Black Sox to host Wheatbelt Baseball League all star game

first_imgThe Fort St. John Black Sox will be hosting this year’s Wheatbelt Baseball League all star game. The skills competition and the game itself is scheduled for June 13 and the weekend will be packed with baseball at the college diamonds as a number of league games will be played that weekend as well.Not only will the Sox be playing June 12 and 14 as well, but Fairview and Grande Prairie will also do battle in a game before the skills competition on the 13thBlack Sox player/coach Ryan Stickel said he hopes to make all star weekend a great event, and is aiming for getting food and beverage vendors out for the duration of the weekend.- Advertisement -“I think it’s going to be great,” he said. “They told us nice and early and they kind of told us last year it was going to be our turn. We’ve been planning a little bit. We’re going to make it a whole weekend of baseball. I’m going to do my best to see if we can get a beer gardens out here and a food van. We’re going to try to make it a celebration; a celebration of baseball and sport out here for Fort St. John. We have the field and the people to pull it together. I think it will be a great time.”In the more immediate future the Sox will be returning to the diamond on Saturday afternoon. They’ll be taking on the Peace River Stampeders at the college diamonds at 1 and 4 p.m. in a double header as the club looks to bounce back from a season opening defeat at the hands of the Fairview Outlaws.last_img read more

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Public hearing delay for prospective taxi service

first_img“It’s due to the economic downturn,” they said.“There’s a limited number of customers, and if people are not coming to Fort St. John for business, people don’t have money to spend on taxis … people have lost jobs that they would normally have taken a taxi to go to work with. Those things impact us.”To help boost business, they have acquired 35 to 40 per cent more drivers in 12 months, and they say they have addressed the issue of unavailable cabs, saying they have up to 19 through peak periods.The public can attend any time between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. each day of the hearing.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — A Grande Prairie-based cab service looking to enter the Fort St. John market has had their public hearing delayed.First stated to be from Feb. 1 – 3 at the Pomeroy Hotel, Yellow Cabs will have to wait two weeks, until Feb. 24 – 26 to make their case to the Transportation Board.“It all happened because of the other party’s request,” said Baljit Thundal of Yellow Cabs, who spearheaded the application to the transportation board. She says the hearing was delayed so that both parties could attend.- Advertisement -However, A Facebook post on the page for Fort St. John Yellow Cabs speculates that Teco Taxi requested a delay to ‘show that business is slow.’ The public hearing was first requested for April or May, according to Thundal.“We hope this won’t disrupt your schedules as this is what Teco taxi wants- anything to delay the hearing and show that business is slow. So, we will be posting this further and also on other media forms. Once again, these are the final dates- and we hope to see you guys on these new dates! Just 50 more days !!”A spokesperson from Teco Taxi told Energetic City confirmed their business right now is slow.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Everton and West Ham handed FA charge

first_img Everton and West Ham players clash at Goodison Park The Football Association has announced that Everton and West Ham have been charged for ‘failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion’ during the sides’ Premier League clash on Saturday.There was a melee at Goodison Park after Everton’s James McCarthy tackled Morgan Amalfitano, with a large number of West Ham players confronting the Republic of Ireland international.Both McCarthy and Winston Reid booked were booked by referee Mark Clattenburg.A statement on the FA website read: “Everton and West Ham United have been charged by The FA following their game on 22 November 2014.“It is alleged that in or around the 40th minute of the fixture, both clubs failed to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion.“The clubs have until 6pm on 1 December 2014 to respond to the charge.” 1last_img read more

