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

China reports no new coronavirus deaths for first time

first_imgThere were also 30 new asymptomatic infections, health officials said, bringing the national total to 1,033. Around a quarter of the current total of asymptomatic cases were also imported from overseas.Last week, China began disclosing the number of asymptomatic cases for the first time, after growing public concerns over the potential of “silent” carriers to spread the disease. Fears have also been growing over a potential resurgence in the epicenter of Wuhan, where the virus was first detected late last year.After a number of asymptomatic cases were confirmed in the central Chinese city, local authorities revoked the “epidemic-free” status of 45 residential compounds on Monday. Topics : To date, 81,740 people have been infected and 3,331 have been killed by the deadly virus in China, with the vast majority in Wuhan and the surrounding Hubei province.Meanwhile, the global death toll from the pandemic has surpassed 70,000 as the virus ravages numerous countries in Europe and the US.center_img China on Tuesday reported no new coronavirus deaths for the first time since it started publishing figures in January, the National Health Commission said. Cases in mainland China have been dwindling since March, but the country faces a second wave of infections brought in from overseas, with health officials reporting nearly 1,000 imported cases in total.China’s health authorities reported 32 new cases nationwide, all of which were imported.last_img read more

Brazil police break up global drug ring in mega-raid

first_imgTopics : Federal police in Brazil said Tuesday they were cracking down on an international network of drug traffickers with a mega-operation targeting cocaine smuggling between South America and Europe.Police said they were arresting 50 people and seizing seven planes, five helicopters, 42 trucks and 35 properties linked to suspects accused of trafficking tons of cocaine to Europe and within Brazil.The raids were carried out across 13 Brazilian states following an investigation launched in 2018 together with Britain’s National Crime Agency, police said in a statement. The network continued trafficking drugs even during lockdown measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Police said they had seized 1.5 tons of cocaine from March 20 to July 20.center_img The authorities have also frozen 100 million reals ($18.3 million) in assets as part of the operation, it said.Police said the raids targeted four connected organizations that were responsible for smuggling cocaine into Brazil across the Paraguayan border; selling it within Brazil, in Europe and in Cape Verde; providing logistics and transportation; and laundering the proceeds.More than 600 police took part in the raids.Authorities had already arrested 12 people and seized more than 11 tons of cocaine in the course of the investigation, police said.last_img read more

Gov. Wolf Offers State Perspective, Progress Fighting the Opioid Crisis at 2019 BIO International Conference

first_img Press Release,  Substance Use Disorder Philadelphia, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today addressed the participants in the 2019 BIO International Conference panel, “Addressing Barriers to Coverage and Access to Pain and Addiction Treatment: Where Are We Now?,” by offering the state’s perspective and progress in addressing the opioid crisis.“Finding ways to decrease the number of opioid overdoses and deaths has become a priority for my administration,” Gov. Wolf told the group. “State agencies working collaboratively in the Opioid Command Center, which I created via a disaster declaration in January 2018, have been able to implement strategies such as expanding Medicaid so more people can access treatment, promoting a 24/7 helpline, strengthening our Prescription Drug Monitoring Program and introducing the Pennsylvania Overdose Information Network, or ODIN.”ODIN collects data about overdoses, opioid seizures, locations of opioid-related incidents and other opioid-related information from more than 1,000 police stations and 300 other agencies.By bringing together data about overdoses, opioid seizures, locations of opioid-related incidents and other crucial information, law enforcement officials have been able to make better decisions about how to target heroin and fentanyl distributors. And healthcare and public safety officials can more adeptly respond to potential crises, which can ultimately save lives.The 2019 Biotechnology Innovation Organization, or BIO, international conference features more than 500 education sessions focused on various aspects of biotech and life sciences and their importance in discovering new cures and treatments for people in need of life-saving medications.BIO represents more than 1,100 biotechnology companies, academic institutions, state biotechnology centers and related organizations across the United States and in more than 30 other nations.“In Pennsylvania, we’re serious about ending the opioid crisis and we’re always looking for new ideas,” Gov. Wolf said. “Though some communities reported a drop in overdoses in 2018, we still have much work to do. I’ll continue to do everything in my power to help address this crisis.” SHARE Email Facebook Twitter June 04, 2019center_img Gov. Wolf Offers State Perspective, Progress Fighting the Opioid Crisis at 2019 BIO International Conferencelast_img read more

