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Google Maps Expands Regional COVID-19 Details as Cases Increase, Live Crowd Feature Added in Public Transport

first_imgApart from this, Google Maps will also strive to offer you live crowdedness information in public transport to keep you informed. Cautious users who wish to keep their distance may want to avoid overcrowded buses, and Google Maps will now start showing how crowded your bus, train, or subway line is right now based on real-time feedback from Google Maps users around the world. Both these features are rolling out for Android and iOS.Apart from these features, users can also see the live status of takeout and delivery orders. This feature will let you see expected food arrival, or when to head out to pick it up. This feature will also offer information like expected wait times and delivery fees and will also allow you to reorder your favourite items from the Google Maps app itself. This feature is rolling out on Android and iOS for users in India, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, and the US.Furthermore, an early preview of Google Assistant driving model in Maps is rolling out to Android users in the US. This feature essentially looks to reduce the need to look down at your phone while driving. The new driving-friendly Assistant interface lets you use voice to send and receive calls and texts, quickly review new messages across your messaging apps in one place and get a read-out of your texts. Assistant will even alert you to an incoming call so you can answer or decline with voice commands.- Advertisement – Is Android One holding back Nokia smartphones in India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. Google Maps is now adding new COVID-19 related features to help users make an informed decision before heading out during the holidays. These features come at a time when cases are on a surge once again, and fears of bigger spread mount during the winters and the holiday season. Google Maps looks to offer more information from COVID-19 official resources. It will show you information including all-time detected cases in an area, the last average seven-day trend, and the number of deaths there, to give you a fair idea of the situation before you head to that area. Additionally, Google Maps will also offer live crowdedness information on public transport.Google announced in a blog that it is rolling out two new features that look to offer you more information that will inevitably help you during the COVID-19 crisis. The first one includes the ability to see more COVID-19 information about a region – including all-time detected cases, quick links to COVID resources from local authorities, the seven-day trend there (increasing or decreasing), and the number of total deaths. Google says that this additional information will be “especially handy if you’re heading out of town and need to get up to speed about the local guidelines, testing sites and restrictions in another city.”- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

F&P: Denmark must secure free-trading relationship with UK

first_imgDenmark’s pensions and insurance industry association says keeping a good trading relationship with the UK is an important priority for the Nordic country in the wake of last week’s referendum result, which favoured the UK’s breaking away from the European Union (EU).In an interview in local media, Per Bremer Rasmussen, chief executive at Forsikring & Pension (F&P), the Danish pensions and insurance association, said: “The biggest question of all now, after the British have said ‘leave’, is what the Leave side means.”He said ascertaining what the British people really wanted was the first step.“It is completely unclear what they want to fight for, so the big uncertainty is what Great Britain wants now,” Bremer Rasmussen said in an interview with Danish news service FinansWatch, and confirmed by F&P. He said he did not expect the UK to sign up to the European Economic Area agreement because there were many obligations included in this cooperation – the free movement of labour, among other things.“It is important we think beyond our immediate, short-term situation – that we think about what is best for Europe and what is best for Denmark in the long term, and that is to make sure we can get as free a trading cooperation with the British as possible,” he said.He acknowledged, however, that this could be difficult to secure, as there are so many different elements involved when such a free-trade agreement is negotiated.British fisheries policy, for example, could prove to be a sticking point in such a deal, he said, but he added that he hoped it could be done anyway.“My call to those who now have to sit down and negotiate is that this situation should have as little a negative impact as possible, and that we will do everything we can to ensure the UK continues to be a key partner in Europe, and that we can maintain a smooth trading relationship with the British,” Bremer Rasmussen said.last_img read more

Woman gives up on men, marries dog

first_imgNewsHub 11 October 2017Family First Comment: Why not? Love is love, eh.A woman from Northern Ireland has married who she calls her “king” – but he’s not the husband most women would have in mind.Wilhelmina Callaghan, 43, has just celebrated her eighth wedding anniversary with her Yorkshire terrier Henry.Ms Callaghan says she decided to tie the knot with Henry after he “supported” her through a job loss and a house flood.Despite the age and species difference, Ms Callaghan says they’ve found a lot of common ground.“He’s just kind, friendly and easy… you know he’s with you for the long haul,” she told the Daily Mail.As marrying your pet isn’t legal in Ireland, Ms Callaghan and Henry have joined in a “spiritual union”.However she still has a framed certificate from their online ceremony and she says she’s taking it as seriously as any other marriage.“Unlike other marriages which fall apart, I know I’m with Henry for life.”READ MORE: http://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2017/10/woman-gives-up-on-men-marries-dog.htmllast_img read more

