Inside the hotel, guests were allowed to circulate freely, using the restaurants and swimming pools, as long as they wore protective masks, washed hands regularly and checked their temperature twice a day, according to instructions from the health authority.Videos from inside the hotel showed guests sunbathing by the pool and others serving themselves at a restaurant buffet. Some guests complained that basic safety measures such as wearing masks and washing hands regularly were being ignored.Spain’s total number of coronavirus cases rose to 32 on Friday. The bulk of them were linked to Italy, the site of Europe’s worst outbreak.One of the cases involved a sports reporter from Valencia who had recently travelled to Milan, and the Valencia football club announced on Friday the suspension of all non-sports indoor events such as news conferences “that present risk to players, coaching staff and club staff”.The coronavirus can spread via droplets in the air when an infected person coughs, sneezes or breathes out, and these can also contaminate surfaces such as door handles and railings.Topics : The Canary Islands health department said the organisation of the guests’ departure was a police matter. Police would not comment.Half a dozen guests, including a baby in a pram, exited the H10 Costa Adeje Palace south of Tenerife, and underwent temperature scans in the back of the hotel before boarding a 15-seater minibus, the video, shot by hotel guest Christopher Betts, showed.One of the people boarding said he was from Belgium.Another small group left in a large taxi with darkened windows and five more people left in a second minibus. A large bus and another minibus were waiting in the laoding bay, according to Reuters witnesses. Three small groups of guests left a Tenerife hotel in minibuses on Friday on its fourth day of quarantine over thecoronavirus and at least two people could be seen leaving in an ambulance, but around 700 holidaymakers remained in the compound.It was not clear where they were being taken or whether those in the ambulance had any symptoms of the virus.The Canary Islands regional government on Thursday cleared 130 guests to leave the hotel, which was placed on lockdown after four cases of thecoronavirus were detected there, but others showed no symptom of illness.
NewsHub 10 August 2020Family First Comment: Thank you Vicki for your powerful and brave voice!“Vicki Walsh was told in June 2011 her brain cancer diagnosis was terminal and she only had 12 to 14 months to live. However, now aged 53, Walsh has had NINE more years of life since. She says that might not have happened if the choice of assisted dying had been available because she would’ve taken it.”#protect#rejectassistedsuicideA woman with terminal cancer she wouldn’t consider assisted dying and will vote against legalising euthanasia in the referendum.Vicki Walsh was told in June 2011 her brain cancer diagnosis was terminal and she only had 12 to 14 months to live.However, now aged 53, Walsh has had nine more years of life since. She says that might not have happened if the choice of assisted dying had been available because she would’ve taken it.“Obviously euthanasia wasn’t an option, but I had a go at killing myself. So had euthanasia been an option then, it is probably one I would have taken, not realising I was actually depressed,” she told Newshub.Up until then, she had always believed people should have the choice of assisted dying, saying it was, “My body, my choice”. But after her suicide attempt, her views changed.“Do you know what, I woke up the next day and I had the best day. I kept thinking, ‘What if you’d done it?’”Walsh now believes in what she calls a journey to completion, no matter how painful the end.“Why would I take away the fun parts? And people say to me, ‘What happens if there aren’t any fun parts?’ I say I don’t know. But I am prepared to see that journey through because I don’t believe in anybody deliberately ending someone else’s life.”She’s now against giving people the choice for assisted dying because there is so much room to get it wrong.READ MORE: https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/euthanasia-referendum-terminal-cancer-patient-reveals-why-she-s-against-legalising-assisted-dying.html
Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer Opoku Nti says clubs are ready to cooperate with re-elected Ghana Football Association President Kwesi Nyantakyi to improve the state of the local top flight.Nyantakyi, after his re-election, revealed that he plans to improve crowd attendances at local Premier League matches. He advanced his determination to get the fans back to the stadia before his tenure comes to an end in 2019.But Opoku Nti wants more specifics, especially for clubs and other stakeholders. “He should outline his vision, what he wants to do and also consult us on how best we can help him,” he told Joy Sports.“He carries the vision so he must make the move to ask for our help so we can also be at his service.“I believe Nyantakyi has something good for Ghana football but in all these he must tell us what exactly he wants to do so we can help make that dream become a reality.”– Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports