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Westmeath2119236.6210 Kerry<5324.436 Cork432248.4263 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR **County data should be considered provisional as the national Computerised Infectious Disease Reporting System (CIDR) is a dynamic system and case details are continually being validated and updated.Today’s cases, 5-day moving average of new cases, 14-day incidence rate per 100,000 population and new cases in last 14 days (as of midnight 31 March 2021) (incidence rate based on Census 2016 county population) Google+ Twitter Facebook Mayo151085.8112 761 new cases of Covid 19 have been confirmed in the Republic today, with 18 additional Covid related deaths reported.There were 14 new cases in Donegal, which now has a 14 day incidence rate of 281.4 cases per 100,000 people, substantially higher than the national figure of 164.9.No new Covid related deaths have been reported in Northern Ireland today, with 107 new cases confirmed this afternoon.Statement from the National Public Health Emergency TeamThe Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been notified of 18 additional deaths related to COVID-19.Of the deaths reported today 11 occurred in March and 7 occurred in February. The median age of those who died was 81 years and the age range was 59 - 95 years.There has been a total of 4,705 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland.As of midnight, Wednesday 31st March, the HPSC has been notified of 761 confirmed cases of COVID-19. There is now a total of 236,600* confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland.Of the cases notified today:383 are men / 373 are women72% are under 45 years of ageThe median age is 33 years old372 in Dublin, 55 in Meath, 43 in Cork, 40 in Kildare, 38 in Offaly and the remaining 213 cases are spread across 19 other counties**. 590,688 people have received their first dose228,988 people have received their second dose Kilkenny0138.338 Monaghan6560.337 WhatsApp Longford54203.183 Roscommon<53113.173 ~The 5-day moving average of the number of new cases provides an appropriate indicator of current daily case numbers within a county. It takes account of any validation of cases for previous days and smooths out daily/weekend fluctuations in case numbers. Dublin372223247.63,336 Donegal1424281.4448 the 7-day incidence rate is 81.6the 5-day moving average is 536 Google+ Tipperary1616163.6261 * Validation of data at the HPSC has resulted in the denotification of 15 confirmed case. The figure of 236,000 confirmed cases reflects this. WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Cavan1112160.2122 DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Galway2016104.6270 761 new cases of Covid 19, 14 in Donegal Carlow<5377.344 As of 8am today, 274 COVID-19 patients are hospitalised, of which 63 are in ICU. 18 additional hospitalisations in the past 24 hours.As of March 29th 2021, 819,676 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Ireland: The COVID-19 Dashboard provides up-to-date information on the key indicators of COVID-19 in the community including daily data on Ireland’s COVID-19 Vaccination Programme. Meath5530222433 Laois1615210.2178 Clare<5655.566 Louth2716162.2209 Sligo<5042.728 Homepage BannerNews Ireland761536164.97,851 Limerick2818105.7206 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic CountyToday's cases (to midnight 31Mar2021)5 day moving average (to midnight 31Mar2021)14-day incidence rate per 100,000 population (18Mar2021 to 31Mar2021)New Cases during last 14 days (18Mar2021 to 31Mar2021) Offaly3824509.2397 Previous articleNews, Sport, Farm News and Obituaries on Thursday April 1stNext articleOllie Horgan hoping reality doesn’t hit at Drogheda News Highland Pinterest Wicklow09101.8145 By News Highland - April 1, 2021 Leitrim<5268.722 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Kildare4034220.2490 Waterford74103.3120 Wexford1114149.6224 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
Facebook Google+ Facebook CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Pinterest Twitter Google+ Twitter (“Notre Dame – 28” by Garden State Hiker, CC BY 2.0) The University of Notre Dame has suspended all of the 2020 summer study abroad programs.This includes all 20 of the Notre Dame International programs. No decision has been made yet about the NDI on-capmus programs.Last week, the University suspended all spring study abroad programs, and students have since returned to the United States or their home countries. All University-sponsored international travel is prohibited through April 13.Read the official statement from Notre Dame International by clicking here. WhatsApp Pinterest By Tommie Lee – March 18, 2020 0 275 Notre Dame suspends 2020 summer study abroad programs WhatsApp Previous articleOrange Cone Season arrives in Berrien County with a $10 million project on I-94Next articleSt. Joseph County Health officials report additional positive coronavirus tests Tommie Lee
Gov’t Mule just won’t rest! A few days after paying tribute to all of the musicians who passed on in 2016, the band is looking forward to 2017 by getting to work on new music. The latest update comes from keyboardist Danny Louis, who confirmed that the band is currently in the studio hard at work on a new album.This falls in line with what Warren Haynes told us when we interviewed him back in August, saying “I’ve been doing a lot of writing, and Danny Louis and I will start doing some writing together here soon. Then the band as a whole will start writing together, and utilizing whatever happens on the road and rehearsal. I’m curious to see where it’s all going to go but I’m very psyched about it.” We’re psyched about it too!
