New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo wearing a mask. File image by Kevin P. Coughlin / Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. Photo date: 06/24/20.ALBANY (AP) — Six northeast U.S. governors are having an “emergency summit” on COVID-19 this weekend as the virus continues to spread throughout the region, New York Gov Andrew Cuomo said Friday.Cuomo said the group will discuss potential coordination of restrictions on restaurants and bars, as well as interstate travel and quarantine rules. Several states have passed new restrictions this week, including New York’s 10 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants and a ban on gatherings over 10 people in private residences.“We believe we’re going to have to be taking additional steps,” Cuomo said, though he said he doesn’t expect any major changes to existing rules over the weekend.Cuomo said he expects infection rates will keep increasing in New York and nationwide as the holiday season begins. New York has reported more than 45,700 new coronavirus cases in the past 14 days. The state is reporting an average of 4,163 new cases per day over the past seven days. That’s nearly double the rate 11 days ago and quadruple where things stood at the end of September.“You cannot take this rate of increase and survive pending the arrival of a vaccine,” Cuomo said. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),Obviously the masks, social distancing, & plexiglass are working….But this virus is SO smart.. It knows not to come out before 10 pm, it mainly affects small businesses, and family gatherings.It DOESN’T affect corporations … like Wegmans, Walmart, Home Depot, McDonald’s…..(even tho their parking lots are packed)We must do as we’re told and live in our bubbles inside our homes…FOREVERMaybe when Cuomo meets with the 5 governors again (as he did in the beginning of January, don’t forget) they will come up with a NEW Nursing Home plan to save us all. Hail King Cuomo….
Alemany High of Mission Hills squandered three first-quarter scoring opportunities, and visiting St. Francis of La Canada Flintridge capitalized en route to a 30-3 Mission League romp Friday night. Alemany recovered its short opening kickoff and scored on a 24-yard Kyle Strazzerri field goal, then recovered an onside kick. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week – Nate Brown Chaminade 24, Harvard-Westlake 12: Derron Juarez rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries, and Dillon Moore scored the go-ahead touchdown to propel Chaminade of West Hills (6-1, 2-0) past Harvard-Westlake of Studio City (4-3, 0-2) at Pierce College. Harvard-Westlake took a 12-10 lead early in the third quarter on John Howe’s 69-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Sebastian. Chaminade responded with an eight-play, 49-yard drive capped by a 9-yard touchdown run by Moore. – Rob Moscato 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Fifth-ranked St. Francis (7-0 overall, 2-0 Mission) stopped the Indians (2-5, 0-2), then made another defensive stand after an interception put Alemany deep into St. Francis territory. Luke Collis came off the bench to throw three second-quarter touchdown passes. He completing 14 of 19 passes for 164 yards and rushed for 63 yards.
Leroy Fer returns to the starting line-up for QPR’s game at Reading, where Charlie Austin is on the substitutes’ bench again.The absence of Austin, who has been nursing a calf problem, means Rangers again start without a recognised striker.Fer, available after a suspension, comes in for Yun Suk-Young. Youngster Michael Petrasso keeps his place.Reading, meanwhile, are without captain Paul McShane, who was involved in a clash of heads against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.Garath McCleary has been passed fit following a hamstring problem and Anton Ferdinand plays against his former club.Reading: Al-Habsi, Gunter, Taylor, Hector, Ferdinand, Norwood, Williams, Fernandez, McCleary, Vydra, Blackman.Subs: Bond, Robson-Kanu, Sa, Obita, Hurtado, John, Cooper.QPR: Green, Perch, Onuoha, Hall, Konchesky, Petrasso, Sandro, Faurlin, Phillips, Hoilett, Fer.Subs: Smithies, Angella, Chery, Henry, Luongo, Tozser, Austin.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
OAKLAND — At 9:20 p.m. Friday, Steph Curry slowly exited Oracle Arena, a building he brought to its best life over the past decade.He did not pause to look back as he headed into the players’ parking lot. Nor did he take one last look around his storied home court while trudging off it, once the Warriors finalized a 105-92 defeat to Toronto in Game 4.Curry and the Warriors have no more losses to spare in the NBA Finals. Their three-peat bid relies on three straight wins, starting Monday in …
10 February 2014South Africa’s attempt to win a third HSBC Sevens World Series title in succession was ended by New Zealand in the final of the Wellington Sevens on Saturday, with the Kiwis defeating the Blitzbokke 21-0 in the Cup final.The All Black Sevens snapped a five-match Cup final losing streak against the Springbok Sevens and also moved back to the top of the World Series standings on 99 points, just two clear of South Africa.Fourth successive finalEarlier on Saturday, coach Neil Powell’s team qualified for their fourth successive tournament final this season thanks to identical 10-0 wins over Australia and Fiji in the quarterfinals and semi-finals respectively.A clinical, strong performance by New Zealand in the first half of the final effectively sealed the match for them on a slippery and wet surface inside the Westpac Stadium. They enjoyed a 21-0 halftime lead, thanks to three converted tries through Tim Mikkelson and Sherwin Stowers (2).The hosts lost their opening group match on Friday against Fiji, but then went on a scoring spree to win all their remaining matches, scoring 178 points in the process without conceding any.Brilliant tactical displayThe Springbok Sevens produced a brilliant tactical display to outwit the dangerous Fijians in their semi-final clash. However, in the Cup final, the New Zealanders turned the tables on the Boks with powerful play at the breakdown and solid defence in the midfield.The South Africans forced a string of penalties in the last quarter of the match, but unforced errors and wrong options meant it was not going to be their day.‘The guys responded well’Although he admitted that the Cup final loss against New Zealand hurt a lot, Powell had some encouraging words for his squad after the tournament: “We had a hard, honest team talk on Friday evening after our loss against England [in pool play] and I am glad the guys responded and reacted well against Australia and Fiji,” he said.Powell he was happy with the overall performances of his squad in Las Vegas and Wellington. “We are very pleased to have played in two Cup final and to return home with one title after a very tough three week tour,” Powell said.InjuriesHis attacking options were a little limited on the last day of action in Wellington, said Powell, with Stephan Dippenaar and Justin Geduld both ruled out with knee injuries. They will both be assessed in Stellenbosch on Monday.Fiji edged out last year’s tournament winners England in a thriller to claim third place 14-7, while a last gasp kick handed Australia the plate 12-10 over a gritty Canada . Paul Treu’s Kenya lifted the Bowl after beating Scotland 24-24 while the USA defeated Spain 28-12 to win the Shield final.The pools draw for the Tokyo Sevens on 22 – 23 March is: Group A: New Zealand, Canada, Wales, PortugalGroup B: South Africa, Argentina, Kenya, JapanGroup C: Fiji, Samoa, France, USAGroup D: England, Australia, Scotland, Spain HSBC Sevens World Series StandingsNew Zealand 99South Africa 97Fiji 73England 68Australia 59Samoa 57Argentina 53Kenya 47Canada 43France 38SAinfo reporter and SA Rugby
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