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Month: November 2020
Surprise! Pregnant Sadie Robertson revealed the sex of her and husband Christian Huff’s first child on Saturday, November 7.“It’s a girl!” the mom-to-be’s sister Rebecca Robertson Loflin revealed on Instagram as she shared a pic of the couple covered in rose-colored paint at their gender reveal celebration. “Congrats @legitsadierob & @christian_huff we are so excited to be adding some pink to our fam!!”Christian Huff and Sadie Robertson Courtesy of Sadie Robertson/Instagram- Advertisement – The Duck Dynasty alum, 23, announced earlier this month that she and the Florida native, 22, have a little one on the way. “SCREAMING WITH EXCITEMENT TO SHARE THIS NEWS!” the former reality star captioned an October 4 Instagram slideshow. “Baby we already adore you. What I’ve learned from you already — God has still been creating. God is still believing in us. God is still bringing forth LIFE. Hope is still to come. How we choose to live will affect your generation to come, so I want to live my life to the fullest and be loud for you.”Huff shared the news with a post of his own, writing, “Mom & Dad.”Bindi Irwin commented, “Congratulations!” on the social media upload, while Bachelor Nation’s Catherine Giudici wrote, “Aaaaahhhh! This is amazing! So so excited for you.”- Advertisement – Later that same week, the Louisiana native debuted her baby bump in a mirror selfie. “Can’t wait to watch my baby/belly grow,” Robertson wrote.She and Huff were “not not trying” to get pregnant when they conceived, the Dancing With the Stars alum said on the Wednesday, October 21, episode of her “WHOA That’s Good Podcast.” She explained, “I guess we shouldn’t have been that surprised, but we were super surprised. I didn’t think I was pregnant at all.”- Advertisement – After finding herself “so hungry” and having a pregnancy dream, the actress took a test. “I was freaking out, literally laughing with tears running down my face,” she recalled. “It was just such a miraculous feeling to know that I had a child inside of me. I dropped to my knees I was just so thankful.”She and the Auburn University grad tied the knot in November 2019 in Louisiana and are getting their “relationship in shape” before becoming parents.“Anything [that comes up], we’re like, ‘Man. We want to get that figured out before we have a baby,’” Robertson explained on an October 7 podcast episode. “We are paving the way for the next generation, and it’s a really cool thing.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement –
Flipkart lists several offers for customers, including a five percent cashback on Flipkart Axis Bank credit cards, 10 percent off on Federal Bank debit cards, five percent off with Axis Bank Buzz credit cards, and no-cost EMI options starting from Rs. 584 per month.Infinix Smart 4 specificationsInfinix Smart 4 runs on Android 10 (Go edition) with XOS 6.2 Dolphin interface on top. It features a 6.82-inch HD+ (720×1,640 pixels) Incell IPS display. The phone is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio A22 SoC, coupled with 2GB of RAM. Infinix Smart 4 comes with 32GB of onboard storage that is expandable through a dedicated microSD card slot.For photography, Infinix Smart 4 comes with a dual rear camera setup that houses a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a depth sensor. For selfies and video chats, there is an 8-megapixel camera sensor at the front.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Infinix Smart 4 packs a 6,000mAh battery that supports 10W fast charging. Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS/ A-GPS, a Micro-USB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.Is OnePlus 8T the best ‘value flagship’ of 2020? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.Affiliate links may be automatically generated – see our ethics statement for details. Infinix Smart 4 is set to go on sale in India for the first time today. The phone will be available for purchase starting 12pm (noon) via Flipkart. Infinix Smart 4 comes with a dual camera setup on the back, highlighted by a 13-megapixel primary sensor. It packs a large 6,000mAh battery. Infinix Smart 4 is powered by the MediaTek Helio A22 SoC and is equipped with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. The phone has a waterdrop-style notch at the front to house the selfie camera.Infinix Smart 4 price in India, availabilityThe newly launched Infinix Smart 4 will go on sale in India for the first time at 12pm (noon) via Flipkart. The phone is priced at Rs. 6,999 in India for the lone 2GB + 32GB storage configuration. It will be available in Midnight Black, Ocean Wave, Quetzal Cyan, and Violet colour options.- Advertisement –
