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Coronavirus: Death toll rises, millions more confined

first_imgThe new coronavirus that appeared late December has claimed 563 lives, infected more than 28,000 people in mainland China and spread to more than 20 countries.Here is a timeline.New virus  – First death -China announces its first death in Wuhan on January 11.Two days later the first case outside China is reported in Thailand, originating in Wuhan.Japan reports its first case, also from Wuhan, on January 16.The United States, Nepal, France, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Vietnam and Taiwan confirm cases over the following days.The US starts screening flights from Wuhan, to be followed by Asian countries.- Human transmission -By January 20, nearly half of China’s provinces are affected, including Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.A Chinese infectious disease expert confirms the illness can be transmitted between humans.Epicentre quarantined Wuhan is placed under quarantine on January 23, with transport links cut there and in other Hubei province cities, affecting more than 56 million people.The WHO says the outbreak is an emergency in China but not yet globally.Beijing cancels events for the upcoming Lunar New Year. Several landmarks are closed. The first two deaths are reported outside Hubei.On January 24, the first cases are recorded in Europe, in France.Public shutdown Beijing extends the Lunar New Year holiday to limit travel. On January 27, the US and Germany tell their citizens not to travel to China.On January 28, Germany and Japan announce the first two confirmed human-to-human transmissions outside China.Evacuations On January 29, the US and Japan become the first of several nations to start evacuating citizens from Wuhan.The coronavirus emerges in the Middle East, in the United Arab Emirates.Some international airlines suspend their China flights. Foreign companies shutdown Chinese factories and shops.- International emergency -On January 30, the WHO declares a “public health emergency of international concern”.Russia shuts its border with China.On January 31, as Britain, France and North Korea airlift their nationals, Italy declares a state of emergency.The US says on February 1 it is banning the entry of foreign nationals who had recently travelled to China, a move followed by other countries. First deaths outside China On February 2, Wenzhou — around 800 kilometres (500 miles) from Wuhan — becomes the second city to be locked down.The Philippines reports the first coronavirus death outside China.China says it will pump in 1.2 trillion yuan ($173 billion) to protect growth. Chinese stocks collapse on February 3, the first day of trading since the holiday.On February 4, Hong Kong reports a coronavirus death, the second outside the mainland.Singapore announces its first cases of local transmissions. Gaming centre Macao closes its casinos for two weeks.The WHO says the outbreak does not yet constitute a “pandemic”.Cruise ship infections On February 5, Hong Kong announces a mandatory two-week quarantine for all travellers from mainland China. Millions more on the Chinese mainland are told to stay at home. Twenty people on a cruise ship off the Japanese coast test positive for the virus, with around 3,700 onboard. Airbus closes an aircraft production facility in Tianjin near Beijing, and Vietnam joins countries banning arrivals from China.Topics : Health authorities in Wuhan, an industrial city in central Hubei province, first document the new illness on December 8. On December 31, China alerts the World Health Organization (WHO) to cases of pneumonia in the city.Several infections are traced to a Wuhan market, which is shut on January 1.As infections rise, Chinese officials say on January 7 they have identified a new virus from the coronavirus family. It is named 2019-nCoV.last_img read more

