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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_imgThe leading goal scorers in the group phase take on Asia’s last remaining representatives as Belgium meet Japan in the final 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia match to be hosted at Rostov Arena today.The Red Devils are aiming to reach their third World Cup quarter-final (after Mexico 1986 and Brazil 2014) and equal their world finals record of four consecutive wins, set four years ago. Their unbeaten 22-match run – the longest in Belgium’s history – reflects the quality of a hugely talented side.Japan advanced from the group phase on fair play points and are intent on winning a last-16 tie for the first time ever. They have the experience to do just that: Eiji Kawashima, Makoto Hasebe, Yuto Nagatomo and Shinji Okazaki are each set to play their 11th world finals matches, a national record. Along with Keizuke Honda, they will be looking to make up for the defeat to Paraguay at South Africa 2010, the last time that the Japanese featured in the knockout rounds. Roberto Martinez left most of his first-choice players on the bench for the England match so they could rest and avoid suspensions. Even with a weakened side, the Belgians still recorded a fine win that buoyed morale even further and has put some pressure on the squad’s habitual starters. The Red Devils are expected to play a dynamic, offensive game against the Japanese. Should the Asians adopt the same mindset, it should make for an open, entertaining game.Japan used a 4-4-2 formation in their last group match against Poland and lost 1-0. Coach Akira Nishino is likely to revert to the 4-2-3-1 system he deployed in the win over Colombia and the draw with Senegal. Attacking midfielders Genki Haraguchi, Shinji Kagawa and Takashi Inui will have important roles to play. The Japanese will look to attack down the flanks and their chances of success will hinge on how well they can supply Gaku Shibasaki.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more