July 10, 2020 Press Release, Public Health Governor Tom Wolf released a weekly status update detailing the state’s mitigation efforts based on the COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring System Dashboard comparing the seven-day period of July 3 – July 9 to the previous seven days, June 26 – July 2.The dashboard is designed to provide early warning signs of factors that affect the state’s mitigation efforts. The data available on the dashboard includes week-over-week case differences, incidence rates, test percent-positive rates, and rates of hospitalizations, ventilations and emergency room visits tied to COVID-19.“By looking at both statewide status and individual county status, we can take steps to stop increases before they become critical,” Gov. Wolf said. “One thing we know for certain is that we must continue to wear masks and practice social distancing. Risky behavior such as going out without a mask and congregating at a bar or in a crowded setting where social distancing isn’t being practiced are leading to spikes in cases and higher percent-positive rates.”As of Thursday, July 9, the state has seen a seven-day case increase of 4,914; the previous seven-day increase was 4,359.While the statewide percent-positivity rate is at 4.4%, counties with concerning percent-positivity rates include Allegheny (7.9%), Beaver (6.3%), Butler (5.5%), Clarion (14.6%), Fayette (5.2%), Greene (5.4%), Lawrence (5.8%), Lebanon (5.6%), Philadelphia (5.1%), Washington (7.2%), Westmoreland (5.4%) and York (6.3%). Each of these counties bears watching as the state continues to monitor all available data.Today, the Department of Health updated its travel recommendations and frequently asked questions, originally announced on July 2, to include Delaware, Iowa, Kansas and Oklahoma on the list of states recommended for domestic travelers returning from to quarantine for 14 days upon return to Pennsylvania.Gov. Wolf continues to prioritize the health and safety of Pennsylvanians through the COVID-19 pandemic. Pennsylvanians should continue to take actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, regardless of the status of their county. This includes wearing a mask or face covering anytime they are in public. COVID-19 has been shown to spread easily in the air and contagious carriers can be asymptomatic.Ver esta página en español. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Dashboard Data Confirms Need for Masking, Social Distancing
28 Marron Cres, MundingburraMore from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The master bedroom and his and her robes with an ensuite bathroom featuring marble toiles.The timber deck spans the entire length of the house while downstairs there is room for a storage, a built-in bar, climate-controlled lockup cellar and multipurpose area.Outside there is an in-ground swimming pool and onsite bore with irrigation.A fold-down loft ladder leads to an attach which contains a backup generator and security system. 28 Marron Cres, Mundingburra“There is a limited amount of properties that back on to Anderson park and it’s pretty special that kids can just walk through the back gate and their in that huge park.“It’s got that California bungalow style and it’s upheld it’s traditional roots with casement windows, the massive deck and all the bedrooms have really large proportions.” 28 Marron Cres, MundingburraA 1900s character-filled house positioned on a huge block fronting Anderson Park will be sold under the hammer.28 Marron Cres, Mundingburra has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and four car spaces and is on a 1963 sqm block.The charming house is filled with historic features and has been nicknamed “Isla Verde” by it’s owners which is Spanish for “The Green Island”. 28 Marron Cres, Mundingburra“It’s great for entertaining but also great for simply relaxing and reading a book by the pool in the shad underneath the big trees, “ Mrs Rhen said.“It was our forever home but now our circumstances have changed so it’s time to pass the baton to someone else who will hopefully love it as much as we have.“It’s a home with a big heart and it just has that sense of belonging.”Keyes & Co Property Townsville owner Damien Keyes said the house had attracted plenty of interest with more than 30 groups of people turning up to the first open home.“It has definitely captivated the market,” he said. 28 Marron Cres, MundingburraMrs Rhen said the property provided a great lifestyle.Her and her husband would walk through the back gate to take their two border collies for a walk and come back for margaritas by the pool or enjoy happy hour on the deck.They used the huge backyard to throw parties with as many as 80 people seated along long tables under the property’s majestic raintrees. 28 Marron Cres, MundingburraOwner Mari Rhen has lived in the house for the past 14 years with her husband and said the property instantly stole their hearts.“We fell in love with it when we first saw it and as soon as we walked in we said ‘this is it’,” she said.“We were not at all planning to purchase our forever home at the time but when we walked in and then saw the backyard it was just like we’d entered paradise.”The house has four kingsize bedrooms while three have direct access to the deck through french doors. 28 Marron Cres, MundingburraCouncil records show that it was relocated from North Ward in the 1970s and then extensively renovated in the 1990s while it’s been impeccably maintained and further renovated by the current owners.It’s position next to the botanic gardens and the use of bore water provide lush, green surroundings including giant raintrees which shade the yard. Despite multiple renovations the house is filled with character features which nod towards the property’s history.
