He went on to say that the total number of infected patients in towers 4 and 5 was over 1,600 each, while towers 6 and 7 housed around 1,800 patients.He explained that in past weeks, the numbers of patients staying in towers 4 and 5 had reached over 2,000.Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) deputy chairman Slamet Budiarto said that it was hard to predict whether Indonesia had reached a peak in total number of coronavirus cases.“Jakarta had the highest number of [COVID-19 cases] in March and April. But then East Java claimed the status. Now that East Java has seen a decreasing number of cases, Jakarta’s number has gone up again,” Slamet said.As of Monday, Jakarta recorded a total of 80,036 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 65,295 recoveries and 1,772 deaths.Read also: Indonesian health system might collapse soon: COVID-19 task forceOn the decrease of the occupancy rate in the Wisma Atlet hospital, Tugas said that the availability of hotels that provided rooms for asymptomatic patients might be a contributing factor.“Previously, people would directly go to Wisma Atlet for self-isolation, but now some may have gone to the hotels,” he said.He also said that the lower rate of occupancy at Wisma Atlet had helped ease the burden of healthcare workers who were on duty at the emergency hospital. During the discussion, Slamet discussed the situation in other provinces.He said that most doctors in other provinces complained about a lack of medicine, as opposed to fatigue. “They only complain when they’re running out of medicine stocks,” he said. Therefore, Slamet urged the government to provide the necessary supplies needed to treat COVID-19 patients, such as ventilators and medicines.“The government has programs to decrease the numbers of infections and deaths. If the [doctors] are ready, but the medicines are unavailable, it’s going to disrupt the healthcare service,” he said.Both Tugas and Slamet also encouraged the public to help flatten the curve by practicing the “3Ms” of health protocols: menggunakan masker (mask-wearing), mencuci tangan (handwashing) and menjaga jarak (social distancing). (jes) Editor’s note: This article is part of a public campaign by the COVID-19 task force (Satgas COVID-19) to raise people’s awareness about the pandemic.Topics : Tugas Ratmono, coordinator for the COVID-19 emergency hospital, said during a virtual discussion hosted by the national COVID-19 task force on Monday that apartment towers 4 and 5 were currently being used to treat asymptomatic patients.As of Monday morning, the occupancy rates of towers 4 and 5 were 40 and 60 percent, respectively.Meanwhile, the occupancy rates of towers 6 and 7, which are used to treat patients with moderate symptoms, have gone down to 59 and 66 percent.“Previously, [the occupancy rates of all towers] could reach 90 percent,” Tugas explained. The Wisma Atlet Kemayoran emergency hospital for COVID-19 patients in Central Jakarta has seen a decrease in the number of infected patients.The makeshift hospital, which served as an athletes village for the 2018 Asian Games, is currently operating four towers to treat COVID-19 patients.
Shell has hired a Dolphin Drilling semi-submersible drilling rig for work on the Knarr field in Norway.Borgland Dolphin rig / Image by Stig Silden/Wikimedia – shared under CC BY-SA 3.0 licenseThe drilling contractor said Monday that the oil company would charter the Borgland Dolphin drilling rig, starting between February and May 2020.The contract includes drilling of one well at the Knarr field and two one well options. The fixed contract value is $15 million including mobilization cost.“This contract reintroduces Dolphin Drilling and Borgland Dolphin to drilling services in Norway,” Dolphin Drilling said.Knarr is a field in the northern part of the North Sea, 50 kilometers northeast of the Snorre field. The water depth is 400 meters. It started producing oil in 2015 under the operatorship of BG, which was subsequently bought by Shell.Borgland Dolphin is currently undergoing preparation for contract start-up with i3 Energy in the UK North Sea. The contract with i3 Energy is expected to start between July and August 2019.i3 Energy will use the rig to the Liberator and Serenity wells in the UK Sector of the North SeaOffshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Offshore Energy Today, established in 2010, is read by over 10,000 industry professionals daily. We had nearly 9 million page views in 2018, with 2.4 million new users. This makes us one of the world’s most attractive online platforms in the space of offshore oil and gas and allows our partners to get maximum exposure for their online campaigns. If you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today contact our marketing manager Mirza Duran for advertising options.
