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H1N1 FLU BREAKING NEWS: Case counts, first Aussie death, New Zealand raises response level

first_imgJun 19, 2009World novel H1N1 cases top 44,000The number of global novel influenza cases grew to 44,287 cases, including 180 deaths, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported today. The total is a 4,667 increase from the number it reported in its Jun 17 update. The list includes the first confirmed cases from Laos, Oman, St Maarten, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, and Suriname. Countries reporting large increases include Mexico, Canada, Argentina, Chile, and the United Kingdom.[WHO update 51]US novel flu cases push past 21,000The nation’s number of novel H1N1 cases grew to 21,449, including 87 deaths, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported today. The number reflects an increase of 3,594 cases and 87 fatalities from a week ago. States reporting the most cases include Wisconsin, Illinois, Texas, New York, Massachusetts, and California. New York confirmed the highest number of deaths, 24, followed by Texas with 10, and California, Utah, and Illinois with 8 each.[Current CDC numbers]Aboriginal member is Australia’s first novel flu deathAustralian health officials today reported the country’s first novel flu death, a 26-year-old man from a remote Western Australia community, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported. The man, who reportedly had a number of other health conditions, died in an Adelaide hospital where he was flown earlier this week for pneumonia treatment. Tests yesterday revealed he also had novel H1N1 flu. Some experts warn that the pandemic’s effects could be more severe in remote populations.[Jun 19 ABC story]Papua New Guinea, Bangladesh confirm first casesOfficials in Papua New Guinea and Bangladesh reported the nations’ first novel H1N1 cases, according to media reports today. Few details were available about the patient in Papua New Guinea, other than he or she had recently developed flulike symptoms after overseas travel. Meanwhile, a health official in Bangladesh said the country’s first case was in a 17-year-oldNew Zealand raises pandemic response levelNew Zealand’s health ministry announced today that the country was shifting from a “contain” to a “manage” pandemic response level. In a statement, the ministry said the change reflects increased transmission of the virus, particularly in Wellington, Christchurch, and Auckland, not the severity of the disease. The ministry said the change will enable community health services to manage large numbers of influenza patients and maintain service levels for other sick people.[Jun 19 New Zealand health ministry statement]last_img read more


Ex-Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla given a guard of honour in final Villarreal game

first_imgCazorla has not yet announced his next move, but he has already indicated that he would be open to being part of Mikel Arteta’s coaching staff at Arsenal.‘I don’t know what my legacy is [at Arsenal],’ Cazorla told Vamos in May.‘You have to ask the fans, but I want to thank everyone.‘I don’t know what I will do next, maybe a coach, maybe a sports director, but I would like to come back.’ Comment Ex-Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla given a guard of honour in final Villarreal game Advertisement Santi Cazorla bids farewell to Villarreal and LaLiga 👋What a player! 🙌 pic.twitter.com/oTlEGj8Ugh— Premier Sports 📺 (@PremierSportsTV) July 19, 2020 Santi Cazorla was lifted in the air by his Villarreal teammates (Getty Images)Former Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla was given a guard of honour in his final appearance for Villarreal.The 35-year-old will not be renewing his contract with Villarreal and played his final game for the Spanish club in the 4-0 win over Eibar on Sunday.Cazorla was substituted with less than 10 minutes remaining and received a standing ovation from both Villarreal and Eibar players as he left the pitch.After the full-time whistle, Cazorla and Bruno Soriano, who is also leaving the club this summer having made over 400 appearances, were given a guard of honour by both sets of players.ADVERTISEMENTCazorla, whose career came close to ending in 2017 after he had contracted gangrene following an Achilles operation, was also bumped in the air by his Villarreal teammates.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe midfielder has thrived since returning for a second spell with Villarreal in August 2018 and has finished this season with 11 goals and nine assists in La Liga.center_img ⚽ Y así, flotando en el aire, como su fútbol, se ha despedido @19SCazorla de fútbol español. 🙌🏽 Santi, tú has disfrutado jugando pero nosotros hemos disfrutado más viéndote ¡Gloria y honor! pic.twitter.com/Snd3PtVO4c— Tiempo de Juego (@tjcope) July 19, 2020Meanwhile, reports in Spain are claiming that former Arsenal boss Unai Emery has reached an agreement to become Villarreal’s new manager.Emery has been out of work since he was sacked by Arsenal in December.Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSunday 19 Jul 2020 8:18 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.8kShares 👏🏾 ASÍ SE DESPIDE A DOS LEYENDAS💛💛 Bruno y Cazorla abandonan con la ovación de sus compañeros y rivales😢 Ha sido su último partido con la camiseta del Villarreal🎥 @javi_lazaro pic.twitter.com/kbM4pERyEN— Radio MARCA (@RadioMARCA) July 19, 2020‘Speaking after his final game for Villarreal, Cazorla said: ‘This is not goodbye, it is a see you later. ‘I always said that I would be honest with the club. At the moment that I couldn’t give 100 per cent I was going to throw myself aside. ‘These are feelings that I have and I have decided to look for a new adventure.’last_img read more


Cricket News Michael Clarke feels Jasprit Bumrah will become best bowler in the world

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Former Australia captain Michael Clarke was effusive in his praise of Jasprit Bumrah, saying that the India pacer “will soon become the best bowler in the world” across three formats. Bumrah returned with figures of 6-33 to help India bundle out Australia for 151 in their first innings in the third Test.“He must be a great guy to play with and to captain. He doesn’t mind the pressure or the expectations. He wants to learn and is a workhorse not too long before he will become the best bowler in the world,” Clarke said on Sony Network.“In the next few months, Bumrah will be the number one bowler in all three formats.”Jasprit Bumrah took 6/33 and registered his third five-wicket haul as Australia were bowled out for 151, giving India a massive lead of 292 runs. It was indeed a surprise that Virat Kohli did not enforce the follow-on. Bumrah, along with Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma chipped in with vital wickets at crucial times.Also Read | Yearender 2018: Virat Kohli’s list of dodgy decisions hurt Indian cricket teamFor Australia, none of their batsmen got going as their woeful year with the bat continued. However, in a sensational burst of bowling, Pat Cummins took four wickets for just four runs as Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara were dismissed for 0. India lead by 346 runs and an interesting day 4 is in prospect.Bumrah’s efforts on the third day of the Boxing day Test also made him the first bowler from the subcontinent to take a five-for or more in South Africa, England and Australia in the same year.He has so far picked up 45 wickets in nine Tests this year.(With inputs from PTI)  last_img read more