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Ronaldo celebrates landmark goal but Juve’s perfect run broken

first_img0Shares0000Ronaldo celebrates a new milestone with his 400th league goal © AFP / Marco BERTORELLORome, Italy, Oct 20 – Cristiano Ronaldo scored but wasteful Juventus had to settle for a 1-1 stalemate at home to Genoa to end the Italian champions’ perfect start to the season on Saturday.With eight Serie A wins and two in the Champions League Juve were all set to extend that fine run when Ronaldo put Massimiliano Allegri’s men into a first-half lead. But Juve were made to pay for failing to convert a hatful of chances when Daniel Bessa headed in a second-half equaliser.Juventus retain control of the Serie A summit, but Napoli can reduce the gap to four points if they beat Udinese later Saturday.Ronaldo, despite the turmoil of explosive rape allegations that surfaced before the international break, notched up his fifth goal for his new employers since his headline move from Real Madrid in the 18th minute, ironically helped by a mistake from Genoa’s top-scoring Polish striker Krzysztof Piatek.A communications mix-up saw Piatek leave Joao Cancelo’s blocked shot for his keeper, but the loose ball fell at Ronaldo’s feet and he tapped in to an empty net.This was the 33-year-old’s 400th career goal in Europe’s top five leagues, making him the first player to reach that tally.Lionel Messi is next best on 389.Ronaldo, who returns to Old Trafford on Tuesday to face his old club Manchester United, would have bagged a double shortly after but his low shot was denied by Genoa keeper Ionut Radu’s diving save.With Genoa struggling to contain the lively Cancelo down the right Juve were firmly in control, their only regret at the break being they weren’t further in front.Genoa had to wait until the 53rd minute for their first shot on target, and unsurprisingly it fell to Piatek, but his hopes of swelling his nine-goal Serie A haul were dashed when Juve keeper Wojciech Szczesny tipped his shot around the post.Energised, the 23-year-old should have levelled seconds later, outjumping Leonardo Bonucci but his header went wide.In an attempt to stifle Genoa as they scented an equaliser Allegri replaced Juan Cuadrado with Douglas Costa, the Brazilian winger making his first appearance since a four-game ban for spitting.Juve paid heavily for failing to kill off the encounter when Bessa headed a cross from Christian Kouame into the back of the net on 67 minutes.Allegri responded by introducing Paulo Dybala for Blaise Matudi as a frantic finale beckoned with Genoa holding on for a surprising point.Earlier, Roma came unstuck 2-0 to visiting minnows SPAL to dash their hopes of a fourth straight league win.The hosts had beaten Frosinone, Empoli and above all city rivals Lazio and had been hoping to improve on their sixth place in Serie A ahead of Tuesday’s home Champions League game with CSKA Moscow.SPAL, who came a highly respectable 13th in Serie A following promotion last season, went ahead with a slickly-converted Andrea Petagna spot-kick on 38 minutes.A flashing header from Kevin Bonifazi finished off a corner on 56 minutes to make it 2-0 to the visitors for their fourth win in nine matches, losing their other five.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Ajax confirm loan deal for Arsenal’s Yaya Sanogo

first_img Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo has joined Ajax in a season-long loan deal, the Dutch giants have confirmed.The 22-year-old Frenchman has failed to make an impact with the Gunners since arriving from Auxerre in 2013.He spent the second half of last season on loan at Crystal Palace, though injury restricted him to just 11 appearances for the Eagles, while he was left out of Arsenal’s pre-season tour of Singapore.With Olivier Giroud, Danny Welbeck and Theo Walcott ahead of him in the pecking order at the Emirates Stadium, Arsene Wenger is keen for the starlet to gain more experience at the top level.“I believe he needs to play,” the Gunners boss recently said. “He is ready and he will get an opportunity to play in the Champions League.”And, after flying to Holland for talks with coach Frank de Boer and sporting director Marc Overmars, Sanogo will join the Amsterdam club for the forthcoming campaign.“Ajax have reached agreement with Yaya Sanogo and Arsenal,” a statement on their official website read.“The attacker is leased from the English club… and the agreement has a term of one year, until June 30, 2016.” 1last_img read more