Mrs. Wilma Jean (Middleton) Brogan

first_imgMrs. Wilma Jean (Middleton) Brogan, age 86, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on January 30, 1931, in Harlan, Kentucky, the daughter of the late, Jess and Alline (Hansford) Middleton. Wilma was united in marriage on October 2, 1947, in Harlan County, Kentucky, to John H. Brogan and to this union arrived four sons, Billy, John, James and Jerry and three daughters, Patricia, Carolyn and Wilma Jean to bless their home. Wilma and John shared 54 years of marriage together until he passed away on December 11, 2001. She was a wonderful homemaker and helped her husband on the family farm on Tapp’s Ridge in Vevay, Indiana. Wilma Jean was a member of the Fredonia Baptist Church in Vevay, Indiana. She enjoyed quilting and gardening and will be deeply missed by her family and friends. Wilma passed away at 8:30 am, Monday, September 18, 2017, at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay, Indiana.Wilma will be dearly missed by her sons, John David Brogan of Louisville, KY, James Brogan and his wife: Rita of Florence, IN and Jerry Brogan and his wife: Sallie of Vevay, IN; her daughters, Patricia Sheets and her husband: Donnie of Carmel, IN, Carolyn Cockerham and her husband: Kenny of Vevay, IN and Wilma Jean Dennis of Vevay, IN; her grandchildren, Johnny, Jody, Alicia, Zack, Andrea, Decina, Jason, Timmy, Jessica, Jennifer, Chris, Adam, Amanda and Anthony; her great-grandchildren, Carter, Tyler, Skyler, Deysia, Cameron, MaKayla, Kadence, Maevry, Larkin, Eleanor, Eliza, Haley, Julia, Remi, Maggie, Branson, Ariel, Zaylin, Kaylee,; her great-great-grandchild, Skyler, Jr.; her brothers, Milford Middleton and his wife: Edith of Middletown, OH and Ed Middleton of Middletown, OH and her several nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her parents, Jess Middleton, died October 6, 1975 and Alline (Hansford) Middleton, died March 15, 1992; her husband, John H. Brogan, died December 11, 2001: her son, Billy Ray Brogan; her sisters, Janice Farrington and Christine Herron.Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, September 21, 2017, at 1:00 pm, by Rev. Wayne Daugherty, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana. Friends may call 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Thursday, September 21, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association. Cards are available at the funeral home.last_img read more

Kenneth Eugene Prickett

first_imgKenneth Eugene Prickett, age 91, of Osgood, passed away Friday April 20, 2018 surrounded by his family at Ripley Crossing in Milan.  He was born on July 16, 1926 in Bethel, Ohio the son of the late Lawrence and Viola (Moore) Prickett.Kenneth proudly served his country in the United States Army and was a World War II Veteran, serving in both the Philippines and Japan.  Upon returning from the service he began his work career in 1946.  He was mainly in construction and supervision, working 40 years in the field with his last major job being overseeing the building of the Newport, KY High School.  He retired from Roy A. Miller and Son in Lawrenceburg, IN in 1981.In 1947, he purchased the farm outside of Osgood and raised his family there.  He enjoyed the farm, from raising cattle to gardening.  It was said that his garden could have fed the entire town.  He also developed a passion for turkey hunting which saw him travel the country completing the “Grand Slam” of turkeys.Ken was a past member of the American Legion Post in Madison, and current member of both the NRA and NWTF.He was preceded in death by his wife Virginia (Hallgarth), his parents and brother Donald.  Ken is survived by wife Ruth (Jenkins), sons Michael (Shina Murdock) and Mark both of Madison, daughter Connie (Edward) McLaughlin of New Port Richie, FL, step son Robert Day (Alison LaBonte) of Berkeley, CA, along with numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren.Services will be held later with burial being at Cliff Hill Cemetery in Versailles.  Neals Funeral Home in Osgood is entrusted with arrangements.last_img read more

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic already up to speed when it comes to Benik Afobe

