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first_imgForgot Password ? Facebook coronavirus Wuhan-coronavirus-in-Indonesia Wuhan-coronavirus Wuhan-coronavirus-stigma Chinese-Indonesians Log in with your social account Indonesian students returning from China and Chinese Indonesians have had to suffer the effects of misinformation about the novel coronavirus outbreak, which has caused a public stigma against the two groups.Adam Amrismafasyah, a 19-year-old student at Jiangsu Normal University thought he would be able to rest easy once he arrived in his hometown in Muaraenim regency, South Sumatra, on Saturday. However, he was met with with suspicion and outright paranoia from locals who were not convinced that he was free of the deadly virus.“Some of my neighbors have steered clear of me. Others have asked me upfront whether I had been thoroughly examined and whether I was completely free of the coronavirus,” Adam told The Jakarta Post in a phone interview on Tuesday.He said the situation grew even more uncomfortable after health officials visited his home. The officials were fu… LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Google Topics : Linkedinlast_img read more

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first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Wolf Administration Introduces Opioid Prescribing Guidelines for Workers’ Compensation Healthcare,  Press Release,  Public Health,  Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA – The Wolf Administration today introduced opioid prescribing guidelines for workers’ compensation to help health care providers determine when opioids are appropriate for treatment of someone injured on the job.“In 2017, there were more than 174,216 workers’ compensation claims made in Pennsylvania, and our state ranks third highest in the nation in the percentage of injured workers who become long-term opioid users,” Governor Tom Wolf said. “These prescribing guidelines will help to ensure that health care providers who treat patients with work-related injuries have the guidance they need. I thank the members of the Prescribing Guidelines Task Force for all of their hard work in developing this essential guidance.”The guidelines are designed to:Promote delivery of safe, quality health care to injured workers;Ensure patient pain relief and functional improvement;Be used in conjunction with other treatment guidelines, not in lieu of other recommended treatment;Prevent and reduce the number of complications caused by prescription medication, including addiction; andRecommend opioid prescribing practices that promote functional restoration.“The workers’ compensation prescribing guidelines are intended to supplement, not replace clinical judgment,” Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “These prescribing guidelines add to the 10 others we have developed for health care practitioners like dentists, OB/GYN and emergency room physicians. We are constantly reviewing and updating these guidelines as medical research and evidence move the science forward.”The guidelines include recommendations for the treatment of acute, subacute and post-operative pain; and treatment of chronic pain.There are now 11 prescribing guidelines for health care providers including:Worker’s Compensation Prescribing Guidelines;Treating Chronic Non-Cancer Pain;Emergency Department Pain Treatment Guidelines;Opioids in Dental Practice;Opioid Dispensing Guidelines;Obstetrics and Gynecology Opioid Prescribing Guidelines;Geriatric Pain;Use of Addiction Treatment Medications in the Treatment of Pregnant Patients with Opioid-Use Disorder;Safe Prescribing Benzodiazepines for Acute Treatment of Anxiety and Insomnia;Safe Prescribing Guidelines for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine; andSafe Prescribing of Opioids in Pediatric and Adolescent Populations.For more information about the Wolf Administration’s response to the opioid crisis, visit www.pa.gov/opioids. To view the prescribing guidelines, click here.center_img July 16, 2018last_img read more

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first_imgThe Brisbane property market was having a real Goldilocks moment – not too hot and not too cold.Standing at the front of the market as an auctioneer of more than 20 years usually gives me a good insight into how things are going.But taking a read on the general market at the moment is harder than Jeff Horns head.I heard a friend of mine recently describe it as a Goldilocks market, its not too hot, it’s not too cold.There seems to be pockets of the market that are firing, while there are others that I believe are greatly undervalued.Late last year and early this year I felt the high end market looked poised to move.The gap between the renovated property and completed build would close. I am pleased to report that the prestige market has woken up and is building in strength.Over the next few months you will hear of unprecedented sales across Brisbane and I am aware of some thumpers in the inner city market that will make every renovating homeowner stop losing sleep over the upgraded Italian taps.I have also seen some great value. Specifically three-bedroom units or good quality apartments in the inner city.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Haesley Cush said the prestige market had woken up and was building in strength.Not all units are built the same. Some developers pride themselves on their attention to detail, while others couldn’t care what happens after the money hits their bank account.Driving this is also the reality that the vast majority of sellers (and agents) are only advertising on the internet, which ironically is making the search for the right property even harder.It brings to mind the expression “can’t see the forest for the trees’’.Quality is getting lost as buyers are just shopping for their real estate on line and short listing properties based on price. This is true for sales and rentals.It genuinely seems like real estate sellers/landlords are relearning the “you get what you pay for” lesson.When it comes to selling property a cross media marketing campaign and an experienced proactive agent have never been more important and in a market like this the wrong combo could be very costly.Relying solely on the web sites is having a negative affect on prices and is seeing sellers and landlords race to the bottom to attract the buyer/tenant.In recent years I’ve been encouraging owners to re-engage with print advertising, deal with an agent who works proactively with buyers/tenants and one who knows the art of follow up and will work around the clock.There are agents and there are agents. There are units and there are units. As the race to find the buyer/tenant gets more complex sellers and landlords should be uber conscious that when it comes to property cheap is usually very costly.last_img read more