This cheap northside renovator is a tinnie fisherman’s dream

first_imgThe front patio is a casual affair, but some TLC might do the trickMr Tyler said the owner has decided to move on, but he’ll miss his favourite fishing shack.“He’s a boatie through and through and very much a bird lover as well which is something the creek attracts,” he said.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair or Facebook at Kieran Clair — journoAn easy afternoon paddle from the back yard. Just bring your tool kit and a tinnie to make the most of this northside waterfront home.FISHERMEN need this one on their finder.This lowest, three-bedroom renovator on 764sq m of land at 9 Utalong St, Deagon fronts Cabbage Tree Creek and would make the perfect project for a keen angler who’s talented with a hammer.Roll up your sleeves and get to work … when the fish aren’t biting that is.The challenger will be staying focused on the project when high tide comes a-calling, according to Coronis Bracken Ridge senior sales consultant, Jarrod Tyler.“When its high tide twice a day, you can get in and out with no dramas in something like a tinnie or a kayak,” Mr Tyler said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoOff the lawn and into your tinnie — no problem.“You can go all the way out to the mouth of the creek, go out past the Sandgate Marina and all the way out — it’d take you five or ten minutes and away you go,” he said.“If you just want to throw one of those smaller boats — anything probably up to six or seven foot, in the water about half-a-foot — no dramas.”Mr Tyler said the home was an original, and the new owner will need to do some work to maximise the property’s potential.“Some works been done to the place but it’s sort of half done. It’s ripe for someone to come in and put their spin on it,” he said.A functional home full of potentiallast_img read more

Adriatic LNG seeking single peak shaving cargo

first_imgAdriatic LNG, the operator of the regasification terminal located off the Italian Veneto coast floated a tender for a single peak shaving LNG cargo. The company noted in its statement it is looking for a single cargo of 60,000 to 70,000 cubic meters in volume.The delivery is scheduled for one of the three slots in January 2-5, January 14-17 and January 30-February 2.The tender for next winter’s peak shaving LNG cargo closes on December 17, the company said.Peak Shaving is aimed at making available to SNAM Rete Gas, in the first quarter of 2020, previously-stored gas, in the form of LNG, in order to meet possible peaks in demand during wintertime.Operating since autumn 2009, the Adriatic LNG regasification terminal assures to Italy about 10 percent of national gas consumptions.Adriatic LNG has delivered more than 61 billion cubic meters of gas to the national pipeline network, corresponding to more than half of domestic consumption in 2018, coming by ship from eight countries, Qatar, Egypt, Trinidad and Tobago, Equatorial Guinea, Norway, Nigeria, United States and Angola.Adriatic LNG is co-controlled by ExxonMobil Italiana Gas and Qatar Terminal Limited (a unit of Qatar Petroleum) and participated by SNAM.last_img read more

Liverpool post healthy profit despite transfer spending

first_img Read Also: EPL: Van Dijk praises Liverpool’s mental strength “Since this reporting period we have continued to reinvest in the club’s infrastructure, and we look forward to the opening of our new (£50 million) training base at Kirkby ahead of the new season, which will provide first-class facilities for our players and staff. “We have also just completed a second-phase consultation on a proposed expansion of the Anfield Road stand, which could see an increase in the stadium’s capacity.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Premier League leaders Liverpool made a pre-tax profit of £42 million ($54 million) last year despite a record £223 million investment on players, figures showed on Thursday. Liverpool have announced healthy financial results as they close in on the Premier League title While that top line is well below the record £125 million profit for the year ending May 2018, the rewards are being felt on the pitch, with the club just four victories away from winning their first league title in 30 years. Figures released for the financial year to May 31, 2019 incorporate the big-ticket purchases of Alisson Becker, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri. They also include the increased costs of new contracts for 11 players, including those for captain Jordan Henderson, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, who have all played a key role in helping Jurgen Klopp’s champions-elect establish a 22-point lead at the top of the table. Some of that cost was offset by sales including Danny Ings, Dominic Solanke and Danny Ward. Income was also boosted by the club’s success in winning a sixth Champions League title, although as victory in the final in Madrid came in June the prize money will be counted in the current financial year. “This continued strengthening of the underlying financial sustainability of the club is enabling us to make significant investments both in player recruitment and infrastructure,” said chief operating officer Andy Hughes. “Being able to reinvest over £220 million on players during this financial period is a result of a successful business strategy, particularly the significant uplift in commercial revenues.” Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemDisney’s Live-Action Simba Was Based On The Cutest Lion Cub Ever7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?Ever Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You23 Marvel Heroes Reimagined By CaricaturistBest Car Manufacturers In The World7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo Turnover increased during the period by £78 million to £533 million. Media revenues and commercial revenues were significantly higher and match revenue was also up. The rise is a result of a new Champions League broadcasting deal, finishing a close second to Manchester City in the Premier League and higher partnership and merchandising value, with Liverpool signing their first training kit sponsorship deal with AXA. “What we’re seeing is sustained growth across all areas of the club which is aligned to the recent performance on the pitch,” said Hughes. Loading… last_img read more