Read Full Story Electronic images can be poor substitutes for images in print—one reason why art and architecture scholars continue to rely heavily on print publications despite a shift to digital.Vanessa Kam, acting head of music, art, and architecture at the University of British Columbia Library, joined a Harvard Library Strategic Conversation to share her findings from a study of the balance between print and digital in art and architecture collections.“Given the state of art and architecture collecting today,” Kam asked, with print retaining its importance and electronic collections growing, “how might we go about forming a vision that will serve us and our users well into the future?”Kam interviewed 14 librarians in the discipline at leading institutions, including Mary Clare Altenhofen, Amanda Bowen, and Ann Whiteside at Harvard, as well as five publishers. She identified five main challenges facing art and architecture librarians interested in championing print:Staffing as staff hours shift from the acquisition/processing of electronic collectionsShifts in budget priorities from print acquisitions to digitalPressure from administrators to focus on e-contentPolicies prohibiting collecting both print and digital copies of the same titlesSpace planning and real estate costs“The future of collections in our libraries is political for many of us,” Kam said. For example, the total cost of keeping a book on the shelf at a university in Vancouver is over $3 per year, per volume, which could decrease interest in keeping low-circulation volumes in prime library locations.
Research undertaken by ForwardKeys has illustrated a measure of pent-up demand for travel between Hong Kong and Singapore. The two cities outlined plans for a ‘travel bubble’ in the middle of last month, raising hopes for a limited reopening of borders. – Advertisement – When it comes to tickets, travel has been booked throughout December, with the 18th-25th being the peak travel dates. Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of people, over 80 per cent, will be travelling for leisure or to visit friends and relatives. Deeper analysis by ForwardKeys suggests that tourism-dependent retailers based in Hong Kong are likely to be significantly happier than their counterparts in Singapore, because the immediate uplift in flight bookings from Singapore to Hong Kong is more than three times higher than in the opposite direction.- Advertisement – The in-principle agreement to establish a bilateral air travel corridor this month caused an uptick in interest in the potential route.In the week that followed, flight searches for travel from Singapore to Hong Kong, which had been flat since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis, soared to 50 per cent of 2019 levels, while bookings jumped to 30 per cent.The main focus of travellers’ interest is the Christmas holiday period, with the peak dates for flight searches to Hong Kong covering the weeks of December 10th, 17th and 24th.- Advertisement – On March 23rd, Singapore and Hong Kong announced that their borders would be closed to all foreign travellers. Since then, it has been almost impossible to fly between the two places (or anywhere else) and hardly anybody has been searching or booking travel.Jameson Wong, APAC director, ForwardKeys commented: “This bilateral air travel bubble is a milestone arrangement as it will be the first moment international leisure travel is permitted again in our region. “The immediate rush of bookings is significant because it proves that people want to travel and they will travel, as soon as the right safety protocols are put in place and government-imposed travel restrictions are lifted. “Our findings will provide a much-needed breath of fresh air and hope to the multitude of businesses and individuals that rely on travellers for income. “We can expect material gains in travel demand, certainly more than what we are tracking right now, when the policy is implemented and when the precise details of the Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble are announced. “I am confident that other countries in the region will see this as a case study to guide their own travel facilitation initiatives in the near future.” OlderIATA data reveals slowdown in aviation recovery – Advertisement –
