Los pediatras y la Organización de Defensa del Niño hacen eco del requisito de la Administración Wolf sobre el uso de máscaras en niños July 27, 2020 Press Release, Public Health En el día de la fecha, los pediatras de la Academia Estadounidense de Pediatría y una organización de defensa de niños están valorando la importancia del uso de máscaras en toda la población, incluidos los niños mayores de dos años. Esta guía refleja la del Gobernador Tom Wolf y la Secretaria de Salud la Dra. Rachel Levine como una medida de mitigación obligatoria para detener la propagación de la COVID-19 en el estado.“Vimos el aumento reciente de casos en el condado de Allegheny y debido a que todos usamos máscaras, practicamos el distanciamiento físico y la higiene de manos, los casos están disminuyendo”, dijo William Keough, MD, MSc, FAA, Copresidente, PA Chapter, Academia Estadounidense de Pediatría, Comité de Defensa, Director Médico, UPMC Health Plan. “Usar una máscara al estar fuera de casa junto con la higiene de manos, toser en el pliegue del codo y practicar el distanciamiento físico son maneras científicamente comprobadas desde hace décadas de disminuir la propagación de una infección para todas las personas mayores de 2 años. Por la salud de todos, haga su parte para detener la propagación de este virus mortal”.“Un informe reciente en la revista científica Nature evaluó el uso de máscaras faciales para prevenir la transmisión de virus respiratorios en más de 245 niños y adultos”, dijo Trude Haecker, MD, FAAP, Presidente, Capítulo de PA, Academia Estadounidense de Pediatría y pediatra general en Philadelphia. “Este estudio aleatorizado concluyó que las máscaras quirúrgicas pueden prevenir la transmisión de los coronavirus y virus de la influenza. La PA-AAP recomienda que todos los niños de 2 años en adelante usen máscaras faciales en todos los lugares donde no se pueda mantener el distanciamiento social, incluso al ir las compras, al consultorio del pediatra o al asistir a la escuela este otoño en base a la decisión que tome su distrito escolar local”.“A pesar de la peligrosidad de este virus, somos muy afortunados de poder vencer a este asesino con soluciones simples, de bajo costo e indoloras, como las máscaras faciales y el lavado de manos”, dijo Donna Cooper, Directora Ejecutiva de Ciudadanos Públicos para Niños y Jóvenes (PCCY, por sus siglas en inglés). Trágicamente, este asesino obstinado ya tomó la vida de algunos niños en edad preescolar. Por su bien y por la vida de quienes los rodean, los niños mayores de dos años deben usar una máscara cuando están en contacto con personas ajenas a su familia. La experiencia de primera mano también nos dice en PCCY que los niños también se sienten cómodos cuando ven que pueden contribuir para proteger a su familia y su comunidad de la COVID”.Encuentre las Preguntas frecuentes en la orden sobre el uso de máscaras de la Secretaria de Salud aquí.Encuentre apoyo para la respuesta de la Administración Wolf a la COVID-19 de parte de exgobernadores aquí y de expertos en políticas de salud pública aquí.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
ADES International, an oil & gas drilling and production services provider in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), has secured a contract renewal for the Admarine 262 jack-up rig in Saudi Arabia. Illustration. Source: ADESADES said in a statement on Tuesday that the Admarine 262 renewal had a five-year tenor, which would be effective upon the expiry of the current contract in April 2020, and would have a higher daily rate.According to information on Bassoe Offshore, the 1982-built Admarine 262 rig has been under contract with Saudi Aramco since November 2014. Bassoe estimates that the dayrate for the extension will be $75,000.Commenting on the contract award, Dr. Mohamed Farouk, Chief Executive Officer of ADES International Holding, said: “We are delighted to secure this renewal for Admarine 262 with our extremely valued and important client.“It further supports our presence in KSA and underpins ADES’s track record for securing renewals for our fleet which results in greater backlog visibility.”Offshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product, or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.
