Results from the PCR testing by trained personnel could be ready within just a day. According to Gov. Florencio Miraflores, obtaining a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) machine will test faster the samples of the coronavirus disease 2019 patients in Aklan. He added that he already discussed the plan with Department of Health Region 6 director Dr. Marlyn Convocar and the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine. BOY RYANZ ZABAL/PN Currently, the samples taken from PUIs admitted in the Aklan provincial hospital in this capital town were brought to the DOH Regional Office and then to the RITM for testing. Gov. Florencio Miraflores said that they are working on the plans of obtaining a testing machine with the help of Department of Health (DOH) Region 6 director Dr. Marlyn Convocar and the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) in Muntinlupa. Miraflores added that they will prioritize persons under investigation (PUIs) manifesting severe symptoms as well as medical frontliner personnel in Aklan in the testing for the COVID-19 infection. Of the 28 PUIs, only two are in the said hospital, while the others are under home quarantine.(With a report from Akean Forum/PN) As this province closed its borders for the enhanced community quarantine on March 23, Miraflores said the procurement of PCR will cut short the processing of test samples by RITM and sub-national laboratories. KALIBO, Aklan – The provincial government here is eyeing for a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) machine for the faster testing of samples for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). In the Western Visayas Medical Center in Iloilo City, on the other hand, there are four PCR machines that are operating already screen samples for the COVID-19. As of March 22, the Provincial Health Office-Aklan reported 28 PUIs and 4,333 persons under monitoring.
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North Decatur High School Girls Varsity Volleyball beat Rossville 2-1. 23-25, 25-17, 16-14.ND Scoring: Kara Muckerheide 26 assists, 3 kills & 2 aces; Erika Kramer 11 kills & 7 digs; Olivia & Madelyn Bohman each had 7 kills; Olivia O’Dell 6 digs; Caroline 4 kills; Haley Gorrell 3 kills.North Decatur High School Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to Franklin Central 2-0. 25-17, 25-14..ND Scoring: Kara Muckerheide 11 assists; Sami Luttel 4 assists; Erika Kramer 5 kills; Madeline Bohman, Olivia Bohman, Caroline Stapp & Madelin Hoover all had 2 kills each; Anna Burkhart 5 digs.North Decatur High School Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to Martinsville High School 2-0. 25-16, 25-13.ND Scoring: Erika Kramer 9 digs, 3 kills; Anna Burkhart 8 digs; Kara Muckerheide 4 assists.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Ashley Gauck.
Stoke chairman Peter Coates understands the fans’ negative reaction to recent results, but insists the club are continuing to progress under manager Tony Pulis. Press Association The Potters have won only one of their last nine Barclays Premier League contests and some sections of fans have vented their frustration toward Pulis. But Coates believes recent performances have not been as bad as results would indicate. “We are clearly having a bad run and not playing well but I think these are fine margins,” he told the Stoke Sentinel. “We did enough in the second half at Fulham to get something out of the game and I didn’t think we deserved to lose against West Ham. “If your team is not doing well, your crowd gets restive. It’s no different in Stoke than anywhere else.” But Coates added: “Our current squad is the best we’ve had and to me that represents progress. “He (Pulis) has been here seven years and I think fair-minded Stoke supporters would think they were seven good years. “Our worst finish in the Premier League has been 14th. We would like to finish higher, but this is a highly-competitive game and we are playing in the toughest league in the world.”
