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Campaign grows to bring World Cup Rugby to the North West

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first_img Campaign grows to bring World Cup Rugby to the North West NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Facebook Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Wednesday May 26th Homepage BannerNews WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Google+ 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today center_img The campaign to bring Rugby World Cup games to Derry in seven years time is growing in momentum.In the event of an Irish bid to host the 2023 being successful, the “Derryfor2023” campaign wants Celtic Park in the city used as one of the grounds, saying it would be good for the city and the region, as well as being good for the sport.Speaking on the Weekend Edition this morning, Spokesperson Stephen Bradley said it would be good for the whole region, and have a particular relevance for Donegal……….Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/bradley2023.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Previous articleFirst Minister visits Tyrone Orange Hall after two attacks this weekNext articleDonegal man wins gold for Ireland in Tug of War admin Google+ By admin – February 20, 2016 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Twitter Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Nine Til Noon Show – Listen back to Wednesday’s Programmelast_img read more

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30m doses of Oxford’s vaccine may be available in UK by September

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first_imgPascal Soriot, the CEO of the company, said: “AstraZeneca is at the forefront of the response to COVID-19, and we are proud to be working with Oxford University to help make this vaccine available as quickly as possible.” This follows a global licensing agreement between Oxford University and the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. The agreement covers the commercialisation and manufacturing of the vaccine, although it has not yet passed safety and efficacy tests. An additional £18.5 million of taxpayer’s money was given to Imperial College London for a second potential UK developed vaccine. Business Secretary Alok Sharma states: “Our scientists are at the forefront of vaccine development. This deal with AstraZeneca means that if the Oxford University vaccine works, people in the UK will get the first access to it, helping to protect thousands of lives. If the Oxford vaccine is successful, AstraZeneca will sell it at the cost it takes to produce, only charging royalties if the virus becomes endemic, like seasonal influenza. In all, AstraZeneca hopes to produce 100 million doses of the Oxford vaccine, with most going to other countries around the world. “The agreement will deliver 100 million doses in total, ensuring that in addition to supporting our own people, we are able to make the vaccines available to developing countries at the lowest possible cost. The UK continues to lead the global response to find a vaccine, and the government is backing our scientists to do this as quickly as possible.” Sir John Bell emphasised the partnership’s international outlook, stating: “We now have a partner in AstraZeneca who are ideally positioned to help us evaluate the vaccine, manufacture it and distribute it to UK citizens as well as to the rest of the world. They share our commitment to true global access to end this pandemic.”center_img Prior to the announcement, most experts had said that the earliest we should expect a vaccine would be by 12-18 months’ time. If the vaccine is proved effective, AstraZeneca plans to fast-track regulatory approval by the fourth quarter of 2020. Their aim is to build capacity so that they can produce tens of millions of doses by the end of the year. Image credit to: Tumisu/Pixabay Dr. Alexander Douglas, the leader of the research group at Oxford which has developed the manufacturing method, said: “We have been preparing for large-scale manufacturing of our vaccine candidate since February. This funding enables manufacturing to start immediately, and so will make vaccine available as soon as possible, while adhering to the most stringent safety standards. The methods developed here in the UK will also enable the production of vaccine for other countries.” The UK Government has announced that 30 million doses of Oxford’s coronavirus vaccine could be made available in Britain as early as September. On Monday, Business Secretary Alok Sharma announced £65.5 million of Government funding as the vaccine trials progress. last_img read more

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2-star defensive end Levine verbally commits to Syracuse

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first_img Published on May 22, 2014 at 1:34 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Two-star defensive end Dana Levine verbally committed to Syracuse on Thursday afternoon, according to multiple reports. Levine is a junior at Hallandale (Fla.) High School. He is listed as 6 feet, 4 inches and 230 pounds on Scout.com, and is not ranked or rated by the site. Levine is the first defensive lineman to commit to SU for 2015, and the third defensive player overall. He joins cornerback commits Gerald Robinson (three stars) and Davante Davis on the defensive side of the ball.SU offensive coordinator George McDonald continues to attract recruits from Florida, as Levine marks the fifth commit from the Class of 2015 to come from the state.He is the eighth overall verbal pledge in the class, joining running backs Tyrone Perkins (three stars) and Jordan Fredericks (three stars), and offensive linemen Cody Conway (three stars), Sam Clausman and Colin Byrne.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Boca Raton expected to encourage residents to wear face masks in public

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first_imgBoca Raton Mayor Scott Singer said that he expects the city to issue a new emergency order to encourage everyone to wear a cloth face covering or mask in public paces.The emergency order in Boca Raton is just a recommendation to wear a face mask in public, not a mandate. However, a spokesperson for the city said if you defy the emergency order, police could issue you a “notice to appear” in court.If a judge determines you were violating the order intentionally, you could be charged with a second-degree misdemeanor, a spokesperson said.Face coverings are encouraged to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus, city leaders said on Thursday.It’s unclear when Boca Raton’s emergency order on face coverings will go into effect.last_img

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