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first_imgIn the sunny days of spring, you won’t even notice the tiny youngof some beautiful spiders emerging in your garden. But keepwatching. By late summer or early fall, you may be able to seethese large, striking spiders as they trap and eat insect pests. Volume XXXINumber 1Page 13 The golden garden spider (Argiope aurantia) can be found fromsouthern Canada through the lower 48 United States, Mexico andCentral America as far south as Costa Rica.Garden spiders are fairly easy to identify due to theirdistinctive yellow and black abdomen and silvery-white head. Thefemale sits upside down in her web with her legs in an “X”formation.At first glance, you may notice the zigzag pattern characteristicof a garden spider web. This pattern is believed to helpstrengthen the web, camouflage the spider or attract insect prey.BigGarden spiders are big. Really big. The adult female’s body canbe over an inch long. She’s much larger than the male, which isless than a third her size. The male can often be found to theside of the female’s web or in a small web nearby.Around September or October, the female garden spider will layher eggs in an egg sac that looks like a brown fig. She attachesthe sac to one side of her web, where she will watch it until thefirst frost.The eggs hatch in the fall. But the spider hatchlings remain inthe cozy egg sac to overwinter until spring. The garden spider’slife span is a little more than a year.Are these huge, gorgeous spiders poisonous? All spiders are.They’re carnivorous, and they use their venom to capture prey.Most spiders, however, will bite only when provoked.Rarely bitesGarden spiders, in particular, aren’t aggressive. If you disturbit, a garden spider will vibrate the web and try to look largerto discourage predators. If this doesn’t work, it will drop tothe ground and hide.The garden spider will use its venom only as a last resort,because it won’t be able to capture a meal until it can producevenom to replace what was lost.Garden spider venom isn’t toxic to humans, anyway. If one doesbite you, it should cause only brief discomfort and minor rednessin the area bitten.The benefits of having a garden spider in your yard or gardengreatly outweigh the negatives. As opportunistic feeders, theyeat many insect pests, such as moths that can infest your gardenor flies that can invade your home. These magnificent spiders arewelcome alternatives to pesticides.last_img read more

