“Since the tourist returned to their hometown on Jan. 28 and the first symptoms of the disease appeared on Feb. 5, it is very likely the infection occurred on mainland China,” Ketut said.He also explained that if the 14-day incubation period was taken into account, there was a possibility the tourist did not contract the virus in Bali as there was an eight-day gap between their flight from Indonesia to Wuhan and the day when the symptoms started to appear.Read also: Lion Air confirms passenger named ‘Jin’ among 188 on Wuhan-Bali flightThe Health Ministry had received 77 samples from 16 provinces across the country as of Thursday. So far, 71 coronavirus samples have tested negative, while the remaining six are still being examined. “Bali is safe from the coronavirus and we are always ready to welcome visitors,” Ketut said.Topics : The Bali Health Agency has managed to identify a hotel where a Chinese tourist who allegedly tested positive for the novel coronavirus had stayed during his vacation in Bali. “We have checked the data from the Ngurah Rai Immigration Office, and found out that we have a record of the tourist who came to Indonesia through I Gusti Ngurah Rai airport on Jan. 22,” Bali Health Agency head Ketut Suarjaya said in a written statement received by The Jakarta Post on Friday. However, he did not disclose the exact name or location of the hotel.Read also: ‘We will trace his movements’: Bali officials respond to report of coronavirus-infected touristJudging from the virus’ incubation period as well as the tourist’s travel duration, it is difficult to determine if the tourist was infected in Bali, he added.
Metro Sport ReporterThursday 15 Oct 2020 2:11 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link335Shares Arsene Wenger admits ‘very personal’ rivalry with Jose Mourinho got out of control Comment Advertisement Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho had a feisty relationship (Picture: AFP/Getty Images)Arsene Wenger admits that his rivalry with Jose Mourinho was ‘very personal’ during his time in charge at Arsenal and that it got out of control at times.The two managers had a feisty relationship during Mourinho’s two spells in charge of Chelsea and while Wenger was amid his epic stint as Gunners boss.There were memorable comments, especially from the Portuguese, who labelled Wenger a ‘voyeur’ because of Mourinho believed the Frenchman was obsessed with him, and cut still deeper when he called his rival a ‘specialist in failure.’It was not one-way traffic in terms of insults, with Wenger responding to the ‘voyeur’ comment with a barb of his own: ‘He’s out of order, disconnected with reality and disrespectful. AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘When you give success to stupid people, it makes them more stupid sometimes and not more intelligent.’Things even got physical between the two men when they squared up on the touchline at Stamford Bridge in 2014 and had to be pulled apart.Wenger admits he always regretted the physical and verbal altercations, which went too far, but says he only has respect for Mourinho these days.‘That was sometimes very personal and a little bit out of control,’ Wenger told talkSPORT of his relationship with the Special One.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 City‘The problem is you go into a game and already have resentment because of what has been said in press conferences, so nine times out of 10 you hate the guy on the other bench and keep control of it.‘But sometimes it goes overboard. Once or twice with Jose Mourinho it got out of control, but after the game you regret it because you cannot afford that.‘It creates a big interest from people as well.‘But after a while it becomes normal again and the respect comes back for each other, because you are in this job for a long time and at the end of the day suffer altogether.’Mourinho has attempted to put the feud to bed in the past as well, telling Sky Sports in 2018: ‘If he respects me even 50 per cent of what I respect him we can even be friends in the future. ‘I have lots of respect for him.’MORE: Mikel Arteta responds to Arsene Wenger claiming Mesut Ozil is ‘wasted’ at ArsenalMORE: Mikel Arteta keen for Arsene Wenger to return to ArsenalFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement
The former Ghana assistant coach managed only one win in four games he was in charge in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers and the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifications, he lost twice and drew the other. The 63-year-old had his first spell as coach of Sierra Leone from 2015 to 2017. Read Also:AFCON Qualifier: Sierra Leone coach releases 43-Man list for Eagles The former Liberty Professionals gaffer has also handled the Ghana U17 and U23 national teams and acted as a stop gap coach of the Black Stars in 2008. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Sellas Tetteh has left his post as head coach of the Sierra Leone national team with immediate effect. Promoted Content2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Apocalyptic Scenarios That Could Happen Today7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Most Clever Uses Of CGI In Cinema The Ghanaian trainer according to Ghanasoccernet.com tendered in his resignation to the Sierra Leone Football Association President on Thursday and it has been accepted by the Executive Committee. The former Rwanda boss cited personal reasons as to why he is quitting the job. Tetteh, who guided Ghana to win the 2009 FIFA U20 World Cup in Egypt joined the Leone Stars for a second stint in August 2019.Advertisement Loading…
North Vernon, In. — A significant segment of the U.S. 50 Bypass at North Vernon will be named “Officer Anthony Burton and Reserve Officer Lonnie Howard Memorial Highway” at a presentation scheduled to take place Wednesday, September 5 at 10:30 a.m. The Indiana Department of Transportation will unveil memorial signage as state representatives read House Resolution #14 at ceremonies in the south parking lot at Lord of Life Lutheran Church.The church is located at 3300 North State Road 3 along the U.S. 50 Bypass near the very site where North Vernon law enforcement officers were killed in 1993 following a standoff–the suspect intentionally crashed his vehicle into the policemen’s patrol car.State Representatives Jim Lucas and Randy Frye will be joined by Mayor Mike Ochs, Police Chief James Webster, Pastor Adrian Krebs and INDOT personnel in addressing families of the fallen officers at Wednesday’s public event.
