ILOILO City – There were no more police officers positive for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) at the Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO). Captain Shella Mae Sangrines, ICPO spokesperson, announced this good news yesterday. One of them was detailed outside the Western Visayas Medical Center, a DOH-run hospital designated as the health facility for serious COVID-19 cases, while the other was detailed at a hotel that served as an isolation facility for repatriated overseas workers./PN The results, according to Sangrines, were released last week. She also disclosed that the 27 quarantined cops who had close contacts with the two police officers were also negative. The 32-year-old and 22-year-old policemen were all frontliners assigned in Mandurriao district. “They have certification from the Department of Health (DOH) that they were already cleared,” Sangrines said. Right after they tested positive for COVID-19, the two police were placed in an isolation facility. “The two policemen and the 27 others were, however, advised to continue their home quarantine. They will return to work after completing the quarantine,” she added. She said two police officers who tested positive for the viral illness two weeks ago yielded negative results in their latest reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction testing.
After suffering a broken collarbone against Michigan State, Joel Stave is expected to miss the rest of the season.[/media-credit]Wisconsin starting quarterback Joel Stave will miss the remainder of the season after breaking his left collarbone against Michigan State Saturday, according to a report from Jake Zimmermann at WKOW. Stave, a redshirt freshman, went down less than 10 seconds into the third quarter when 6-foot-7, 278-pound Michigan State defensive end William Gholston sacked the Badgers’ quarterback with a powerful hit that drove him into the ground. Stave briefly regained his footing before falling to his knees, when the UW medical staff came onto the field to attend to him. He remained on the field for several minutes, wincing in pain as the medical staff took him to the locker room for further evaluation. Stave later reappeared on the sideline but did not re-enter the game. He had been remarkably effective against the Spartans’ defense up to that point, completing nine of his 11 passing attempts for 127 yards and a touchdown pass to tight end Jacob Pedersen. Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema said he didn’t “know anything further on Joel,” aside from the fact that it was a left shoulder injury, postgame. However, Zimmermann says he spoke with Stave’s family Saturday night. The Greenfield, Wis., native saw his first playing time in the second half against Utah State – the Badgers’ third game of the season – and earned his first career start against UTEP the following week. He has been the starter since and in the seven games he has appeared in this year, Stave has proven to be an efficient signal-caller with 1,104 passing yards, five touchdowns and three interceptions on the year. Zimmermann is also reporting Stave’s injury will not require surgery and that this is the third time he has broken his collarbone. With Stave out, Danny O’Brien will likely take over for the Badgers under center. O’Brien, a redshirt junior who transferred to Wisconsin from Maryland in the offseason, began the year as the starting quarterback before struggling through the first three games of the year, when Bielema benched him in favor of Stave. In the second half Saturday, O’Brien looked shaky at times behind a leaky offensive line, completing five of his 11 passing attempts for 44 yards. The Spartans also sacked O’Brien three times in the final 30 minutes. The 2010 ACC Freshman of the Year threw for 454 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in his 10 quarters of play as UW’s starting quarterback. Check back for updates as more information emerges regarding this situation. Follow Ian on Twitter
Daniel O’Donnell has become even more addicted after getting a rare ‘hole in one’ in recent days.The millionaire singer was relaxing at his Tenerife getaway when he managed the amazing sporting fete.Wife Majella revealed the star is over the moon and even brought friends out to celebrate! “We had some friends staying with us over the New Year and we had great fun. They all played golf so Daniel was off most days playing golf.“Would you believe he got a “hole in one” which is something that happens very rarely in a golfers life! He was delighted and we celebrated well that night,” she said.The Donegal man is an avid golfer and is a member of Cruit Island golf club and also his local club in Tenerife.Majella also revealed how she spoiled Daniel for his 50th birthday recently by taking him away and also buying him a new 5 series BMW car! “We went to The K Club which is a beautiful country house just outside Dublin. It was all decorated for Christmas and each room had an open log fire in it. It was just magical. We had a beautiful suite which also had a fire and a Christmas tree in it.“We spent the first day in the hotel spa where we had a few treatments and just generally relaxed. The next day, a few close friends joined us for dinner which Daniel knew nothing about. He was absolutely delighted. We had a lovely evening.“I surprised him with a new car which completely shocked him! All in all, we had a wonderful weekend,” she said.Daniel heads away to Florida to work on a cruise in February before heading to Australia and New Zealand.Daniel will then take a few months off for the first time in 30 years in the music busiess. “We have no plans yet of what we will do but that will be nice in itself – not having anything planned,” added Majella.GOLFING FANATIC DANIEL GETS A RARE ‘HOLE IN ONE’! was last modified: January 8th, 2012 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:daniel o’donnellgolfhole in oneTenerife