40-day-old baby dies in East Java after contracting COVID-19 from visitors

first_imgPDP is a designation for people who have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 but whose illness has not been confirmed, meaning they awaiting either testing or test results.”The parents brought the baby to Smart Pamekasan Regional General Hospital on June 9. He was immediately isolated by the health care workers at the hospital,” Sigit said.Read also: Don’t neglect children’s rights during pandemic: KPAIThe baby’s COVID-19 test result came back positive. Despite the treatment he received, the baby died on Sunday.”He was laid to rest yesterday according to COVID-19 protocols,” Sigit added.Syaiful said the task force had tested the baby’s parents. They were negative for COVID-19.As of Monday, Pamekasan regency had recorded 82 cases of COVID-19 with 18 fatalities and 18 recoveries. (nal)Topics : A 40-day-old baby died in Tlanakan district, Pamekasan regency, East Java, on Sunday after contracting COVID-19, believed to have been spread by neighbors who visited the newborn weeks ago.The baby, who tested positive for the virus when he was 28 days old, died in Smart Pamekasan General Regional Hospital after nearly two weeks of treatment.”Based on the contract tracing we carried out, the baby contracted COVID-19 from neighbors who visited him soon after he was born,” Pamekasan regency COVID-19 task force chief Syaiful Hidayat said on Monday. He said many visitors had held the baby.Read also: Indonesia’s hundreds of suspected child virus deaths highlight dangerSoon after the visits, the baby showed symptoms of COVID-19, including a fever, coughing and labored breathing.Task force spokesperson Sigit Priyono said there were a number of patients under surveillance (PDP) and people who had tested positive for COVID-19 who continued their daily activities and did not self-isolate in Tlanakan district.last_img read more

These are the places where you can still find affordable properties

first_imgThere is still good value in the Whitsunday’s region with this home at81 Gordon St, Bowen listed for just $288,000 Picture: realestate.com.auWHILE Brisbane’s property market may appear affordable to buyers from southern states, buying a house close to the CBD can still be out of the price range of some buyers.According to PRDnationwide national research manager Dr Diaswati Mardiasmo, those with a budget of less than $500,000 had fewer options in Brisbane now than they did just a year ago.In the first half of 2017 that price range could access 15.3 per cent of the market, but by the second half of 2017 it would only access 10.6 per cent.But Dr Mardiasmo said all hope was not lost, there were still places where such a budget could score an affordable property in an area predicted for future growth.“What we’re now seeing in the market is a diminishing pool of available properties at the lower and mid-price range, especially in the capital cities of Brisbane and Hobart that were once touted as affordable,’’ she said.Dr Mardiasmo has come up with a list of four areas outside of Brisbane which are still affordable and have good growth indicators for local jobs and a sustainable economic future.Among other factors she selected areas with on par or higher rental yields than the closest capital city, as well as on-par or lower vacancy rate compared to the closest capital cityThe area also needed to be earmarked for a significant amount of future development work and have low unemployment figures.In Queensland the tops areas according to Dr Mardiasmo were Whitsunday Regioanl Council, Ipswich City Council, Toowoomba Regional Council and Southern Downs Regional Council.Dr Mardiasmo said Whitsunday Regional Council area has plenty of job opportunities including for technicians, trade workers, labourers and managers. She said unemployment at 6.7 per cent was is much lower than both Brisbane 7.4 per cent and Queensland 7.6 per cent.She said buyers were urged to secure their properties now because there were still incredibly affordable property prices and promising capital growth on offer.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoThe area has a median house price of $375,000, median unit price of $220,000 and median land price of $165,000.“As the majority of the Whitsunday’s population choose to rent (36.4 per cent), investors are urged to capitalise on the strong conditions offered in the area’s rental market,’’ she said.The Ipswich City Council has a median house price of $347,500, a median unit price of $318,750 and median land price of $190,000.“Also in December 2017, yields continued to stand out for houses at 4.8 per cent and units 6.2 per cent,’’ she said.“This offers much more appealing conditions than Brisbane’s house and unit yields of 3.8 per cent and 5 per cent respectively.’’ Toowoomba Regional Council had a median house price of $380,000, median unit price of $304,000 and median land price of $180,000.“First home buyers are urged to take advantage of the affordable property prices and gain the rewards of solid capital growth,’’ Dr Mardiasmo said.She said the area had much more favourable conditions for investment than Brisbane.The Southern Downs Regional Council area has a median house price of $280,000, median unit price of $225,000 and median land price of $108,500. It has a very low vacancy rate and strong rental yields for houses and units.“Investors are urged to capitalise on solid returns and strong capital gains,’’ Dr Mardiasmo said.last_img read more