“Obviously when you compare every position it’s different. You can’t compare the work that Kyle does to, for instance, Trent (Alexander-Arnold) at Liverpool.“Trent is the more offensive player and Kyle has to play a different role for us, but he does it really well and there’s a reason why he’s playing all these years at this level for all these teams. It means he’s been really good. “Okay, what Roy Keane says… he’s a different man and everybody knows that. But, okay, it’s his opinion and he’ll take it on the chin. He’s going to be fine with it.”De Bruyne is looking to get the better of Walker on Sunday, when Belgium will attempt to avenge October’s 2-1 loss to England at Wembley. Sunday 15th November 7:00pm – Advertisement – An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at our Super Sunday coverage of Manchester City v Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium Kick off 7:45pm 5:02 “I had a scan two days before but it was not a lot of info that we could see because it was too close after the training,” De Bruyne said.“That scan said that it could be ok, but then the scan I took two days after England showed that I had multiple minor injuries.“You know, that’s the decision we took here with Belgium and it was my decision. It didn’t make it any worse but I don’t think the picture that we could see at that moment was clear enough to know exactly what the injury was at the time.” 0:52 “He’s never injured, he plays all the time. He’s reliable and he’s a really good defender. I think the job that he does is a really good job. Saturday 21st November 5:00pm Roy Keane criticised Kyle Walker’s defending after he gave away a penalty in Man City’s match against Liverpool England need to win to keep their hopes of topping Group A2 alive, with their absentee-hit defence facing a star-studded Belgian side boasting a fully-fit De Bruyne.The 29-year-old admits he played through pain in that Wembley defeat, before going on to miss City’s matches against Arsenal and Porto through injury. – Advertisement – Kick off 5:30pm Walker gave away a costly penalty for a foul on Sadio Mane, which led the former Manchester United captain Keane to criticise the player.England boss Gareth Southgate hit out at that “personal criticism” and City team-mate De Bruyne stuck up for Walker ahead of facing him with Belgium in the Nations League on Sunday.“I think from the moment that Kyle came to the team, he’s been one of the most consistent performers with us,” De Bruyne said.- Advertisement – Kevin De Bruyne has defended Kyle Walker after his Manchester City team-mate was labelled an “idiot” by Roy Keane after conceding a penalty against Liverpool.The 30-year-old has been in fine form for Pep Guardiola’s side this season, but the full-back was criticised by Keane for his performance in last weekend’s 1-1 draw with Liverpool.- Advertisement –
– Advertisement – “This is the main finding: people with no symptoms not only were positive after the serological tests but had also antibodies able to kill the virus,” Apolone said.“It means that the new coronavirus can circulate among the population for long and with a low rate of lethality not because it is disappearing but only to surge again,” he added.Italian researchers told Reuters in March that they reported a higher than usual number of cases of severe pneumonia and flu in Lombardy in the last quarter of 2019 in a sign that the new coronavirus might have circulated earlier than previously thought. The new coronavirus was circulating in Italy since September 2019, a study by the National Cancer Institute (INT) of the Italian city of Milan shows, signaling that Covid-19 might have spread beyond China earlier than previously thought.The World Health Organization has said the new coronavirus and Covid-19, the respiratory disease it causes, were unknown before the outbreak was first reported in Wuhan, in central China, in December.Italy’s first Covid-19 patient was detected on Feb. 21 in a little town near Milan, in the northern region of Lombardy.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – A man wears a protective mask as he sits near the Colosseum, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Rome, Italy November 12, 2020.Guglielmo Mangiapane | Reuters But the Italian researchers’ findings, published by the INT’s scientific magazine Tumori Journal, show that 11.6% of 959 healthy volunteers enrolled in a lung cancer screening trial between September 2019 and March 2020, had developed coronavirus antibodies well before February.A further specific SARS-CoV-2 antibodies test was carried out by the University of Siena for the same research titled “Unexpected detection of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in the pre-pandemic period in Italy”.It showed that four cases dated back to the first week of October were also positive for antibodies neutralizing the virus, meaning they had got infected in September, Giovanni Apolone, a co-author of the study, told Reuters.- Advertisement –