Comedy of Manners: God of Carnage Debuts at Northport’s Engeman Theater

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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The internationally acclaimed God of Carnage is possibly the most unique theatrical offering that I have seen at Northport’s John W. Engeman Theater. The dark farcical comedy makes for uproarious pandemonium and laughter, and the audience (myself included) simply loved it. It is so good that you might want to see it more than once.French playwright Yasmina Reza hones in on one of the universal fears of parenthood—that your child will be hurt by, or might hurt, another child. The play, originally written in Reza’s native tongue and translated into English by Christopher Hampton, has captured the imagination of theatergoers around the world.After its debut performance in 2006, God of Carnage made its way to London where it received the Olivier Award for Best New Play of the Year. Its 2009 stint on Broadway boasting a stellar cast, including James Gandolfini, garnered three Tony Awards. Since then, it has graced stages in Spain, Ireland, Serbia and Croatia, to name a few.The play is set in the Cobble Hill section of Brooklyn. After another boy breaks two of their 11-year-old son’s teeth during a playground brawl, Veronica and Michael go where angels fear by inviting the parents of aggressor to their home to discuss the incident. Although we never meet the boys, Henry and Benjamin, whose antics ignite the fuse, it is the parents who entertain us with their unexpected emotional explosions.This unlikely rendezvous is the brainchild of Veronica, an art aficionado with a forthcoming book on the Darfur. Her husband, Michael, is a wholesale distributor of household goods. The other set of parents are Alan, a well-to-do lawyer with international clientele and Annette, who simply says that she is into wealth management.It all starts out with polite, amicable conversation in Veronica and Michael’s posh living room. In the name of peaceful coexistence, mouthwatering clafouti, a fruity French dessert, is served and expensive yellow tulips adorn vases.Yet these niceties cannot mask the fact that the couples are understandably very wary of each other and looking for holes in each others’ polished façades. The best laid plans go horribly astray as the meeting progresses and at a delightfully dizzying pace.It seems that no clafouti, no matter how delicious, can pacify the god of carnage, whom Alan explains has reigned supreme since the dawn of time and unleashes our basest and most primitive instincts.Alan turns out to be right. In short order, the thin veil of civility is pierced, and the couples are at each other’s throats. Reza’s script is replete with clever, hilarious surprises and shifting marital allegiances that animate the set, especially after a bottle of primo rum is uncorked. Kudos to Richard Dolce for his impeccable directing of this talented cast whose performances requires split second comedic timing. This is ensemble work at its best.Which is the funniest scenario? I’ll hint at them. Who had done a hamster wrong? What happens after Annette—understandably a bundle of nerves—upchucks on a collection of  Veronica’s treasured coffee table books displayed like window dressing in the living room? How do the characters change after imbibing that primo rum?Nancy Lemenager is ideal as the highbrow art lover who has unrealistic expectations about human nature and does not recognize a highly combustible situation when she sees one. Mickey Solis is hilarious as Michael, Veronica’s polar opposite, a man who proudly announces that he is “not a member of polite society,” but rather a Neanderthal.Alan (Chris Kipiniak) skillfully fits the bill as the prototypical lawyer who is welded to his cell phone and more concerned with advising a pharmaceutical company on their defense against charges of a dangerous drug than dealing with his son’s conduct. His wife, Annette (Alet Taylor), who first appears to be the most restrained of the foursome, is emboldened and comes out fighting after some of that rum enters her system. It made for some very funny and feel-good moments.Stephen Dobay’s set—decorated with the minimalist flair—makes it the perfect venue for maximal action. Showcased is a large-scale wooden sculpture created from found objects à la Louise Nevelson, one of the most influential and distinguished sculptors of the 20th century. Painted a monochromatic dark gray, the disparate pieces that compose the sculpture become unified textural content. Splashes of red, white and black further enliven the room’s décor.It is pure eye candy. Bravo, Mr. Dobay!God of Carnage runs through March 6. Tickets can be purchased at the theater’s box office, 250 Main St, Northport, by calling 261-2900 or by visiting engemantheater.com.  Photo credit from left to right: The performances of Nancy Lemenager, Mickey Solis, Alet Taylor, and  Chris Kipiniak make for uproarious pandemonium in the Engeman Theater’s production of God of Carnage (Photo by Michael DeCristofaro).last_img read more

My credit score dropped, but there were no changes on my report

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first_imgThere are different scoring models and many companies that provide credit scores. Scoring models even change over time as they update how information is processed and a score is calculated. It’s common to see differences in scores from one model to the next. That said, if you see a big drop in your score, it’s usually triggered by something specific. Here are some common reasons why you might see a sudden drop in your credit score, along with what to look for on your report. continue reading » High utilization is a fancy way of saying your credit card account balances may be high compared to your available credit. Lenders like to see that the outstanding total balance on your credit cards is below 30% of what you have available. If your total credit limit across all your cards were $10,000, you’d want to keep your total balances below $3,000 to limit the negative impact on your score. Of course, getting at or close to $0 is best. Low utilization shows lenders that you are a responsible borrower and repay most or all of your purchases quickly. Reported high utilization ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Pandemic could cause deep, uneven recession, group predicts