first_img Press Association Striker Afobe was due to be in the Wolves squad which travelled to Upton Park in the FA Cup on Saturday, only to be withdrawn as transfer talks with the Cherries progressed. The former Arsenal youngster tied up the big-money switch on Sunday and is now poised to make his Bournemouth debut on Tuesday night, ironically against Bilic’s Hammers. “We were expecting him to play on Saturday so I have already watched him in a few games,” said the West Ham boss. “He’s a very good player. “They have also signed Juan Iturbe from Roma who is a great winger. Bournemouth are thinking big so well done to them. “They had a lot of injuries and have done well to maintain good results without those players, but they have probably been waiting for this transfer window.” Bournemouth were surprise 4-3 winners at Upton Park in August, so Bilic knows exactly what to expect from Eddie Howe’s men as they attempt to make amends in the reverse fixture. “They are a good side, they have been together a long time with same manager, and now they have added a couple of players who they needed,” added Bilic. “They are playing good football and the biggest thing is they don’t have negative pressure. They got promoted, and although it’s important to stay up they are enjoying it. “You can see in the games every player is positive, they are not afraid of the ball. They enjoy playing football. “They are well organised, they are hard to beat, they run a lot and they did it here when they beat us 4-3, so we are very aware of what to expect when we play them.” Slaven Bilic does not need to swot up on Bournemouth new boy Benik Afobe – as he was expecting to face him three days earlier. Bilic has also dismissed suggestions that West Ham are looking to sign Charlie Austin this month. The Hammers are third favourites to land the QPR striker with some bookmakers, but Bilic says he has no idea why. “Charlie Austin? That hasn’t come from the club,” he said. “He’s a good player, of course, but he was linked with most of the clubs when they (Rangers) got relegated. “We were among those clubs in the summer but we chose other options, and now we are not looking for that sort of player.” last_img read more

Can’t wait to start playing matches, says Real Madrid’s Marcelo

first_imgMADRID: Real Madrid left-back Marcelo said that the players ‘can’t wait’ to get back to playing regular football. Spanish top-flight football league, La Liga, has been suspended since March due to the coronavirus pandemic and is now looking to resume the season from June 11.”We had never gone so long without being able to train out on the pitch and our desire to play football has been growing ever since we stopped. Now we’re close to getting going again and we can’t wait,” Marcelo was quoted as saying by Real Madrid’s official website. “It’s been different to what we’re used to. We have to take the positives from it and now we’re used to the routine; it’s not like it used to be but everything’s good. We’re all healthy, the training sessions have been fantastic in recovering our rhythm. “Having not touched a ball for so long, when you go back out on the pitch you’ve lost your touch a bit, but now we just can’t wait to start playing games,” he added. A number of football league’s around Europe, including the French Ligue 1 where a number of Marcelo’s Brazil teammates such as Neymar play, ended their seasons prematurely. However Spain’s La Liga, the German Bundesliga and England’s Premier League stayed put. The Premier League is also eyeing a restart in June whereas the Bundesliga has already begun holding matches behind closed doors. IANSlast_img read more

The Latest: Union Berlin plans to have fans at friendly

first_img Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Union Berlin plans to celebrate its stadium’s 100th birthday by playing in front of supporters for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic broke. The Bundesliga club says it will host Nuremberg in a pre-season friendly on Sept. 5 and that up to 5,000 people can attend. Hygiene measures will apply.Tickets are only available to club members older than 12 and will be issued after a draw. Tickets will be personalized “in order to ensure legally-required tracking of visitors.”Those attending will need to wear a mask until reaching their allocated seat and they will need to put it on again when leaving.The game will take place 100 years after then-German champion Nuremberg played Union in the first match at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei in Köpenick on Aug. 7, 1920.___ August 28, 2020 The event is for players who would have been at the U.S. Open qualifying tournament. It opens on Saturday.U.S. Open qualifying was canceled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.___The International Judo Federation says it is restarting events which should feed into qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics.International judo events started to be affected by the coronavirus in February when Chinese teams withdrew from competing in Europe. Cancellations began in March. An upcoming Formula One race in Italy could be open to 3,000 fans.Tuscany region president Enrico Rossi says local health authorities have approved limited spectators for the Tuscan Grand Prix on Sept. 13.Rossi tells the Gazzetta dello Sport “the circuit contains three big tribunes that are well spaced apart so the limit of 1,000 people per the national rules on public events can reasonably be considered as the capacity limit for each tribune.”Official government approval is expected by Saturday.Fans will have their temperature taken upon arrival and be asked to observe social distancing procedures and wear masks if it is approved. The only spectators at the Italian GP in Monza a week earlier will be 250 specially invited health workers.___A player has tested positive for the coronavirus ahead of a women’s tennis tournament in Prague.Tournament director David Trunda says the unidentified player was isolating in her hotel room and will be re-tested. Trunda says the player didn’t meet any other participants in the tournament.All 150 players are tested on arrival and have to wait in their hotel rooms for the results. The Latest: Union Berlin plans to have fans at friendly The governing body says World Judo Tour events will be organized in Budapest, Hungary, in late-October and Tokyo in December.The IJF says the events “aim to offer qualification points for the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games.”Some continental-level competitions are also planned later in 2020.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more