The article states, “We believe that NVT is a plausible component of the WNV transmission cycle that may have contributed to its rapid spread in North America.” In particular, the results suggest that horses that are immune to WNV because of vaccination may be playing a role in transmission. In all five trials, some initially uninfected mosquitoes became infected, even though the 1-hour feeding time was too short for the mouse to become viremic, the authors report. Of 470 “recipient” mosquitoes that were tested for WNV, 18 became infected, for an average infection rate of 3.8%. In one trial, a 2.3% infection rate was found among 87 previously uninfected mosquitoes that had fed next to one infected mosquito. The current understanding is that mosquitoes contract WNV when they bite infected birds, which carry the virus in their blood. Infected mosquitoes then pass the virus to humans by biting them. Animals that are not susceptible to WNV are believed to be “dead-end hosts” that cannot pass the virus to uninfected mosquitoes. However, at this point the findings don’t necessarily imply a need for changes in WNV control measures, nor do they suggest an increased risk of human cases, Higgs said. Higgs S, Schneider BS, Vanlandingham Dana L, et al. Nonviremic transmission of west Nile virus. Proc Natl Acad Sci 2005 Jun 21;102(25):8871-4 [Full text] The report says most mammals are regarded as dead-end hosts for WNV because they either are not susceptible or because they become infected at too low a level to pass the virus on to biting insects. But the new findings suggests that mammals can play a role in transmission even if they aren’t susceptible to the virus or have immunity through vaccination. “If this is happening in the field, it has two consequences,” Higgs told CIDRAP News. “Transmission time is accelerated because you don’t depend on animals becoming viremic. And if you don’t need viremic animals to be involved, it means that any animal could transmit the virus.” But the new study indicates that mosquitoes can pick up the virus from carrier mosquitoes by feeding on the same host animal at the same time, even if the animal doesn’t have the virus in its bloodstream. The researchers call this “nonviremic transmission” (NVT). Jun 24, 2005 (CIDRAP News) The range of animal species that can contribute to the spread of West Nile virus (WNV) may be much broader than experts have believed, according to a study published recently in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Higgs said he doesn’t yet understand how nonviremic transmission occurs. “That’s a darn good question,” he said, adding that he plans several more experiments to try to find the answer. “In terms of control measures and things, we can’t say that anything needs to be different. People are still going to have to do the same things,” he said. Also, “Just because we’ve seen this, it doesn’t influence transmission in terms of numbersit’s not going to have an effect on the number of West Nile cases.” The investigators allowed infected mosquitoes in a container sealed with nylon mesh to feed on an anesthetized, uninfected mouse by placing the mouse over the container. After the uninfected mosquitoes had fed for 5 minutes, a sealed carton containing uninfected mosquitoes was placed next to the first carton, and the mouse was positioned to lie over both cartons. Both infected and uninfected mosquitoes were then allowed to feed on the mouse for an hour, after which the mouse was euthanized and its blood serum was analyzed. The experiment was done five times. An experiment showed that mosquitoes can pick up WNV just by feeding on an uninfected mouse at the same time infected mosquitoes feed on it, according to the report by Stephen T. Higgs, an associate professor in the pathology department at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, and colleagues. “The population of vertebrates that may contribute to the WNV transmission cycle is probably much greater than was previously believed,” the article says. The authors say this may help explain why the virus spread across North America so quickly. The virus first emerged in New York City in 1999 and has spread to most US states and Canada since then.