Madrid: Atletico Madrid confirmed on Thursday that they have signed centre forward Nicolas Ibanez from Mexican side Atletico San Luis.The Atletico Madrid website confirmed the arrival of the 24-year-old Argentinian, who scored 22 goals in 43 matches for San Luis this season, but added that the striker would be loaned back to the Mexican outfit for the coming 12 months.The Spanish sports paper Diario AS reports that Atletico have no plans to include Ibanez in their squad in the near future, despite the almost certain departure of Antoine Griezmann and doubts over the future of Diego Costa, and suggests that the player may be loaned to La Liga sides such as Espanyol or Real Betis in the future.Elsewhere in Spain, Valencia striker Rodrigo Moreno said he can’t guarantee he will stay with the Spanish Copa del Rey winners next season, while his club teammate Santi Mina could return to his former side Celta Vigo. Also, Real Sociedad are expected to confirm the signing of Girona striker Portu in the coming days. IANS Also Read: Sports News
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Jenny Novak, a second-year graduate student studying geography, was elected president of the Graduate and Professional Student Senate at Monday night’s GPSS meeting.Ready to serve · Jenny Novak, a second-year graduate student studying geography and the current campus affairs chair for GPSS, was elected president of GPSS on Monday. – James Watson | Daily Trojan Novak, GPSS’ current campus affairs chair, won a large enough majority of the senators’ votes to avoid a run-off. She beat out Edward Ng, a first-year graduate student studying public policy and urban planning, and Juanita Price, a first-year graduate student studying education.Novak said one of her main goals is spreading awareness of GPSS.“The most important thing for us is to focus on in the beginning is publicity … so the entire university community knows about GPSS and so the graduate students know what a resource we can be for them,” Novak said.Her long-term goals include establishing a subsidized transit system, continuing her work on improving sustainability and ensuring a first-year housing guarantee for graduate students, she said.“We want to make sure that our graduate students are getting the adequate space so that we can have students living closer to the community, at least in their first year here,” she said.Novak also hopes to ensure that the graduate student lounge in the new Ronald Tutor Campus Center promotes interdepartmental relationships and helps accomplish other GPSS goals.Aliya Yousufi, a second-year graduate student studying law and the current GPSS vice president, was elected for a second term as vice president.Yousufi, who ran unopposed, told the senators at the meeting Monday, “This year, I want to do a lot more.”Yousufi said she has a number of plans to use surplus funding currently unused by graduate students. She hopes to give all students access to the conference fund, which provides funding for students to attend conferences but is currently limited to certain departments, and to re-establish the professional development fund.“I’m going to be working with the finance chair to create a professional development fund for graduate student to help with networking and job hunting,” she said.Irfan Elahi , a current member of the GPSS Finance Committee and a graduate student studying business, was elected to serve as the finance chair.Elahi proposed increased efficiency, complete transparency and the expansion of the endowment fund. Like Yousufi, he said he would like to revamp the conference fund and add a senator development fund to take advantage of the extra funding GPSS has available.Rosezetta Upshaw, a second-year law student, ran unopposed for Community Service Chair and was elected to serve her second year on the GPSS executive board. She began her involvement as a senator two years ago and currently serves as the elections and recruitment chair.“I don’t want to reinvent the wheel; I want to use GPSS resources to put extra air in those tires that are already rolling,” Upshaw said. “I want to collaborate across disciplines more because my vision is really to bring the campus together.”She plans to offer visits to more schools and detention centers to take on a more visible role in the community.“We’re known for the social programming, the grad bar; we’re known as a bank to come get funding, but I also want us to be known as being active in the community,” Upshaw said. “If we’re all doing service together, if we’re all in the community making a difference, that’s the perfect way to build ourselves as an organization, to make connections across disciplines.”
