Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally exceeds 100 with 21 new confirmed cases

Yurianto said the ministry would relay the findings to the hospitals in which the patients are being treated.The data, he added, was needed so that the medical teams in charge of treating the patients could give them a proper explanation on the next steps to be taken, including isolation.“[It] is the patient’s right to know,” he said.The doctors must also inform local health authorities on the new cases so that the relevant authorities in the respective region could begin contact tracing, Yurianto said.“Afterward, the health agencies should inform the local governments. It is their prerogative to decide whether to announce [the new cases] to the public, without neglecting their privacy as mandated by law,” Yurianto said, adding that he believed regional leaders had their own policies to contain the spread of the virus.The WHO said on Saturday that the virus had been circulating in 136 countries, with 13 new countries reporting their first cases. At least 5,393 people have died of the disease, but more than 73,900 have recovered worldwide.Some prominent figures around the world – from celebrities to high-ranking officials — have tested positive for COVID-19, including Indonesian Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi. (asp)Topics : Indonesia announced 21 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sunday afternoon, bringing the total of recorded people infected with the new disease to 117.“Today, we received reports of 21 new cases, 19 of which are in Jakarta and two in Central Java,” Health Ministry Disease Control and Prevention Director General Achmad Yurianto said on Sunday, as quoted by kontan.co.id.He declined to elaborate on the cases, saying only that they were linked to previous cases reported in the capital. read more

Lady Bulldogs And Lady Cardinals Split Volleyball Games

first_imgSt. Louis Lady Cardinals 7th Grade Volleyball team was defeated by the Batesville Middle School Lady Bulldogs. 25-15, 25-12.The top server spot was shared by Maggie Beiser, Kate Weber, Hope Kroen and Allie Savage by serving up 2 points each followed by Sylvia Eckstein and Isabelle Wonnell served one ace each to score 2 points for the team. Lilly Schebler and Catherine Streator scored one point respectively. The Cardinals played defense most of the game. Ingrid Tuveson had the only attack of the night.The St. Louis Lady Cardinal 8th Grade Volleyball Team topped the Batesville Middle School Lady Bulldogs in 3 exciting sets. 14-25, 25-23, 15-12.The Cardinals started strong but fell back in the middle of the first set to allow the Bulldogs to take charge. In the beginning of the second set, the Cardinals regrouped their focused in the match and stepped up their play. “The girls played as a team. They did not let their mistakes get them down. They worked through it and setup the game into their favor,” commented Coach Meer. Regina Gerstbauer served up 12 points which included 4 aces. Elizabeth Gigrich was close behind with 7 points and 1 ace. Audrey Beiser, Ellie Cornett and Faith Tekulve each had 3 points and Chelsea Robertson contributed for 2 points with 1 ace. The Lady Cardinals had their best offense match of the season. Gigrich and Gerstbauer commanded the net with 6 attacks each and 2 and 1 kills respectively. Robertson, Beiser and Ava Allen also had a kill each. Cornett and Lilly Wonnell led the defense with some great passing.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jennifer Meer.The 7th Grade BMS Volleyball won against St. Louis last night: 25-12 and 25-15!Timbre Davies was our leading server with 13 serves and no misses. Jenna Honnert followed with 8 serves and 2 aces. Megan Meyer led the team in hit with 2 kills and 3 good hits. Following with kills was Cayman Werner and Jadyn Harrington with 2 kills. Ashlee Cornn, Samantha Kessens, Isabelle Westerfeld, and Timbre Davies each had one kill. The girls as a team played very well. Their record is 4-5.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Megan Werner.The BMS 8th Volleyball team had a disappointing loss to St. Louis 14-25, 25-23, 15-12.The team lost their momentum and made a few errors to end the game.  Even in the loss the team played together.  The front row was strong with 12 kills.  Shelby Westerfeld, Katie Shane, and Brayleigh Patterson each had 3 kills.  Carley Pride, Jade Kopp, and Gabby Elston each earned a kill.  From the service line Shelby Westerfeld had 15 service points.  Brayleigh Patterson had 8 points from the line.  Katie Shane earn 6 points and Sydnee Schaefer had 5 points.  There record is now 5-4.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Angie Ehrman.last_img read more