“Certainly at higher levels in many governments there is no longer the concern there was five years ago,” Heymann said. She warned against complacency stemming from either misplaced confidence that a solution is at hand or a belief that nothing can be done to stop a pandemic, according to the story. As the H5N1 avian influenza virus continues to thrive in birds, there is no vaccine that can provide sure protection if it evolves into a pandemic strain, and governments are paying less attention to the threat, officials said. Juan Lubroth, senior officer in the infectious diseases group at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), said a stronger response to the H5N1 outbreaks in poultry 5 years ago might have prevented it from spreading from East Asia to the Middle East, Europe, and Africa, the Bloomberg report said. “We are a long way from being fully prepared, said Dr. Julie Gerberding, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), according to a Bloomberg News report published today. She spoke at the International Congress on Infectious Diseases in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Larger vaccine stockpile?In other news from the Malaysia conference, Heymann said a committee of experts would meet in November to discuss whether the WHO should plan to build a larger stockpile of prepandemic H5N1 vaccines, according to a Reuters report published yesterday. Jun 23, 2008 (CIDRAP News) The world is far from being well prepared for an influenza pandemic, leading national and international health officials warned at a meeting in Malaysia last week. Heymann said a WHO advisory committee “will determine whether or not there should be a greater stockpile or even consider vaccinating populations against H5N1 as an insurance policy,” Reuters reported. He made the comments in a news conference at the Kuala Lumpur meeting. So far, two drug companies, GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi Pasteur, have pledged to provide a total of 110 million doses of H5N1 vaccines for the WHO stockpile. The WHO has said the stockpile would be used to help battle the initial emergence of a potential H5N1 pandemic and to provide vaccine to countries that would have little access to it. Lubroth said the FAO’s efforts to drive H5N1 out of poultry are being hindered by poor surveillance systems in some countries and “donor fatigue.” Jun 16 CIDRAP News story “Sanofi to give WHO 60 million doses of H5N1 vaccine” He warned that widespread use of the vaccines could backfire if they cause serious side effects. “If they are severe, it may cause concern and might even derail activities to vaccinate in the future,” he said. See also: “We do not have a vaccine that will provide universal protection, we do not have surveillance in every country, we do not have control of the virus in animal reservoirs, and we have huge gaps in our basic understanding of influenza,” Gerberding said. David Heymann, the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) assistant director-general for health security and environment, said governmental attention to the pandemic threat has waned, according to the Bloomberg report. An Associated Press (AP) report quoted Gerberding as saying, “Public health enemy No. 1 is the challenge of complacency and our inability to maintain a focus on threats when they are around the corner or potentially in our backyard.” However, she also said much progress has been made in pandemic preparations, the AP reported. Heymann said the committee would also discuss whether the prepandemic vaccines are safe and whether they provide protection against different H5N1 strains, Bloomberg reported. He noted that many countries have written pandemic plans and are stockpiling antiviral drugs, but he agreed with Gerberding that the world “is not prepared as far as vaccines go,” Bloomberg reported. The assessments from Gerberding, Heymann, and Lubroth contrast to a degree with recent comments from David Nabarro, the UN’s influenza coordinator. At a Jun 17 news conference, he said pandemic preparedness was “really improving,” though he expressed concern that the virus is still entrenched in Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Egypt, and Indonesia.
Croatia Airlines, the Croatian national airline, recorded its two millionth passenger this year.The jubilee passenger is Nancy Kranjčević from Pula, and he was recorded on the regular international flight OU481 Copenhagen – Zagreb. The two millionth passenger in one year was recorded for the first time in the history of Croatia Airlines, ie since the beginning of passenger transport in May 1991, and by the end of 2017 a total of more than 2,100.000 passengers are expected on the Croatian national carrier’s aircraft. during one year in the history of the company.So far this year, Croatia Airlines has recorded a total increase in passenger traffic of 10 percent, with 11 percent more passengers in international traffic and 7 percent more passengers in domestic scheduled traffic than in 2016. The growth of passenger traffic is, among other things, the result of the introduction of four new seasonal lines in May this year – from Zagreb to Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki and Bucharest, and during this year’s tourist season seasonal flights to Lisbon, Milan, Prague and St. Petersburg continued. Petersburg, which were introduced in 2016. In addition, due to the great interest of passengers, this year’s seasonal flights to Barcelona and Lisbon have been extended to the winter flight schedule 2017/2018, ie they are performed for the first time after the tourist season.Croatia Airlines’ fleet consists of twelve aircraft: four Airbuses 319 (capacity 144 seats), two Airbuses 320 (capacity 174 seats) and six turboprop aircraft Dash 8-Q400 (capacity 76 seats). During this year’s tourist season, two 1000-seat CRJ 100 aircraft were leased.<br />