3 NBA playoff games set for Wednesday postponed after Bucks don’t take court following shooting of Wisconsin Black manBy admin on September 18, 2020
Associated Press 3 NBA playoff games set for Wednesday postponed after Bucks don’t take court following shooting of Wisconsin Black man Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — 3 NBA playoff games set for Wednesday postponed after Bucks don’t take court following shooting of Wisconsin Black man. August 26, 2020
“I will have a departure from the art fields … and head into more behind the scenes in terms of operations because I am fond of the organizational systems,” Dinh said. “But I may start leaning into more PR and e-commerce stuff, which I previously did this past summer in textile fashion production.” “As an institution, our museums are recognized as having the best standards and practices when it comes to attracting and exhibiting the finest artwork in the world,” Zukoski said. “I believe it’s equally important to curate artwork from our own student artists.” Each academic year, a representative from the provost’s team chooses a student’s art exhibit from the USC Fisher Museum of Art to be featured in their office, taking great care in deciding which art will be displayed and choosing a piece that will send a positive message to students on the importance of displaying student artwork and appreciating the work of USC students. Zukoski said the decision to have a student’s work displayed in his office comes from a desire to represent their student body and their ability to create unique pieces of art. “I am instantly inspired when I come into my office and see student artwork,” Zukoski said. “It serves as a daily reminder for why I am here — for why we as faculty members are all here. It’s to support these brilliant students of ours.” “We [were] looking for pieces that are relevant, dynamic and empowering: Brian Dinh’s artwork embodies all of those elements and more,” Zukoski wrote in an email statement to the Daily Trojan. Zukoski endorsed the decision to display a student’s artwork. He said he feels that it adds value to the office by showcasing the artistic skills of USC students. Dinh said that having the first artwork he’s created on display was bittersweet since the work represents a stage of his artistic journey that has come to a close as he has begun to “loosen” his artistic style. Provost Charles Zukoski sends a representative to the student art display every year to select work that will be hung in his office, reminding him of the students at the core of his work. (Vincent Leo | Daily Trojan) As for Dinh’s future plans post-college, he hopes to continue pursuing art but wants to change his field of interest. “It’s a work that encapsulates the beginning of something that I’m moving away from,” Dinh said. “I don’t produce that kind of work anymore. So does that mean my work is less valuable [compared to today’s work]?” Dinh, a senior majoring in fine arts with an emphasis in oil painting, had his first oil painting “Dream Beam” featured in Zukoski’s office. The painting depicts a boat on the water’s surface with fish swimming underneath the surface of the flowing water. Since August, Provost Charles Zukoski’s office has been home to vibrant paintings of still life and portraits. They’re pieces from throughout senior Brian Dinh’s art career, ranging from his high school artwork to the end of his senior year of college. In addition, Zukoski hopes the artwork will send a message to students that the work they create holds value. Dinh, who will graduate in May, currently works as an office administrator at the Fisher Museum of Art — an experience that he said has piqued his curiosity about museum operation. “I went to a performing arts high school, so everyone there pretty much had their own gifts to bring to the table,” Dinh said. “[At USC] I feel like the disparity between that has been a setback in terms of challenging yourself creatively when there’s not a lot of people who feel as creative as you do.” “Art is essential to education: It creates a culture of thought that moves, inspires and transforms people,” Zukoski said. “Contemporary art created by our own students at this very specific time in history has something to say about our current culture and world, and I think it’s worth listening to by placing it in our offices, schools and maybe even someday our museums.” Dinh felt that the biggest setback for him artistically is that many students in his art classes tend to be from non-art majors and are in the class to relax, while Dinh himself is passionate about the subject.