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first_imgBeach renourishment works undertaken by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) within the near shore area of Rosebud Foreshore Reserve, Victoria, are now complete, informs the Mornington Peninsula Shire.Rosebud and Rosebud West beach have experienced severe coastal erosion over the years due to natural sand loss processes.To protect these natural and public assets for the community, DELWP dredged sand from offshore sand bars adjacent to the Rosebud West Beach and pump it ashore.Around 20,000 cubic meters of sand was dredged and pumped ashore to help provide a wide and safe beach for the community.Beach renourishments at Rosebud and Rosebud West beach are aligned with the Beach Nourishment Priorities in Port Phillip report and are a part of the Port Phillip Bay Beaches Renourishment Program.Following the completion of the Rosebud West beachfill project, works east of Rosebud pier are set to begin in February 2020.DELWP is working in partnership with Mornington Peninsula Shire Council (MPSC) on these two projects.last_img read more

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first_img Loading… Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson says playing at an empty Anfield and winning the Premier League title with no fans present would be “pretty strange”. Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson lifts the Champions League trophy Liverpool were 25 points clear of 2019 champions Manchester City and on the verge of their first English top-flight crown for 30 years when the league was shut down by coronavirus in March. Clubs returned to training in small and socially distanced groups last week ahead of a proposed restart in June. Henderson lifted the Champions League trophy in a packed stadium in Madrid last June but is preparing for a different experience this year. “Of course it would feel different because if you win any trophy and receive it without any fans there, it would be pretty strange,” he told the BBC. The 29-year-old England international midfielder said the title race was still not over. “We still have work to do and we still need to perform at a high level right the way until the season finishes because we want to finish as strongly as we can to make sure it is a full season,” he said. Henderson, who has been pivotal in Liverpool’s renaissance under Jurgen Klopp, said he hoped there would be a title celebration with fans inside Anfield in the future if, as appears certain, they finish the job. “Whether we win it or whatever, then (receiving) the trophy and the fans not being there… you just have to deal with it when it comes,” he said. There have been calls to delay the start of next season while the 2019-20 campaign finishes Read Also: Ighalo nears Man Utd extension amid foreign stars ban in China “Hopefully it does happen. We are still in a very good position. “It will mean we have won the Premier League and we will all be very happy but then we can look to the future – and whenever fans are allowed back into the stadium, I am sure we will have some sort of celebration together.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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first_img Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Biggest Cities In The World So FarThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?What Is The Fastest Way To Get 1 Million Followers On Instagram?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body? Tottenham boss, Jose Mourinho, has admitted his experiment with Dele Alli did not work, but says there is “no story.” Alli looked like the fall guy on Sunday after he was taken off at half-time for Moussa Sissoko, as Spurs opened their Premier League campaign with a 1-0 home loss. Spurs had looked laboured in the first 45 minutes and went in goalless at the break, but the removal of Alli did not improve their fortunes as Everton scored late on to triumph. Alli’s half-time hook has led to speculation that the former MK Dons man has fallen out with Mourinho, with reports even suggesting he could be used as a makeweight in the deal to bring Gareth Bale home. Former Aston Villa man Gabriel Agbonlahor told talkSPORT on Tuesday: “I feel like they need a No 10 as well because I’m hearing from a good source that Dele Alli and Mourinho have fallen out.” Agbonlahor elaborated on Wednesday’s talkSPORT Breakfast show: “We’ve seen it so many time with Jose Mourinho, he can kill players. read also:Dele Alli fell out with Mourinho before half-time sub in Everton loss, says Agbonlahor “He has done it at every club he’s been at. At Man United, he tried to do it with Pogba and Shaw.Advertisement “I feel that Dele Alli could be his new target. You see what he did with Danny Rose, which was a disgrace and he’s still Spurs’ best left-back. “I feel with Dele Alli, something has happened there between them. From what I heard, he wasn’t even meant to start the Everton game. ‘”Steven Bergwijn had a migraine in the warm-up or before the game and that’s why Alli started.” Mourinho was asked about the situation at his press conference on Wednesday, ahead of Thursday’s date with Lokomotiv Plovdiv. “The change at half-time was not the first time I’ve done that in my career. I did that with Eric Dier against Olympiacos,” said Mourinho. “When I do these things I always do it for the team. In some cases the option was choosing right, in others it was proven wrong. “In this case it didn’t work and the team wasn’t better in the second half. That’s my job to make decisions. There is no story. There is no cases.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading… last_img read more

