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Only one PUI remains in Bacolod – CHO

first_imgFamiliaran explained that the lastperson that had check up in the afternoon of Feb. 10 was only classified as aperson under monitoring (PUM). BACOLOD City – The number of patientsunder investigation (PUIs) for the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in thiscity is down to only one as of Tuesday, the City Health Office said. “In fact, after reassessment andreevaluation by our infectious consultants, the patient was sent home as PUM,”the vice mayor noted. The resolution dated Feb. 10 citedthat it is the intention of the local government officials and functionaries ofthe said city to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of the constituencyand the visiting tourists and guests during fiestas and celebrations. On the other hand, the SangguniangPanlungsod of Bago City, Negros Occidental has passed a resolution deferringthe celebration of the 54th Charter Day anniversary of Bago City slated on Feb.11 to 19.center_img According to Vice Mayor El CidFamiliaran, who chairs the city’s inter-agency task force against the2019-nCoV, there were eight (not nine as earlier reported) PUIs recorded inseveral hospitals here. “Of the eight that were quarantined,seven of them were already discharged in the hospitals after the results of theconfirmatory testing from the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM)turned out negative,” he said. The same resolution also cited thatthe Department of Health issued an advisory stating that with the ongoingthreat of the spread of the 2019-nCoV strongly urging the public to avoidattending, participating in, and organizing events that draw a huge number ofattendees thus recommending the cancellation of such planned big events or massgatherings until further advise./PNlast_img read more

Pongetti adjusts to Syracuse’s style of play, midfield

first_img Published on September 16, 2014 at 12:03 am Contact Chris: [email protected] | @ChrisLibonati Another year, another campus, another team.Last year, Rebecca Pongetti started her freshman year of college at Louisiana State, starting 11 and playing in 18 of the Tigers’ 20 games. But just a few months before this season began, she transferred to Syracuse, preferring the Orange’s quicker, possession-based style of play.“I got the opportunity with Syracuse and I took it and I didn’t look back,” she said.Pongetti described her start at Syracuse as “frantic.” LSU was something she had planned in advance when she committed in 10th grade. But SU was a little more unexpected.As she switches from what she called LSU’s “kick-and-run” style to the Orange’s more patient, purposeful passing, she’s rotating into more playing time and a new position because of Hanna Strong’s indefinite suspension from the team.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“The speed of play in the (Atlantic Coast Conference) is a little quicker than it is in the (Southeastern Conference),” head coach Phil Wheddon said. “The SEC is a big, physical game and the ACC is a quicker game.”Pongetti has settled in, but the transition is ongoing. After starting the first three games of the season, Pongetti did not play against Connecticut on Sept. 1 as Wheddon said Strong was better suited for the matchup.But the team will be without Strong indefinitely. She was suspended Sept. 6 after she was recorded using racist and homophobic language. Strong plays holding midfielder, the same position as Pongetti.Strong’s suspension may help Pongetti get more time on the field. Her absence opens a rotational gap at the holding midfielder position in Syracuse’s 3-5-2 formation. Strong played more than 30 minutes in four of Syracuse’s first five games. Now, the Orange will have to find someone else to play those minutes.“(Pongetti) still working on her speed of play, taking a quicker first touch so she can play more quickly,” Wheddon said.She’s also working out of a new position. Pongetti’s played center back since she started playing with the Canadian Youth National Team in her mid-early teens years, but when she arrived at Syracuse, she was shifted to midfield.Switching from center back to the midfield made it clear to Pongetti that her work was cut out for her. She had to build her stamina to physically prepare herself for playing in the midfield and adjusting to the new playing style that came with transfer.“This summer I worked every single day.” Pongetti said. “I ran, I lifted — I did everything I could to be possibly fit for the midfield.”As a freshman at LSU, Pongetti had to prove herself. This year is no different.Maddie Iozzi, a sophomore defender, said that Pongetti has continued to improve since she arrived. Iozzi could see it better than most — the two played together on the Canadian Youth National Team.Said Iozzi: “She was a bit timid at first, but now she’s zipping (passes) in there and she’s gotten a lot better from when she first came.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

UFC Fight Night 161: Overview, UFC schedule and more details

first_imgLast Updated: 11th October, 2019 22:18 IST UFC Fight Night 161: Overview, UFC Schedule And More Details UFC Fight Night 161 is going to go live this Sunday morning from Florida. Know more about the UFC schedule, overview and other details of the upcoming event. After a massive showdown at UFC 242, the Fight Night 161 is set to go live on Sunday, October 13 (in India) at 5:30 AM (IST). UFC Fight Night 161 will go live from Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida with six main card fights and prelim bouts. After facing a loss against Valentina ‘Bullet’ Shevchenko, Joanna Jedrzejczyk’s fight against Michell Waterson will headline the Fight Night. Featherweight veteran Cub Swanson will also step in the UFC Fight Night against the newcomer Kron Gracie, who has tasted victory in all his five fights so far.  Written By LIVE TV First Published: 11th October, 2019 22:18 IST Raj Sarkar Also Read- UFC News: Will Conor McGregor Make His Return Against Dustin Poirier?UFC Fight Night 161 co-main event overviewCub Swanson has lost all four of his last fights against Brian Ortega, Frankie Edgar, Renato Moicano and Shane Burgos which will force him to step inside the octagon as an underdog. On the other hand, his rival Kron Gracie is yet to lose a fight. The Brazilian-American fighter is new in the MMA and has won all of his five fights. However, Swanson’s experience is going to influence the result of the fight for sure.Also Read- UFC 243 Results: Overview And News From The Latest UFC Pay-per-viewUFC ScheduleMain card Joanna Jedrzejczyk vs Michelle Waterson (115 lbs). Kron Gracie vs Cub Swanson (145 lbs). Mike Davis vs Thomas Gifford (155 lbs). Mackenzie Dern vs Amanda Ribas (115 lbs). Max Frevola vs Luis Pena (155 lbs). Eryk Anders vs Gerald Meerschaert (205 lbs).PrelimsNiko Price vs James Vick (170 lbs). Devin Clark vs Ryan Spann (205 lbs). Tim Elliot vs Deiveson Figueiredo (125 lbs). Max Griffin vs Alex Morono (170 lbs). Miguel Baeza vs Hector Aldana (170 lbs). Marvin Vettori vs Andrew Sanchez (185 lbs). J.J Aldrich vs Lauren Mueller (125 lbs). Marlon Vera vs Andre Ewell. center_img Also Read- Conor McGregor Posts Fight Video Against Khabib From UFC 229UFC Fight Night 161: Main event overviewFormer UFC Women’s Strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk is going up against Michell Waterson ‘The Karate Hottie’ in the UFC Fight Night 161’s main event. Joanna hampered much of her reputation by winning just one of her last four fights. The Polish martial artist was undefeated until Rose Namajunas shocked the world by knocking her out for the belt. After losing in the first encounter, Joanna went for a re-match against Rose but got defeated again.  However, her upcoming opponent, Michell Waterson had a great run by winning all three of her last fights against Karolina Kowalkiewiccz, Felice Herring and Cortney Casey. If Michell gets to defeat Joanna Jedrzejczyk at UFC Fight Night 161, she can expect a title shot against Jessica Andrade in future. SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE COMMENT FOLLOW USlast_img read more