Betting on Sports Week returns to London in September

first_imgShare Khalid Ali, IBIA: Tackling sports betting corruption December 18, 2019 Submit Bryan Bennett, Betfred US: Expanding into the US market February 5, 2020 Ben Keith, Star Sports: racing must be diverse, fun, and welcoming January 22, 2020 Related Articles Share Over 2,000 delegates from across the world will make their way to Betting on Sports Week to join the international betting and gaming trade conferences, held 18-21 September at Olympia London.It’s an entire week dedicated to gaming, with five conference rooms and two exhibition areas:Betting on Sports (Betting Conference and Exhibition)ESI London (Esports Conference and Exhibition)Casino Beats Summit (Casino Conference)AffiliateFEST Conference (Affiliate Conference)SBC Sponsorship Forum (Sponsorship Conference)Hall of Fame Awards (Awards Evening)200+ speakers will join the discussions around leadership, sports, sponsorship, sports betting, esports, affiliates, regulation, compliance, integrity, data and trading – this is the MUST ATTEND event for members of the sports, betting and gaming industries.This year, the exhibition area has been expanded to 6,300 sqm with 140 exhibitors, enhanced networking areas, meeting rooms, and of course refreshments, lunch and networking drinks. This space provides a great chance for delegates to both experience the new products on display and generate new business opportunities.To facilitate business and networking among delegates, there are no fewer than eight dedicated networking areas with plenty of networking and 1-on-1 opportunities, while SBC has booked some of London’s most iconic venues for networking drinks and parties.Wednesday evening dinners and party is located on the 28th and 29th floor of Millbank Tower, with stunning 360 degree view of London. Big windows wrapping right around the venue, will ensure a perfect panoramic view of London at night time. Thursday evening will mark the exclusive Hall of Fame awards evening and networking party at one of London’s most iconic venues, the Natural History Museum.It’s a year of growth for SBC, who attracted a record number of delegates to last month’s Betting on Football conference and recently launched the SBC Americas and Casino Beats news websites. That growth will be reflected in an even wider ranging selection of conference tracks. ESI London is a two-day esports business conference, run by the team from Esports Insider,  with the central theme of bridging the gap between expertise and interest. Topics will include, among others, brand building, content, law and compliance and the importance of a strong PR strategy for esports. Betting on Sports ticket holders have access to ESI London, and there are also ticket options just for the esports event itself.Affiliate Insider will also be hosting its invite-only AffiliateFEST forum on Wednesday with the aim of providing accelerated digital lessons for iGaming affiliate entrepreneurs. Attendees will be able to learn the latest digital strategies from a selection of experienced iGaming experts.Taking place at the Hilton Hotel, the SBC Sponsorship Forum event is hosted by former chief commercial officer of AC Milan, Jaap Kalma. The exclusive invite-only gathering will address opportunities around sports sponsorship, while facilitating direct introductions between sports clubs and gaming operators.SBC Managing Director Andrew McCarron framed the event: “BOSCON 2018 is an essential focal point for anyone involved in the betting business. We’ve worked tirelessly this year to build and improve in all areas, to the point where the conference and exhibition now take up two full floors of Olympia. “Added to that, we’ve no fewer than eight dedicated business and networking areas, enabling endless opportunities for delegates to get together and discuss the burning issues of the day.”Given the sheer breadth and quality of what’s to come at BOSCON, delegates are advised to book well in advance and take advantage of a Super Early Bird Discount rate of £249 off the price of a ticket. There are some incredible opportunities, too, for companies to gain unrivalled exposure via SBC’s cleverly tailored sponsorship packages. And with exhibition options being snapped up at a rapid rate, now is the time to book that all-important floor space.Reflecting on last year’s Betting on Sports, Richard Gale, Head of UK at Catena Media, offered a fitting testimonial: “The Betting on Sports conference was great, and it was a true pleasure to speak at the event. I thoroughly enjoyed it, with some great contacts/business coming out of it. I’m normally very sceptical of industry events to be honest, but this was the first time I’ve left wishing I’d spent more time at one!”For enquiries regarding sponsorship or exhibition opportunities, please contact us on sales@sbcnews.co.uk.Tickets are available at the excellent Super Early Bird Discount rate HERE. StumbleUponlast_img read more