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first_img March 27, 2007PENSACOLA, Fla. – Playing for the first time in nine days, top-ranked West Florida continued their winning ways with a 7-2 win over 14th ranked BYU-Hawaii on Tuesday at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex. West Florida (16-2) won their third straight, while BYU-Hawaii (9-1) dropped to 4-10 all-time against West Florida.West Florida started the match by sweeping the doubles competition. The Argonauts fourth-ranked doubles team of Nicolas Barrientos (Cali, Colombia) and Dante Bottini (Buenos Aires, Argentina) improved to 13-3 on the season with their first position doubles win.West Florida also won four of the six singles matches in straight sets. Fourth-ranked Diego Zorzi (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and ninth-ranked Bottini only lost five games in their straight set wins. Zorzi remained perfect in singles at 9-0 while Bottini improved to 8-3 on the season.West Florida will return to action on Tuesday against 13th ranked UC-San Diego. West Florida leads the all-time series, 3-0. The match will begin at 2 p.m. CST at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex.RESULTS#1 Singles: #9 Dante Bottini (UWF) def. A.J. Bartlett (BYUH), 6-1, 6-4#2 Singles: #4 Diego Zorzi (UWF) def. Junyoung Kim (BYUH), 6-4, 6-1#3 Singles: #38 Nicolas Barrientos (UWF) def. Tomas Hladil (BYUH), 6-2, 6-4#4 Singles: Jakub Huza (BYUH) def. #44 Eduardo Cavasotti (UWF), 6-4, 6-4#5 Singles: Luis Arboleda (UWF) def. Marvin So’onalole (BYUH), 6-2, 7-5#6 Singles: Chris Rice (BYUH) def. Luiz Bernardi (UWF), 6-1, 6-3#1 Doubles: #4 N. Barrientos/D. Bottini (UWF) def. #24 J. Kim/A.J. Bartlett (BYUH), 8-3#2 Doubles: D. Zorzi/E. Cavasotti (UWF) def. J. Huza/T. Hladil (BYUH), 8-3#3 Doubles: E. Cavasotti/L. Bernardi (UWF) def. M. So’onalole/C. Rice (BYUH), 8-6<>Print Friendly Version Top-Ranked Argonauts Win Third Straight Sharelast_img read more

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first_imgBUCKSPORT — The George Stevens Academy Eagles avenged two regular season losses and ended the baseball season for the Bucksport Golden Bucks with a 7-5 Eastern Maine Class C semifinal win on Saturday.It took the Eagles an extra inning to do it after the top-seeded Golden Bucks rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh to knot the score at 5-5.But it will be fourth-seeded GSA that will now play for the EM title on Tuesday at Bangor’s Mansfield Stadium.The Golden Bucks got off to a strong start as righthander Carter DeRedin retired the Eagles in order in the top of the first inning.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textBucksport jumped on GSA righthander Will Ricker for two runs in the bottom of the first.Josh Gray opened with a single, then went to second on a passed ball.Asher Bowden followed with a single to center and Gray, who had held at third, raced home when the throw to the plate sailed over the head of catcher Dakota Chipman.Bowden went to third on a groundout by Jack Cyr and scored on a wild pitch to put the Bucks up 2-0.But the lead didn’t last long.With one out in the top of the second, GSA’s Cooper Smallidge singled and Ricker followed with a double, moving him to third.Tyler Webber walked to load the bases and Smallidge scored when Will Entwistle grounded into a force at second.Kelsey Allen then reached on a Bucksport throwing error with Webber scoring the tying run.Neither DeRedin nor Ricker yielded a run through the next four innings, though the Golden Bucks left the bases loaded when Ricker struck out Jake Gauvin in the bottom of the sixth.GSA jumped in front in the top of the seventh.Webber led off with a walk and was sacrificed to second by Entwistle.Kelsey Allen followed with an opposite field double, moving Webber to third.Finn McMahon-Allwine then lashed a single, driving in both Webber and Allen.Allwine was then waved to second on a balk, went to third on a groundout by Garrison Looke and scored on a wild pitch to give the Eagles a 5-2 lead.But the Bucks weren’t through.With one out in the bottom of the inning, Gray singled, Asher Bowden singled and Jack Cyr doubled on a ball that got momentarily hung up in fencing at the left field wall.Gray scored on the double, and Bowden was waved home and Cyr sent to third after umpires ruled that the ball was playable.Cyr then scored the tying run on a sacrifice fly by Tyler Maguire.But the Eagles were more than equal to the challenge.With one out in the top of the eighth, Smallidge doubled and Jake Reynolds was inserted to run.Ricker then singled down the left field line and Reynolds raced home with what proved to be the winning run.The Eagles added an insurance run when Ricker went to third on a groundout by Webber and scored on a wild pitch.In the bottom of the inning, Ricker got the first batter on a fly ball but walked Dylan Soper.That brought righthander Garrison Looke on in relief and Looke walked Gauvin to put the tying run on base.But Ricker, who was moved to left field, saved a run — and perhaps more — with a diving catch of a sinking line drive by pinch hitter Andy Allan.Gray was retired on a game-ending line drive to right, and the Eagles swarmed onto the field in celebration.DeRedin went the distance for the Golden Bucks, giving up six hits, striking out three batters and walking three.Ricker scattered eight hits, struck out six and walked two in seven and one-third innings.With the win, the Eagles upped their record to 14-4, while the Bucks closed out with 15-3 record.Find in-depth coverage of local news in The Ellsworth American. Subscribe digitally or in print. Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. hbowden@ellsworthamerican.com GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Biocenter_img Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Latest Postslast_img read more

