New COVID-19 Case Reported Today, Additional Patient Recovers From Virus

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) JAMESTOWN – One new case of COVID-19 was reported in Chautauqua County today, with one more person recovering from the virus.Officials during their Wednesday update said the new case involves a woman in her 60s.Currently, there are 4 active cases with patients continuing to recover in quarantine, 33 total confirmed cases, 26 recovered cases and three deaths related to the outbreak.“Forty-eight cases under quarantine/isolation orders by the Public Health Director and being monitored,” said officials. “Not all of those being monitored are confirmed to have COVID-19 but have either shown symptoms, are awaiting results, or have risk factors.” Health officials say that common sense can go a long way in the effort to stop the outbreak.They say those with fever, respiratory or other flu-like symptoms – coughing, shortness of breath, body aches, diarrhea or other new symptoms of illness, especially if they have recently traveled, should let their primary care provider know because they need be tested for COVID-19.As of 4 p.m. Cattaraugus County has not yet provided their daily COVID-19 update. This report will be updated when they do.last_img read more

VPR’s Steve Zind to be embedded with Vermont National Guard in Afghanistan

first_imgFor three weeks this month, VPR reporter Steve Zind will report from Afghanistan, where he’ll be embedded with 1,500 members of the Vermont National Guard.Zind will be based at Bagram Airbase in Kabul, and will travel with the guard to rural outposts where Vermonters are stationed, providing a unique and local perspective on the war in Afghanistan. He’ll file stories and interviews from the field, capturing the sounds of the soldiers’ daily lives, and accompany them on patrols and training missions.He will also keep an online journal, where he’ll post photos and share thoughts and observations about his experience. He has also asked listeners to share the questions they would like answered about the mission, or suggestions for stories he should pursue.”VPR’s reports from Afghanistan will deepen our understanding of the role the Vermont National Guard is playing in this war,” said Vice President for News and Programming John Van Hoesen. “For the trusted information we all seek, there is no substitute for reporting from the ground.”Zind has covered the Vermont Guard for several years, including deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, returns to Vermont, as well as military funerals. In 2006, Zindtraveled to Camp Shelby, Mississippi, to talk with members of Task Force Saber as they returned from duty in Iraq. He has also been on several reporting trips to Iran,where he first visited in 2004 in search of family history. He returned to Iran as a reporter in 2005, 2006, and 2009.”Steve’s longtime reporting of the National Guard in Vermont and his experience in reporting from Iran over the last several years provide him with the background to provide VPR listeners with depth and perspective on the Vermont soldiers’ mission in Afghanistan,” Van Hoesen said.Source: VPR. 09.01.2010 – Colchester, Vt. –About Vermont Public RadioListener-supported Vermont Public Radio has been serving the people of Vermont and the surrounding region since 1977. As Vermont’s only statewide public radio network, VPR is a trusted and independent source for news, music, conversation and much more. For more information about VPR and VPR Classical, a list of frequencies and streaming audio from all of VPR’s services, visit www.vpr.net(link is external).last_img read more

Pellegrini impressed by City squad

first_img After weeks of speculation City made no attempt to deny, Pellegrini has finally been officially confirmed as the man to succeed the sacked Roberto Mancini. The 59-year-old Chilean has been tasked with bringing silverware to the Etihad Stadium and improving the team’s brand of football – and he is confident of achieving both. The former Real Madrid and Villarreal boss, who has left Malaga to take up his new post, told City TV: “I am sure we have the best squad in the Premier League. We have wonderful players and can win important titles in the next three or four seasons.” Pellegrini added: “Everyone knows if you arrive at a club like Manchester City you need to win titles. I am sure we are going to win – maybe the Premier League, the Champions League. We will try to win a lot. “I like attractive and attacking football, so all the people who go to the stadium can see a wonderful… show is not the word but I am sure they will enjoy the way we play. We are not going to be a team that scores a goal and goes back waiting for a counter-attack. We will always try to play in the opponents’ pitch and play attractive football.” Pellegrini’s appointment was expected early last week, following his final match in charge at Malaga. The delay in the announcement was reportedly due a hitch over the terms of his exit from Malaga, but their appointment of Bernd Schuster as his successor early on Friday suggested obstacles had been removed. Pellegrini has signed a three-year deal at Eastlands and will officially begin work on June 24, ahead of pre-season visits to Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Africa, Germany and Finland. Pellegrini also has a tough act to follow in Mancini, who despite failure to win silverware last season remained a fans’ favourite. The Italian ended a 35-year trophy drought by overseeing FA Cup success in 2011 and he topped that by following up with dramatic Premier League success last year. Pellegrini said: “I think Roberto did a great job here in Manchester. It is not easy to win the title after 44 years. But I think we start now a new cycle, a new style of club, adding to what Roberto has done over the years.” Press Associationcenter_img New Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has no doubt he is inheriting the best squad in England and is convinced he will soon win trophies.last_img read more

Tuchel, about Cavani: “I don’t want to lose any player …”

first_imgAsked at a press conference If he thinks about a replacement if the Uruguayan striker leaves the PSG, Tuchel said he likes the group he has. “We don’t want to lose any player, but it can happen, it’s the reality”, he said before adding that we have to wait and that “maybe nothing will happen”, but “if things change”, they should adapt.The coach confirmed that Cavani will not play this Wednesday in the league game against Reims, nor did he play the two games last week, officially because of pubic discomfort. “It is not an easy situation for him, I can understand him and I am glad that he remains positive, professional. If there is an injured person, we have an extraordinary substitute.”, he pointed. Tuchel acknowledged that the situation may affect each other’s confidence and He insisted that for this situation to be clarified we will have to wait a few days and that the Uruguayan must fight to recover his place and the rhythm after the injury.The club of the French capital rejected an offer of 10 million euros that Atlético de Madrid made for Cavani, which has a contract with the PSG until June. The top scorer in the history of the club has expressed his willingness to leave now, among other reasons because he believes that Tuchel does not consider him enough.center_img The coach of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), Thomas Tuchel, said Tuesday that he does not want Edinson Cavani to leave, but did not rule out his departure, aware of his will to leave and the offers made by him Atlético de Madrid.last_img read more