US President Donald Trump gave a special mention to cricket greats Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli during a visit to India on Monday – but it was probably the first time he had spoken their names. In a speech at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad – the world’s largest cricket stadium – Trump incorrectly pronounced the name of India’s greatest ever player as “Soo-chin Tendul-kerr”. He almost scored with Kohli, whose first name came out as “V-rot”, slightly off “V-rut”. Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsLaugh, Cry, Or Just Relax With The Best Series Streaming On HBOWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do This7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe 9 Best Robots In Movie HistoryTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art9 Astonishing Wonders Hidden Deep In Sea Cricket’s governing body, the International Cricket Council, jokingly asked on its Twitter account whether anyone knew if “Sooch-”, “Sutch-”, or other variations of Tendulkar’s first name were correct. Sachin, not Soo-chin, signs autographs in Australia Read Also: NBA: Beilein resigns as Cavaliers coach after 14-40 run Trump said the stadium was “where your people cheer on some of the world’s greatest cricket players from Sachin Tendulkar to Virat Kohli,” bringing a smile to the lips of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and applause from the crowd. The US president also tripped over other words, including Ahmedabad (“Ahba-bard”) and tea-seller chaiwalla (“cheewalla”), and he himself chuckled at his attempt to pronounce the name of Hindu monk Swami Vivekananda (“Swami Vivekamandan”). FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
Indianapolis, In. — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is working with the Wayne County Health Department (WCHD) to inform people who may have eaten food prepared at Casey’s General Store in Centerville about a possible exposure to hepatitis A.An employee at the store, located at 704 E. Main St. in Centerville, has tested positive for hepatitis A. Anyone who consumed food prepared onsite at that Casey’s location between July 5 and July 12 is recommended to receive a hepatitis A vaccination by July 26 to help prevent illness.Those who would like to be vaccinated should visit their primary care doctor, walk-in clinic or pharmacy with a vaccinating pharmacist. Individuals should call ahead to verify vaccine availability. ISDH also is working with WCHD to make additional vaccine available for a public vaccination clinic from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, July 19, at the health department’s multipurpose room, 201 E. Main St., Richmond.Hepatitis A is usually transmitted person-to-person through fecal-oral routes or by consuming contaminated food or water. Indiana law has required a hepatitis A vaccine for school admission since 2014, so most students preparing to enter fourth grade and younger have already been vaccinated.Anyone who is exhibiting symptoms of hepatitis A should contact a healthcare provider immediately and refrain from preparing food for others. Symptoms can include diarrhea, fatigue, loss of appetite, stomach pain, nausea and jaundice, which usually appear within one month of infection. Individuals can become ill 15 to 50 days after being exposed to the virus. A doctor can determine if someone has hepatitis A with a blood test.
“The reason in that is very simple. We have to be sure that the data is going to support our ability to do this and that data is coming continuously over the next few days.” Should football return it will be very different as they’ll be no fans in the grounds, and no one knows how long that will last, but they’ll be some other changes too.According to the Telegraph as well as celebrating together, players will also not be allowed to swap shirts after games, share water bottles, as is the usual practice to save time, or even spit on the pitch, and it could last for ‘as long as 12 months.’ The Premier League could have a very different feel to it for up to a year when it returns, with reports that team celebrations could be banned for a sometime.‘Project Restart’ and the possibility of top tier football coming back has been discussed for over a week and, with speculation the government is set to ‘ease’ lockdown restrictions on Sunday evening, those plans could soon be accelerated. Speaking in the House of Commons this week Johnson explained why Sunday was now the date for the announcement, saying, “I just want to explain to the House as a courtesy for why it’s happening on Sunday because I’m sure you would be interested in that.Chelesa players celebrate a goal during a match The new restrictions would then be in place from Monday, which could potentially allow football to ramp up its return to action.Whatever is announced on Sunday is likely to trigger a meeting between the 20 Premier League clubs with club captains, the PFA and League Managers Association all expected to join to reach an agreement on everything to do with the return. It’s unknown what the punishment will be for breaking any of the sanctions but the practices are the kind of thing that would be most likely to be the spread of the Coronavirus between players.Spitting will be a major issue especially and will even be banned from the training ground, something clubs will have to police themselves but on the pitch it is likely to lead to a yellow card or potentially more. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was expected to address new lockdown restrictions on Thursday, 7th May, with it being the end of the three week period that lockdown was extended by, however that was pushed back. Loading… The Premier League official match ballRead Also: Ronaldo celebrates boyhood club NacionalThere are 92 games left to play in the Premier League and there has been numerous different options suggested for how the league could change, including more substitutes and even shorter halves. All games will also likely be televised with some reports suggesting more kick off times to allow fans to watch more games. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Relegation threatened clubs have reportedly been against relegation remaining an option if neutral grounds are used because of the integrity of the competition. Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?What Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?What Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?
