The Post: The outbreak has led to the postponement of many league games, and the broadcaster is suing the Premier League club for millions of pounds – yqqlm

Original title: Post: The epidemic caused many league delays, broadcasters claimed millions of pounds from Premier League clubs The Post: The outbreak has led to a number of league delays, and the broadcasters are suing the Premier League clubs for millions of pounds Live it on January 24th, according to the “Daily Mail” report, after … Read more

Outbreak of coronavirus in Šiauliai club – postponed match with Nevėžis

After the first cases of COVID-19 were recorded in the Šiauliai-7bet team at the beginning of the week, 12 new positive results were recorded after additional tests. In addition to Jonathan Elmore and coach Vaidas Pauliukėnas, who have already started isolation, the coronavirus has been detected in Nemanja Bezbradica, Daniel Baslyk, Paul Danusevičius, Giedrius Staniulis, … Read more

COVID-19 outbreak: Four more ‘Big Brother Celebrities’ infected contestants

Big Brother Celebrities reality show is hit hard by an outbreak of COVID-19. After Eddy King, four other candidates have now been infected on the Noovo set. • Read also: Six new cases of COVID-19: the first Variety of “Star Academy” again postponed In addition to Stéphane Fallu who entered the game a week late … Read more

Concerned over new Covid-19 outbreak, China disinfects all international mail

China, where the new coronavirus first appeared in late 2019, is pursuing a strict Covid-19 zero-case policy at a time when the rest of the world is reopening a closed society during a pandemic. China is now battling many small outbreaks, including one in the capital, Beijing, two weeks before the Winter Olympics in Beijing. … Read more

‘It’s no surprise,’ says farmer after losing lawsuit about FMD outbreak

“We had already expected that this latest lawsuit would not bring the success we had hoped. It is very disappointing,” says Van den Brink. Together with some fellow villagers, he has been fighting for justice for years. Because they believe that the culling of 60,000 animals in 2001 was unjustified. .

‘Forgotten cattle farmer’ loses very last lawsuit about foot and mouth outbreak in Kootwijkerbroek

The case on which a verdict has been given is the very last one concerning the foot and mouth crisis in 2001. In fact, the final verdict on this subject was already at the beginning of 2020. At the time, the CBb also ruled that the culling of more than 60,000 animals in Kootwijkerbroek was … Read more

‘Forgotten cattle farmer’ loses very last lawsuit about foot and mouth outbreak in Kootwijkerbroek

The case on which a verdict has been given is the very last one concerning the foot and mouth crisis in 2001. In fact, the final verdict on this subject was already at the beginning of 2020. At the time, the CBb also ruled that the culling of more than 60,000 animals in Kootwijkerbroek was … Read more

Bill Gates: in the 2030 Agenda, prepare for the next pandemic – EXPO 2020

(ANSA) – DUBAI, 16 JAN – To achieve the ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ of the 2030 Agenda within the next eight years, we need to prepare for the next global pandemic, this is the message launched by Bill Gates who spoke in connection with the Forum on Global Goals for All, organized at the Dubai Expo … Read more

The European Union is experiencing its biggest outbreak of avian influenza

The European Union is grappling with its worst outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza. In this month of January 2022, 30 European countries are affected by the epidemic which continues to grow. The H5N1 subtype is largely predominant. European experts have called this epidemic the worst experienced to date. Since the beginning of August, numerous … Read more

Do not give up, tens of thousands of Indian Hindus again fill the Ganges River when the Covid-19 outbreak increases

Tens of thousands of Indian Hindus continue to perform rituals on the Ganges River despite the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the country. (Source: AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh) WEST BENGAL, KOMPAS.TV – Tens of thousands of Indian Hindus once again filled the Ganges to perform sacred rituals. In fact, Covid-19 cases in the country … Read more