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Joe Biden takes the narrowest lead in Wisconsin

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first_imgNote, there is a roughly 10,000-vote gain in Kenosha that isn’t reflected in these numbers. ThWisconsin’s Democratic Party Chair tweeted this several hours ago:xAbsentee ballots are still being tallied in Milwaukee, Kenosha, and other cities. Based on everything we’ve seen, those ballots will decisively favor Biden. Green Bay hasn’t reported *any* results yet. When all votes are counted, we’re confident that Joe Biden will win Wisconsin.— Ben Wikler (@benwikler) November 4, 2020- Advertisement – xI’ve been talking about this for days, weeks, months: the *scope* of the shift between mail-in & Election Day ballots is unlike the stuff you’re used to seeing on Election Nights. We just saw it in Kenosha, maybe momentarily in Milwaukee, & also makes MI & PA tricky to assess. https://t.co/DYp5oTd4YX— Taniel (@Taniel) November 4, 2020- Advertisement – Milwaukee is mostly in. Kenosha will be +9,600 votes. Green Bay will add to Biden’s margin, since 32,000 absentee ballots remain uncounted. Update: This is the Kenosha results, which weirdly haven’t been posted by the AP. Maybe because it’s 2 am PT. xBREAKING: after all three machines tabulated 19,700- Biden 10,103-Trump The absentee ballots in Kenosha are not enough to take over the county for Biden. Final results should be on the county website soon— Cassidy Williams (@CassidyWtv) November 4, 2020- Advertisement – This isn’t over. But things are looking up. center_img And what we’ve seen here, we’ll see in Michigan and Pennsylvania as well xBased on my replies, I don’t think people have fully internalized how Democratic these mail and absentee ballots will be in MI/PA/WI. It’s going to be close, but these ballots will be overwhelmingly Democratic— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) November 4, 2020 – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Daily coronavirus cases in India top 50,000 for first time

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first_imgTopics : India on Thursday reported more than 50,000 daily coronavirus cases for the first time, driven by a surge in infections in rural areas at a time when the government is further easing curbs on movement and commerce.There were 52,123 new cases in the previous 24 hours, according to federal health data, taking the total number of infections to almost 1.6 million.Some 775 people died of COVID-related conditions over the same period, raising total deaths now just under 35,000 – low compared to the total number of cases, but showing little sign of slowing. While major cities like New Delhi and Mumbai have seen their cases ease, infections in rural areas are continuing to rise sharply, alarming experts who fear weak healthcare systems there will be unable to cope.India has the third highest number of infections globally, behind the United States and Brazil. It has nearly twenty times the number of cases as China, which has a similar-sized population and where the virus was first recorded late last year.Separately, New Delhi announced the third phase of easing restrictions that had been aimed at preventing the spread of the virus. An evening curfew will be lifted from August 1, and gyms will be allowed to open, but schools, cinemas, and bars will remain closed.The restrictions, which included an almost total shutdown of the country for nearly three months, have hurt small businesses in what is still predominantly a low-income country.Consumer demand is showing little sign of picking up ahead of India’s festival season, where it usually rises significantly.”Every year we get orders for big idols, but this year due to COVID-19 restrictions we didn’t get any,” Alagar, an idol maker in the southern city of Madurai, told Reuters partner ANI on Thursday. last_img read more

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Over 80% of Britons not heeding COVID-19 self-isolation rules: Study

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first_imgThe research, led by King’s College London, found that only 18.2% of people who reported having symptoms of COVID-19 in the last seven days had not left home since the symptoms developed, and only 11.9% requested a COVID-19 test.It also found that only 10.9% of people told by the NHS Test and Trace scheme to self-isolate after close contact with a COVID-19 case had done so for 14 days as required.The government last week introduced fines of up to 10,000 pounds ($12,780.00) for breaking self-isolation rules, and are offering a 500-pound support payment to low-paid workers who lose income from quarantining.The researchers said that financial support for self-isolating could encourage adherence. Over 80% of people in Britain are not adhering to self-isolation guidelines when they have COVID-19 symptoms or had contact with someone who has tested positive, a study has found.A majority were also unable to identify the symptoms of COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus.The research raises major questions about the effectiveness of England’s Test and Trace program as Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeks to keep a lid on rising infection numbers with new restrictions. “Our results suggest that financial constraints and caring responsibilities impeded adherence to self-isolation, intending to share details of close contacts, and quarantining of contacts,” they wrote.Johnson promised a “world-beating” test and trace system, but it has been dogged with problems, regularly failing to meet a target of reaching 80% of contacts. A tracing app finally launched on Thursday after four months of delays.Reasons for non-compliance ranged from not knowing government guidance to being unable to identify the symptoms, the study found.Just under half the participants were able to identify the key symptoms of COVID-19 of cough, a fever and a loss of sense of taste or smell.The study used data collected between March 2 and Aug. 5, and was based on 42,127 responses from 31,787 participants aged over 16.As of Thursday, Britain had the highest death toll from COVID-19 in Europe, at 41,902. center_img Topics :last_img read more

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Star stallion Beneficial dies

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first_img The leading sire of Graded and Listed jumps winners collapsed on Saturday due to the infirmities of old age. His big-race winners include Benefficient, who was victorious in the Jewson Novices’ Chase at the Cheltenham Festival in March, three-times Grade One chase scorer Realt Dubh, 2009 RSA Chase hero Cooldine and smart staying hurdler Monksland. Star Irish stallion Beneficial has died at the age of 23. Press Associationcenter_img Sean Kinsella, of Knockhouse Stud, where Beneficial had resided since he was a six-year-old, said: “Horses like him don’t come around too often and he’ll be missed by everyone. He only covered a lot of average mares, but the quality of his stock was exceptionally good. “He had four winners alone in Ireland on Sunday, so that just shows you how good he was. “It’s a big loss to Irish racing – whether we’ve got anything close to what he was like, I’m not so sure. “He was a six-year-old when he came to us and has been a great servant. “I’m sure his legacy will live on throughout the years.” last_img read more

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Tough task for Celtic

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first_imgThey’ve been drawn with Dutch side Ajax and Fenerbahce of Turkey, as well as Norwegian team Molde .Tottenham’s group includes Monaco – who knocked north London rivals Arsenal out of the Champions League last season.Liverpool’s toughest challenge will probably come from Russian side Rubin Kazan.last_img

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