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first_imgMar 22, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – An influenza pandemic as severe as the great flu of 1918 could cost the United States $683 billion and plunge the American economy into the second-deepest recession since World War II, a nonprofit health advocacy group warned today.If rates of illness and death matched those of 1918—when one third of the population fell ill and 2.5% of those who were sickened died—US production of goods and services could shrink 5.5% in a year, according to an analysis released by the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH).But the pain would not be spread evenly across the country. States whose economies depend on tourism and entertainment would be hit hardest, with losses as large as 8% of their economic production, the group said. But areas that depend on other sectors—from agriculture and finance to real estate and government—might hold their losses to half that much.”Businesses, governments, schools and other sectors could all face serious disruptions,” said Jeff Levi, PhD, executive director of the TFAH, a nonpartisan group that has published several reports on pandemic preparedness.While the analysis released today focuses on the impact of a pandemic on the US economy, the consequences would ripple worldwide, Levi said in a briefing for reporters: “In today’s global economy, almost every aspect of commerce relies directly or indirectly on an interconnected, worldwide network of workers, products and services. A major shock to this network could have serious negative consequences on trade and commerce worldwide.”The TFAH report, “Pandemic Flu and Potential for U.S. Economic Recession,” is the latest in a string of analyses that have attempted to forecast the potential economic impact of a pandemic as severe as the 1918 onslaught.In December 2005, the Congressional Budget Office predicted that a 1918-like pandemic would cut US gross domestic product (GDP) by 5% in a year, while a milder pandemic similar to the worldwide flu of 1968 would shrink the GDP 1.5%.A team from the Australian National University has set the impact of what they call an “ultra” pandemic at 5.5% of GDP in a year, while an analysis by BMO Nesbitt Burns Cooper, a brokerage firm, has forecast a loss of up to 6%.Similar analyses have sought to assess the potential impact on other parts of the world and on the globe as a whole. In November 2005, the Asian Development Bank predicted a loss of 2.3% to 6.5% of GDP just in Asia.In February 2006, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned that the “economic impact is likely to be significant,” without assigning percentage estimates of potential losses, and added, “A severe pandemic could pose risks to the global financial system.” And last winter, World Bank economists predicted a worst-case scenario of a 4.8% decline in global GDP and worldwide losses of up to $1.5 trillion.”What we do know is that it is highly likely that during the peak of a pandemic, even if the mortality rate is low, you are going to have a lot of people not coming to work because they or family members are sick. This will lead to supply side disruptions,” Charles Blitzer of the IMF told CIDRAP News today. “On the demand side, many people will not go out and expose themselves, leading to less demand for nonessentials,” said Blitzer, assistant director in the IMF’s Monetary and Capital Markets Department and coauthor of the Fund’s pandemic-impact report.”Quite a sharp drop in economic activity is likely during the peak of the pandemic, much bigger than the 5 to 6% annual average declines the studies have estimated,” he added. “In all likelihood, once the pandemic wave passes, people will return to work and also catch up with some of their postponed purchases, leading to a spike up in economic activity.”The analysis released today relies on the economic models and assumptions made by the Congressional Budget Office, the Australian National University, and BMO Nesbitt Burns Cooper. It combines predictions of death rates and loss of productivity—due to workers’ illness, family members’ illness, and fear of getting sick—with estimates of the impact on 20 different business sectors.Demand for arts, entertainment, and recreation is likely to drop by 80%, the report estimates, compared with 67% for transportation and warehousing and 10% for agriculture, mining, construction, manufacturing, finance, and education.It is the first pandemic economic forecast to break down potential impact by state, Levi said.The hardest-hit states are likely to be those whose economies rely on entertainment, tourism, and food service, the report says. Entertainment mecca Nevada would fare the worst, losing 8% of its GDP and $9 billion in a single year. Nevada would be closely followed by other high-tourism states: Hawaii (6.6% loss, $3.6 billion), Alaska (6.59% loss, $2.6 billion), Wyoming (6.4% loss, $1.7 billion), and Nebraska (6.22% loss, $4.4 billion).The states at the lowest risk of major losses would be those with diverse economies, as well as those that depend on the services most likely to be in use during a pandemic, such as healthcare and government. Governments are busier during crises, Levi said, and use of healthcare is likely to rise during a pandemic, even though healthcare workers would be at higher risk of contracting the flu and missing work.Leading the list of least-impacted places is Washington, DC, which would risk 4.62% of its GDP and lose potentially $3.8 billion. Close behind come Maryland (5.09% loss, $12.5 billion), Virginia (5.13% loss, $18.1 billion), New York (5.2% loss, $49.8 billion), and Massachusetts (5.2% loss, $16.9 billion).The TFAH recommends a menu of actions to mitigate a pandemic’s potential economic impact, from improving state pandemic plans to encouraging continuity planning for business sectors as well as individual businesses. It will be particularly important to address the healthcare needs of the underinsured and uninsured who may forgo healthcare or come to work while ill, perhaps by creating a temporary entitlement such as a national “emergency health benefit,” the group says.See also:TFAH statement with link to full report and related materialhttp://healthyamericans.org/reports/flurecession/last_img read more