After three weeks of training, the 2016 NNPC/Chevron Junior Tennis Clinic came to an exciting end last Saturday at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan with all the budding stars feeling fulfilled and set to hit the stardom in few years to come.In an elaborate ceremony attended by tennis players, coaches, fans and top officials of the joint venture partner and sponsor, Chevron Nigeria Limited, the 100 players, who participated in the programme, gave the fans a great display of skills they gained during the programme before they were rewarded with quality gift items by the sponsor.Addressing the players after the event, the General Manager, Government and Public Affairs of Chevron Nigeria Limited, Deji Haastrup said the oil firm was impressed with the players performance and attitude during the clinic, coordinated by a former Chairman of the Nigeria Cricket Association, Chris Enahoro.While acknowledging the support of the various organisations and individual, who have jointly contributed to the success of the tennis programme, Mr. Haastrup commended Enahoro for talent discovery project which he hopes in the next few years will transform into star players in the next few years.From day-one, the high high turn-out of players to the clinic, was a sort of excitement to the the Chevron official who are encouraged with the programmed and promised to continue with the project.Mr. Haastrup however challenged the participants to improve on the foundation that has been laid for them at the NNPC/Chevron Tennis Clinic.“In the course of the three weeks that the clinic has lasted, the selected kids have been tutored in various aspects of the game by carefully selected expert trainers, some of whom have played the game at professional level.“I can therefore say that the participants have been exposed to the necessary basics of tennis, upon which they can build on. I like to congratulate the participants, who have been privileged to be part of this year’s edition. I believe that they will continue to improve on the foundation that has been laid at this clinic”, added Haastrup.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Kumasi Asante Kotoko was on Thursday presented with a 14-seater minibus as their prize for emerging champions of the 2011/2012 Premier League.The minibus, valued at $27,500 is the ultimate prize for the Premier League for which the Porcupine Warriors received it in addition to the League trophy, which was presented to them during their coronation on the final day of the season.Kwesi Nyantakyi, President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) described the package as attractive and in line with his outfit’s decision to give out a vehicle to the eventual winner of the 30-week League.He recalled that the vehicle will be useful to the activities of the Club, recalling that former League champions, Aduana Stars and Berekum Chelsea also benefited from the initiative.Jerry Asare, Accra Representative of Asante Kotoko, commended the GFA for living up to their promise to present a vehicle to the winner of the League. He was presented on behalf of Kotoko with the keys to the 14-seater minibus which has the ‘2011/2012 League Champions’ embossed on it.Asante Kotoko, it would be recalled emerged League winners with 63 points, 14-points more than second-placed AshantiGold.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Class 4A Division 1 District 7 has officially become the craziest district in Kansas. Tonight, Rose Hill upset Mulvane 28-22.What does that mean? Wellington can now win this district with a victory in Ulysses. It can make the playoffs provided it loses by 10 points or less.Mulvane and Rose Hill played on a Thursday. The Rockets would win to improve to 1-2. Mulvane would fall to 1-2. This means if Wellington wins over Ulysses that would put the Crusaders at 2-1 tied with the Tigers at 2-1. But that would give Wellington the tiebreaker because it would have the head-to-head victory over Ulysses.Â If Wellington loses, it can get the district runner-up provided it is not a blowout. It has to lose by 10 points or less. If it loses by 11 points or more, then Mulvane goes.Kansas district play is set up in such a weird way that Rose Hill was leading with less than two minutes to play 28-15. Normally, the Rockets would just take a knee. But the Rockets were at -33 points and had to a 20+ victory over Mulvane. Instead they were sacked three times, Mulvane got the ball at midfield and would score with 45 seconds to go on a 40-yard pass play.So that ended Rose Hill’s chances of the playoffs.Wellington has extra incentive Friday night. If it can win district it can get the first round playoff game at home and avoid a trip on the road against a mammoth opponent from District 8.Sumner Newscow will have live tweets from Ulysses.Go Crusaders!The following are the updated District points: Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (2) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. -1 Vote up Vote down Fan · 301 weeks ago Injuries have desamated this team. One last shot seniors, you may not ever get a opportunity to play this game AGAIN. Starters and reserves dig deep and let pull this thing out. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down anonymous · 301 weeks ago Money time. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Thursday, Oct. 30Â Â Â WLPoints x-Ulysses2028 Follow us on Twitter. Wellington115 Class 4A District 7Â Â Clinches Playoff berth with 10 point loss or less against Ulysses. WellingtonClinches District with win over Ulysses Mulvane12-6 x- clinches playoff berth UlyssesClinches District with win over Wellington. Rose Hill12-27 Scenario:Â MulvaneClinches playoff berth with Wellington losing by 11 points or more to Ulysses.
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