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Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) JAMESTOWN – Today marks the first official day of Summer and it will definitely feel like it featuring sunshine, warmth, and scattered chances for pop-up thunderstorms.For Saturday, partly cloudy skies, scattered pop-up thunderstorms are possible in the afternoon. These storms will be slow movers with the potential for localized flooding. Highs today in the lower to mid-80’s.Saturday night, partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of a thunderstorm in the evening. Otherwise lows tonight in the lower-60’s.Sunday will be a near repeat of Saturday. Partly cloudy, slight chance for a pop-up scattered storm. It will be a bit warmer, with highs reaching the upper-80’s. Monday this pattern continues, before a cold front passes by on Tuesday increasing the chances for badly needed rain across the region. Behind the front, temperatures cool off for mid-week into the 70’s.WNYNewsNow is a proud Ambassador for the NOAA Weather-Ready Nation program.
Dec 21, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The Department of Health and Human Services is seeking help from the public in figuring out how to allocate scarce supplies of influenza vaccine in the event of a flu pandemic.In a Dec 14 Federal Register notice, HHS invited the public to submit comments on which groups should have priority for receiving pre-pandemic and pandemic vaccines and on related issues. The deadline for commenting is Jan 18, 2007.A federal interagency task force will use the comments in developing guidance to help state and local governments, cities, tribes, territories, and the private sector decide how to allocate vaccine doses, the notice says.Besides seeking public comments, the task force is currently holding meetings to gather information from individual stakeholders, and it will also hold a series of “public engagement” meetings across the country to get more input, according to the notice. No dates or locations for those meetings were listed.The government will publish a draft document for public comment before issuing the final guidance, the notice said.Pre-pandemic and pandemic vaccines are expected to be in short supply at least in the early stages of a pandemic, necessitating a plan for allocating the available doses, HHS noted. Pre-pandemic vaccine is a vaccine against a virus that is believed to have pandemic potential.”Depending on what influenza strain actually causes the pandemic, stockpiled pre-pandemic vaccine may provide some protection,” the notice said. Last month HHS reported having enough pre-pandemic vaccine stockpiled to vaccinate about 3 million people with 2 doses each, with more on order.Besides seeking input on which groups should be near the front of the vaccination line, HHS is seeking responses to related questions, such as:What objectives, principles, criteria, assumptions, and rationales should be considered in allocating supplies?How can fairness, equity, efficiency, and related principles be reflected in the determinations?Who (federal, state, or local authorities) should determine when and how the vaccine is distributed and administered?The agency asks that responses be limited to 25 pages, not counting appendices and supplements. Any information submitted will be published on the PandemicFlu.gov Web site.HHS. Request for information (RFI): guidance for prioritization of pre-pandemic and pandemic influenza vaccine. Fed Reg 2006 Dec 14;71(240):75252-3 [Access via Federal Register main page]See also:Nov 20 CIDRAP News story “HHS awards 3 contracts for more H5N1 vaccine”
Metro Sport ReporterFriday 15 May 2020 11:20 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link143Shares Emery wanted more support from Arsenal chiefs Raul Sanllehi, left, and Edu, right (Picture: Getty)Emery faced enormous criticism for Arsenal’s poor end to the 2018/19 season and that continued the following campaign, and he feels he was not given the public backing he needed.He added: ‘At every club, I’ve been protected: Lorca, Almería, Valencia, PSG. At Sevilla I had Monchi. At PSG Nasser al-Khelaifi protected me in the dressing room and publicly.‘At Arsenal they weren’t able to, maybe because they came from Arsene Wenger, who did everything. They’d say: “We’re with you” but in front of fans and the dressing room they couldn’t protect me. Truth is, I felt alone.’MORE: Unai Emery did not want Arsenal to sign Nicolas Pepe and held talks with Wilfried Zaha insteadMORE: Cesc Fabregas reveals he upset Arsenal star Nwankwo Kanu in very first training sessionFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. The Spaniard feels there were plenty of issues beyond his control that led to his exit (Picture: Getty)Former Arsenal boss Unai Emery says he felt ‘alone’ and exposed by the club’s hierarchy before his dismissal and insists things could have been different but for Aaron Ramsey’s injury.The Spaniard was sacked at the very end of November after just 18 months in charge at the Emirates, with the club closer to the relegation zone than the top four when he was given his marching orders.Emery had enjoyed a promising first season, reaching the Europa League final and narrowly missing out on the top four, but things quickly unravelled. Comment Injury brought a premature end to Ramsey’s time at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)He feels Ramsey’s hamstring injury – which ruled him out of the final four league matches, of which Arsenal only won one – was crucial to his ultimate sacking and felt the Welshman’s move to Juventus left a massive hole in the squad.