How many of you remember the old sport show called Wide World of Sports? It was on long before anybody heard of ESPN. The “agony of defeat” was exemplified by a skier falling off the end of a ski jump and crashing. This was the beginning of each show. The “agony of defeat” could easily be seen because the skier was obviously hurt by the accident. How about the emotional part of a defeat?Athletes put a lot of effort in training into their sport these days. Some are naturals and win all the time. How about the young boy/girl who works just as hard but comes in out of the awards each time? It takes a good coaching staff and family support to keep these young athletes from getting depressed. If you were ever an athlete, I am sure you remember certain defeats more than a lot of your wins. I still remember my last baseball game when I missed stealing second base. We not only lost the game, but we lost the conference as well. I had the base stolen but my spikes got caught in the mud and I stopped one foot from reaching second base. This is not the way I envisioned finishing my high school athletic career.
Press Association Frank Lampard has expressed his delight at having the opportunity to continue operating at the top level following his move to Manchester City on loan until January. “It has been an amazing few days for me since the unveiling in Brooklyn and everyone connected with both clubs has been fantastic to me. This is a new chapter of my career and I’m really excited about the experience. “I met Manuel (Pellegrini, the Manchester City manager) and some of the players in New York and I’m looking forward to getting into training and making a contribution for Manchester City ahead of my move over to New York.” Pellegrini said: “Frank is a world class midfielder and this is an opportunity which works perfectly for everyone, the player, Manchester City, and New York City. “I’m looking forward to working with him and integrating him into our squad. New York have made a fantastic signing by recruiting Frank, and I’m really pleased that we’ll be able to have him with us for the first half of our season and help prepare him for his new challenge.” New York City sporting director Claudio Reyna said: “This is the perfect opportunity for Frank. He is in great shape following the World Cup, and training and playing with our colleagues in Manchester will enable Frank to be fit and ready for our inaugural training camp. “Everyone has been hugely impressed with Frank’s positivity, and I’m sure he will bring a lot to City during his stint with the club. “We wish him well for his spell with Manchester City and look forward to welcoming him back to New York in the New Year.” Lampard is available for all of Manchester City’s domestic and European games, taking up squad number 18. The 36-year-old England midfielder is spending time with City as he prepares for life with the club’s sister American outfit New York City FC, who do not begin their new Major League Soccer season until the spring. Lampard is training with the Manchester side, the Barclays Premier League champions, for the first time on Wednesday, and he told www.mcfc.co.uk: “Joining up with Manchester City is a fantastic opportunity for me to continue to train and play at the top level and make sure I am in top condition for New York City.
Bhubaneswar: After having faced two out of the top-3 ranked sides in their opening FIH Hockey Pro League 2020 encounters, World No 4 India will be facing World No 2 Australia in two intriguing ties here at the Kalinga Hockey Stadium on Friday and Saturday.With two wins against the Netherlands in January and another one against reigning World and European Champions Belgium in their first match on February 8, the Indian team climbed up to No 4 in the FIH World Rankings and will bank on consistent performances to shrug off stiff competition from the FIH Hockey Pro League Defending Champions.India is currently third on the FIH Hockey Pro League 2020 points table with a total of 8 points from their four matches, resulting from two normal time wins, one shootout win and a loss to Belgium. Meanwhile, the visitors sit on the fifth position with 6 points from their four matches, having won one match in normal time, one in a shootout, lost one in normal time and another one in a shootout.Ahead of the match, India head coach Graham Reid said: “I think we have played some very consistent level of hockey in our first four matches against the Netherlands and Belgium. We faced two of the top-3 teams in the world and showed that we can compete at the highest level constantly. We are feeling really confident ahead of the matches against the No. 2 team in the world, and of course, they are also the defending champions of the FIH Hockey Pro League.”Reid also spoke about playing different teams back-to-back in the FIH Hockey Pro League 2020. IANSAlso Read: Belgium win FIH Hockey World CupAlso Watch: Closing Ceremony of National Level Campaign on “Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan” by Railway Childline
