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Six New COVID-19 Cases Reported Over The Weekend In Chautauqua County

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) MGN ImageMAYVILLE – Six new cases of COVID-19 were reported from Saturday to Monday in Chautauqua County.The County Health Department says the new cases involve two people under the age of 18, a woman in her 20s, 30s and 40s, and, a man in his 50s.There are now 16 cases active, with one person hospitalized, 261 cases total and 236 recovered.Additionally, 114 people are under quarantine or isolation orders by the Public Health Director and being monitored. Officials say not all of those being monitored are confirmed to have COVID-19 but have either shown symptoms, are awaiting results, or have risk factors.last_img


Who can Manchester United, Arsenal and Wolves face in the Europa League last 32?

first_imgClub BruggeOlympiacosShakhtar DonetskBayer LeverkusenAPOELCopenhagenGetafeSporting CPCFR ClujRangersAZ AlkmaarWolfsburgLudogoretsRoma RB SalzburgInter MilanBenficaAjaxSevillaMalmo FFBaselLASKCelticEspanyolFC PortoGentIstanbul Basaksehir When is the Europa League last 32 draw?The draw is made at midday on Monday following the Champions League draw.When will the last 32 ties be played?The fixtures will be played on 20 and 27 February.MORE: Freddie Ljungberg ‘feels sorry for Arsenal’s young players’ despite Bukayo Saka’s ‘tremendous night’MORE: Martin Keown hails Arsenal star Gabriel Martinelli and slams ‘lucky’ Freddie Ljungberg Ole Gunnar Solskjaer secured top spot in Europa League Group L (Picture: Getty Images)Manchester United, Arsenal and Celtic have all topped their Europa League groups and will go into the draw for the last 32 as seeded teams, while Wolves and Rangers will be unseeded.This gives United, Arsenal and Celtic a faovurable draw as they will take on either a group runner-up, or one of the four teams that drop out of the Champions League with the lowest points.Inter Milan, Ajax, Benfica and Red Bull Salzburg are all joining the Europa League and Wolves and Rangers could face any of them.Instead United, Celtic and Arsenal could meet Club Brugge, Olympiacos, Shakhtar Donetsk, Bayer Leverkusen or one of the sides that finished second in their Europa League group.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTTeams cannot be drawn against sides from the same country or that played in the same group as them.There could still be all-British affairs with Manchester United or Arsenal able to draw Rangers, while Celtic could play Wolves. Who can Man Utd be drawn against? Who can Arsenal be drawn against? Who can Manchester United, Arsenal and Wolves face in the Europa League last 32? Metro Sport ReporterThursday 12 Dec 2019 9:59 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement Comment Who can Wolves be drawn against? Advertisement Club BruggeOlympiacosShakhtar DonetskBayer LeverkusenAPOELCopenhagenGetafeSporting CPCFR ClujEintracht FrankfurtRangersWolfsburgLudogoretsRoma 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 Freddie Ljungberg has taken Arsenal into the last 32 (Picture: REUTERS)last_img read more


‘Disabled’ Protest Obstructs Traffic for Seven Hours

first_imgAggrieved disabled persons during the protest They want President Weah remove unpopular leaders at National Commission on DisabilitiesA traffic holdup was created along the Tubman Boulevard in Sinkor early yesterday when a group of persons living with various forms of disability, under the banner, “Disabled of Like Minds for Good Governance (DLMGG),” blocked the motor way leading to Congo Town, demanding President George Weah to reverse his recent decision endorsing the present leadership at the National Commission on Disability (NCD).The present leadership of the NCD is led by Mrs. Ricardo Dennis, Executive Director; Fallah Cymbio Boima, Deputy Director for Administration; and Joshua Bull, Deputy Director for Operations.Yesterday’s protest by members of the DLMGG was led by Rally Tamba Fallah, who said some members of the organization are disappointed in President Weah’s style of leadership, “because he did not listen to them before endorsing the present leadership of the National Commission on Disability.”“Until then, we had used all diplomatic means to meet with the President, to solve the impasse in the Commission, but the President did not listen to us,” Fallah claimed.“Is this the hope for change we talked about, the Weah we love so much is treating us with less importance? Where is the pro-poor policy you promised us when you cannot listen to our cries?” Fallah lamented.Prior to their protest, Fallah said they had appealed to President Weah. Unfortunately, the office of the president told them that ‘he does not act on speculations.’ “Therefore,” Fallah added, “we too will remain unbending not to compromise anything until he can address our interest to the full.”“We will continue to demand the removal of the leadership until the last man among us dies, or else we will not compromise with anybody,” Fallah said.Samuel Mawen Sumo Dean, Sr., co-chair of DLMGG, said they are asking the president to revoke the reinstatement of the present leadership at the National Commission on Disability because the team has spent eight years in power without improving the lives of the disabled.Mr. Dean said his fellow disabled are still begging in the streets because the Commission has failed over the years to introduce programs that would make them self-sufficient in the country.He said the lives of those children in the streets aiding their parents to beg are not secure because those presently heading the Commission have no education programs that would transform them into productive citizens.“Persons with disabilities are under-represented and are poor, abused, uneducated and regarded as 5th class citizens in their own country. We are always in the backroom and we can never benefit from our country’s natural resources because our leaders have chosen to exploit us socially and control us politically,” Dean said.Dean wants the Commission to provide those things that will best serve the interest of people living with disabilities.He said the Commission has abandoned its one-and-a-half acres of land and has decided to rent a small apartment for US$25,000 per annum, instead of using the money to provide homes and vocational education for the disabled and thus turn them into productive citizens.Dean believes that if President Weah cannot listen to the cries of people living with disabilities, then the pro-poor policy is just another joke because they are the poorest of the poor.Jefferson S. Kanmoh, the security advisor to President Weah, in his intervention said while they could have a legitimate case for consideration, the president will consider their protest as an “unpleasant decision of the disabled to block the road and stop the free-flow of traffic.”Kanmoh said the president takes the issue of the disabled seriously. Therefore he is prepared to listen to them at all times and will meet with the leadership of the group to discuss the way forward.“The reason for the delay is that the president is investigating the allegations of the disabled independently and plans to come up in the shortest time with a balanced decision that will not be based on speculations,” Kanmoh assured the protestors.Alhough the aggrieved protestors agreed to leave the streets, they warned that the protest is just the beginning and they will return if the problems are not addressed by the president.Meanwhile, the group has demanded that the president should order the three directors in question to stay away from the offices of the National Commission on Disability until the matter is resolved.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more