy forceout, eliminating Bellinger at home plate, but the Dodgers went on to rally for five runs in the inning to make a close game look like so many that have come before it. The Dodgers improved the major leagues’ best record to 84-34.“I think (Puig) responded very well” to the challenge, Roberts said. “It’s something that rightfully he’s earned, and you look at his at-bat quality tonight: very good.”“I’m just worried about being in the lineup and being able to help my team,” Puig said through an interpreter. LOS ANGELES >> The Dodgers’ magic number is so low, they can clinch a playoff berth before the calendar turns to September. They are 50 games over .500 for the first time since 1953. Still, the schedule insists that the regular season lasts another six weeks.For Manager Dave Roberts, that means finding new ways to challenge his players. He batted Yasiel Puig sixth on Tuesday in a 6-1 win over Chicago White Sox, only the second time Puig has batted higher than eighth in the lineup since May.“It’s not necessarily a reward, but I think the opportunity for Yasiel to hit a little higher makes our club better,” Roberts said. “A lot of it is contingent upon performance.”Puig’s first challenge arrived in the sixth inning. In addition to his two walks, Puig nearly homered in the second inning – his fly ball was caught a few feet short of the fence – and dove to make a catch in right field in the ninth.Roberts was correct to point out that Puig has faced plenty of adversity as a number-8 hitter this season. But moving him up in the lineup seemed to pay off.Forsythe, the number-7 hitter, faced just as much pressure in the batter’s box as Puig did Tuesday. So did new number-8 hitter Joc Pederson, who entered the game mired in a 1-for-August slump. Pederson managed to drive in the go-ahead run without getting a hit.With the bases still loaded and Jake Petricka on the mound in relief of Bummer, Pederson absorbed a 96-mph fastball in his leg. Yasmani Grandal trotted home with the go-ahead run, the first of five in the inning.Ten Dodgers batted before the side was retired. Barnes drove in two runs with a single. So did Corey Seager.Dodgers starter Alex Wood did not factor into the decision, but perhaps he should have. The left-hander allowed one run on six hits over seven innings. He didn’t walk a batter and struck out six.Wood had only thrown 79 pitches when he was replaced by a pinch hitter in the bottom of the seventh inning. He lowered his earned-run average to 2.30 – third among all major league pitchers who have thrown at least 100 innings.Tim Anderson gave the White Sox a 1-0 lead when he hit a home run on Wood’s first pitch of the game. Wood recovered from that mistake, and also got out of a seventh-inning jam after allowing a leadoff double to Leury Garcia. Garcia represented the go-ahead run on third base when Wood struck out pinch hitter Alen Hansen on a 92-mph fastball to end the inning.“I didn’t feel like I had my best stuff, but we made some pitches,” Wood said. “It was kind of an interesting dynamic, because they’ve been one of the most aggressive teams in all of baseball. It was a lot more of my secondary stuff tonight. I felt we were able to command that for the most part … not a lot of solid contact besides the leadoff homer.”Seager and Justin Turner each had two of the Dodgers’ nine hits.Brandon Morrow (5-0) pitched a scoreless eighth inning before Josh Fields and Tony Cingrani handled the ninth in a non-save situation.Puig did not record a hit, but he became the latest Dodger to rise to the occasion in a small but meaningful way. Batting in front of the pitcher, it made sense that he would see so few pitches to hit, the precursor to all those walks. Batting sixth, it made sense that Puig would have to earn his base.The day began for Puig at a local elementary school. His charity, the Wild Horse Foundation, distributed backpacks and soccer balls and high-fives from Puig himself. The day ended with more high-fives. The Dodgers still seem content to celebrate their wins in traditional fashion.As a teenager, Puig said, “one time I was on a team that lost 58 of 60. I don’t think I’ve ever been on a team like this.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error