… 7 wrong decisions, 5 overturned by DRS in first inningsEVER since the World Cup, the debate regarding the umpiring decisions has been raging on. The standard of umpiring in the international cricket has become a hot topic among the fans and the World Cup final continued to add to that debate.One of the most experienced umpires in the world, Kumar Dharmasena recently admitted that his decision to award England six runs in the World Cup final against New Zealand was an error. It was a crucial decision, as England went on to win the tournament on the basis of more boundaries when the match ended in a tie.The umpiring howlers haven’t stopped over there as it has continued in the longest format of the game. The first Test in the Ashes series between England and Australia is currently going on at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham.However, the first innings itself was full of wrong umpiring decisions as England and Australia relied heavily on the Decision Review System (DRS).There were a total of 7 wrong umpiring decisions with 5 being overturned by DRS. However, there were some unlucky ones as David Warner and James Pattinson were given out and they opted not to take the DRS despite being not out.Warner could have been dismissed in the second over itself when the umpire failed to spot a bottom edge on the bowling of Stuart Broad.But Australia were lucky as England opted not to take the DRS. Warner departed soon as this time Australia failed to take advantage of the DRS. The ball was missing the stumps but the umpire deemed it to be a clear dismissal.Then likes of Usman Khwaja, Steve Smith, Matthew Wade, Pattinson and Peter Siddle were affected as the umpiring decisions continued to be wrong. Khawaja was given not out by the umpires but England took the review and it showed that the batsman had edged the delivery.Matthew Wade, making his comeback into the side, was on the wrong end of the DRS. Despite being struck plumb in front of the stumps, the umpire did not deem it to be out. But England took the review and Wade was soon walking back to the pavilion.It was Smith’s turn to be affected by the poor umpiring decisions. Umpire signalled out on Broad’s delivery but Smith was quick to take the review and HawkEye showed that it was missing the stumps.The umpiring howlers continued as Peter Siddle was also given out but he quickly took the review and it showed that there was a big inside edge onto the pads.The on-field umpires for the first Ashes Test are Joel Wilson and Aleem Dar. Australia legend Shane Warne and former England skipper Nasser Hussain were also critical of the on-field umpires as they tweeted their frustrations. (hindustantimes)
LONDON, (CMC) – West Indies fast bowling legend, Courtney Walsh, has joined the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots coaching staff ahead of this month’s start of the Caribbean Premier League(CPL), after head coach Simon Helmot tested positive for COVID-19.Noted cricket website, Cricinfo, reported that Australian Helmot was preparing to travel to the Caribbean to assume duties for the T20 franchise tournament being staged in Trinidad, when he obtained the unexpected results.“I tested positive five hours before I was to fly out, and I’m shattered that I won’t be able to be part of Patriots this season,” Helmot was quoted as saying.“I was asymptomatic and my second test has come back negative, but I’m still in home isolation until the department of health and human services give me a green signal.”He added: “Victoria is currently in stage four of lockdown after a recent spike in cases. Because of my quarantine restrictions, I wouldn’t have been able to make it in time for the season owing to the quarantine protocols.“I’m incredibly thankful to Mahesh Ramani, the franchise owner, and the CPL team of Pete Russell, Tom Moody and the others for working incredibly hard behind the scenes to put it together.”Helmot’s absence is a double blow for Patriots with assistant coach Malolan Rangarajan also set to miss the CPL campaign because of obligations to the Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore.As a result, New Zealander Mark O’Donnell will join Walsh for Patriots’ outing in the tournament which runs from August 18 to September 10.Walsh, a former Test captain, holds the record for the most wickets by a West Indies bowler with 519 scalps.Players and officials are expected to begin arriving in Trinidad by chartered flights on Monday for the CPL tournament which will be played behind closed doors in a bio-secure environment because of the COVID-19 pandemic.All persons were scheduled to be tested before departure and then again on arrival, before undergoing a two week quarantine.
