A majority of Americans said they were concerned about how the coronavirus is spreading, according to the poll, as the number of COVID-19 cases surpassed 1 million people in the United States this week, killing more than 56,000.Trump publicly mused about the benefits of “cleaning” COVID-19 patients on the insides with disinfectants or ultraviolet light during a news conference last week, directing health officials in the room to look into it.Medical experts immediately condemned the president’s suggestion, and the makers of disinfectant products warned the public against ingesting them. Trump later tried to portray his remarks as sarcasm, but given his popularity with some Americans, health officials expressed concern his remarks would persuade some people to poison themselves.Overall, Trump’s overall popularity has not changed much over the past week. Forty-three percent of Americans said they approve of his overall job performance, and the same number also approve of his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics : Among registered voters, 44% said they would vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, while 40% said they would back Trump if the election were held today.The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online, in English, throughout the United States. It gathered responses from 1,001 adults, including 416 Democrats and 419 Republicans. Americans appear to be losing faith in what President Donald Trump says about the coronavirus pandemic, with almost everyone rejecting Trump’s remark that COVID-19 may be treated by injecting infected people with bleach or other disinfectants, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Tuesday.The April 27-28 public opinion poll found that fewer than half of all adults in the US – 47% – said they were “very” or “somewhat” likely to follow recommendations Trump makes about the virus. That is 15 percentage points lower than the number who said they would follow Trump’s advice in a survey that ran at the end of March.And 98% of Americans said they would not try to inject themselves with bleach or other disinfectants if they got the coronavirus, including 98% of Democrats and 98% of Republicans. That is a near-unanimous rejection of an idea that Trump floated at a time of widespread anxiety about the virus.
February 17, 2017 Governor and First Lady Wolf Join Health Professionals, Advocates, & Legislators to Denounce Senate Bill 3 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Press Release, Public Health, Women’s Rights Abington, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf today joined women’s health advocates and medical professionals, along with Representative Madeleine Dean, Senator Art Haywood, Representative Steve McCarter, and Representative Mary Jo Daley to denounce the fast-tracking of Senate Bill 3 which would eliminate a woman’s right to make choices about her own health care in consultation with her doctor.“I want to thank the members of the General Assembly who have stood against this bill. Let me be clear: Should Senate Bill 3 reach my desk, I will veto it,” Governor Wolf said. “I am not threatening a veto out of partisanship, or due to some political back and forth. I am promising this veto to demonstrate that Pennsylvania will not play games with women’s healthcare in our Commonwealth. Simply put, this legislation severely limits women’s ability to make informed and timely decisions about their own health care options. That is not the place of government.”“Senate Bill 3 is an unwise, unscientific, unvetted, and unconstitutional bill,” said Representative Madeleine Dean. “It is dangerous and is anti-woman, seeks to take both the choice and the decision making away from a woman, her doctor and her family—and bizarrely puts critical medical decisions in the hands of the Pennsylvania legislature. All of this without so much as a hearing or consultation with experts and doctors.”Senate Bill 3 proposes the most extreme restrictions on abortion in the country. It would ban abortions after twenty weeks except in the rarest of circumstances, leaving no exceptions for rape, incest, health or tragic fetal anomalies. The bill would also ban one of the safest methods of second trimester abortions, putting women at risk and taking crucial decisions about their medical care out of the hands of their trusted medical providers.“This vote was based upon a bunch of quacks,” said Senator Art Haywood. “There’s no medical basis for the decisions a group of non-doctors have made. And they made this decision on behalf of Pennsylvania’s women without the input of those women or the doctors who serve them.”The Pennsylvania Senate recently passed the bill, despite bi-partisan opposition, through committee and the floor in just three days with limited debate and no expert witnesses or public hearings. The bill now awaits action by the House of Representatives, where a similar version passed last session.Governor and First Lady Wolf were joined today by women who have had to make devastating decisions about their pregnancies. If SB 3 were to be passed, women facing the same circumstances would be stripped of their right to make these personal, family decisions.“I am grateful for the one element of control I had in an otherwise powerless situation: the decision to end our pregnancy and with it our son’s pain and suffering,” said Erica Goldblatt Hyatt. “This is the paradox, I learned, of being a mother: in my case, loving my son so deeply that it meant choosing to say goodbye. Though that choice rests on my heart every day, I know it was the right one for our family, and I am grateful to live in a State where our Governor supports the rights of women like me to make it, autonomously, with those who know and love her best.”Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf
This property at 49 Victory St, Zillmere, has sold for $587,500. Pic supplied.DEMAND for development opportunities close to the city drove the sale of this rundown Zillmere property.The three-bedroom home on 810 sqm sold in just 10 days to a local developer for $587,500 after attracting seven offers.Selling agent Ben Jacobs of Ben Jacobs Real Estate said the sale of the property at 49 Victory Street defied the negative sentiment in the market surrounding unit oversupply.“I didn’t expect to see that level of interest in a property like that in Zillmere, so it shows there is a lot of interest in that area for development even in the current market,” he said.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“Regardless of the sentiment in the market, there are definitely still developers willing to push ahead.” Inside the property at 49 Victory St, Zillmere. Pic supplied.Mr Jacobs said the property was attractive because of its price point and proximity to the CBD.“To be able to still pick up a block in the late $500,000s and develop it this close to the city is pretty good buying,” he said. The property comprises two lots on one title, enabling it to be split.It’s a short walk to Zillmere Train Station and close to state schools and Chermside Shopping Centre.The property is currently rented for $390 a week and leased until February 2018.