Somebody get Ted Thompson on the line! Pronto!I’ve got an idea that’s going to blow your mind. I am firmly convinced Rex Grossman is pretty much the worst quarterback ever to (dis)grace a football field, and that the Bears are going the way of the Super Bowl Shuffle if they keep Mr. Gross-man as their quarterback.So who should step up and be the 21st different starting quarterback for the Bears since Packers great Brett Favre started his consecutive-games streak back on Sept. 20, 1992?Why, how about Mr. Favre himself?Yeah, I know, this is like Babe Ruth going from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees (and playing in seven World Series, winning four), or Adam Vinatieri leaving the Patriots for the Colts (Super Bowl XLI), or Ray Bourque going to win his first Cup with the Avalanche. Geez, poor Beantown.But this would be worse, right? You can’t have the most iconic football player of the past 15 years leaving the Packers for another team! And for the Chicago Bears, no less! Can this happen?You “Brett” your sweet bippy it can. I’ve got a doozy of an idea for a trade that just might work out for everybody.First, let’s consider the state of each franchise.Chicago just lost the Super Bowl, and risks falling into the dreaded curse of the Super Bowl loser next season. At the same time, take out the quarterback, and the Bears have themselves a pretty good team — one that legitimately could call itself the strongest team in the league — and most definitely that of the NFC.On the other hand, Green Bay’s roster has more holes than a cart full of Swiss cheese. Favre’s a halfway decent option at quarterback, but he’s no Tom Brady or Peyton Manning anymore. And let’s face it: While he certainly gives the Packers a chance in 2007, No. 4 won’t be around forever (contrary to popular belief around the state).The Bears need nothing but a decent quarterback, and the Packers need a plethora of good players to build for the long haul. Do I smell a deal? Ya Brett-cha. Ah yes, I can see it now, on the SportsCenter bottom line…BREAKING NEWS: Packers QB Brett Favre has been traded to the Bears for the rights to every draft choice Chicago owns in the 2007 and 2008 drafts… and $50 million.Seriously. Sometimes, my own brilliance frightens me to no end.Tell me this isn’t genius! The Bears are almost certain to win Super Bowl XLII, Favre can retire with a second championship ring (along with all those passing records … here’s a tissue, Mr. Marino, and a bottle of anti-depressants, Mr. McGrath), and the Packers — as terrible as they may be next season — are on the fast track to winning a couple of Super Bowls in about four or five years.My guess is Bears fans would jump on this bandwagon a lot quicker than Packers fans. Even the most die-hard supporters are usually welcoming when a star player comes to town, no matter where he’s been or what he’s done.But in speaking with Pats fans about Vinatieri’s newest bling, my guess is Cheeseheads would sooner swear off brats and Miller Lite than see Favre play for Da Bears.How’s this: Favre sticks around for the first half of the season or so, breaks Marino’s touchdown record, yadda yadda yadda. Then, at season’s midpoint, when the Bears are 7-1 in spite of Rex and most definitely not because of him (I’m talking to you, Lovie), Chicago offers all their draft picks up to the then-2-6 Packers, who at this point are more than willing to let Brett end his career on a high note instead of a weekly debate as to whether Aaron Rodgers should start in place of the Packer legend.There, now everybody’s happy. Right?Right?Aaron Brenner is a sophomore majoring in journalism and really doesn’t hate Brett Favre as much as he may let on most of the time. Send all that Brett love to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An impressive Cork side beat the Premier County 2-17 to 1-10 in today’s semi-final clash at Castle Road.The Rebels will face Limerick in the provincial decider.That match will take place on May 21st.
There has been a recent spate of pitch-invaders at matches around the world, and to be fair to the game’s top players, they seem to be taking it well.Cristiano Ronaldo was the latest one to stay classy during Saturday’s match inGranada—a 4-0 Real Madrid win—when a young fan decided to start hugging him and then refused to let go. Ronaldo humoured the fan before security guards finally took over while it looks like Sergio Ramos also had to endure a hugging session. Nice behaviour by the Real stars, but with pitch-invaders increasingly being treated so nicely, surely it only encourages more people to follow their lead?And you have to worry about the day somebody has more dangerous intentions than a mere hug.