Romelu Lukaku’s red-hot form takes him to seven goals in six for Everton

first_img DECEMBER 1 v MIDDLESBROUGH Lukaku’s purple patch stretched from November into December as he doubled the Toffees’ advantage in a 2-0 Capital One Cup win over Middlesbrough to send the Merseysiders through to the semi-finals. No prizes for guessing who supplied the cross as Lukaku glanced Deulofeu’s fine near-post delivery into the far corner in a manner reminiscent of his first goal against Aston Villa. DECEMBER 7 v CRYSTAL PALACE It had looked like being one of those nights for both Lukaku and Everton as they failed to convert their second-half dominance into goals. The hosts’ centre-forward had hit a post and the crossbar either side of Scott Dann’s headed opener, but when Deulofeu drilled a ball across the six-yard box, Lukaku was on hand to turn home from close range to keep the streak alive and score his 50th Toffees goal in his 100th outing for the club. NOVEMBER 1 v SUNDERLAND Lukaku was part of a brilliant performance in a 6-2 victory over Sam Allardyce’s Black Cats at Goodison. Strike partner Arouna Kone grabbed the headlines with a hat-trick but Lukaku, who would have flicked in the third had Sebastian Coates not beaten him to it, got in on the act to score the fourth. He collected Gerard Deulofeu’s defence-splitting pass, knocked it around Costel Pantilimon and rolled into the net. NOVEMBER 7 v WEST HAM Prior to this trip to London, Lukaku had scored in each of his previous six games against the Hammers as an Everton player. Roberto Martinez’s side were trailing to a classy finish from Manuel Lanzini but they were able to rely on their big Belgian to produce the goods again in a 1-1 draw. It was a carbon copy of his strike against Sunderland, Deulofeu again supplying the pass as Adrian was the goalkeeper made to look foolish this time. NOVEMBER 21 v ASTON VILLA The only double of Lukaku’s scoring run came against Aston Villa on an afternoon when Ross Barkley also bagged a brace as the Toffees routed the struggling midlands club 4-0. Lukaku’s first was a header directed into the far corner from Seamus Coleman’s right-wing cross and he rounded off a brilliant team move, involving both Deulofeu and Barkley, to stroke in his second and Everton’s fourth. NOVEMBER 28 v BOURNEMOUTH It was the Deulofeu-and-Lukaku connection again on the south coast to put the visitors 2-0 up in a thrilling contest that would end 3-3 following dramatic late goals at either end. The Barcelona graduate spotted Lukaku’s run off Steve Cook and the Belgian took one touch, continued to hold off the defender and rifled in a near-post finish past Australia international Adam Federici in the Bournemouth goal. Romelu Lukaku’s red-hot form continued on Monday night as the Everton forward netted for the sixth successive match in all competitions. The Belgian rescued a point for the Toffees with an 81st-minute finish against Crystal Palace at Goodison Park to take his tally for the calendar year to 27 goals, while it was also his 50th Everton goal in 100 appearances. Here, Press Association Sport details his current scoring streak. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Reyes taps Alas, Amer to join Gilas pool

first_imgLATEST STORIES Cayetano dares Lacson, Drilon to take lie-detector test: Wala akong kinita sa SEA Games Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Para athletes seek public help for funding through ‘Alay Para Atleta’ 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire What ‘missteps’? Amer has been averaging 15.3 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 4.2 assists this past conference, while Alas has racked 9.6 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.2 assists.READ: 15 players called up as Gilas resumes practice; Ravena, Paras on the listAlas last saw action for the national team in the 2014 Fiba Asia Cup, while Amer has won a gold medal in the 2015 SEA Games.Reyes earlier called out his cadets and invited Kobe Paras, Kiefer Ravena, and Fil-German Christian Standhardiger to join the Gilas Pilipinas practices, set to start on June 20.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’center_img World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide Guinto and Grey were earlier tapped to be part of the 27-man national team pool, and even saw action in the three-leg 2017 PBA All-Star Week games, where the national team faced off against PBA All-Stars from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.READ: Reyes to pick just 2 players even as Gilas reps from GlobalPort grow to 4FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutHowever, the two found themselves traded to GlobalPort, creating a league imbalance which put four pool members in the Batang Pier camp, together with Terrence Romeo and cadet Von Pessumal, while leaving NLEX and Meralco without a second representative to the pool.Now, Reyes can move on and continue his buildup for the upcoming 2017 Fiba Asia Cup and the 2017 Southeast Asian Games with this rejigged pool. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Baser Amer (left) and Kevin Alas. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netKevin Alas and Baser Amer are the two new entries to the Gilas Pilipinas pool.Gilas Pilipinas coach Chot Reyes announced his decision on Friday as he replaces pool members Bradwyn Guinto and Jonathan Grey.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