Neither side were in particularly good form heading into the all-London clash, yet the inept Whites made Sam Allardyce’s side look like world-beaters. After a decent enough opening 45 minutes, Fulham’s second-half display was abject and, in truth, they were fortunate to escape just 3-0 losers. Martin Jol’s position at the Fulham helm looks more precarious than ever after West Ham condemned his side to an embarrassing sixth straight defeat in all competitions. Press Association “I know that three points can probably give you a total different view and a different world. “This run is why we are in the bottom three because that will happen if you don’t get the points. “If we had beaten West Ham, they would probably be in the same situation. “There are other teams [down there] and there will be other managers in the next couple of weeks [coming under pressure]. “But you need to get out of that situation and we didn’t today. Again.” Jol hit the table at the end of his press conference, perhaps due to the frustrations of another poor performance from his side – pressures West Ham counterpart Allardyce knows all about. “You cannot be in our game without feeling anything for each other when things are not going our way,” the former Bolton, Newcastle and Blackburn manager said. “It is a lonely old job when you are trying to find the right solution to poor results. “It is one where people don’t really understand what you go through because they have never experienced it. “Only talking to ourselves and pulling ourselves through, and obviously the people that you interact with on a regular basis, can help. “You’re in a position where you take all the heat and you’ve got to take all the heat because it is your job. “If it is going bad, it is your responsibility no matter whether you’ve got injuries, no matter whether you should have signed this one or that one before the deadline. “It is no excuse in the end, even though it is an excuse for not getting the result everybody expects.” The result leaves Fulham three points off safety and impressively ends West Ham’s miserable five-match winless run in the league – even if it took the late introductions of both Coles for the match to be tied up. “The only disappointing thing was that we didn’t score more goals before the subs came on,” Allardyce added. “That was something I was getting pretty nervous about at 1-0, knowing Fulham could capitalise on a mistake and perhaps get something they didn’t deserve. “We had many chances to go 2-0 up before the subs came on, but when they came on and finished it off it is just great for you as a manager. Finally, you’ve got the victory you have been searching for.” Mo Diame, Carlton Cole and Joe Cole struck for West Ham, with chants of ‘Jol out’ growing as the match wore to a close. Shahid Khan has shown impressive patience during Fulham’s poor start to his first season as owner, but one bookmaker now has given odds on Jol leaving by Monday of 11/4. Asked if he was confident he would be in charge for Wednesday’s home clash with former club Tottenham, the Dutchman, in charge since June 2011, said: “It is not in my hands. “If I have to worry, I was probably worried a couple of months ago because it is not one day and then the other. It is probably the last two months we have been inconsistent. “I think it has worked out for me [at Fulham]. We had over 100 points, probably more than West Ham, over the last couple of years – more than any other team in the bottom half of the table. “But over the last couple of months I think sometimes we are not strong enough.” Jol admitted this is the worst run of his managerial career and leaves him as short as 1/8 to become the next Premier League manager to leave. “I am someone with maybe 700, 800 or 900 games under my belt as a manager, 1,400 probably in total,” he said.