Tenants Queensland has put out some tips for avoiding bond disputes.MOVING house is stressful enough without having to worry about getting your rental bond back.According to Tenants Queensland, disputes around fair wear and tear, repairs and cleaning are the most common reasons renters lose bond money at the end of a tenancy.Tenants Queensland chief executive Penny Carr said tenants frequently failed to keep adequate records of the condition of the premises when they moved in and when they vacated. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Ms Carr said it was vital tenants completed detailed RTA entry and exit condition reports of the property when they moved in and out, along with taking photos and keeping copies to avoid protracted disputes down the track.“Evidence of the state of the property on entering and exiting is the best insurance policy,providing protection for tenants to reclaim their bond money at the end of their tenancy.” Tenants Queensland has put out some tips for avoiding bond disputes. THE BRISBANE HOMES FOR AUCTION COAST’S NEW MILLION-DOLLAR SUBURB BIGGEST INFLUENCE ON CHOOSING A HOME HOW TO AVOID A BOND DISPUTE: Ask for a receipt if you pay a bond or part bond in cash and sign the RTA BondLodgement form. In general tenancies, the person you pay bond to must lodge your bond and the formwith the RTA within 10 days. Fill in an Entry Condition Report and take photos to record the condition of thepremises when you move in. Keep a copy. Read all documents carefully and never sign a blank or incomplete form, particularlya Form 4 Bond Return Form. Use a Change of Bond Contributors form to update RTA signatures if people on theMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agobond change. Keep copies of your receipts for bond or rent payments. Tenants Queensland has put out some tips for getting your bond back. Give written notice before you leave. Tenants are responsible to leave the premises in the same state as they received itin but are not responsible for fair wear and tear. When moving, it is the tenant’s responsibility to start the process of completing anExit Condition Report. Fill it out, keep a copy before giving it to the lessor or agent tofil in their side. Take photos of the premises, particularly any areas which you mightbe subject to a dispute. Keep copies of any cleaning receipts. Return all keys when you leave. As soon as your notice period ends, if you don’t think you will come to an agreement with the agent or owner about the bond return, immediately send an RTA Form 4 Bond Return in to the RTA. As soon as you move, notify the RTA of your new address in case the first claim ismade by the agent or lessor. (Source: Tenants Queensland)
Brookville, In. — A Laurel woman has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for her role in a methamphetamine dealing operation. Rachel Isaacs, 42, will serve 18 years in prison and the remaining time on probation.The Franklin County Drug Task Force opened an investigation in August of 2016 after receiving a tip about drug activity at her Basin Street home.In September police served a search warrant and confiscated four grams of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.On October 9 around midnight, while Isaacs was out on bail police returned to her home following the traffic stop of Wayne Seiber, 52, of Dayton. Seiber was caught with 83.5 grams of methamphetamine, $2140 in cash, two handguns and paraphernalia. Seiber told police he had been using drugs at the Isaacs home. On October 10 the task force served another search warrant at the Isaacs home and found almost 40 grams of methamphetamine.In November Isaacs pleaded guilty to two counts of dealing in methamphetamine and one count of maintaining a common nuisance.Several other arrests have been made as a result of these investigations.