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The Tourist Board of the City of Nin has implemented two new projects through investments in tourist infrastructure.It is about educational bus waiting rooms in the area of Nin Apartments, Grba and Poljica Briga (undeveloped areas that are an integral part of the Tourist Board of the City of Nin) and Welcome table destinations in the Tourist Board of an underdeveloped area (tourist places of an underdeveloped area that do not have access to the sea, and are an integral part of the Tourist Board of the City of Nin), for which funds were received from the Croatian Tourist Board in the amount of HRK 39.000,00.As pointed out by TZG Nin, after a series of positive emotions by tourists and locals related to the six arranged bus waiting rooms in Nin and rural areas, it was decided to continue this project due to educational processes aimed at informing the population, tourists and visitors. rural area of Nin.Thus, through this new project, 3 bus waiting rooms have been arranged in Ninski Stanovi, Grbe and Poljica Brig, and the waiting rooms, in addition to their informative and educational role, also have an aesthetic experience. As part of this project, the waiting rooms in Ninski Stanovi and Poljica Briga, in addition to the motifs of these rural places, have additional attractive images of rare birds that live in the wider area of Nin. The waiting room in Grbe, in addition to the motifs of that rural place and the picture, brings a story with information about the so-called triumphal arch, as tourists call the entrance door in the center of the coat of arms due to ignorance. Along with a picture of the rest of the doors of the oldest tobacco factory on the Adriatic, a floor plan and 3D view of the former factory was set up. There is also a text in Croatian and English that additionally informs about this cultural monument from the 18th century.Photo: TZG NinThe installation of tourist signs was carried out in the rural area of the destination Nin, in order to better improve the living conditions of tourists in underdeveloped places. Three brown signposts have been set up for the Don Mar Donkey Farm in Žerava and one Welcome sign at the entrance to the City of Nin in Poljica Brig from the direction of the Municipality of Poličnik. Improving the living conditions of tourists is important because in rural areas, residents are increasingly turning to tourism.In 2017, there were 12 registered renters, apartments, camps and holiday homes with swimming pools in Grbe, 10 in Ninski Stanovi, 4 in Poljica Brig and 1 in Žerava, which is a total of 27 registered renters in the rural area of the City of Nin, conclude the Tourist Board Nina.Arrangement of the promenade along the ramparts in the historic center of Nin – Coast of Petar Krešimir IV.Thanks to a donation from the Adris Foundation, promenades along the ramparts in the historic center of Nin are being arranged. The mentioned project of arranging the promenade would include the area along the mantle of the city walls, from the upper stone bridge and the upper city gate to the lower Nin bridge and Bardeline, and thus connect the two entrances to the historic center of Nin. In accordance with the special conditions of the Ministry of Culture, Conservation Department in Zadar, the promenade should be defined with minimal interventions, with decently designed urban equipment so that the emphasis is still on the city walls. “The implementation of this project, in addition to the arrangement of the protected historic core, would greatly contribute to the promotion of knowledge and information related to the culture and heritage of the City of Nin”Point out from the Adris Foundation and add that the donation of the Adris Foundation from 2014 arranged the approach to the church of St. Nicholas.
The cruise company AIDA, part of the Costa Group, which employs over 9500 people and has 13 ships in the fleet, gave an award and recognition to the Atlas travel agency for the best tour operator service in the 2018 tourist season.The award for the best service among tour operators is given for the period from April to October 2018 in competition with all tour operators who made trips and transfers for AIDA guests on cruises to Canada, North Sea, Baltic, Mediterranean, USA, Japan… Criterion to select the winners were the ratings of guests who used Atlas’ services, as well as the ratings of AIDA’s teams for this business segment from all cruisers, which makes the value of this award higher.Tomislav Varga, President of the Management Board of Atlas and adriatica.net Group, added that this award is the best indicator of Atlas’ strength in the segment of operations and DMK services, which this largest travel agency has been providing to partners and end clients for 95 years. experienced and motivated employees.This season, the Atlas travel agency recorded a total of 63 AIDA arrivals in the ports of Dubrovnik and Zadar (33 in Dubrovnik and 30 in Zadar) and provided services to more than 40.000 guests of this cruiser, so every week for these services, for example, 60 buses.