By Joseph Erunke AS the World Health Organisation, WHO, celebrates the nursing profession by making the theme of the 2020 World Health Day to be “Support Nurses and Midwives,” the Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, has asked for a healthy and dignifying working environment for health workers in the country. … [Read more...] about Work Health Day: NMA seeks healthy, dignifying working environment for workers
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In ordinary times, Australia securing the hosting rights for a major international tournament would be headline news. The Opals are currently the second best team in the world – 2006 world champions and three-time Olympic silver medallists. In 2022, they may well lift the World Cup on home soil. But amid the coronavirus turbulence, the announcement generated little buzz. Now, Rechter and her team must begin organising a major international event – no easy undertaking in usual circumstances – with society in lock-down and sport in chaos. … [Read more...] about What does coronavirus mean for upcoming international sports events in Australia?
“I think what will be important for us is really to be flexible. I’m pretty sure Chase and the teams will be capable of putting together the best championship we can have. “From our side, we are ready for whatever is needed whether short race weekends, double races, whenever it will finish or packing the races together. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus in sport LIVE: Premier League season OVER claim, UFC 249 latest, Mourinho takes Spurs training in PARK
“I’ve had my eyes opened too about shop workers, lorry drivers and stuff. There’s a lot of: ‘Oh they only work in a shop. Oh they only stack shelves in Tesco.’ When you’re 16 and want a job it is: ‘Go and work in Tesco, that will be all right.’ Actually, it’s those people right now that’s are keeping the country going. … [Read more...] about ‘Baptism of fire’: meet two female footballers working in hospitals
This is a big unknown, but you’d have to think if you want even somewhat slightly balanced schedules (not that the current schedule is really balanced, but that’s a rant for a different day), that you’d need 100-plus games if you want at least 12 games against division opponents (two home series per team) and six against the rest of the league (one home series per team). Add in interleague play and you’d need a good 120 games. I’m not sure four months of baseball is going to be feasible, though. But six or nine games against division opponents seems wildly lacking, and one series only against everyone else also seems pretty light. You never know what a billion-dollar industry facing massive shortfalls will do, though. … [Read more...] about A’s mailbag: How would starting an abbreviated season in Arizona work?