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first_imgAfghanistan on Sunday reported its first fatality due to the novel coronavirus, after a man died in the north of the impoverished and war-torn country.Officials said the 40-year-old victim died in Balkh province, which borders Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, from complications stemming from the COVID-19 disease.Khaliullah Hekmati, the health director for Balkh province, told AFP that the man had suffered other health problems including with his liver and kidney. He was brought to a hospital on Wednesday, but was not quarantined there. Two foreign diplomats were also among the 10 new cases.Most of Afghanistan’s COVID-19 cases have been linked to neighboring Iran, one of the countries hardest hit by the disease, and where millions of Afghans live as refugees.The victim who died Friday had not returned from Iran recently, according to Hekmati.Since the outbreak began around a month ago, tens of thousands of Afghan refugees have returned home from Iran, but only a few hundred have been tested — raising fears the actual infection rate might be much higher than reported.Afghanistan’s porous borders, creaking hospitals, culture of hand-shaking and hugging, and large illiterate populations in crowded urban centres mean containing the crisis could be a huge challenge. “He died on Friday, his tests results came back positive today,” Hekmati said.”When we went to quarantine the family, they had already moved to an area under Taliban control.”The Taliban, who in the past have been repeatedly accused of murdering health workers, last week said they would not obstruct health organizations battling the coronavirus crisis.Afghan health officials have so far reported 34 cases of the novel coronavirus, including 10 new cases Sunday that saw the first two confirmed infections in the densely populated capital Kabul.center_img Topics :last_img read more

first_img(REUTERS) – INTERNATIONAL Olympic Committee (IOC) chief Thomas Bach says the Tokyo Games would have to be scrapped if the event cannot be held next year due to the COVID-19 crisis.In March, the IOC and Japanese government took the unprecedented decision to delay the Games, which had been due to start in July, for a year due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.However, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said the multi-sports event cannot take place in 2021 unless the virus is contained and Bach said he understood his position.The novel coronavirus has infected more than 17 100 people in Japan, causing 797 deaths.“Quite frankly, I have some understanding for this, because you can’t forever employ 3 000 or 5 000 people in an Organising Committee,” Bach told the BBC.“You can’t every year change the entire sports schedule worldwide of all the major federations. You can’t have the athletes being in uncertainty.”Bach said the IOC was committed to holding the Games next year though it had to be prepared for various scenarios including quarantining athletes.“What could this mean for the life in an Olympic Village?” he said.“All these different scenarios are under consideration and this is why I’m saying it’s a mammoth task, because there are so many different options that it’s not easy to address them (now).“When we have a clear view on how the world will look on July 23, 2021, then (we will) take the appropriate decisions.”last_img read more

first_img Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff: Wimbledon support felt like playing in New York The 11th-seeded Williams passed a huge test to move a step closer to matching Margaret Court’s tally of 24 Grand Slam singles titles, setting up a showdown with Barbora Strycova or Johanna Konta.Riske had lost one of 14 grass-court matches this year and pushed her esteemed compatriot all the way before an 18th Williams ace ended a thrilling contest. Related News Last-year’s runner-up struck 48 winners in an absorbing match against the attacking Riske and will put her fitness levels to the test by returning for mixed doubles action with Andy Murray later in the day.A big victory deserves a big celebration…#Wimbledon | @serenawilliams pic.twitter.com/w4iAoilKbm— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2019Fired-up Pittsburgh native Riske beat top seed Ashleigh Barty to reach the quarterfinals and was clearly not overawed as she took a 3-1 lead, but Williams was level at 3-3.Riske took that setback on the chin, breaking with a searing backhand return but again failing to consolidate and the seven-time champion found another gear to win three games in a row and claim the opening set.A cushioned Williams backhand volley had Riske scurrying in vain during the first game of the second set, the veteran also firing down two booming aces to hold.Riske continued to come forward at every opportunity and broke to lead 5-4 with a majestic half-volley, then served out the set to love with no hint of nerves. Wimbledon 2019: Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff’s fairytale halted by Simona Halepcenter_img The underdog conjured up another winner to start the final set with a break after Williams had her ankle taped, but the former world No. 1 hit straight back, a rasping forehand return making it 1-1.Williams applied the pressure and a fourth double fault from Riske left her 3-1 down, but back came the world No. 55 to get back on serve following a couple of huge returns.Yet she was shaking her head after Williams showed great anticipation to get her nose in front at 5-3, before serving out the match to end Riske’s best major run. WIMBLEDON, England — Serena Williams fended off inspired fellow American Alison Riske in a fierce battle to reach a 12th Wimbledon semifinal on Tuesday.The unseeded Riske declared she was “ready for war” in her first Grand Slam quarterfinal and kept to her word on Centre Court before finally going down 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.last_img read more

first_imgRob Gronkowski hasn’t played in an NFL game since February 2019, but when it comes to the world of “Madden 21,” he is still one of the league’s best players.The three-time Super Bowl champion earned a 95 overall rating in this year’s game, sitting behind only George Kittle (98 overall) and Travis Kelce (97 overall) among tight ends. And thoughts here…? pic.twitter.com/iK6X1e5T7T— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 17, 2020″Madden 21″ also has Gronkowski as a significantly better player than Eagles tight end Zach Ertz, who secured a spot on the 2019 Pro Bowl team after totaling 88 receptions for 916 yards and six touchdowns. It’s safe to say Ertz didn’t agree with his 90 overall rating.LOL https://t.co/oOmr6wRiMb— Zach Ertz (@ZERTZ_86) July 17, 2020Zach Ertz should be higher than a 90.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) July 17, 2020MORE RATINGS: Top Madden 21 players by positionEven stretching beyond his position, Gronkowski finds himself in elite company. He holds a higher rating than  “Madden 21” cover athlete Lamar Jackson (94 overall) and every running back except Panthers star Christian McCaffrey (99 overall).So how did “Madden 21” land on 95 for Gronkowski? It’s a formula issue. Andre Weingarten, an associate creative designer for “Madden 21,” offered an explanation for why Gronkowski remains a virtual monster. Weingarten noted Gronkowski’s numbers dropped in multiple categories (route running, athleticism, injury, etc.), but apparently that wasn’t enough to push down his overall rating.Gronk being a 95 goes to show how incredible he is as a blocker, and how good his hands are.He has average at best route running, speed, athleticism, etc. and has an atrocious injury rating.The formula smiles down upon him— Andre Weingarten (@Swami_EA) July 17, 2020Gronk was a 99 the previous time he was in the game. All of his route running and athleticism numbers went down— Andre Weingarten (@Swami_EA) July 17, 2020his catching ratings are all in the mid to high 90s. We didn’t want him that high in OVR either lol— Andre Weingarten (@Swami_EA) July 17, 2020″We didn’t want [Gronkowski] that high in OVR either lol,” Weingarten tweeted.For once, it appears that gamers and designers can agree on something. Way to bring people together, Gronk!last_img read more