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first_imgNew Delhi: South Africa were already on the backfoot heading into day 3 after the top three failed. Faf du Plessis showed some aggression for his fifty but Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja continued to make inroads. At 162/8, fans at the MCA stadium were wondering whether the Proteas could overhaul Virat Kohli’s individual score. However, Keshav Maharaj and Vernon Philander showed the top order the way forward on this pitch. Applying themselves rigrously and pouncing on scoring opportunities, Maharaj and Philander shared a record 109-run stand for the ninth wicket as India’s inability to run through the tail came back to haunt them. However, Ashwin snapped Maharaj for 72 and when one extra over was bowled due to India’s quick over-rate, the offspinner trapped Rabada in front to give India a 326-run lead heading into the fourth day of the Pune Test.The story of South Africa’s batting in the two Tests so far has been punctuated by top order failures followed by spirited partnerships by the tail. In Vizag, Senuran Muthusamy and Dane Piedt had shared a 91-run stand to help South Africa avoid total humiliation. In Pune, it was Maharaj and Philander who helped the Proteas achieve some respectability after yet another top order failing.Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav continued from where they left off on the previous day, with Anrich Nortje falling to Shami and Umesh accounting for Thenuis de Bruyn for 30. With half the side back in the pavillion, skipper Faf du Plessis looked to hold one end up. Quinton de Kock had other ideas and he proceeded to target the spinners. The duo scored quickly, with de Kock in particular smashing seven fours in his knock. The 75-run stand ended when Ashwin produced a magical delivery that drifted in and spun away slightly to clip the top of off stump. Du Plessis signalled his intention with a six off Jadeja and he smashed his 21st fifty. But, the spinners continued to spin a web around the South Africa batting. Jadeja dismissed Muthusamy for 7 while Ashwin got the big wicket of du Plessis for 64. That was when Maharaj and Philander buckled down and showed the fight that had yielded them past success.Philander was content on blocking everything and wearing the bowlers down while Maharaj looked the more attacking and composed of the duo. Philander got going with two fours off Ashwin but Maharaj negotiated the reverse swing of Shami and the guile of Jadeja expertly. In the post-day interview, Maharaj would reveal that he wanted to stay outside off stump to spin and legside of the ball for Jadeja. Maharaj withstood the reverse swing of Shami as both players got their eye in and also safely negotiated the new ball. With two fours off Ashwin, Maharaj notched up his maiden fifty and the confidence rubbed off on Philander, who crunched a drive off Umesh to stretch the partnership past 100. The stand had ensured that India would not get a chance to enforce the follow-on or bat on day 3 itself but any chances of reducing a deficit below 300 was dealt a blow when Ashwin got Maharaj through a strangle on leg stump. Maharaj danced down the track and looked to flick a slow, flighted delivery but ended up hitting it straight to leg slip.Also Read | Maharaj, Philander Stitch Record Ninth Wicket StandThe approach by Maharaj and Philander will be much needed for South Africa if they are to hold off for a draw. Whether India will enforce the follow-on or not remains to be seen on day 4. Looking at how the bowlers have had to work hard for their wickets, Kohli might be tempted to bat again and give his bowlers some rest as they look to cope with the punishing schedule of three back-to-back Tests. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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