DEA wraps up Sierra acquisition. Gets hold of Zama discovery share

first_imgGerman oil company DEA Deutsche Erdoel has completed the previously announced purchase of Sierra Oil & Gas, an independent Mexican oil and gas company.Maria Moraeus Hanssen, DEA’s CEOSierra holds interests in a portfolio of six exploration and appraisal blocks in Mexico, including the world-class Zama discovery made by Talos in July 2017.Zama has been described as one of the largest shallow water discoveries in the past 20 years globally.Maria Moraeus Hanssen, DEA’s CEO said the German oil company saw Mexico as a growth market for its oil and gas business.She said: “Following the combination of the new Sierra portfolio and the existing DEA assets, we will have a very active year ahead in terms of operations. The acquisition of Sierra is a fantastic opportunity for us to become a very serious player with a significant portfolio in the country. We are building a leading private upstream company in Mexico.”With the closing of the acquisition, Sierra Oil & Gas has become a subsidiary of DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG. DEA will now start to consolidate its two companies in Mexico, Deutsche Erdoel México and Sierra Oil & Gas, to create a new business unit.Juan Manuel Delgado, Managing Director Deutsche Erdoel México, said: ”We are looking forward to joining forces and growing DEA’s business in Mexico. Together we will develop a business unit, that is very well equipped to deliver results in all parts of our enlarged operations, and that will serve as the foundation for further growth.”Via Sierra, DEA holds now a 40% non-operated working interest in Block 7, containing a significant part of Zama.As a whole, Zama is estimated to hold 400 million to 800 million barrels of recoverable oil equivalent and expected to start production by 2022/23.DEA has also added non-operated interests in five exploration blocks covering around 9,400 square kilometers in the core part of Mexico’s Sureste basin.In addition, DEA currently operates the onshore Ogarrio oil field, in partnership with Pemex, and holds interests in four exploration blocks in the Tampico Misantla and Sureste Basins, three of which as the operator.last_img read more

La Liga goalie tests positive for coronavirus

first_imgThe club announced the news late on Friday, May 8, the same day the squad returned to training.It was around 23:00 CEST when it was announced that Remiro had not been among his teammates.The PCR test was negative, but the serology test proved positive for IgM.The player has a “low probability of transmitting the disease “, according to this same information, since he tested negative for IgG, which means that his immune system is already in the process of successfully fighting off the virus.Therefore, Remiro must remain in solitary confinement at home for a couple of days and, if all goes well, he could soon be discharged.Read Also: Maradona autographs jersey to help Buenos Aires poorRemiro is the second player in LaLiga Santander to test positive since the return to training was announced, with the first being Atletico Madrid’s Renan Lodi, who has also been placed in solitary confinement.Coronavirus has previously had an impact at both Espanyol and Valencia to name just two.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWhat’s Up With All The Female Remakes?7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them33 Celebs Photos From Their Childhood: Will You Recognize Them?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee12 Movies That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers Loading… center_img Real Sociedad goalkeeper Alex Remiro has tested positive for coronavirus and must remain in isolation at home instead of returning to training with the rest of his teammates.Advertisementlast_img read more

URSS Rebels return Belleville, Byers

first_imgBELLEVILLE, Kan. – After a week off, the United Rebel Sprint Series returns to action this week­end as the URSS Myers Engines National Tour will tackle the Belleville Highbanks in Belleville, Kan., for the second time this year and the Colorado URSS West Region will make its fifth appear­ance this year at Colorado Motor Sports Park in Byers.For the second time in three weeks, the National tour will return to the Belleville Highbanks for a $1,000 to win minimum $200 to start main event. J.D. Johnson has taken two in a row as he notched his first win during the 2015 Belleville Nationals and then backed it up with another dominat­ing performance during this year’s event. Four-time Belleville winner Luke Cranston, Zach Blurton, Brian Herbert, Jed Werner and a host of others will be on hand to end Johnson’s reign.Saturday night’s action starts at 7:30 p.m.Also on Saturday at 7 p.m. the URSS West Region will return to action at Colorado Motor Sports Park in Byers.Blurton has taken two feature wins this year at Colorado’s newest 3/8 mile dirt track, with Zac Tay­lor and Justin Medlock splitting the other two. Coby Pearce will look to get his first win this year at CMSP, as he claimed a feature in 2015. A lot of drivers will be seeking their first win at CMSP including youngster Austin McClean, who is proving to be a source to be reckoned with, along with veterans Patrick Bourke, Mark Walinder, Scott Cochran among others.last_img read more