Holloway challenge to players

first_img The Eagles head to St Mary’s on the back of a disappointing 2-0 home defeat by Swansea, where they never recovered from falling behind to a goal from Michu inside two minutes. Despite his side having now lost four of the opening five matches on their return to the top flight since winning promotion via the play-offs, Holloway remains confident this new-look Palace squad will soon gel – and is determined to make them harder to beat while also capable of landing a knockout blow of their own. Press Association “We will have to be slightly different away from home, but part of our game is drawing teams onto us and then knocking them out with a (sucker) punch,” Holloway said. “I don’t think we are going to be a Sugar Ray Leonard, I think we are going to be more of a Muhammad Ali against Joe Frasier (rope-a-dope in the 1974 Rumble in the Jungle). “I just want our lads to grow, and if we can give ourselves half a chance, then that will do. “We are going to have to set our stall out and then look to counter-attack, maybe get a set-piece and hurt them, if we can get a goal, then away we go. “It is more about staying in the games long enough when I can make those changes to try to go get the points – we have not had a draw yet, which is unbelievable if you think about the way we have played.” Southampton, who not so long ago were languishing in League One, picked up an impressive away win at previously unbeaten Liverpool last weekend as Mauricio Pochettino’s side continue their own development back among the elite clubs of English football. Holloway, though, is confident his men can rise to the challenge. “We will have massive respect from Southampton, where they have come from and where they are going, with their new ground now, and with what they have spent this summer, they are really going to have a go,” said Holloway, who can call on South African midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi again after his one-match suspension for a red card at Manchester United, although defender Damien Delaney (ankle) is sidelined. “They have some fantastic players, with great deliveries from dead balls and have Rickie Lambert who is the England striker at the moment, yes we have got to be aware of that, but we can also hurt them at the other end. “Southampton will be a fantastic opportunity to go and play on a wonderful surface to see if we can learn from the last game.” Holloway continued: “I am totally convinced our attitude and the way we are going to work hard for each other and what we have learned from last week, that we can take all of that into this next game. “We have got to be right at it and on our game, but we are trying to gel this lot together and learn from our mistakes. “As long as you improve and move forwards and don’t go backwards on your belief, that is all you can ask from the players.” Manager Ian Holloway has challenged his Crystal Palace players to box clever just like Muhammad Ali when their battle for Barclays Premier League survival continues at Southampton on Saturday.last_img read more

