Karo Health Agency head Irna Syafrina said that the five workers were currently under observation, and that they would be taken to Adam Malik Central General Hospital in Medan if they started to show any symptoms of coronavirus infection.Irna said that three of the workers had returned from China on Jan. 31 and the two others on Feb. 3. However, none had come from Wuhan – the city in Hubei province that is the outbreak’s epicenter.Chinese authorities recorded 636 deaths from 2019-nCoV acute respiratory disease, with more than 30,000 confirmed cases on Feb. 7, AFP reported. Indonesia has no confirmed cases of the coronavirus to date. “We have been surveilling developments [in the workers’ health] for two days,” Irna said on Friday, adding that the workers were not showing any symptoms and their health status was “normal”.”If we observe any symptoms within 14 days, all [five workers] will be transported to Adam Malik hospital, including anyone who has been in [direct] contact with them. Isolation is a must,” she added.Adam Malik is among 14 referral hospitals in Medan for treating coronavirus cases. The hospital has readied a special team of 20 doctors to attend to patients from Aceh, North Sumatra and Riau.Ade Rahmaini, the head of Adam Malik hospital’s coronavirus management team, said the team had admitted one suspected case in January from a private hospital in Medan. The patient had tested negative for 2019-nCoV. (dev)Topics : Five Chinese nationals who had recently returned to Indonesia from China have been placed in isolation at the site of the Laubiang hydropower plant project in Kandibata village of Karo regency, North Sumatra.Ginting, the overseer of the construction project, said on Thursday that the five Chinese workers were isolated immediately upon their arrival at the site following their return from China to prevent the possible spread of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).He added that many Chinese workers had been hired for the Laubiang hydropower plant construction project.
But McClaren was buoyed by his team’s performance at Vicarage Road and is confident they will retain their top-flight status. “We just said to the players that we won’t have a problem if we keep performing like that every week,” said McClaren, whose side are 18th in the league, one point adrift of Swansea. “Many people questioned the attitude of these players earlier this season and whether they cared. Of course they do and you saw that today and in recent weeks. I thought we did everything today but win the game. “It is disappointing and frustrating because we are not getting the results we deserve. But it is all about goals and if you don’t score you don’t win.” Watford caught Newcastle cold on the restart after Troy Deeney’s dinked through-ball fell to the feet of Ighalo who rounded Rob Elliot to score his 14th goal of the season. The visitors then failed to clear their lines from a corner and Cathcart converted from six yards. After Lascelles’ headed home a Jonjo Shelvey corner, Newcastle, who have scored just six goals on their travels this season, pressed for an equaliser but they were made to rue a number of missed opportunities. “Their first goal looked offside but he got the decision,” added McClaren of Ighalo’s opener. “The first 10 minutes of the second period were very disappointing after what I thought was a very good first half. Steve McClaren insists Newcastle will avoid relegation from the Barclays Premier League despite suffering a 2-1 defeat at Watford on Saturday. Odion Ighalo ended his four-game drought without a goal after he scored the opener just 44 seconds into the second half. Craig Cathcart then doubled Watford’s lead shortly before the hour mark. Jamaal Lascelles pulled one back for Newcastle, but the defeat – their third against Watford this season – leaves the Magpies occupying the relegation zone. “It gave us a mountain to climb which the players aimed to do and very nearly did. It was a good performance, but what wins games is at both ends and that has cost us today. “At the moment that is letting us down and putting us in the position we are in. You can’t fault the team, the football, the organisation. They are working hard, they are fighting, they are giving everything, but is just shows you with Ighalo and Deeney that you need quality at both ends.” For Watford, they ended a four-match losing run in the league and manager Quique Sanchez Flores was delighted to return to winning ways. “I am really, really happy with the victory and the performance of the players,” said Flores whose side moved up to 10th in the table. “We came off a very bad run, and in terms of the feelings, it is difficult to convince the players it is just a bad run. I know how it works with the mentality of the players – they are a little bit down – so for us today it was very important. “We are in the top half so we have a lot of reasons to be happy and we have to enjoy it. The target is the same – to survive in the category.” Press Association
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KUSI Newsroom The legacy that Mayor Faulconer leaves behind after the 2020 elections Posted: July 30, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – With the 2020 elections just sixteen months away, Mayor Faulconer’s time in office is coming to an end, but how will he be remembered? Here to discuss this and more is KUSI’s contributor and AM-760 radio host, Mark Larson. July 30, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter