On Thursday, the US saw an increase of more than 15,000 cases in one day — a shocking surge that can be explained by both the spread of the virus and increased testing after weeks of shortages — pushing the total number of confirmed cases over 82,000. China, in comparison, has reported 81,285 cases.There is a fundamental difference between China and the US. China has broken the spread of the virus with a lock down that first started in Wuhan on January 23 and is now being lifted in stages; only a few dozen new cases are allegedly confirmed each day, and most of these are apparently introduced from abroad. The US has not broken the epidemic. And if Trump has his way, easing guidelines to stay at home by Easter, we will fail to stop the epidemic and millions more will be infected. Even with active control, we might be facing around 81,000 deaths by July according to a new detailed analysis from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington in Seattle.
US surpasses China and Italy confirmed cases because?
Thousand of Europeans observed glowing and bright shine of Jesus emerging clouds out of the sky in Rome Italy. Moment strengthened the faith of Jesus in their Hearts like never before. many Europeans cried and put the list of wishes, desires, and problems to Jesus and asked for forgiveness. Many people claimed this as unicorn moment in their life and believed them as extremely lucky souls. They hoped Jesus noted there demands and wishes and they expect their life would be better in the future.
Roughly it happened 4 decades back in France Europe that time and people who witnessed had same reaction. They believe the generation who got a chance to witness this moment or in any other way considered as special people. This time in Italy hundreds of witnesses claims to have a better future after Jesus assure them to be blessed.
Dramatic pictures have emerged showing what looks like a glowing image of Jesus above an Italian town as sunlight broke through the clouds. Alfredo Lo Brutto, from Agropoli, Italy, captured the figure bursting through grey skies above the sea while at his home. The shape created by the spectacular light show, at sunset on Friday, seemed to resemble the renowned Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Alfredo said: ‘I was enchanted by the view. I don’t often share pictures on social media, but when I took this one, I instantly felt like I wanted other people to see it, because it was so beautiful.’
England will face Spain and Croatia in the UEFA Nations League following Wednesday’s draw. The Three Lions are bidding to win the group and progress to the Final Four showpiece in the summer of 2019. Wales will play Denmark and the Republic of Ireland in League B while Northern Ireland takes on Bosnia and Herzegovina and Austria.
In League C, Scotland takes on Israel and Albania.
The tournament provides teams another route into Euro 2020 running alongside qualifying.
What’s the format and how will it work?
A total of 55 nations will be divided up into four mini-leagues (A, B, C, D). League allocation will be determined by each country’s UEFA ranking in November 2017. The leagues will be tiered with the highest ranking nations in League A, the next highest in League B and so on.
Each league will then be split into groups, made up of three or four teams. At the end of each round of fixtures, four teams will be relegated to the league below and four teams will be promoted to the league above. They will play at their new league level in the next version of the competition, which will start in 2020.
The winners from each of the four groups in League A will compete in the Final Four in the summer of 2019.
What a sad day for Football fans all around the World watching the #LegendBuffon for the last time in Italy national football team colors.
Sweden Beat Italy 1-0 on aggregate to reach the finals of FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia.
The team with 2nd most World Cup Trophies failed on a big day. Italy has won 4 World Cups, 1932, 1934, 1982 & 2006 in more recent times.
An emotional and surely not deserved farewell for Gianluigi Buffon.
Good Bye Legend.
Jakob Johansson’s first-leg goal, which beat Gianluigi Buffon via a deflection, was enough to settle 120 minutes of action despite a dominant performance from the Azzurri in Milan on Monday evening.
The hosts enjoyed almost 75 percent possession and peppered the Sweden goal with 17 shots but failed to properly test Robin Olsen between the posts as poor finishing let Giampiero Ventura’s side down.
It could have been worse for Italy, as Sweden was denied what looked like two clear-cut penalties for handballs, first from Matteo Darmian and then from Andrea Barzagli.