Frank Q. Hyde, 94 of Milan passed away Thursday December 28, 2017 at Ripley Crossing at Milan. Frank was born August 9, 1923 in Gary, Indiana the son of Frank Tolvin and Aletha Anna (Quinn) Hyde. He was married to Esther (Schwandt) Hyde who preceded him in death. He was a member of the Osgood Baptist Church. He worked for John Hancock Insurance and later retired as the Manager of the Indianapolis office of Auto Owners Insurance Co. He had served his country by being in the Merchant Marines during WWII.Frank is survived by son Jeffrey G. (Karen A.) Hyde of Milan, grandchildren Heather Block, April McLaughlin, Jonathan and Joseph Hyde, and 6 great grandchildren.Graveside services will be held at Cliff Hill Cemetery at Versailles. Memorials may be given to the donors choice through the funeral home. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 243 Milan, 47031 Go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
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Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is confident his side can maintain their ferocious pace until the end of the season. Only once during that run have they had a gap of more than four days between games and the fixtures continue to come thick and fast. Fresh from securing their place in the Capital One Cup final in midweek, City host Watford in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday before travelling to Tottenham in the Barclays Premier League next Wednesday. Despite the tough schedule, Pellegrini has no concerns that his team could run out of steam. The Chilean said: “No, I don’t think we are going to have some problems in that sense. “Maybe we will have problems with other teams – they are good teams – but I think we are making good rotations during the whole year. “Also, the way we play we have a lot of possession of the ball, so we rest by not always running after the ball.” Pellegrini’s determination to play an exciting, attacking brand of football has not wavered, no matter which XI he sends out on the field. He sees no reason to have to compromise his beliefs just because the depth of his squad might be tested in the coming months, particularly when the Champions League challenge resumes next month. The 60-year-old said: “The style, of course we are going to try and continue until the end. “I don’t know if we are going to win all the games but we are going to try to continue. “I said from the beginning of the season that the most important thing is to have a style and after that to have 11 starters.” Pellegrini’s predecessor Roberto Mancini this week suggested he should receive some credit for the way City are playing this season. Mancini assembled much of the squad and led City to Premier League and FA Cup success before being sacked last May. Pellegrini, speaking at a press conference, was not interested in responding to Mancini’s comments. He said: “I don’t think anything about that. If it is his opinion, everyone can say what he thinks is true. “I am not the best person to analyse. It is not for me or him to compare.” City are still in contention for four trophies and have scored a remarkable 106 goals in their 35 games so far this term. They have won 16 of their last 18 matches – and drawn the other two – stretching back to the last international break in November. Press Association
Rodgers said: “It’s not some thing that I have even thought about to be honest. We’ve had a lot of games this season in a lot of competitions. At this moment in time the key for me is trying to keep the squad together.” While Balotelli continues to struggle to find his feet at Anfield since his £16m move from AC Milan in the summer, Rodgers has been forced to juggle his forwards to find a combination which goes some way to fill the void left by the absence of Sturridge and the departed Luis Suarez. Raheem Sterling is currently the latest player leading the line and he performed admirably in that role again against Burnley on Boxing Day. His decisive strike on the hour took him to three goals in his last three matches, and Rodgers believes that he has a lot to offer in a position which he is quickly adapting to. “I think Raheem and anyone with that type of pace will always stretch teams and will always make defenders think,” he said. “He’s a different type and not your natural number nine. For me it’s more about the position than the player. For the team to function well, that pace in the team is very important for us.” Sterling is likely to be supported by both Phillipe Coutinho and Adam Lalanna when Swansea visit Anfield on Sunday. Rodgers was full of praise for the duo and the opportunities they have created for their team-mate -it was an inventive flick from the Brazilian which created the goal at Burnley. “I think that Adam and Philippe are playing in a role that suits them perfectly really. The key is obviously the work rate as well. They press the ball well, they work very, very hard.” Reports in the striker’s homeland have suggested that former club Inter Milan, where Balotelli rose to prominence, may be looking at a loan move for him in the new year in light of his poor start to life at Anfield. But Rodgers insists he has no plans to further weaken a forward line which is already lacking the injured Daniel Sturridge. There will be no route back to Italy for Mario Balotelli this January, according to Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers. Press Association And Emre Can was another who received praise from Rodgers. “He played centre half in one of the games I took in last year to go and see him. He played at centre half in a 4-2-3-1. He’s got a big future hear at Anfield it’s just been curtailed a little since the summer when he was trying to gain his fitness,” he said. “He had an ankle issue that made him miss training and he was in and out. He’s got great athleticism and you saw in his presence on the pitch yesterday (against Burnley) that he’s an outstanding footballer. “He’s a very young player just acclimatising to the game over here. His favourite position is as a more defensive player even though I’ve played him in a more attack role because I’d like him to do more of that. “But he’s a player that if you asked him his profile it would be to sit and play in that defensive role where he can play and dictate the game and be physical in the duel. “Him coming on against Burnley gave us that assurance in possession and also that physicality when we didn’t have the ball. He’s someone I know can play in a number of positions and someone I know his influence will become greater as the season goes on.”
THE finalists in the 2019 edition of the LIMACOL Football tournament will be decided this evening.The event, which is sponsored mainly by New GPC with support from W.J. Enterprise, will be decided tonight following the conclusion of semifinal fixtures at the Ministry of Education (MoE) ground on CARIFESTA Avenue.The first match blows off at 19:00hrs and the scores of fans, who are anticipated to flock to venue, will see the tournament favourites Fruta Conquerors Under-20 pitted against Riddim Squad.Conquerors have been spearheaded by youngster Nicholas McArthur’s superb form and they will be bankng on him to increase his tally of 10 goals to marshal them into the final.The feature match will be Santos Under-20 against Pele FC. Although Pele have not entered as a youth side into the tournament, their starting XI is mostly comprised of youth players inclusive of target-man Dorwin George, who has been exceptional in front of goal for the Georgetown-based club.The winners of this tournament will pocket $400 000, second $200 000, third $100 000 and the losers of the third-place playoff will walk away with $50 000.