Arsenal defender David Luiz open to return to Brazil in the future

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first_img Emery reacts to Arsenal’s 1-0 loss to Sheffield UnitedTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 6:38FullscreenEmery reacts to Arsenal’s 1-0 loss to Sheffield Unitedhttps://metro.co.uk/video/emery-reacts-arsenals-1-0-loss-sheffield-united-2032306/This is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.MORE: David Luiz confident Unai Emery will improve Arsenal’s leaky defenceMORE: David Luiz insists Arsenal can challenge for the Premier League title this season Luiz started his playing career in his home country of Brazil (Picture: AP)David Luiz is open to a return to Brazil, but insisted he has no plans to leave Arsenal.The centre-back only joined Arsenal from Chelsea during the summer transfer window, but has hardly been an instant hit with the Emirates faithful.At 32 years old, Luiz is believed to be a short-term solution to Arsenal’s defensive woes and was asked if he had any desire to return to Brazil.‘I, today, have no such plan. I don’t have that as a goal. But we never know, football goes very fast,’ David Luiz told ESPN Brasil.ADVERTISEMENT Coral BarryThursday 24 Oct 2019 1:56 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.9kShares Luiz only joined Arsenal last summer (Picture: Getty)‘What makes me happy is to see the quality of Brazilian football. You see Jorge Jesus with Flamengo, and the great players like Felipe, Rafinha, Gerson, Gabigol, who’s back shining as he always shone at first at Santos.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘Then you see Renato’s Grêmio, who have been playing great football for many years.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘So without a doubt, I’m happy for our football,’ he continued.‘I am glad about the ever-growing quality. I’m sincere to say that today I don’t have this idea.‘I have a two-year contract with Arsenal. Advertisement Arsenal defender David Luiz open to return to Brazil in the future Luiz has struggled for consistency at Arsenal (Picture: Reuters)‘I have my ambitions and goals here with Arsenal, so I came here. But we never know in the future.’Luiz started his playing career in Brazil, playing at youth level for Sao Paulo and Vitoria, before joining Benfica in 2007.Arsenal are in the midst of a difficult spell of form after defeat to Sheffield United on Monday, but the Gunners are fifth in the Premier League, just two points off fourth spot. Comment Advertisementlast_img read more

Cost of Brisbane land lots fall 14pc as blocks shrink across the capital

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first_img6 & 8 Nabeel Place, Calamvale, was part of a 1,400sq m site that was split and re-split to see the development land gross profit of $500,000.THE cost of residential land in Brisbane fell a massive 14 per cent last year with lots on the Gold Coast now more expensive than the Queensland capital. But the devil’s in the detail.New data by Oliver Hume found buying a block in Brisbane set buyers back $358,500 at the end of last year – a median price drop of 14 per cent in just 12 months.Land on the Gold Coast was $25,700 more expensive than Brisbane, according to the latest Oliver Hume Quarterly Market Insights, with the glitter strip pulling off an 8 per cent rise in median lot price to $384,200.But Oliver Hume senior research analyst Amanda Bittenbinder said Brisbane’s massive median price decrease was not because of a struggling market but the type of blocks that were coming to market.“The Brisbane market is shifting towards smaller lot sizes, due to land availability and affordability,” she told The Courier-Mail.“Our data shows that 48 per cent of project land sales in Brisbane over Q4 2017 were between 301-400sq m whereas the Gold Coast recorded 52 per cent of sales over 500sq m.”She said the Gold Coast had a higher median lot size than Brisbane.Broken down, the data showed “the rate per sqm in Brisbane was $899/sq m in Q4, whereas the Gold Coast recorded $513/sq m – that’s a difference of $386 per sq m”.In the December quarter alone, 1,956 lots were sold in South East Queensland, a fall of 5.5 per cent that had more to do with stock availability than demand.Agent Tom Zhang of Yong Real Estate said demand was outstripping supply in Brisbane.One of his recent sales included 6 and 8 Nabeel Place, Calamvale, which was part of a larger 1,400sq m block that a developer had bought for $1.1m.“A developer bought it, they subdivided the rear 800sq m out and further subdivided that into two 400sq m blocks. For 400sq m that was selling for over $400,000 each. Those two blocks at the back sold for $800,000 and he still has the front house that will sell for more than $800,000. So his total income of over $1.6m minus development costs still ends up a fantastic return in a short period of time.” 122 Roscommon Road, Boondall, was split in two with each block on the market for over $350,000.He said “small to medium developers are so hungry for this type of product”.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago“It’s easy to sell the land. The normal homebuyer can’t afford big blocks but a 400sq m block they might be able to. The worry now is the low supply of empty blocks of land in Brisbane and in the southern suburbs like Sunnybank and Calamvale.”Redland – which includes mainland suburbs like Capalaba and Alexandra Hills as well as island suburbs like North Stradbroke and Coochiemudlo Island – had SEQ’s third highest block cost. Its median land lot was $312,000, a figure that had dropped 3 per cent last year.Popular Moreton Bay – which covers a large area including Caboolture and Redcliffe – saw a 4 per cent fall to $238,000, while the second cheapest land lots in SEQ came out of Logan where the median was holding steady at $230,475.The cheapest place to buy land in the region was Ipswich ($199,500), though that’s changing rapidly with the area posting the second highest cost increase last year (4 per cent).Despite low retail land supply and strengthening demand, the median land lot price in Queensland was fell slightly to $260,500, the Oliver Hume report said – mostly because of shrinking block sizes. Median Retail Lot Price: Moreton Bay $238,000 (-4%)Redland $312,000 (-3%)Logan $230,475 (0%)Brisbane $358,500 (-14%)Ipswich $199,500 (4%)Gold Coast $384,200 (8%) (Source: Oliver Hume) FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOKlast_img read more

Lithuanian pension funds rebound from dismal third quarter

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first_imgSince the end of 2014, the numbers of second-pillar providers has shrunk from eight to six, and the number of funds from 26 to 21 following DNB’s takeover of two funds earlier run by ERGO, and subsequently INVL Asset Management consolidating and rebranding its MP Pensions Baltic and Finasta funds.Over the year, membership of the second pillar grew by 4.9% to 1.21m and assets by 13.5% to €2.1bn.Of the €252m asset increase, some €137m came from the 2% base contribution, €46.5m from investment activities, €37m from the additional budget contribution (at 1% of average gross annual wages) and €31.5m from the 1% in members’ additional contributions.In 2016-19, assets will get a further boost as the additional budget and members’ contributions both rise to 2%.In the smaller third pillar, returns averaged 4.12% in the fourth quarter and 3.62% for the year, and, as was the case with the second-pillar funds, higher equity levels generated superior returns.The five high-risk funds averaged 4.85% for 2015 and the four medium-risk ones 3.33%, while the conservative funds returned 1.66%.There was a wider performance spread than in the second pillar, with two medium-risk funds and one conservative plan generating negative returns.Membership of the third pillar grew by 18.5% to 47,333, and assets by 7.3% to €61.5m. A strong fourth-quarter performance enabled Lithuania’s pension funds to offset the third quarter’s dismal returns and generate investment growth in 2015.According to data from the Bank of Lithuania (BoL), the sector’s regulator, nominal returns for the voluntary second-pillar funds averaged 3.5% in the fourth quarter and 3.61% for the full year, compared with 7.78% in 2014.All four classes of second-pillar fund produced 12-month positive returns in 2015.The four high-risk funds, with up to 100% invested in equities, generated the best average result, of 6.64%, followed by the seven medium-risk funds (with equity limits of 50-70%) at 3.63%, the four low-risk funds with 25-30% equity investment at 3.08% and the six conservative bond funds at 1.24%.last_img read more