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From Falcao to Townsend: 10 players who may demand a January transfer

first_img 10 10 10 7. Joel Campbell – Arsenal – At the end of October, in true fairy-tale style, Campbell was handed his first Premier League start and got on the score sheet for the first time in his Gunners career. However, this by no means suggests the Costa Rican has a future with the club. His playing time is expected to remain limited, and with Danny Welbeck set to return from injury in the New Year, it’s difficult to envisage many appearances for the striker. At the age of 23, it may now be time for Campbell to spread his wings outside of north London. In fact, it may be imperative if he ever wants his career to take off. 2. Kevin Mirallas – Everton – Mirallas himself recently stated, “in January, if my situation has not changed, I will ask questions and perhaps consider a departure.” The Belgium international has started just one Premier League match and two Capital One Cup ties; thus it’s unsurprising he is prepared to leave Goodison Park. His comments will have tested manager Roberto Martinez, but if the Spaniard remains loyal to those trusted in his starting line up, Mirallas could be on his way out of the club in two months’ time. 10 3. Andros Townsend – Tottenham Hotspur – Having not made a single start in the Premier League for Spurs this season, Townsend is expected to leave White Hart Lane in January. It now seems almost certain that this will be the case after the winger publicly fell out with fitness coach Nathan Gardiner. The pair were locked in a heated dispute after Tottenham’s clash with Aston Villa. Two seasons’ ago, the England international drew comparisons to Gareth Bale after starring for club and country, and while he hasn’t lived up to expectations, he has the potential to become a key player in the Premier League. A fresh start could be exactly what’s required. A number of Premier League clubs are likely to be bracing themselves for player exits in January.The transfer window is approaching and it is the perfect time for unhappy players to move on in search of first team football.Euro 2016 may be a factor in some of the European players seeking a new club in a bid to make their national side’s final squad, so here, talkSPORT looks at 10 Premier League aces who may be off in the New Year.Keep up to date with all transfer news by clicking right here. 10 5. Victor Valdes – Manchester United – The former Barcelona goalkeeper will surely be one of the first transfers of the Jan] window. After falling out with manager Louis van Gaal in the summer, it became clear Valdes would play no part for United in the new season. Many, however, may not have been shocked to learn that the illustrious Spaniard had not even be given a squad number for the new campaign. It is difficult to understand why the goalkeeper opted to remain at Old Trafford, and he must surely be regretting this decision. Reports have claimed Valdes could stay put in the Premier League, with Newcastle United having been heavily linked. 10 10 1. Radamel Falcao – Chelsea – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see more players who could seek a January transfer – The Colombian’s decision to remain in the Premier League has proven to be a poor one, with his fortunes at Chelsea faring no better than at Manchester United. Granted, his playing time has been limited, but when on the pitch he has offered little threat to suggest he deserves a place ahead of Diego Costa or Loic Remy. The 29-year-old’s confidence is clearly at an all-time low, and the striker’s career looks to sadly be reaching its conclusion. Perhaps it is simply a case of the Premier League proving too much of a challenge. 6. Ruben Loftus-Cheek – Chelsea – Over the past week, reports have claimed the Chelsea midfielder is seeking a loan move in the winter window, having grown frustrated by his limited appearances in the first-team. The 19-year-old is popular with the reigning English champions’ fans, but appears to have failed in convincing manager Jose Mourinho he is ready for a regular run in his side. It would be a huge disappointment if Loftus-Cheek follows so many others who have failed to break into the senior squad in south west London, but who can blame him if he does seek a transfer? It would be a shock if Chelsea agree to a permanent deal, but a loan spell away is a possibility. 10 4. Ayoze Perez – Newcastle United – Perez has been a rare bright spark at St James’ Park, and his signature could consequently be in high demand in the New Year. Reports have claimed Arsenal and Man United prepared to go head-to-head over the 22-year-old and the right price could tempt the Toon into selling, though they will need a replacement for such an influential player. The Spaniard, meanwhile, will no doubt find such interest near on impossible to refuse. 8. Fraizer Campbell – Crystal Palace – Campbell has quickly become another of the Premier League’s forgotten strikers. The 28-year-old has been around the block in England, but has struggled to sustain a place at any one club, with his situation not differing since moving to Selhurst Park in July 2014. As with Patrick Bamford, Campbell has spent much of his time on the bench, with Alan Pardew not convinced by the pair. Depending on his level of frustration, therefore, the former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur man could be on the move in January. 10 9. Nikica Jelavic – West Ham United – The Hammers have again got their season off to an inspired start, but Jelavic has had little influence on their excellent form. Manager Slaven Bilic has handed the striker just 75 minutes of domestic action, suggesting the 30-year-old does not fit in with the Croatian’s future plans. Jelavic had one successful campaign in the Premier League with Everton; however, it seems his time in England’s top flight is reaching its end. 10 10. Mathieu Debuchy – Arsenal – Had it not have been for his shoulder injury last season, Debuchy may well have remained Arsene Wenger’s first choice at right-back, ahead of Hector Bellerin. However, such has been the commanding form of Bellerin, that the former Newcastle United defender is now struggling for playing time. The Frenchman has made just two Premier League starts, and this figure isn’t expected to rise as the season goes on. His best chance at starting a game will be in the cup competitions, and this, understandably, may not sufficiently satisfy the 30-year-old.last_img read more

