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first_imgNBA commissioner Adam Silver conceded the league’s planned restart at the end of July could be scrapped if there is a large number of coronavirus cases.There are concerns after Nets players DeAndre Jordan and Spencer Dinwiddie tested positive for the coronavirus. Jordan will sit out the team’s campaign and Dinwniddie may do the same. MORE: Players who have opted out of NBA’s restart”Never ‘full steam ahead, no matter what,'” Silver told TIME 100 Talks when asked if the league would take the court regardless of events. “One thing we are learning about this virus is [that] much [is] unpredictable, and we and our players, together with their union, look at the data on a daily basis.”If there were something to change that was outside of the scope of what we are playing for, [then] certainly we would revisit our plans.”We are testing daily. We haven’t put a precise number on it, but if we were to see a large number of cases and see spread in our community, that would of course be a cause to stop as well.”22 TEAMS.8 SEEDING GAMES PER TEAM.A BATTLE FOR 16 PLAYOFF SPOTS.It’s a #WholeNewGame. How will it all go down? For more details, visit https://t.co/F5DGrhc4Nj pic.twitter.com/pVlryCXZcK— NBA (@NBA) June 29, 2020Zion Williamson and the Pelicans are scheduled to face the Jazz in the first game back on July 30, with LeBron James’ Lakers in action against the Clippers later that day. The season is set to resume with 22 teams playing at the Disney World complex outside Orlando, Fla. The campaign was halted March 11 because of COVID-19. “We are going to see as we go,” Silver added. “Certainly, if cases are isolated, that’s one thing. A lot of the determination will be our understanding of how our community became infected. That will be part of our judgment in terms of whether we should continue. But certainly if we had a lot of cases, we are going to stop. You cannot run from this virus.”I am absolutely convinced that it will be safer on this campus than off this campus because there aren’t many situations that I am aware of where there is mass testing of asymptomatic employees.”In some ways, this is maybe a model for how other industries can ultimately open. But I am only going to say we will be responsible and watch what is happening, but the biggest indicator will be if we begin to see a spread in our community.”last_img read more

first_imgThere were huge crowds at the Lyme Disease Awareness Rally outside the Dáil on Wednesday.A number of the Donegal Lyme Disease Support Group attended to show their support alongside Tick Talk Ireland. Donegal TDs Charlie McConalogue, Pat the Cope Gallagher, and Senator Padraig MacLochlainn also expressed their support for the cause, joining in on the rally.Donegal woman Roisin McGeever told Donegal Daily that the day was a huge success, and will hopefully raise awareness of the disease.Roisin McGeever and Pat The Cope Gallagher TD“There was a great turnout even though the weather wasn’t the best, and people attended even though they weren’t in the best of form.“A large crowd of TDs made their attendance and stayed until the end of the rally. I was personally speaking to the Gallagher TD, McConalogue TD, and Senator MacLochlainn, and they said they were fully behind the people of Donegal. They came outside to show their support and to talk to members of the Donegal group. They then attended the presentation made inside the Dáil. “All of their support is needed with this issue because there are high numbers affected with Lyme Disease in Donegal.“Small steps – but making progress in the right direction.“The main thing now is to keep the awareness going.”They would also like to thank George Hook too, for backing Tick Talk Ireland and raising awareness around the affects the disease has on thousands of people’s lives. This has been Hook’s first appearance since losing his talkshow on Newstalk.Representatives of Lyme Disease support groups met with Health Minister Simon Harris to discuss increasing awareness amongst GPs and the general public of the debilitating disease.Donegal Daily have contacted the Department of Health for a statement regarding future plans of raising awareness, and are awaiting a response. Lyme DiseaseLyme Disease is a bacterial infection contracted through bites from infected ticks. Although more commonly contracted during the warmer months, ticks can be found at all times of the year.The most common symptom of Lyme disease is a red skin rash that looks similar to a bull’s eye on a dartboard, but if left untreated the patient may develop a high temperature, muscle pain, joint pain, and neurological symptoms such as the temporary paralysis of the facial muscles.According to the HSE, if diagnosed in the early stages between 4-6 weeks after contraction it can be treated with a short course of antibiotics, with most people recovering in a matter of days. Even if more serious symptoms develop, antibiotics can still help, although it may take slightly longer.For GPs, a Lyme Disease Expert Day will take place on Saturday the 28th of October between 9am and 12:30pm at the Catherine McAuley Education Centre, Nelson Street, Dublin 7. To find out more about the affects of the disease, you can read Roisin’s story by following this link:http://www.donegalwoman.ie/2017/09/26/lyme-disease-told-psychological-know-body/Huge turnout for Lyme Disease Rally at Dáil was last modified: October 1st, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:daildonegalLyme Diseasetick talk irelandlast_img read more