The decision came after Brown could be seen on video yelling at police who arrived at his home for a domestic disturbance.It’s the third time in the last three months police have responded to a domestic call at Brown’s home, and authorities say these incidents have caused an irreparable rift between them, the Police Athletic League and Brown. (WARNING – Audio not suitable for work)(Hollywood, FL) — What’s up with former NFL star Antonio Brown? Police in Hollywood, Florida announced yesterday the former wide receiver is no longer allowed to work with the Police Athletic League youth football team, and a check he donated was returned. Checking in on Antonio Brown…. pic.twitter.com/2QpX7w7VCk— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) January 13, 2020
Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 ELLSWORTH — Hancock County athletes are well represented on several regional all-star teams that were announced this week.Heading the list is Hannah Shaw of the Mount Desert Island Trojans, who was named Co-Player of the Year on the Big East all-conference girls’ basketball team.Brent Barker, coach of the MDI girls, and Justin Norwood, coach of the MDI boys, also were named Big East Coaches of the Year.Thomas Sawyer of the Ellsworth Eagles and Ben Walls and Jayson Burke, both of the Mount Desert Island Trojans, were named Big East boys’ first team all-stars, and Nick Holt of Ellsworth and Caleb MacDonald and Nick Shaw, both of MDI, were named to the second team.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textBig East scholar-athletes include Morgaen Jones and David Barnard of Ellsworth and Calli Mitchell and Shaw of MDI.Ashlee Leighton and Holt of Ellsworth and Emily Lewis and Garrett Lee of MDI earned Big East Paul Soucy Spirit Awards.Big East defensive awards went to Taylor White and Kyle Haslam of Ellsworth and Bailey Burr and Shaw of MDI.Fourteen county wrestlers earned PVC all-star honors.Named to the first team were Matthew Stewart of Bucksport at 106 pounds, Jacob Stewart of Bucksport at 152 pounds, Jordan Fogg of Bucksport at 160 pounds, Michael Philippon of Ellsworth at 170 pounds and Damon Klinedinst of Bucksport at 285 pounds.Named to the second team were Jordan Lord of George Stevens Academy at 132 pounds, Thomas Bulley of MDI at 160 pounds, Chris Powell of Bucksport at 195 pounds and Michael Garland of Ellsworth at 220 pounds.Honorable mentions went to Jack Weeks of Ellsworth at 132 pounds, Josh Fowler of Ellsworth at 182 pounds, Jake Poors of Ellsworth at 195 pounds, K.P. Hilaire of Bucksport at 220 pounds and Jared Bragg of Ellsworth at 285 pounds.County athletes chosen to play in the Maine McDonald’s Senior All-star Basketball Games on Saturday, March 10, at Husson University include Jayson Burke of MDI on the Boys’ A/B East team, Gabe O’Brien of the Sumner Tigers on the Boys’ C/D East team and Janelle Ciomei of the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners on the Girls’ C/D East team.The girls’ C/D game will begin at 9:15 a.m., the boys’ A/B game is at 1:15 p.m. and the boys’ C/D game is at 4:15 p.m.For more sports news, pick up a copy of the Mount Desert Islander. Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. email@example.com Latest Posts Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Bio GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017
Extensively renovated during the 1990s, during which it was renamed Luzhniki (which is a rough translation of the Russian word for ‘meadows’ and refers to the flood meadows on the bend of the Moskva River where the stadium is built), it has since hosted the 1999 UEFA Cup final, in which Parma defeated Marseille, and the 2008 Champions League final, which saw Manchester United beat Chelsea on penalties.During redevelopment work for the 2018 World Cup, the stands were divided into two tiers and the athletics track removed, with the exterior of the stadium preserved. This summer, it will become the fifth stadium to have hosted the finals of the World Cup, the European Cup/Champions League and featured as a main stadium of the summer Olympics.GROUP MATCHES: Russia v Saudi Arabia (Thursday, 14 June; Germany v Mexico (Sunday, 17 June, 16; Portugal v Morocco (Wednesday, 20 June; Denmark v France (Tuesday, 26 June.KNOCKOUT MATCHES: Last 16 – winners of Group B v runners-up of Group A (Sunday, 1 July; semi-final 2 (Wednesday, 11 July; final (Sunday, 15 July.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Luzhniki Stadium, initially named the Central Lenin Stadium, has witnessed both triumph and horror. It was constructed in just 450 days between 1955 and 1956 – a reflection of the growing ambitions of the then Soviet government after the Union’s athletes had returned from their first Olympics, in Helsinki in 1952, with 71 medals.With an initial capacity of just over 100,000, the stadium was the central venue of the 1980 Moscow Olympics. It was here that Allan Wells took 100m gold for Great Britain and Steve Ovett and Sebastian Coe staged their now legendary tussles over both 800m and 1500m.However, tragedy struck two years later when 66 people died in a rush for the exit during the closing stages of a UEFA Cup match between Spartak Moscow and Dutch side HFC Haarlem.
