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first_imgAccording to her doctor, she was asymptomatic, she said in the video.“All of my vitals, including blood sugar and blood pressure are normal. My lungs and blood oxygen level are also fine,” Putri said.She added that she and her children had been placed under quarantine at a provincial administration dormitory to prevent her from transmitting the disease to other people.Read also: Tourism faces catch-22 as slow COVID-19 mitigation efforts persist: Experts More than 20 people living and working in the Bali governor’s official residence, Jaya Sabha, have tested positive for COVID-19.Bali Governor I Wayan Koster confirmed the news on Thursday, kompas.com reported. He revealed that his four adjutants and one gardener were among those who had been infected.Koster’s wife, Ni Putu Putri Suastini Koster, recently posted a video on her Instagram account @niputuputrisuastini, announcing that she, too, had found out she had COVID-19 after taking a swab test. Koster urged the public to take COVID-19 seriously and to ignore conspiracy theories and pandemic deniers.“The conspiracy theories are untrue. Many people have died.”He also urged residents to follow the strict health protocols of wearing masks, maintaining a physical distance and washing their hands regularly.As of Saturday, Bali has recorded 8,452 COVID-19 cases, with 247 deaths and 6,915 recoveries. (dpk)Topics :last_img read more

first_imgBlack Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has admitted that he could barely close his eyes and sleep on the night before leading the Black Stars to a 2-0 win against Malawi. ”It was not fear or worry or anything bad but I was just anxious and a little nervous that’s all”.In a revealing interview for the upcoming Sports Journal series on TV3, the former Udinese and Sunderland striker confessed that he has accepted his fate as an ”unpredictable” player. ”I give everything to God and whatever happens I have come to accept it”From villain to hero, Gyan is rarely far away from incident and arresting headlines but he has no regrets – only useful lessons. ‘’I almost quit the national team in 2008 because of a few fans but you saw how the fans clapped and supported us today”Gyan’s management team led by ”King Sammy” also seem to have cracked the secret code for branding their prize asset with recent media and branding deals. But perhaps what will be the sweetest music to Ghanaians is the player’s firm belief that his finest moments in the game are ahead of him. With his trademark grin and wide eyed expression, Gyan has declared that his best form for the national team is yet to come.And who are we to doubt him? In 2003 the Al Ain forward was still in his teens when he was given his international debut by then Black Stars coach Ralf Zumdick. The player did not fluff his lines as he scored in the 90th minute of that game against Somalia.It could be that football fans did not see it coming; his colorful and sometimes chequered career so far, would make an interesting script for movie directors. After all, he was the youngest ever player to score for the Black Stars and followed with a string of match winning performances. ” That is me, I do not plan to go out there and score spectacular goals or miss chances or penalties. I want to be the best and just do what I have to do”. That statement may sound cliché but it is true that he scored four times in seven matches during the Black Stars maiden successful World Cup qualifying campaign in 2005/06.If you want controversy call Asamoah Gyan; Scoring from the penalty spot, having the goal disallowed, getting a yellow card and then missing the subsequent re-take? That was at Germany 2006 against the Czech Republic.If you want spine tingling magic, call Asamoah Gyan; The same player scored the fastest goal in that crazy World Cup in Germany against the unbeaten Europeans at the time.And talk of despair and you would not need to go far; just call Gyan as he hit the crossbar at South Africa 2010.With Gyan, having his cake and eating it is not impossible. Whether it is scoring on his debut as he did for Sunderland with a volley and a jig or smashing an extra time winner against USA, the player has pleaded with fans to take him as he is.That may not be asking too much because the check-list of good is far lengthier than bad and he smiles more than he broods. As captain of the Black Stars, the player insists he is only a caretaker of the heavy arm band that has been worn by other great ”A”s before him; his coach Akwasi Appiah, Abedi Pele, CK Akunnor, and Stephen Appiah to reference but a few.”I love life, people and I promise to do my best for the team and my country but it will not be easy that is why I always ask for support and prayers”In his first press conference as captain, we saw the other side of Gyan when he cleared his throat before asking Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi to jokingly give him a glass of water. Nyantakyi was quick to play his role saying ”…quick, give him water to drink, he will need it”For now, his music and dancing career has been put on hold as he also says the Boxing promotion syndicate he runs is also in transit.Like I said, it is only one match but better a good, cautious start than nothing at all. Who knows, after all that Gyan claims he has been through in his career and in his private life, he could be the man to lead the new look Black Stars to silverware and gold.last_img read more

first_img Outsider: Lodrick Stewart came to USC from Seattle thinking as Washington as his rival more than UCLA. However, after three years as a Trojan, he said he is getting into the crosstown rivalry. “It’s kind of growing on me now,” Stewart said. “It wasn’t that big of a deal to me when I first got here. But everyone makes it such a big deal that I have to take it seriously.” Stewart remains bothered by the ankle he sprained Jan. 5 against Arizona State. He said it was really sore after Thursday’s Washington game, and that he has trouble pushing off for his jump shot. Stewart, who averages 12.6 points per game, scored just four Saturday against Washington State. Bad memories: USC’s returning players are still haunted by the UCLA games from last year. The Trojans blew an 18-point halftime lead at the Sports Arena to lose 72-69, then were blown out 90-69 in Pauley Pavilion. “Any time UCLA comes up, I always think of what happened last year,” Pruitt said. “We had that game at home and gave it away. I try to watch tape and figure out what we did wrong so we don’t do it again.” Matthew Kredell, (818)713-3607 [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita “I think Ryan’s going to try to play,” Floyd said. “I wouldn’t be surprised if he doesn’t play, but I don’t want to tell you he’s not going to play. I think he will try to play, and how effective he can be I don’t know.” Francis, who made a key steal at the end of the game against Washington State on Saturday, already has made his place as one of the best defenders in the Pacific 10 Conference. He is fourth in the conference with 33 steals. The Trojans need Francis’ defensive energy to disrupt UCLA point guard Jordan Farmar, a Taft High of Woodland Hills product. If Francis cannot go, Floyd said senior Dwayne Shackleford would start at point guard and Gabe Pruitt would handle more of the ball-handling duties. Francis received treatment and worked out on a bike during practice Tuesday. He will get further treatment from trainer Mark Pocinich today before determining his availability for the game. “It’s a pain thing,” Pocinich said. “He can move well but it’s just sore, so that tends to limit the muscle a little bit. We’ll give him another day to heal, work him out before the game and see what happens.” Ryan Francis did not practice Tuesday and will be a game-time decision against UCLA today because of a bruised knee, though the USC coaching staff and trainer sounded optimistic that the point guard would be able to go. X-rays on the knee came back negative. center_img “It’s just still tender and I can’t really bend it, so that’s really bothering me,” Francis said. “I just hope that we can get it better by icing it up and getting a little heat on it.” Francis bruised the knee in practice Monday while trying to take a charge from fellow freshman guard Sead Odzic. last_img read more