He arrived on June 19 and was brought to the city’s quarantine center. He was also subjected to swab testing for COVID-19. However, Familiaran clarified that only the areas of these cases where tagged as “ultra risk.” On June 21, he was released from the isolation center to observe home quarantine pending his results. after three residents there were found out to be carriers of SARS-coV-2, the virus which causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID). “They requested not to be isolated in the city’s quarantine center because of their age that it is no longer conducive for them to stay there,” Pico said. According to Mansilingan village chief Rodolfo Pico, the couple went home following their arrival. In Barangay Mansilingan, the patients were a couple – a 53-year-old female and her husband 63-year-old. Both were locally stranded individuals from Manila who arrived here on June 21. Familiaran said the areas were declared as “ultra risk” when there is a COVID-19 patient undergoing home quarantine and it will be only lifted once the next laboratory result will turn out negative./PN Pahanocoy village chief Yolanda Noble said the patient preferred to go on home quarantine. BACOLOD City – Barangays Mansilingan and Pahanocoy in this city were placed on “ultra risk” status. These barangays have already placed a barricade in front of their houses, he said. The COVID-19 patient in Barangay Pahanocoy was a 29-year-old male locally stranded individual (LSI) from Cebu. Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran, chairperson of the City Inter-Agency Task Force against COVID-19, disclosed that three patients were all asymptomatic and currently under home quarantine.
In 214 career games with the Sharks, Labanc has recorded 116 points.After losing Joe Pavelski, Joonas Donskoi and Gustav Nyquist to the free agency market, San Jose will likely see Labanc step into a bigger role this season as the top-line right wing alongside Logan Couture and Timo Meier.Given his speed, skating and scoring sense, Labanc will likely continue to thrive and improve on his numbers with more ice time, as he’s proven to be a consistent scorer still in the prime of his career. “Kevin took a big step forward in his production last season and has grown into an important part of our team here in San Jose,” general manager Doug Wilson said in the signing announcement. “He’s always had a dangerous shot but really stepped into a playmaking role for us last season and improved his 200-foot game as well. We think he still has even more potential to tap into and we’re excited to see what he can do with an elevated role with this talented group.”NHL free agency tracker: Complete list of all 31 teams’ UFAs and RFAsThe Staten Island, New York, native was also instrumental in San Jose’s run to the Western Conference Final; his most notable performance came in the team’s Game 7 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights, when he assisted on all three of the Sharks’ third-period power-play goals and scored the go-ahead power-play tally during a five minute major penalty on Cody Eakin. The San Jose Sharks know they have a rising top player in Kevin Labanc, and they’ll hang onto him for at least one more year as they signed him to a one-year extension on Monday.Labanc, 23, had a strong showing for the Sharks this season, putting up a career-high 17 goals and 56 points (20 of them coming on the power play) in the final year of his entry-level contract. He has continued to improve on his numbers each season he’s been in the NHL; he had 20 points in his rookie season and doubled that point total in 2017-18 before finally hitting the 50-point mark in the 2018-19 campaign.
A 63-year-old from Tequesta, Florida has been arrested after he allegedly showed pornographic images to a minor.John Costa was taken into custody earlier this week after a months long investigation into the allegations.According to the minor, she went with Costa to a gas station in February to purchase lottery tickets. The victim says that at some point, Costa then asked her to sit in the front seat, which was uncommon. Costa then pulled out a pornographic magazine and showed her the photos and asked if she liked boys and if she liked what she saw. The victim told police that Costa told her that “there’s nothing to feel uncomfortable about,” though she did feel uncomfortable. The victim says she asked Costa to take her home but instead he just kept driving around the neighborhood showing her the magazine.Costa then reportedly told the victim that she could not tell anyone and then gave her scratch-off lottery tickets to keep.Later, Costa then reportedly sent text messages to the victim’s iPad, where asked her not to tell her parents and sent her a photos of herself from when she was younger.Costa initially told detectives that he did not show the magazines to the minor before confessing that he only showed the images to her because she told him that she did not like boys.According to the report, authorities began investigating Costa in March after the young girl told someone in school about the incident and a teacher overhead it.The teacher then contacted the Department of Children and Families.Costa is now facing several charges including distributing obscene material to a minor.
A native of Plainfield, N.J., Campbell was a rising high school senior when he won the silver medal in the decathlon at the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki, finishing second to Bob Mathias. The Americans swept the decathlon that year. Four years later, Campbell won gold at the Olympic Games in Melbourne, Australia.“World record holder Rafer Johnson was hampered by injury, but even in full health he probably couldn’t have beaten Milt Campbell in Melbourne,” according to The Complete Book of the Summer Olympics by David Wallechinsky.Campbell had hoped to qualify for the Olympic team as a hurdler, but he finished fourth during tryouts.“I was stunned,” Campbell said in the book. “But then God seemed to reach into my heart and tell me he didn’t want me to compete in the hurdles, but in the decathlon.”The 6-foot-3, 217-pound Campbell, who attended Indiana University, was drafted in 1957 by the Cleveland Browns, where he played one season in the same backfield as Jim Brown. Campbell then played for various teams in the Canadian Football League until his football career in 1964.Campbell was inducted into the National Track and Field Hall of Fame in 1999 and was honored this year by the International Swimming Hall of Fame. In 2000, the New Jersey Sportswriters Association named Campbell its New Jersey Athlete of the Century.In June, he was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame along with nine others, including actor Michael Douglas, author Joyce Carol Oates and the late New York Giants owner Wellington Mara.Rusch said Campbell became a motivational speaker, and maintained a positive outlook despite the loss of a son to cancer and as he himself fought the disease. In addition to Rusch, he is survived by three grown children. GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP)—Milt Campbell, who became the first African-American to win the Olympic decathlon in 1956 and went on to play pro football and become a motivational speaker, has died, his family said. He was 78. MILT CAMPBELL Linda Rusch, Campbell’s partner of 13 years, said Campbell died Nov. 2 at his home in Gainesville, about 55 miles northwest of Atlanta. She said he had been fighting prostate cancer for a decade.“He was extremely disciplined,” Rusch told The Associated Press on Saturday. “He had huge passion. For you to win the gold you have to be so self-motivated and so self-disciplined. And you have to have a very strong mind.”“He literally had to train himself to have this incredible mind, to be such a positive thinker,” she added. “He carried that way of life throughout his whole entire being.” FIRST BLACK DECATHALON WINNER—This July 26, 1952 file photo shows Milt Campbell, center, of Plainfield, N.J. getting set to clear the final hurdle to make him the winner in the fifth heat of the 110-meter hurdles event in the Olympic decathlon at Helsinki, Finland.
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