  Voigt Hopeful as Five Nigerians Make NBA Draft

first_img Nigeria’s senior national basketball team D’Tigers’ Coach, William Voigt, is excited with the news of five players of Nigerian descent selected in the 2017 NBA Draft which took place early last Friday.According to Extrasportsnigeria.com, Voigt who won Nigeria its first African cup believes the future is surely bright for the country’s basketball.Shortly after the draft, Voigt tweeted, “The future is bright” in reference to the five picks.The American is already warming up for a defence of the African title after his last outing at the Rio 2016 Olympics.Ogugua ‘OG’ Anunoby – Indiana – 6’8″ 215lbs was picked at number 23 by no other than Toronto Raptors headed by a former Nigeria international Masai Ujiri.Anunoby suffered the knee injury in January and required surgery, but his numbers improved nearly across the board from his freshman to sophomore campaigns before the setback. That injury did not scare the Raptors as they look more into the future.Going by ESPN reports this young Nigerian power forward has elicited comparisons to San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard on the high end, and more reasonable comparisons to Portland Trail Blazers Nigerian forward Al-Farouq Aminu.It is hoped that he could team up someday with Al-Farouq in the Nigeria national side D’Tigers. The Nigeria teams – men and women – have been largely dominated in the last decade by players of Nigerian decent based in the USA and Europe.London-born Anunoby was raised in Jefferson City, Missouri by Nigerian parents. With a brother (Chigbo Anunoby) who made it to the NFL, O.G will be the second Anunoby to turn professional in a major sport.Ike Anigbogu – UCLA – 6’10” 230lbs got picked at number 47 by Indiana Pacers. ESPN’s draft projections had suggested Anigbogu to be taken with the 17th pick of the 1st round by the Portland Trail Blazers but it was the Pacers that grabbed him.The California-born son of Nigerian immigrants is one of the quickest big men in the draft, as evidenced by his ability to get down court before opposing bigs on fast breaks.Bam Adebayo – Kentucky – 6’10” 250lbs was the quickest of the picks at number 12 for the Miami Heat. Experts determine that Cleveland Cavaliers centre Tristan Thompson and Orlando Magic Centre Bismack Biyombo are the best comparison for Adebayo and his game at this point.The son a Nigerian father, Bam Adebayo moved with his mother to North Carolina from Newark, NJ at the age of seven.Wesley Iwundu – Kansas State – 6’7″ 205lbs got in at 33 for Orlando Magic. The small forward and his Kansas State University had a short stay in the 2017 NCAA tournament in March as they won their play-in game/First Four game versus Wake Forest before losing to Cincinnati in the first round of the tournament. Those two games served as an introduction to Iwundu for Non-Big 12 fans of the collegiate game, ESPN reported.Jesusemilore “Semi” Ojeleye – SMU – 6’7″ 235lbs became the 37 pick of the event for the Celtics. The small forward is the son of a Nigerian doctor and nurse.The Philadelphia 76ers selected point guard Markelle Fultz with the top pick in the Draft, while Lonzo Ball went to the Los Angeles Lakers. 1. 76ers: Markelle Fultz (G) – Washington2. Lakers: Lonzo Ball (G) – UCLA3. Celtics: Jayson Tatum (F) – Duke4. Suns: Josh Jackson (F) – Kansas5. Kings: DeAaron Fox (G) – Kentucky6. Magic: Jonathan Isaac (F) – Florida State7. Bulls: Lauri Markkanen (F) – Arizona8. Knicks: Frank Ntilikina (G) – France9. Mavericks: Dennis Smith Jr. (G) – NC State10. Trail Blazers: Zach Collins (F/C) – Gonzaga11. Hornets: Malik Monk (G) – Kentucky12. Pistons: Luke Kennard (G) – Duke13. Jazz: Donovan Mitchell (G) – Louisville14. Heat: Bam Adebayo (C) – Kentucky15. Kings: Justin Jackson (F) – UNC16. Bulls: Justin Patton (C) – Creighton17. Bucks: DJ Wilson (F/C) – Michigan18. Pacers: TJ Leaf (F/C) – UCLA19. Hawks: John Collins (F) – Wake Forest20. Kings: Harry Giles (F/C) – Duke21. Thunder: Terrance Ferguson (F) – Australia22. Nets: Jarrett Allen (C) – Texas23. Raptors: OG Anunoby (F) – Indiana24. Nuggets: Tyler Lydon (F) – Syracuse25. 76ers: Andzejs Pasecniks (C) – Latvia26. Trail Blazers: Caleb Swanigan (PF) – Purdue27. Lakers: Kyle Kuzma (F) – Utah28. Jazz: Tony Bradley (C) – North Carolina29. Spurs: Derrick White (G) – Colorado30. Lakers: Josh Hart (G) – Villanova31. Pelicans: Frank Jackson (PG) – Duke32. Suns: Davon Reed (SG) – Miami33. Magic: Wesley Iwundu (SF) – Kansas State34. Kings: Frank Mason III (PG) – Kansas35. Grizzlies: Ivan Rabb (PF) – California36. 76ers: Jonah Bolden (PF) – Australia37. Celtics: Semi Ojeleye (SF) – SMU38. Warriors: Jordan Bell (C) – Oregon39. Clippers: Jawun Evans (PG) – OSU40. Hornets: Dwayne Bacon (SF) – FSU41. Hawks: Tyler Dorsey (SG) – Oregon42. Lakers: Thomas Bryant (C) – Indiana43. Rockets: Isaiah Hartenstein (C) – Lithuania44. Knicks: Damyean Dotson (SG) – Oregon45. Rockets: Dillon Brooks (SF) – Oregon46. Bucks: Sterling Brown (SG) – SMU47. Pacers: Ike Anigbogu (C) – UCLA48. Clippers: Sindarius Thornwell (SG) – South Carolina49. Nuggets: Vlatko Cancar (SF) – Slovenia50. 76ers: Mathias Lessort (PF) – France51. Nuggets: Monte’ Morris (PG) – Iowa State52. Pacers: Edmond Sumner (PG) – Xavier53. Celtics: Kadeem Allen (SG) – Arizona54. Suns: Alec Peters (PF) – Valparaiso55. Jazz: Nigel Williams-Goss (PG) – Gonzaga56. Celtics: Jabari Bird (SG) – California57. Nets: Aleksandar Vezenkov (PF) – Spain58. Knicks: Ognjen Jaramaz (PG) – Serbia59. Spurs: Jaron Blossomgame (SF) – Clemson60. Hawks: Alpha Kaba (PF) – France  Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Real Wins Super Cup

first_imgReal Madrid beat Barcelona 2-0 at the Bernabeu to win the Spanish Super Cup 5-1 on aggregate.The Spanish and European champions were dominant, even without the suspended Cristiano Ronaldo. Marco Asensio, who also scored in the 3-1 first-leg win, gave them an early lead with an excellent 25-yard strike.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img