But once the Lakers started to dominate the draws, it used that extra possession time to take the lead early in the second half, pulling away and displaying even more depth than it had shown before.Brown, with four goals and two assists, and Puffer, with three goals and three assists, set the pace. Rajkowski and Hartley each scored twice, Rajkowski adding two assists.Harris, Connor and Megan Hughes had matching totals of one goal and one assist, with Schwartz and Hope King also finding the net.Back on Tuesday, the Chittenango girls had to travel to Hyatt Stadium to face the state’s top-ranked Class D team, Skaneateles, who showed little mercy in the course of defeating the Bears 20-3.All that Chittenango could manage was Ally Shoemaker, Rhonee Shea Pal and Julia Pynn each getting one goal and one assist. For the Lakers, who went up 13-1 by halftime, Maggie Newton and Olivia Navaroli each had four goals, Navaroli adding three assists as Riley Brogan got two goals and five assists.Chittenango did turn it around on Friday, handling Vernon-Verona-Sherrill 18-6 as it used an 8-2 push through the second half to pull away, Shea Pal dishing out a career-best eight assists to go with two goals.Benefiting from Shea Pal’s passes, Shoemaker and Pynn both scored five times and got three assists apiece, with Julia Graham getting five goals and one assist. Alyssa Frantz had one goal and one assist, with Olivia Cianfrocco adding an assist.But then the Bears had to face state Class D no. 6-ranked Marcellus on Saturday, and it lost 22-5 to the Mustangs, with Shoemaker and Pynn each netting two goals as Frantz earned the other goal. Shea Pal was held to one assist.Chittenango hosts Jordan-Elbridge and goes to Mexico this week as Cazenovia, after playing LaFayette on Monday, has back-to-back games with Rome Free Academy on Thursday and Homer on Friday.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: CazenoviaChittenangogirls lacrosse Rajkowski had three goals and two assists, with Brown also scoring three times and adding an assist. Laura Connor and Molly Schwartz both found the net twice as Kaitlyn Puffer got a goal and assist. Charley Harris had a goal and Ava Hartley got an assist.Looking for back-to-back wins, the Lakers visited LaFayette two days later, and once again was in top form, dominating the second half to overcome an early deficit and beat the Lancers 16-11.All through the first half, neither side could stop each other. Gabby Oswald (four goals) and Marissa Evans (three goals) led LaFayette as it answered everything Cazenovia threw at them and led, 10-8, at the break. Week by week, the Cazenovia girls lacrosse team has displayed its improvement, with those efforts getting translated into victories on the field.Another one of them arrived last Tuesday night, with the Lakers taking on Mexico and excelling in most phases of the game while recording a 12-5 victory over the Tigers.Even as Mexico tried to control the pace in the first half, Cazenovia still worked its way to a 5-2 lead, and then more than doubled that margin with Grace Rajkowski and Molly Brown setting the pace.
Professor Michael Messner was inspired by his grandfather and father’s services in World War I and World War II, respectively. (Photo from YouTube)Michael Messner, a USC professor of sociology and gender studies, will be publishing a nonfiction book titled “Guys Like Me: Five Wars, Five Veterans for Peace” on Nov. 9. His book will be released in time for the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day and aims to shed light on the life-changing experiences of American veterans.The book focuses on five multigenerational men who fought in five different wars, including World War II, the Gulf War, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Iraq War. Messner’s inspiration for this book stemmed from his grandfather’s service in World War I and his father’s efforts in World War II. “The way I grew up was being really fascinated by World War I but like a lot of veterans, [my grandfather] didn’t really want to talk about it,” Messner said. “It’s very common for veterans of wars to feel that they really would rather not talk about it and to me that’s kind of part of a pattern [of] what I call ‘manly silence.’ It’s men learning … to hold things in and not show your vulnerability. So a lot of veterans … feel a sense of guilt or shame [for] things that they’ve experienced and [for] things that they’ve done.” Messner remembers wishing his grandfather a happy Veteran’s Day more than 30 years ago. He was surprised to hear his grandfather respond, noting that the holiday used to be called Armistice Day. Politicians had changed the name so they could keep having more wars, his grandfather said. Armistice Day, however, symbolized the end of all wars and the promise of lasting peace. To some veterans, like Messner’s grandfather, the holiday’s 1954 name change was an insult and indicates that the U.S. was founded on war, according to Messner. “He was very saddened by that and angry about it, and that’s one of the roots of my interest,” Messner said. “I mean obviously that was 30 or 40 years ago when that happened, but I’ve always kind of held on to that story.”Due to the misconception, Messner wanted to write a book to uncover the truths behind war, including the personal experiences of veterans and the trauma of war on their bodies, through mental illnesses like PTSD. Messner said he interviewed veterans from Veterans for Peace, a nonprofit organization for U.S. veterans, to collect a variety of anecdotes for his book. “There [are] a couple [of] other people that I interviewed who aren’t among the five that I really profiled in the first chapter,” Messner said. Messner spoke to a female veteran and said that the woman’s anecdote was an important addition to the story since the female military experience is portrayed far less than men’s. Another anecdote in Messner’s book is from Ernie Sanchez, a World War II veteran. Messner said that Sanchez left the war because he was suffering from PTSD after he killed around 50 to 100 Germans in the line of duty. “[Sanchez] carries that with him for his whole life, and this sort of shame of having killed what he called ‘brothers, sons and people who were loved by others,’” Messner said. Messner also said that people’s active participation in war affects the way they view peace. “In the United States, most of us are so separated from the experiences of the military and war that we sort of think of ourselves as being at peace and we’re not,” he said. “We’re actually in permanent warfare right now in the world.” Messner hopes this book will share the stories of different veterans who were wounded physically and mentally by war. He said that many of these men are on a path to find peace and to separate themselves from the idea of endless war. “I want people to understand the experience of these veterans and hear their voices…” Messner said. “We have these people who we’re sending over in our name… and they’re paying the price for our sense of complacency. These are guys who have come out of that place of silence and trauma and are speaking out for what they see as peace and justice.”
Facebook Twitter Google+ Binghamton sent 18 batters to the plate Wednesday night. Fifteen times, Alexa Romero sent them back to the dugout. While Syracuse smacked Binghamton starter Allison Pritchard, Romero pitched like an ace. Three Bearcats reached base in five innings and only one scored.“She’s always coming in strong,” junior shortstop Sammy Fernandez said. “She usually always shuts down the opposing player. We can always expect her to make that big pitch.”When Romero joined SU’s rotation, Syracuse players and coaches knew she had the potential to be dominant. In Syracuse’s (19-12, 3-6 Atlantic Coast) 13-1 rout of Binghamton (9-16, 2-2 America East), the left-handed Romero pitched five innings. She gave up two runs or fewer for the eighth time this season when pitching at least five innings, and she lowered her earned run average to 2.38, breezing through the Bearcats lineup.On Tuesday, Romero had a hunch she would have a stellar outing. The Aurora, Colorado, native felt like she had her pitches moving well and hitting their spots in practice this week. One day later, pitching in her first game at SU Softball Stadium, Romero kept it rolling.Romero pitched with efficiency. The freshman threw 75 pitches through five innings, notching her seventh win of the year. Her counterpart gave up seven runs, walked six batters and threw 76 pitches in 2 2/3 innings.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textJumping ahead in the count allowed Romero to utilize her movement pitches. Pop-ups and weak groundouts were products of Binghamton not getting the barrel of the bat on the ball.“I felt really good today,” Romero said. “I felt loose and relaxed.”In the bottom of the fourth, Stephanie Bielec’s bloop single to shallow left field gave Binghamton its first hit. One batter later, Romero made her only mistake of the game. A pitch to Kate Richard that caught too much of the plate resulted in an RBI double. When Romero could have surrendered more, her change up caused Bridget Hunt’s knees to buckle as she looked at strike three.“She’s just been doing her thing,” Syracuse head coach Mike Bosch said. “She’s been really consistent all season. She does a lot of things you really wouldn’t expect from a freshman.”This marks the second time Romero faced the Bearcats this season. The first encounter, a fall scrimmage in October, Romero said she pitched OK, but she didn’t elaborate. She instead reinforced that she has improved since then with her 75-pitch, three-strikeout victory on Wednesday night. Comments Published on April 5, 2017 at 9:51 pm Contact Nick: email@example.com | @nick_a_alvarez