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GAA NEWS: BUNCRANA U13 HURLERS WIN SHIELD

first_imgBuncrana GAA NotesSenior Ladies Well done to the Senior Ladies who reached the quarter finals while playing in the mini 7’s tournament in Dublin. They got through to the All Ireland quarter final after beating Portobello and Glinsk in the group stage! The quarter final was extremely tight and the Ladies only lost by a point. If a couple of contentious decisions had gone their way who knows how far they could have progressed. This was a great achievement for the Ladies and their management team given that it was their first ever appearance in the tournament. Better luck next year girls!Training every Wednesday at 7.30 in the Scarvey. New members always welcome.Senior Training Seniors & Minors Hurling training is on Wednesdays at 7.00pm. All players are urged to make every effort to attend.Seniors, Reserves, U-18, & U21 Football training is on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 7.30 in the Scarvey. New players always welcome!BraceletsDue to the large demand for County/Club GAA bracelets we now have more in stock. The people who ordered them can now collect them from Elizabeth-Anne on 0860604075. You are not obliged to buy them but please show your support for our county players. They are our champions especially our Clubmen Darrach , John , Caolan , Paul , Sean, Ronan and David.Under Age ReportsThe U13 hurlers of Buncrana.Well done to the U13 hurlers who won the Division 1 Shield on Sunday in Owenbeg. The boys played the final against Lavey. The final score was 3-3 to 2-3. Manager Tommy O’Neill was mightily pleased with the performance and expects these kids to progress even further in coming years.There’s an Under 16 game between Buncrana and Fanad Gaels in Newton at 6.15 Monday. The Buncrana Minors take on Convoy at 8pm Friday.Scór na nÓg – CLG Dhún na nGallThe dates and venues for the three semi finals and the county final of Scór na nÓg have been announced.Saturday 8th November 2014 – Gleann Fhinne Friday 14th November 2014 – Inis Eoghain – Venue in Inis Eoghain to be confirmedSaturday 15th November 2014 – Baile na nGalloglachCounty final – Friday 21st November 2014 – Na Ceithre Máistrí in the St John Bosco Centre, Donegal Town.Under Age TrainingU6/U8 Football 6.30-7.30pm Friday ScarveyHalloween DanceThe club is hosting a Halloween Ceili and Old Time Dance in the Plaza, Buncrana, Sunday 26th October. Music by Martin Duggan from 9pm-12am then the ever-popular David Craig Band from 12am till late. Tickets are €10 each and can be bought from any committee member. This will be our main fundraiser for the year and all proceeds go to our Underage Development Fund.Suicide PreventionSuicide Prevention is everyone’s business. The HSE, in partnership with Donegal GAA and other organisations is developing a Suicide Prevention Action Plan for County Donegal, working with the National Office for Suicide Prevention.We want as many people as possible to have their say about what should be included in the plan. You can print off and complete the questionnaire from our FB page or answer the questions online at www.surveymonkey.com/s/donegalsuicidepreventionDonegal HospiceThe club would like to thank everyone who supported the All Ireland Coffee morning which raised a whopping €1,121.47 for the Donegal Hospice.Special thanks to everyone who baked and displayed the fabulous array of goodies, the local businesses who supported it including Supervalu, Westend Dental Surgery, The Lunchbox and the Inishowen Gateway Hotel and everyone who helped out on the day. Thanks to O Flahertys Bar for hosting the event.A big thank you also to the staff and pupils of Scoil Iosagain for their wonderful rendition of ‘All the way with Donegal’, which certainly helped to build the excitement.Club LottoThere was no winner of the weekly Lotto held in An Tuath Nua on Saturday night but our monthly €500 winner is Michael Killoran. Congrats Michael and thanks to you and everyone else who entered for your support from all at the club. The numbers drawn were 7, 10, 16, and 21. September’s sellers were Bord na nOg so much thanks to them. Octobers Lotto will be carried out by the Senior Ladies so look out for them. All monies raised go to keeping our Club afloat, training our young people and giving them a healthy and safe outlet.Club Notes: Anyone who would like to receive a copy of the weekly club notes should email Jim at buncrana.pro@gmail.com to be included on the mailing list. If you have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please email Jim at buncrana.pro@gmail.com by 6pm on each Sunday for consideration. To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa or www.twitter.com/buncranagaa @buncranagaa, or visit our website www.buncranagaa.com.GAA NEWS: BUNCRANA U13 HURLERS WIN SHIELD was last modified: September 29th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Buncrana GAA noteslast_img read more

