Eibar thanks the health and essential services staff for their great effort

first_imgEibar thanks the health and essential services personnel for their great effort to combat the coronavirus, which has paralyzed almost all sports, social and work activity, except for what is essential. Eibar donated the coronavirus tests to OsakidetzaTwo weeks ago, Eibar donated the coronavirus tests sent by LaLiga to all First Division football clubs to Osakidetza (Basque Health Service).The eibarresa entity considered then that this material to make tests to detect COVID-19 was needed by the medical services that try to spread the epidemic.In the Catalan club there was no one with symptoms of the disease (fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, shortness of breath, dry cough), so in a gesture of solidarity he transferred the material sent by the Professional Football League for use by people with coronavirus symptoms or risk groups ( elderly or with respiratory, cardiac, or defenseless problems). Eibar made this decision considering that there were people who needed to pass the tests to detect COVID-19 with a higher priority than the Barça footballers.The LFP (Professional Soccer League) sent coronavirus tests to the First Division and Second clubs to detect positives in the soccer players and technicians. The sooner sick people are detected by COVID-19, the more possibilities there are to avoid later infections.. Isolation of the sick in a soccer team would prevent the disease from spreading to the rest of the staff, and to the workers of the soccer entities. What LaLiga wants is that the sanitary problem affects the teams of the highest category as little as possible, to resume the competition as soon as possible -possibly behind closed doors- when the alarm state is over. Eibar thanks the health and essential services personnel for their great effort to combat the coronavirus, which has paralyzed almost all sports, social and work activity, except for what is essential. The Gipuzkoan club released this message of encouragement (with applause icons) on social networks on Wednesday to the groups fighting against the epidemic, praising the work of medical personnel, who take care of the health of the sick, and that of minimum services, which allows the consequences of COVID-19 to be mitigated to a society that continues to function despite the confinement of people in their homes.Eibar released a video in which two Barça players appear, Anaitz Arbilla and Alaitz Seoane, from the men’s and women’s first team, respectively, together with representatives of Athletic Club (Aritz Aduriz and Garazi Murua), the Royal Society (Mikel Oyarzabal and Nahikari García), the Alavés (Martín Agirregabiria and Maialen Martínez de Marigorta), and Osasuna coach Jagoba Arrasate.In this audiovisual, the Basque and Navarrese athletes expressed a message of thanks and solidarity. “You encourage us every week, but now it is up to us to encourage you. Because at this moment we all play together. To those who are at home, to those who give their all in health services, to those who maintain essential services every day, to those who are suffering: We will get ahead, we will return sooner rather than later. Together we will make it“they stressed.last_img read more

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first_img“We are planning to expand the products and there is lot”We are planning to expand the products and there is lot to be done. Establishing products include building hotels, lodges and other products. We are aggressively working for this along with promoting traditional Ethiopia. Ethiopia is also known as the Land of Origins because Lucy was found here,” Tadesse said.Lucy is the common name of AL 288-1, several hundred pieces of bone fossils that represent 40 per cent of the skeleton of a female of the hominin species Australopithecus afarensis.Lucy was discovered in 1974 near the village Hadar in the Awash Valley of the Afar Triangle in Ethiopia by paleoanthropologist Donald Johanson thus giving it the name the Land of Origins.In Ethiopia, it is also known as Dinkinesh, which means “you are marvellous” in Amharic, the local language of the country.The country boasts of various aspects of tourism which includes sports tourism, religious tourism, wildlife tourism consisting of over 2,000 species of birds (800 of which are indigenous species) along with the animals.The country has also participated in various trade and tour fairs to attract more Indians, the last one being organised in Pune in 2013.In terms of nature, Ethiopia is the fourth largest biodiversity zone in the world and claims to have more unique species of flora and fauna than any other African nation.It has 20 national parks, four wildlife sanctuaries, eight wildlife reserves as well as 18 controlled hunting areas.The tourism department is keen to know the areas of interest for the Indians and target them thereafter.advertisementTadesse aims to bring young Indians and make them experience the nightlife of the capital city.”I would want that many young Indians come and experience the night life of Addis Ababa,” he said. PTI RCB KUNlast_img read more