“I’m going to try (to win),” he said. “We know that we are going to play against the leader, against a team on a high. But we have our qualities, we have our potential, and even with the problems we have and the doubts in terms of team choice, of tactics, approach, philosophy.“We have doubts about everything because we don’t know who’s available, but we are going to arrive on Sunday (today) and with the players we have available, we are going to have a team capable of going there and fight for the victory.”United have won just one of their last four matches in all competitions and were beaten 2-1 at Valencia in the Champions League on Wednesday.Liverpool overcame Napoli in midweek to secure their progress to the last 16 of the Champions League and are unbeaten in the Premier League this season.They start the weekend as Premier League leaders and manager Jurgen Klopp said: “I know it will be a very intense game and we will be ready for that.“This week we reached a big target in the Champions League, we had one day to feel the relief of that. Since yesterday (Thursday) we are back on track. I’m really looking forward to it. Big one.”Liverpool will be forced into a defensive reshuffle with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez all out injured.James Milner could replace Alexander-Arnold at right back, while Nathaniel Clyne may return to the squad having not played since September.Meanwhile, Mourinho is hopeful some of his injured players will be available.Marcos Rojo joined the ranks of sidelined defenders during Wednesday’s loss to Valencia and looks certain to miss out along with Victor Lindelof and Alexis Sanchez. Chris Smalling, Diogo Dalot, Anthony Martial, Matteo Darmian, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay are all also doubts.David de Gea and Nemanja Matic, who were both rested for the trip to Spain, will return, while Mourinho must decide whether to again leave out midfielder Paul Pogba, who failed to impress at Mestalla.This will be the 201st meeting between Liverpool and United in all competitions, with the Merseysiders winning 65 and suffering 80 defeats (55 draws).United are looking to win back-to-back league games against Liverpool for the first time since January 2016, when they won four in a row.Liverpool are winless in their last eight Premier League games against United (D3 L5) – they haven’t gone longer without a win against the Red Devils in league competition since April 1988 (12 games).Liverpool are currently on their joint-best Premier League unbeaten run (17 games). They last had a longer run in the top-flight between March-November 1990 (23 games).Liverpool haven’t conceded more than once in any of their last 19 Premier League games (seven conceded in total), their longest such run in the top-flight since a run of 38 between April 1978 and April 1979.United manager Jose Mourinho has won 50% of his Premier League away games at Anfield (4/8); the best win percentage among managers with 5+ such games in the competition.Liverpool’s attacking trio of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are all yet to score or assist in a Premier League game for the club against United (combined total of 855 minutes played).Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Jose Mourinho Jose Mourinho says he plans to attack when his injury-hit Manchester United side travel to Liverpool today. United have nine players either doubtful or ruled out as they look to close a 16-point gap on their rivals.This is the most points United have been behind Liverpool in the league table before Christmas since Christmas Eve 1990 (16 points), while it’s the most points Liverpool have been ahead of United ahead of a top-flight meeting between the sides since March 1990 (21 points).However, United have not lost in their last eight league meetings with Liverpool and Mourinho plans to “fight for victory”.