Hughes sweet on Conor triumph

first_img Hughes said: “He looks the one they all have to beat to me. What really pleased me about that last day was that it was a really good time. “If we’d beaten Willie’s horse (Diakali) and it was a poor time, people could have said it wasn’t much of a race, but they can’t when the time is good. “That race is usually a good trial for the Triumph and we’re very happy with him.” Our Conor is a general 5-1 favourite for the juvenile championship race. Dessie Hughes believes Our Conor is the one to beat in the JCB Triumph Hurdle at Cheltenham next month. Press Associationcenter_img Unbeaten in three races over timber, the four-year-old was a hugely impressive winner of a Grade One at Leopardstown earlier this month, beating two from the Willie Mullins yard who had won both their starts over hurdles previously. Also well behind him was John Ferguson’s Ruacana, a Grade One winner at Chepstow, giving the form a really solid look. last_img read more

Odion Ighalo ready to face Leicester despite injury

first_img Ighalo limped off with a dead leg in Watford’s win at West Ham after a heavy challenge from James Collins, but the Nigerian striker will be fit to face the high-flying Foxes. Jose Manuel Jurado, who has not featured since September with a hamstring injury sustained in training, remains sidelined. Tommie Hoban (groin) and Joel Ekstrand (knee) are long-term absentees. Provisional squad: Gomes, Arlauskis, Gilmartin, Nyom, Cathcart, Prodl, Ake, Paredes, Britos, Holebas, Belkalem, Capoue, Behrami, Dyer, Watson, Guedioura, Anya, Jurado, Layun, Berghuis, Pudil, Behrami, Abdi, Oulare, Diamanti, Ighalo, Deeney. Press Associationcenter_img Watford’s top scorer Odion Ighalo will be available for his side’s Barclays Premier League trip to Leicester on Saturday.last_img read more

Newcastle not out of danger zone following draw

first_imgLiverpool will host their arch-rivals at Anfield with the Reds seeking a win that would lift them back into the top-six in the table.James McCarthy is set to return to the Everton starting line-up after serving a suspension, but Seamus Coleman has been ruled-out with a hamstring injury.Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp knows that this will be a slightly different atmosphere to anything that he’s experienced before…Kick-off at Anfield is at 8pm, which is also the start time at Old Trafford tonight where Man United will host Crystal Palace.The other game tonight is at Upton Park, where West Ham will host Watford in a 19:45 start. Sergio Aguero’s 100th League goal for City was cancelled-out by Newcastle full-back Vurnon Anita.The result leaves the Magpies in 19th place and two points off safety – but with matches remaining against fellow strugglers Crystal Palace and Aston Villa.Meanwhile, the Merseyside derby is the pick of tonight’s three games in the Barclays Premier League.last_img read more

Florent Ibenge quits as DR Congo coach

first_img Source: BBC Florent Ibenge has quit as the coach of the DR Congo national side after five years in charge.The 57-year-old has been in charge since August 2014 and led the Leopards to three consecutive Africa Cup of Nations tournaments.In 2015 they finished in third place, two years later they reached the quarter-finals and last month in Egypt they lost in the last 16.He did not explain the reasons behind his decision but added that he hopes to continue working with the country’s football federation.“When I began the job it was never my intention to stay for very long,” Ibenge said.“I have ended up staying five years and that’s quite a long time and we have achieved some good things.“The only thing I can say is thank you to the president of the federation, to AS Vita Club (who he has continued to coach during his time with the National team), a big thank you to the public who have supported me.“I have received a lot and I have given a lot but it is time to thank to all the players I have coached and all the technical team.”Ibenge said that he had hoped to make the announcement earlier but was waiting for the federation president Constant Omari to return to the country so he could tell him personally.He also said that for the time being he is still the coach of local side AS Vita Club.last_img read more

Flashback: Substitute concedes penalty, yellow card without playing a single minute [VIDEO]

first_imgMichael Eberwein, a player for German second-tier side Holstein Kiel, made the worst ever first impression for his club back in October.Despite not coming off the bench for their entire game against Bochum, Eberwein still managed to almost ruin his side’s night by conceding a penalty.A shot from Bochum’s Silvere M’Boussy which was heading way off-target with even the player putting his face in his hands and letting out a scream of disappointment.However, even he couldn’t have hoped for what would happen next.The ball was touched by Eberwein, who was warming up behind the goal, before it went out of play.The referee missed it initially and gave a goal-kick but the incident was spotted after a VAR review.He then awarded a penalty and, to add insult to injury, gave Eberwein a yellow card.M’Boussy stepped up and converted the penalty, equalising for Bochum.Eberwein remained on the bench for the rest of the game but was spared any further embarrassment however as a Janni Serra goal gave his side a lucky win.FIFA’s rules state that if a substitute interferes with play, the referee has the power to award a direct free-kick or a penalty depending on where the incident took place, or restart play with a drop ball.Watch video below;Michael Eberwein has played just twice for Holstein Kiel since signing for them.last_img read more