Fawaz Wins Scholarship at Greensprings /Kanu Football Camp

first_imgThe educational scholarship will afford Fawaz the opportunity to receive quality and well-rounded education at Greensprings School.According to Oluranti Bankole, the Head of Admissions, Greensprings School, the annual football camp helps to mould future leaders in sports and education. “We got a new scholar from this year’s camp and he is a new addition to our family of outstanding football scholars. We hope that through this platform, they receive quality education which is fundamental to the development of their soccer skills and all round potential.”“The platform Greensprings presents, will expose them to so many opportunities and competitions both locally and internationally which will further help them develop into confident individuals and worthy role models. What we found out with the scholars is that, having the right educational foundation and an enabling environment will help them maximize their potentials, as it provides them a rare opportunity to add value sporting world in general.Fawaz joined eight other previous recipients of the scholarship award, some of which have gone on to represent Nigeria at the various youth levels.Also speaking about the scholars, Bankole mentioned that they are like one big family who always looked out for one another, they have made good use of the opportunities the scholarship presents and not take it for granted.In the words of Dotun Coker, Chairman Technical Committee of the Lagos State Football Association (LSFA), “Greensprings has continued to add value to lives of Nigerian youths with the yearly scholarship. ” On behalf of the chairman of LSFA and Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF),  Oluseyi Akinwunmi, we commend the management of Greensprings School for impacting positively on our grassroots players and transforming their lives.”.Over 220 participants from various parts of the country took part in this year’s camp while former Super Eagles Captain Nwankwo Kanu also took time out to tutor and inspire the students during the camping period.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Abbey Fawaz, 11, a  student of Jubilee Model School, Surulere; Lagos was named winner of the scholarship prize of the  7th Greensprings/Kanu Football Camp at the weekend.Fawaz who was selected based on his skills, conduct and discipline during the four-day camping was extremely astonished and overwhelmed with mixed emotions when his name was announced by Dolapo Fatoki, the Deputy Head of Greensprings School.The training exercise which was handled by a team of coaches from English Premier League’s West Bromwich Albion Football Club and Dutch Football Association, supported by coaches from the Lagos State Football Association, is part of Greensprings School’s strategy to equip children with the necessary skills required to become outstanding professional footballers.last_img read more

Gabriela Knutson overcomes frustrations in doubles and singles in Syracuse’s 7-0 win

first_imgAs the ball floated into Syracuse’s half of the court, Gabriela Knutson had to quickly re-adjust her body to keep Colgate from scoring its first point of the match.She leapt off the surface, stretched out her right arm and spiked the ball with a forceful backhand, capturing the point. Knutson and her doubles partner, Miranda Ramirez, were in control early in their first match together as SU’s No. 1 pairing in this season.Up 4-0 in the first set, Knutson hit back-to-back serves into the net, handing Colgate’s Mackenzie Deeter and Jordan Williams their first and only point of the match. Walking to the other end of the court, Knutson threw her hands up in frustration.“It’s tennis,” Knutson said. “It happens sometimes. I’ll mess up. I don’t think that double fault shows how I played the whole match.”Knutson and Ramirez went on cruise control for the rest of the match and won, 6-1, en route to Syracuse (2-0) defeating Colgate (0-1), 7-0, on Friday afternoon at Drumlins Country Club. For the second-straight meet, the Orange won all 15 sets played. After resting against Niagara on Jan. 21, Ramirez made her season debut, partnering with Knutson in doubles, and sliding in at the No. 2 slot in singles.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDespite her frustration, Knutson knew she and Ramirez remained in complete control of the match. For the final two points in the set, the duo dictated play, sending balls to all quadrants of the court in an attempt to fatigue Deeter and Williams. After a Ramirez drop shot secured a 6-1 win, Knutson was all smiles.“I just hit one double-fault, but other than that it was smooth sailing,” Knutson said. “I don’t think the match was really complicated for us, we weren’t worried at all.”Just 10 minutes later, Knutson was back on the court, this time for the No. 1 singles matchup against Deeter. While all five of her teammates won the first two points of their respective matches, Knutson found herself and Deeter knotted at one. She had made several unforced errors, but just like in her doubles match, she took an extra moment to collect herself between points. From there, Knutson returned to her normal self.After two straight backhand winners helped her gain a 2-1 advantage, Knutson was cruising. She refused to loosen up, however, as a determined look stayed on her face for the rest of the set. Once she secured a 6-1 victory, Knutson finally broke a smile after an exchange with associate head coach Shelley George.Syracuse head coach Younes Limam was not worried about Knutson’s hiccups that led to dropping points. In early-season games like this afternoon’s, it is a good thing to be challenged, Limam said.“We try to keep them mainly focused and having a simple strategy they can go to,” Limam said. “It’s a good thing sometimes when they get pushed and things get close.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 26, 2018 at 6:55 pm Contact David: ddschnei@syr.edulast_img read more

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