Franbo Lines Buys Supramax from Taiwan Navigation

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first_imgTaiwanese shipping company Franbo Lines Corp has inked a contract to buy a 51,000 dwt bulk carrier from compatriot company Taiwan Navigation. Scheduled to be delivered by the end of November 2017, the unnamed bulker will become the company’s largest ship.Franbo Lines will pay USD 8.55 million for the 15-year-old Supramax which is expected to increase the company’s profit margins.Although its name was not disclosed, the ship is likely to be the 51,000 dwt Tai Harvest. Built at Oshima shipyard in Japan in 2002, Tai Harvest was sold by Taiwan Navigation to an unknown party in late September, VesselsValue’s data shows.The newest purchase brings Franbo Lines’ fleet to twelve vessels ranging from 7,000 dwt to 46,500 dwt.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

Chart opens LNG station for Bisek-Asfalt in Poland

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first_imgImage courtesy of ChartU.S. LNG equipment maker Chart Industries said its unit, Chart Ferox, has opened an LNG vehicle fueling station in Kostomloty, Poland. The station has been engineered and built by Chart Ferox for Bisek-Asfalt that owns and will also operate the facility.It will service Bisek-Asfalt’s own fleet, as well as other companies in the region, Chart said in its statement.Commenting during the opening of the LNG fueling station, Bisek-Asfalt’s chairman Michal Bisek, noted the company intends to expand its fleet of LNG trucks to 50 within the next 12 months.It was also noted that Chart has been selected by the company for the construction of the next LNG facility.Bisek-Asfalt recently signed a deal with its compatriot Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) for the delivery over 1,000 tons of LNG as fuel for its current fleet. The two companies also agreed to develop a new LNG station. PGNiG will supply LNG from the President Lech Kaczyński LNG terminal in Świnoujście.last_img read more

Lambunao family battling virus logs 7th COVID case

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first_img* 70-year-old female (region’s Patient No. 29) This family member, a 33-year-old female, isthe town’s and her family’s seventh case. * 41-year-old male (region’s Patient No. 28) She is also Western Visayas’ latest (Patient No. 58), according to theDepartment of Health (DOH). These family members are currently on homequarantine. Theirs is a case of home virus transmission. Lambunao newest COVID-19 case is Iloiloprovince’s 19th case – and one of three new cases in the region yesterday. The other cases in this Lambunao family werethe following: * Negros Occ. – four People cancatch COVID-19 from others who have the virus. The disease can spread fromperson to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth which are spreadwhen a person with COVID-19 coughs or exhales. * Iloilo province – 19 * 44-year-old female (region’s Patient No. 25) Lambunao’s first COVID-19 case was a70-year-old male. Also this region’s Patient No. 16, he died. * Iloilo City – seven/PN ILOILO – Another family member of Lambunao’sfirst confirmed case of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) tested positive forthe SARS-CoV-2 virus. Here’s the breakdown of Region 6’s COVID-19cases as of April 24: The two other new cases were a 38-year-oldmale from Silay City, Negros Occidental (region’s Patient No. 56) and a50-year-old male from Candoni, Negros Occidental (region’s Patient No. 57). * Antique – nine These recoveries brought to 14 the totalnumber of Region 6 patients who overcame the illness. * Aklan – six * 39-year-old female (region’s Patient No. 27) * 48-year-old female (region’s Patient No. 30) * Capiz – five * Guimaras – zero The woman , not showing symptoms of COVID-19such as fever and cough, is on home quarantine, said Dr. Renilyn Reyes, head ofDOH Region 6’s public health program development cluster chief . DOH-6 also reported three patients who haverecovered. These were Patient No. 17 (a 44-year-old male from Jaro, IloiloCity), Patient No. 24 (a 66-year-old female from Kalibo, Aklan) and Patient No.32 (a 40-year-old male from Kalibo, Aklan). * Bacolod City – eight Thesedroplets also land on objects and surfaces around the person. Other people thencatch COVID-19 by touching these objects or surfaces, then touching their eyes,nose or mouth. last_img read more