Kidney is facing calls to resign after Ireland’s defeat to Italy on the final weekend of the tournament condemned them to a fifth-place finish and their lowest ever world ranking of ninth. Ewen McKenzie is being linked with a move to Ireland after he announced he would be stepping down from his role as Queensland Reds head coach at the end of the Super Rugby season. Heaslip praised the Ireland management team and he believes there are positive elements to be taken from the Six Nations – but also some tough lessons. “Our experience with the coaching staff, the management staff, the strength and conditioning, the facilities we had was all amazing, everything else going forward is outside of our hands regarding whatever is going to happen,” Heaslip told Press Association Sport. “There is a sense of frustration from what happened. “There is a bit of optimism as well because we had such a young squad. In every game we created a lot of different opportunities but we have to learn how to be more clinical with the ball. “I think we have built a lot with this young team. A lot of experiences have been had. We want the squad to get stronger in the future.” Ireland captain Jamie Heaslip insisted Declan Kidney’s future as head coach is out of the players’ hands following a “frustrating” and disappointing RBS 6 Nations championship. Press Association
Image Courtesy: The Indian ExpressAdvertisement 4tss2NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs3ah5Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E1hs783( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ujdWould you ever consider trying this?😱8Can your students do this? 🌚kptRoller skating! Powered by Firework Former India batsman Rahul Dravid dropped by the Indian set-up before their clash against the Proteas in Bengaluru. The National Cricket Academy (NCA) head was in attendance during the optional training session at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.Advertisement Image Courtesy: The Indian ExpressHead coach Ravi Shastri oversaw the proceedings after the players made their way down south from Mohali. Dravid proceeded to meet Shastri as well which prompted the BCCI twitter handle to come up with a tweet. Check out the tweet below:Advertisement The Wall was relieved of his duties as India A and U-19 coach and was appointed as the head of the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru recently.Team India made easy work of the visitors in Mohali and are on the lookout to seal the series by winning the final clash. Virat Kohli is expected to be on the spotlight yet again with the match taking place at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, the home of the Royal Challengers Bangalore, a franchise that the skipper has played for throughout his IPL career.Meanwhile, the Proteas are struggling through their transition phase with experienced players such as Faf Du Plessis, AB de Villiers, and Dale Steyn being off the radar. Read Also:Watch: 43-year-old Darren Stevens defies age with a match winning performance for KentThen there were two: Sourav Ganguly narrows down India’s No.4 candidates to 2 prospects Advertisement
By The Nelson Daily SportsFor the second time in less than a month the Fernie Ghostriders have been denied a hockey title.Kyle Peterson scored twice to rally the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League champion Peninsula Panthers to a 5-3 victory over the host Ghostriders in the final of the 2011 Cyclone Taylor Cup Sunday at the Memorial Arena in the East Kootenay City.The Panthers now represent B.C. at the 2011 Keystone Cup, April 14-17 in Sherwood Park, Alta.Peterson’s two goals came in the second period, allowing the Panthers to erase a 3-2 deficit after Cale Wright scored for the Ghostriders seconds into the middle frame.Joe Densmore scored the only goal of the third period into an empty net to secure the win for Peninsula after Fernie staged a late-game rally, out shooting the Panthers 14-6. Fernie out shot the Panthers in the game 37-30.Scott Morrisseau and Connor McLaughlin scored first period goals for Fernie. Marshall Brome and Zach Mazo replied for Peninsula as the teams played to a 2-2 tie.Fernie, which lost in the semi final round of the KIJHL playoffs to the Castlegar Rebels, entered the final as the top seeded team following round robin play with a 2-0-1 record.Peninsula was second with a 1-0-2 mark.In the bronze medal contest, KIJHL champion Osoyoos Coyotes rode the 24-save performance of Kyle Laslo to shutout Pacific Junior Hockey League winner Richmond Sockeyes 3-0.Josh Gray scored twice for the Desert Dogs while team captain Thierry Martine added a single.After a scoreless first period Gray scored twice to give Osoyoos a 2-0 lead after 40 [email protected]
By Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsGeoff Kinrade and his Binghamton teammates have had a little more than a week to enjoy a sweep of the Charlotte Checkers and the Richard F. Canning Trophy as the Eastern Conference Champs.The team sitting at the opposing bench of the American Hockey League Championship series, Houston Aeros, have had only hours to savour their title after almost blowing a three-game lead before ousting the Hamilton Bulldogs in seven games.Which is always a concern heading into an important seven-game set.“I’m not sure how we will respond to this situation . . . there are pros and cons to (having all that time off),” the 6-foot, 207-pound Kinrade told The Nelson Daily on the eve of the Calder Cup Final, beginning tonight in Houston.“We’ve had more time to rest and repair, but also more time to lose focus. I think we’ve done a good job at keeping busy and we are all anxious to play. I now I feel we are ready.”Kinrade, 25, is in his second season with the Ottawa Senators AHL affiliate. The first season didn’t go so well as the B-Sens failed to make the post season.This year, everything has come up roses for Kinrade & Company. Binghamton fought and kicked its way through the first three rounds of the playoffs to get to the American Hockey League showdown.After surviving a seven-game thriller against Manchester Monarchs — which the B-Sens won all four games in overtime, only the second team in AHL history to achieve this mark — Binghamton won eight of the next ten games to reach the final.“We are a very strong team,” said Kinrade, who told The Nelson Daily before the playoffs started this B-Sens team has the players to go all the way.“If we keep playing like we have been, we’ll have a very good chance at winning.”While Binghamton, 42-30-3-5, needed a late-season run to nail down sixth spot in the Eastern Conference while Houston, 46-28-1-5 was cruising along to finish second in the Western Conference.The Aeros continued its strong play in the playoffs, sweeping past Peoria Rivermen 4-0 before getting a pair of fights against Milwaukee Admirals and Hamilton — winning both series in seven games.“We don’t know much about Houston as (due to a quirk in the schedule) Binghamton hasn’t played them in the two years I’ve been here,” Kinrade explained. “All we know is that we should expect our toughest challenge yet.”“We have been anxious all week to start the series . . . no one on the team cared who we would be playing,” Kinrade adds. “We knew both (Hamilton and Houston) are good. We are just happy to be playing finally.”Once again, Binghamton starts a series on the road, with game one Friday in Houston.Game two goes Saturday, also in the Lone Star State before the AHL Final shifts back to Binghamton for games three and four Wednesday and Friday, June 3.“(Starting on the road) hasn’t been a problem for us yet, so it’s definitely not a bad thing,” Kinrade confessed.If necessary, game five is played in Binghamton Saturday, June 4. The series closes out Tuesday, June 7 and Thursday, June 9 in Houston.While Kinrade’s main focus is the AHL Championship, he’s also keeping a close eye on the happening on the west coast and the Vancouver Canucks.Growing up a fan of Kirk McLean, Greg Adams and Trevor Linden, Kinrade hopes this is the year the Canucks can finally raise Lord Stanley’s Mug above their shoulders.However, even winning the Cup may not erase the disappointment experienced 17 years ago.“I know there are a lot of happy people back home, but I know win or lose this year, it won’t come close to the ’94 playoff run,” Kinrade explained. “That still goes down, in my books, as the most exciting playoffs I have ever seen. I don’t think I ever recovered from that playoff.“(Fact is) I’ve found it hard to enjoy watching hockey since then.”Maybe creating a little playoff magic by Kinrade will erase those Canuck nightmares of 1994.It all starts Friday in Houston for the well-rested B-Sens. Geoff Kinrade Pro Career Notes:Kinrade was signed to new AHL ATO by Norfolk on 04/10/09. He made his NHL debut on 04/09/09 vs. Washington.Kinrade signed by Tampa Bay (NHL) to an Amateur Tryout Contract on 04/09/09 and released the same day. He was released from AHL ATO by Norfolk on 04/09/09.Kinrade recorded his first pro/AHL/Admirals multiple point game with two assists on 04/03/09 vs. Philadelphia and scored his first pro goal – the game-winner – on his first pro shot in his first pro game for #2 star on 03/20/09 vs. Binghamton (Jeff Glass).He signed to an Amateur Tryout Contract with Norfolk (AHL) on 03/20/[email protected]