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Mike Mutebi: Not reaching Champions League group stages is failure for KCCA FC

first_imgLUGOGO – KCCA FC will be attempting to overturn a first-leg deficit on Friday afternoon when they host African Stars in the return leg of their CAF Champions League preliminary round.Despite taking a 1-0 lead in the game played in Windhoek on August 10th, KCCA lost 3-2 in the end and are now required to score at least once, if they are to progress to the next phase of qualifiers.While speaking at the pre-match press conference, KCCA FC head coach Mike Mutebi noted that it will be ‘failure’ if his side fails to reach the group stages.“It will be taken as a failure if we fail to reach the group stages of the champions league because we have reached such standards.”KCCA FC have indeed set the bar high that they will be favourites to take care of African Stars and then negotiate their way into the lucrative group stages.The last time Mutebi’s side was in the Champions League, they reached the group stages, eventually finishing third in group A which consisted of Al Ahly, Esperance and African Stars.Despite holding the favourites tag in the contest, the Kasasiros will be without three key players from their previous continental campaigns. The trio of Timothy Awany, Allan Kyambadde and Patrick Kaddu have all departed the club in the current offseason.Asked about the departures and if KCCA FC will miss them for the game, Mutebi was quick to suggest that he has the players to fill their (Awany, Kyambadde and Kaddu) void.“Our target is to reach the group stages which will in turn help in nurturing our boys like it was the case for those three.“We currently have 28 players who are ready to compete so I am not worried about the departures.“I am optimistic that the players that I have will do the job despite their age.It should also be noted that KCCA FC have made three major signings ahead of the current season.The Kasasiros signed John Revita, Simon Sserunkuma and John Revita, three players who can be viewed as replacements for Awanyi, Kyambadde and Kaddu.However, all eyes will be on Allan Okello as the team seeks to avoid last season’s humiliating exit at the hands of Otoho. Mutebi’s side was eliminated by the Congolese outfit in the 1st round of the Confederations cup.Okello has been in scintillating form of late and he scored two of KCCA’s three goals in their 3-1 win over Onduparaka FC in the Pilsner Super 8 last Friday.Okello (left) has been in good form of late.The 20-year old who was also present at Thursday’s press conference assured the media that he and his mates will do all they can to ensure KCCA FC reach the next stage.“Me as I player, always give my best for the team, noted Okello.“We are currently not under any sort of pressure and tomorrow (Friday), we will go all out and try to win the contest.“We very much know we have to be at our absolute best to win the contest.About African Stars, Okello had this to say;“African Stars are a good team with good players and we will respect them but we know we are going to try and defeat them.”The winner between KCCA FC and African Stars will take on either Lesotho’s Matlama and Angola’s Petro de Luanda.Comments Tags: African Starsallan kyambaddeallan okelloCAF Champions LeagueJohn RevitaMike MutebiOtoho Doyopatrick kadduSimon SserunkumaTimothy Awanytoplast_img read more

