Topics : “We now believe the increasing number of cases come from sources [of infection] that are difficult to detect. We have noted that some sources are people who do not show symptoms,” Yurianto said on Monday.He said asymptomatic carriers spread the virus through droplets when they talked, sneezed or coughed, but that they themselves did not notice they had contracted the disease.“The real picture of the data we have collected shows that there are still sources of infection out there with asymptomatic carriers among the public,” he noted, adding that “There are also those prone to being infected because they don’t wear face masks or wash their hands.”With the trajectory of the coronavirus outbreak not showing any signs of slowing, the government declared last week a nationwide public health emergency and implemented large-scale social restrictions aimed at curbing transmission of the virus. Indonesia’s death toll from the novel coronavirus disease topped 200 on Monday, with the government voicing particular concern about transmission from asymptomatic carriers as the number of positive cases continue to rise.Health Ministry Disease Control and Prevention Director General Achmad Yurianto said 218 new cases had been confirmed on Monday, bringing the country’s tally to 2,491 following the testing of 11,242 samples nationwide.As many as 209 people have died of the contagious disease while 192 have recovered so far. Among the measures, the government has ordered people to stay at home and not to go to schools, offices, places of worship or public places.Some regions, such as Bandung in West Java, Balikpapan in East Kalimantan and Tegal in Central Java, are temporarily closing major roads and introducing curfews as rising number of cases begin to be recorded in provinces outside Java.Jakarta, the national epicenter of the outbreak, recorded on Monday 101 new cases, taking the number of confirmed cases in the city to 1,232 — more than half of the country’s overall tally.West Java, the second-hardest hit region among the country’s 32 virus-hit provinces, has reported 263 confirmed cases as of Monday, followed by East Java with 189 cases, Banten with 187 cases and Central Java with 132 cases.With many health workers also being infected, the government is working to ramp up production of personal protective equipment amid an increasing shortage.Yurianto has also called on members of the public to wear face masks when outside their homes, explaining that cloth masks would suffice to prevent transmission.”Surgical masks and N95 masks are only for health workers. We can just use masks we make on our own, no less than four hours every day, and we have to wash them with soap,” he said.
(BBC) – Chicago Red Star team-mates, Julie Ertz and Casey Short, shared a tearful embrace on Sunday as the pair knelt during the American national anthem before their National Women’s Soccer League game.As the Chicago and Washington Spirit teams lined up and took a knee, Short became tearful and was supported by fellow USA footballer Ertz.Portland Thorns and North Carolina Courage players took a knee before their game on Saturday.The players also wore T-shirts reading “Black Lives Matter” before kick-off.Ex-NFL player Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the US anthem in 2016 in protest against racial injustice.Portland and North Carolina said it was to protest against “racial injustice, police brutality and systemic racism against black people and people of colour”.The joint statement added: “We love our country and we have taken this opportunity to hold it to a higher standard.“It is our duty to demand that the liberties and freedoms this nation was founded upon are extended to everyone.”US star Megan Rapinoe, who has opted out of the tournament, said on social media: “You love to see it.“You love to see these women using their voice, demanding better for America, and for black people and people of colour.”The protest has taken renewed significance since the death of George Floyd in the United States.Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed black man, died after being restrained by a white Minneapolis police officer on 25 May.Saturday’s match in Utah was the first time a major North American league has returned to action since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, which halted sports in March.Courage won the game 2-1, while Washington beat Chicago 2-1.
Spain defender had a brief moment of madness at a crucial moment during his country’s clash with Russia.La Roja were leading thanks to Sergei Ignashevich’s comical own goal, and looked in control of their World Cup last-16 game. Shakira has taught Pique some moves . Real love 😍#ESPRUS #worldcup #ESP #RUS pic.twitter.com/r6rS15P0Oj— 🆎 (@Messician_17) July 1, 2018 As you can see here, that was a perfectly natural movement of the arm by Pique. #SPNRUS #WorldCup2018 pic.twitter.com/B8rW0dGjjq— DES KELLY (@DesKellyBTS) July 1, 2018 Gerard Pique genuinely debated the referee’s decision to award a penalty for this…………. pic.twitter.com/fxYshgyOhX— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) July 1, 2018 Pique – The king of handball pic.twitter.com/EvuIWdA2Cu— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) July 1, 2018 1 David De Gea has faced more penalties with Ramos and Pique than he has with Jones and Smalling. I can’t believe the chuckle bothers legacy has been outdone!— The United Link 🏆 (@TheUnitedLink) July 1, 2018 Pique handles in the box However, when a corner was floated into the Spanish box, Pique decided to do something a little bit rash.Having misjudged the flight of the ball, the Barcelona man stuck his hand in the air with the aim of blocking the ball.The ball did in fact strike his arm and a penalty was duly awarded.Striker Artem Dzubya stepped up to level the scores heading into the break, despite the protests of the Spain centre-half.Fans were quick to question his decision, mocking him in the process!Check out the best reaction below! Replay of #Pique heading the ball that gave away the penalty.#ESPRUS pic.twitter.com/I5PmryYtnk— The Soccer Republic (@SoccerRep) July 1, 2018