Gov’t Working to Meet Needs Of Disabled Persons

first_imgJonathon Rowe is among the estimated 400,000 Jamaicans, representing 15 per cent of the population, living with some form of disability.  The 28-year old St. Catherine resident has cerebral palsy, and a severe speech impediment, which he struggles to cope with daily.  Cerebral palsy is a disorder that affects muscle tone, movement, and motor skills, and is usually caused by brain damage that occurs before or during birth, or during the first three to five years of a child’s life. Mr. Rowe, who is supported by family and friends, notes that “sometimes it is hard to get by. When you want to go somewhere, or do something and you are unable to move on your own, it can be difficult. It is also really difficult when you are trying to say something, and persons do not understand what you are trying to say.” Mr. Rowe’s mother, Dionne Thompson, admits that the situation is challenging at times, but notes that no matter how hard things get, she always gets through with God’s help, and that of relatives and friends. While commending the work of the Jamaica Council for Persons with Disabilities (JCPD), she says that perhaps, more could be done to reach people, especially those in remote areas. She mentions the need for a special bus service, specially equipped schools in all parishes, at different levels, counselling for parents to deal with children, who have special needs, and access to information in all modes of communication. “I just want to see persons with disabilities being an integral part of society, without being discriminated against, and playing their role so that they can be considered equal to the able-bodied,” she points out. Minister of Labour and Social Security, Hon. Derrick Kellier, says the Government understands the growing concerns of parents of children with disabilities, and is working along with other state bodies to meet their needs. “We are working to ensure that persons with disabilities, or special needs, are included in the economic, civil and political processes of our country, because the aim is to have a more inclusive society, where all persons, including the disabled, can play a part,” he says. “I am happy to say that the world is changing – and so, too, are views and modalities relating to persons with disabilities. Over the last few decades, a shift in thinking has taken place, and it is no longer correct to view persons with disabilities as objects of charity. They are citizens with equal rights and full power, playing an active role in society,” he adds. While acknowledging that there are gaps, he says that there has been a lot of progress. He informs that the Government has stepped up its efforts to implement a number of policies and programmes, to secure the well-being of the disabled community and there are ongoing efforts to adequately facilitate disabled persons in Jamaica. “We are working to have all new schools constructed with the necessary facilities to meet the needs of children with disabilities, while older schools are being encouraged to make arrangements or modifications, where necessary,” he tells JIS News. Mr. Kellier further notes that several specially designed buses have been added to the public transportation system to allow for access by wheelchair-bound persons and those with other forms of mobility challenges. The Minister indicates that he will be working to provide more education and training opportunities for the disabled and to ensure that the National Disability Act is passed in Parliament during the 2012/2013 legislative year. This legislation, he says, will seek to provide the regulatory framework to protect and support the rights of persons with disabilities in all spheres, including education and training, health services, employment, access to the built environment and participation in public life. Minister Kellier tells JIS News that the Ministry is also in the process of creating an electronic database of persons with disabilities, with assistance from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The aim is to establish a reliable register to enable more effective planning by the Government to meet the needs of the disabled community. The Minister says that efforts must be made at the family and community levels to eliminate stigma and discrimination. “We must strive to promote awareness of disability issues, rehabilitation and the participation of persons with disabilities in national development,” he notes. Importantly, he underlines that this can only be achieved with direct participation from lobby groups, and persons with disabilities. Meanwhile, Ms. Thompson urges parents with disabled children to “love them, care for them, and nurture them, because they did not ask to be born or be given their conditions. We, as parents, brought them into this world to become a part of society, so we should cater to their every need.”last_img read more

Survey finds minimal progress in militarys fight against sexual misconduct

first_imgOTTAWA — A new Statistics Canada survey of military personnel suggests the Canadian Forces has made minimal progress in eradicating serious sexual misconduct from the ranks despite years of effort.According to results released Wednesday morning, 1.6 per cent of regular-force members — or about 900 full-time military personnel — reported being the victim of a sexual assault over the previous 12 months.The rate among reservists was even higher, with 2.2 per cent — or about 300 part-time military personnel — reporting they were the victim of a sexual assault, which includes sexual attacks, unwanted sexual touching or sexual activity without consent.The numbers represent only a slight improvement from a similar survey conducted by Statistics Canada two years earlier, raising questions about the effectiveness of the military’s efforts to eliminate such behaviour.In a statement, the military’s second-in-command, Lt.-Gen. Paul Wynnyk, says the number of military personnel who continue to be affected by sexual misconduct is “completely unacceptable.”At the same time, Wynnyk says it is encouraging the vast majority of service members see such actions as unacceptable and have confidence in the military’s ability to deal with reports of misbehaviour.The Canadian Presslast_img read more