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘[At first] things went magnificently; there was a good spirit in the dressing room,’ Emery told The Guardian.‘Ramsey’s injury, when he was at his best, had a big influence: he conveyed positivity, so much energy. And playing a lot of important games in April without him, we needed 100% commitment from every player.’He continued: ‘But some players had a mentality that says one day “yes”, one day “no”, when in football it has to be “yes, yes, yes” every day. We lacked that little extra to get through a lot of games in those final weeks. If your application and commitment falls below 100%, you can lose, and that’s what happened.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalEmery continued: ‘I told the people running the club. And then there were decisions that didn’t go well. Mistakes were made, and as coach I take responsibility for mine. For example, all four captains left.‘Ramsey had decided he was going. It would have been better for the team if he had continued, and for me. Petr Cech was retiring; fine. But I wanted Laurent Koscielny to stay, Nacho Monreal to stay. All those leaders went, which makes the dressing room something else.’ Unai Emery takes swipe at Arsenal board and claims Aaron Ramsey’s injury led to his departure Advertisement Advertisement
By Alan BaldwinLONDON, England (Reuters) – Bernie Ecclestone’s ousting as Formula One supremo will take the sport in a different, digital direction under new American owners Liberty Media but there is much work to be done in the months and years ahead.“F1 has huge potential with multiple untapped opportunities,” said new chief executive Chase Carey after ending 86-year-old Ecclestone’s 40-year reign on Monday.“We will work … to enhance the racing experience and add new dimensions to the sport and we look forward to sharing these plans over time.”Carey, appointed Formula One chairman in September after serving as vice-chairman of Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox, and Liberty Media’s chief executive Greg Maffei have both said there is a lot they want to do differently.Maffei has spoken of more races in Latin America, Asia and the United States while Carey has indicated that Liberty wants to safeguard the sport’s historic venues in Europe, ramp up marketing efforts and engage the fans more.There has been talk of treating every race like a Super Bowl, creating a buzz that extends far beyond the racetrack, but without ‘Americanising’ the sport’s fundamentals or alienating the purists.Liberty Media has plenty of experience and resources, with interests in the Atlanta Braves baseball team, satellite radio service Sirius XM, entertainment group Live Nation and minority interests in Time Warner and Viacom.Where Ecclestone’s business model was based on television rights and ever-increasing hosting fees that have left circuits with little chance of making a profit, Liberty has emphasised a shift towards sustainability and new revenue streams.“Less than one percent of revenues are from digital,” Maffei said in September after Liberty agreed to acquire the commercial rights from CVC Capital Parthers.“They really have no organised digital effort. I think there are a lot of things that can be done around gaming, VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality).“There’s an enormous amount of video feed and data about the races that we are already capturing that we are not in any way processing incrementally for the dedicated fan,” he added.Where Ecclestone was often at odds with the teams, adopting a divide and rule approach, Carey has sounded more collegiate and inclusive with talk of cost controls and ensuring a fairer share of the spoils.That will be easier said than done, with the likes of glamour team Ferrari in particular handsomely rewarded for historic performances while smaller teams struggle to survive.The appointment of Ross Brawn in a management role overseeing motorsport activities has also raised hopes among fans and participants preparing for the first race in Australia in two months’ time.Brawn worked closely at Ferrari with Jean Todt, now the head of the governing FIA, and was also a principal at Honda before leading his own team and then Mercedes.Zak Brown, the newly-appointed American executive director of McLaren, backed Carey and his team to do what was needed.“Over the next decade I expect the way Formula One is run will become both freer and more fan-friendly,” said Brown.“Fan engagement is where it’s at these days, and it’s clear that the Liberty Media guys get that.”