The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) — the governing body of high school sports throughout the state — will decide this afternoon whether or not it will allow Del Norte High to host the Division 5-AA state championship football game at home at Mike Whalen Field in Crescent City.Del Norte was awarded the right to host Saturday’s state title game after downing The Kings Academy on Friday in Sunnyvale in the NorCal Region Division 5-AA championship.However the CIF has yet to confirm …
The plea came amid the circulation of rumors among social media users that accuse medical workers of seeking to benefit from the outbreak, despite the growing number of casualties among them in the frontline while treating COVID-19 patients.The Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) reported that at least 109 doctors, eight dentists and 70 nurses had died of COVID-19 as of Friday. The association estimated thousands more were also infected by the novel coronavirus while treating their patients.“It’s not true that COVID-19 cases in Indonesia have surpassed China. The data is just manipulated so medical workers can gain a profit,” Twitter handle @hntyoid posted on July 18, when Indonesia’s official count of COVID-19 cases reached 84,882, surpassing China with 83,644. Read also: Patients crowd hospitals as Indonesia loses 183 ‘priceless’ medical workersA doctor from Kediri, East Java, Tri Maharani, refuted the claims.“These false accusations have hindered us in fighting COVID-19. [They worsen] our fatigue and pressure while [containing this outbreak],” she said in an episode of weekly talk show Mata Najwa, a clip of which was uploaded onto YouTube on Thursday.People started to flock to crowded places as authorities started to ease COVID-19 restrictions in June. However, new COVID-19 patients swarmed hospitals, prompting fears that the country’s healthcare system would eventually collapse.Responding to such concerns, the Jakarta administration will reimpose large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) starting on Monday as the isolation bed occupancy rate in the capital has reached 77 percent.Topics : Doctors have asked the public to stop accusing medical workers of profiting off the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak on social media.Muhammad Alkaff, an internist at Persahabatan General Hospital (RSUP) in East Jakarta, urged the public to spare doctors and other medical workers from such accusations and hate speech.“Please don’t [attack] doctors or medical workers who have struggled to such an extent with more than 100 casualties, with hate speech alleging that we or the hospital receive tens or even hundreds of millions [of rupiah]. We don’t,” Alkaff said in an interview with The Jakarta Post recently.
Overall, the boys Bees tied Guilderland (Section II) for sixth place with 37 points, with Connor Waldron getting to third place in the 600-meter run in 1:25 flat. Delaney, Michaels, Owen Weaver and James Cary were fifth in the 4×800 relay in 8:33.25.Sam Mellinger was fifth in the 300-meter dash in 37.55 seconds and was eighth in the 55-meter dash in 6.84 seconds after qualifying second for the final in 6.74 seconds. Alex Boak was eighth in the weight throw with 49 feet as Weaver finished 10th in the high jump, clearing 5’8″.The B’ville girls finished with 33 points to take sixth place as Allyson Surowick, with a long jump of 16’7 1/4″, made her way to third place. Tags: Baldwinsvilleindoor track Victories by Colin Delaney on the boys side and Lauren Addario on the girls side were a key part of the Baldwinsville indoor track and field team’s appearance at last Friday’s Central New York “Higher, Farther, Faster” Invitational at Utica College’s Hutton Dome.In the seeded portion of the boys 3,200-meter run, Delaney worked his way to a time of nine minutes, 50.06 seconds, beating out Liverpool’s Jake McGowan (9:51.75) as his teammate, Jack Michaels, finished third in 9:55.58.Addario also beat local competition in the girls triple jump. By going 37 feet 6 1/2 inches, she finished nearly half a foot ahead of Cicero-North Syracuse’s Brooke Blaisdell, who was second with 37′ 1/2″. Addario, Surowick, Karen Ekure and Courtney Bostic were sixth in the 4×200 relay in 1:52.78 as Addario was fifth (7.50 seconds) and Ekure sixth (7.52) in the 55-meter dash, Ekure also clearing 5 feet to finish fifth in the high jump.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story
Roger Federer, Milos Raonic and Novak Djokovic are among the big names in action at Wimbledon this afternoon.Big-serving Raonic is currently playing Spain’s Albert Ramos-Vinolas.Grigor Dimitrov has progressed to the last-16 after his oppoent Dudi Sela retired through injury. Photo: © pixabay Sam Querry swiftly finished off his match against Jo-Wilfred Tsonga, winning 7-5 in the their five setter which was delayed by poor light last night.Magdalena Rybarikova, Svetlana Kuznetsova and 2015 finalist Garbine Muguruza have all won their matches in straight sets.