LifestyleLocalNews Medical Professionals Retrained in Dengue Diagnosis and Management by: – October 21, 2019 Dr Dion GajadinWith the alarming increase in dengue cases in Dominica, a one-day workshop hosted by Ministry of Health and Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) took place to retrain medical practitioners on the clinical diagnosis and management of the disease.Following the workshop, which was reportedly successful, Chief Medical Officer, Dr. David Johnson revealed that dengue is not only a health issue, but is also an economic issue.“We are having an outbreak of dengue fever and a lot of persons are ill and cannot go to work and production is affected. That is the sort of economic impact that will be realized let alone if there were any resulting deaths,” Dr. Johnson reported. “I am very grateful for PAHO, the workshop and the sort of turnout that we had.”Dr Dion Gajadin, Internal Medicine Specialist of the Arbovirus International Task Force reported on the significance of the workshop saying that the biggest target is minimise the spread of dengue.Dengue Workshop 391 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share
For all the Latest Sports News News, Asia Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The second fixture of the Asia Cup between Pakistan and Hong Kong is set to take place on Sunday, September 16 (today) at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Favourites and two-time Asia Cup holders, Pakistan will kick-off their tournament against Hong Kong, a team that they should have no difficulty in beating. Their last encounter was in the 2008 Asia Cup when Pakistan put on 288/9 in their 50 overs and then went on to bundle Hong Kong out for 133 in just 38 overs to win comprehensively by 155 runs.With the political tensions between India and Pakistan causing the tournament to be switched from India to the UAE, Pakistan may fancy their chances of claiming a third crown.ALSO READ: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka | Mushfiqur’s brilliant ton help Tigers winPakistan last won the Asia Cup back in 2012 when it was held in Bangladesh and have since been playing most of their matches in the UAE since the attack on the Sri Lankan team back in 2009, so the team should know the conditions better than most.This will be Hong Kong’s third Asia Cup appearance and their first in ten years after competing in the 2008 edition when they lost both games – they also lost both in 2004.Hong Kong have had a real up and down year after first losing their ODI status at the start of the year during the World Cup qualifiers, before managing to recover and claim the last spot for this year’s Asia Cup after beating hosts UAE in the qualifier final.ALSO READ: WATCH: Inzamam-ul-Haq attacks Indian fan for calling him aloo, motuExpect that winless streak to continue here and the next game when they play India. But both these ODIs will be counted as full internationals and a good performance could help the nation reclaim their full ODI status.Players to watch: Fakhar Zaman is Pakistan’s most inform batsman at the moment and currently averages 76.07 with the bat with a strike rate of over 100.00.Nadeem Ahmed is currently the leading wicket-taker for Hong Kong and his left-arm spin will play an important part in Hong Hong’s bowling attack. He has best figures of 4/26 and has taken 38 wickets in his 23 matches so far.Stat attack: Pakistan and Hong Kong have played two ODIs with Pakistan winning both.With Mohammed Hafeez out the Asia Cup, Shoaib Malik is the leading run scorer playing in this tournament at the Dubai International Stadium with 187 runs from five matches.Hong Kong have only ever won one ODI game versus a full member nation, and that was against Afghanistan this year!
1 Quique Sanchez Flores oversaw his last game as Watford manager on Sunday Watford captain Troy Deeney has described the decision to let head coach Quique Sanchez Flores leave the club as ‘crazy’.The Hornets secured a second season in the Premier League by finishing well clear of the drop zone in an impressive 13th place – their highest top-flight placing in 29 years.But the Spaniard has paid the price for a torrid second half of the campaign, and will leave the club having played their final game of the season.The Hornets, promoted from the Championship last season, also reached the FA Cup semi-finals in Sanchez Flores’ first season in charge.And Deeney believes the 51-year-old was harshly treated by the club, who will now begin their search for a new permanent boss.“His time here has been a success,” the striker told several national newspapers.“He’s brought me on a lot as a player. I have nothing but gratitude. We’ve had 16 new players and he’s made it seem effortless.“Sunderland have been in the bottom three and managed to stay up, and Sam Allardyce is being hailed as a great manager, which he is, for keeping them up.“But we’ve seemingly coasted through this season and our gaffer’s been sacked. It’s one of those crazy ones.”