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Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace

first_imgDonegal death notices for today, Sunday, December 3. Annie O’DONNELL (née Duffy)The death has occurred of Annie O’Donnell (née Duffy), Curraghamone, Ballybofey, Donegal, peacefully, in her 93rd year, surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of the late Domnic, and much loved mother of Nan, Kathleen, Margaret, Brigid, Bernie, Marjorie, Dommie, Seamus, Michael and the late John, cherished sister of Brigid, Michael, Mary, Peadar, Charlie, Anjo, also the late James, Johnny, Patsy, Dolly, Eugene and Hugh. Sadly missed by her sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, extended family circle, neighbours and many friends. Remains reposing at the home of her daughter, Bernie O’Donnell, Curraghamone, on Sunday Dec. 3rd from 4pm. Funeral leaving her home on Tuesday Dec 5th at 10.20am for Requiem Mass in the Church of Mary Immaculate, Stranorlar, at 11am. Interment afterwards in Stranorlar Cemetery. John GIBBONSThe death has occurred of John Gibbons, Greenfort, Portsalon, Donegal.Reposing at his late residence. Removal today, Sunday, at 12.30pm to St. Columba’s Church, Massmount for Requiem Mass at 1pm with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.  Rose CARLIN (née Quinn)The peaceful death has occurred of Rose Carlin, Gortiness, Cloghan, in the loving care of her family. Much loved mother of Nora, Mary, Peter and Anthony. Sadly missed by her entire family, grandchildren, relatives and large circle of friends.Reposing at her daughter’s residence, Nora Carlin, Lettershambo, Cloghan, from 12 noon today, Sunday 3rd of December, until removal on Monday at 12.15pm to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Glenfin, for Funeral Mass at 1pm. Burial afterwards in Kilteevogue Cemetery, Glenfin. One-way traffic diversion in placeDonegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace was last modified: December 3rd, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:obituarieslast_img read more

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Ban on Letterkenny hospital visitors enters third week

first_imgDue to a very significant number of flu cases, Letterkenny University Hospital is asking for the public’s assistance to prevent the spread of infection from the flu and to minimise the chances of it being brought into the hospital.The hospital is reminding members of the public that visiting restrictions remain in place and they should not visit the hospital.Seán Murphy General Manager Letterkenny University Hospital said, “We are appealing to people to co-operate with the visiting restrictions so that we can protect the many very sick patients in the hospital. “In exceptional cases only, family members may arrange an appointment with the ward manager to visit critically ill patients. To arrange an appointment, please call the hospital on 074 9125888 and ask to be put through to the manager on the ward who will decide if an appointment to visit can be facilitated without compromising the welfare of the patients on the ward or the welfare of the visitors.“We understand that it is difficult for people not to visit family and friends particularly as the visiting restrictions have been in place for more than 2 weeks now. However, anyone carrying the flu virus can spread it for 1-2 days before developing symptoms and up to 5 days after symptoms develop. You may be spreading the flu and not even know it.“Our staff are working very hard to care for the many seriously ill patients in the hospital and we need to do everything we can to support them and protect our patients from additional risks of the flu virus.“We are appealing to people to co-operate with hospital staff. Visitors who arrive without prior agreement from the ward manager will be asked to leave. This is necessary to protect the many very sick patients in the hospital who are vulnerable to infection. It is critical that their care and treatment is not further complicated by the flu. Ban on Letterkenny hospital visitors enters third week was last modified: December 18th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:fluletterkennyluhvisiterslast_img read more

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