Good weather lets schools maximise use of outdoor space The virus is thought less transmittable in sunlight and outdoors August schooling could give pupils more time in school before a potential second peak in autumn or winter. Plaid Cymru said the idea should be "explored further." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Wales’ early school summer holiday plan ‘non-starter’
“Will he be training with the [Arsenal] squad? I guess we’ll have to wait & see what happens in terms of his arrival, his fitness condition, whether Arsenal would want someone who hasn’t been with them until this point training with the main group.” … [Read more...] about William Saliba could start training with Arsenal next month but move to England delayed over family death back in France
But the realisation that asymptomatic people can spread an infection is not completely surprising. For starters, there is the famous early 20th century case of “Typhoid Mary”, a cook who infected 53 people in various households in the US with typhoid fever despite displaying no symptoms herself. In fact, all bacterial, viral and parasitic infections – ranging from malaria to HIV – have a certain proportion of asymptomatic carriers. Research has even shown that at any one time, all of us are infected with between eight and 12 viruses, without showing any symptoms. … [Read more...] about Could nearly half of those with Covid-19 have no idea they are infected?
'After discussing the latest developments with the rest of the players there's no need to engage with MLB in any further compensation reductions,' he said in a statement posted to Twitter. 'We have previously negotiated a pay cut in the version of prorated salaries, and there's no justification to accept a 2nd pay cut based upon the current information the union has received.' … [Read more...] about Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer says there is ‘no need’ for further talks with owners on pay cuts because the union already took a reduction and calls on MLB to release financial statements