In addition, Valencia has gone one step further and has recognized that 35% of its staff (including technicians and staff) are infected and the positives are due to exposure in matches. that the team played against Atalanta, in Milan, and Mestalla. “Despite the strict measures adopted by the Club after playing a UEFA Champions League match in Milan on February 19, 2020, an area confirmed as high risk by the Italian authorities days later, distancing the workforce from the work environment and the general public, the latest results show that the inherent exposure to the parties has caused around 35% of positive cases “Valencia has reported. The plague of infected by coronavirus increases in Valencia. After announcing last Sunday five positives (Gayà, Garay, Mangala, Camarasa and Juan Aliaga), the Ché club reported tonight of new cases on the roster and coaching staff. Valencia has not given the exact number of those infected, but it has revealed that “all are asymptomatic cases and they are in their homes with medical monitoring and isolation measures, carrying out their scheduled work plan normally. “
Twenty-nine-year-old Twancy Langhorne was on Thursday fined $10,000 by Magistrate Annette Singh when she appeared at the Linden Magistrate’s Court on an assault charge.The woman, who hails from One Mile, Wismar, Linden, pleaded guilty to the charge which stated that on Monday July 8, 2019 at One Mile, Wismar, she unlawfully assaulted Tomeka Fausett.The presiding Magistrate ordered Langhorne to pay the fine or face an alternative sentence of one month in prison for the offence.In another matter, a 21-year-old Steffon Deane was ordered to pay a fine of $7,500 by Magistrate Annette Singh on a similar matter.Deane admitted that on Saturday July 13, 2019 he unlawfully assaulted Nivita Adams at Third Alley, Wismar, Linden. Failure to pay the fine will result in Deane spending one week in prison.