Sharing is caring! 11 Views no discussions HealthLifestyle The Five Hidden Signs Of Stress by: – October 5, 2011 Tweet Share Share Share More often than not, life is full of frustrating hassles, deadlines and demands that lead to stress on a daily basis. Many people experience stress on a daily basis. While stress can be a motivating force that helps you perform under pressure, too much of it is bad for you. Stress has been shown to play a role in digestive problems like irritable bowel syndrome and even cardiovascular disease and stroke. Additionally, women are especially prone to stress during menopause, which causes hormone levels to fluctuate. If you often feel overwhelmed, your stress level is probably unreasonably high. Educating yourself about the signs and symptoms of stress is the first step towards reducing its negative mind/body effects. Here are five signs that you’re too stressed out:Pain In Your Jaw. If you’re experiencing jaw pain, it could be because you’ve been clenching your jaw muscles. This is something people tend to do when they are feeling tense or anxious, and it can happen while you’re awake or asleep. You also may be grinding your teeth, which can lead to a similar pain. A mouth guard can be useful for this. In general, it helps a lot to be aware of what you’re experiencing, so that you can get to the root of why you’re feeling tense. In the meantime, focus on relaxing your jaw when you feel yourself tensing up. Itchy Skin. Stress brings about changes in the immune cells found in the skin, causing them to become activated. That can result in itchy skin and rashes. Stress can make certain skin conditions — psoriasis, rosacea, and eczema – even worse . If your skin has been itching lately, consider the level of stress in your life, and take steps to minimize it. You might also want to visit a dermatologist, who can treat your condition with a cream or lotion Eye Twitch. Though the exact cause of eye twitching is unknown, it can be a sign that you need to take a break and relax. Sometimes a twitch will go away following a good night’s sleep, but it can last as long as three weeks. Fatigue and excessive caffeine intake are the other main contributors to eye twitching. Reducing the cause of the stress is the main thing that will lead the twitching to stop.Sore Gums. Stress raises levels of the stress hormone cortisol, increasing the likelihood of inflammation throughout your body, including your gums. It can also weaken your immune system, leading to a buildup of bacteria in the mouth that can cause gum irritation and inflammation. In addition to brushing your teeth and flossing regularly, boost your immune system by eating a balanced diet, getting enough sleep, and taking a multivitamin. Nausea. Severe stress can often lead to an upset stomach. High levels of stress have been shown to increase the likelihood of getting stomachaches, partly because hormones are released into the stomach as a result of stress or anxiety. The body produces the fight-or-flight response in reaction to stress, leading to heart palpitations and surges of adrenaline. Exercise can be a great way to combat the effects of stress-induced nausea. Diet also plays a role, so try to drink less coffee and steer clear of spicy foods.by ThirdAge.com
Real Madrid got their first three points of the La Liga campaign after a scintillating display against Pepe Mel’s Real Betis at the Bernabeu.Los Blancos boss Rafael Benitez had come under severe criticism for favoring a defensive style of football but his side responded in tremendous fashionGareth Bale and James Rodriguez both scored twice and Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas saved a penalty as Rafa Benitez’s side thrashed Real Betis.Navas’ name echoed around the Santiago Bernabeu after one fine first half save and even more loudly in the second half when he blocked Ruben Castro’s spot-kick. Benzema added a fifth to put a gloss on Madrid’s performance.At the Camp Nou, Barca were made to sweat for their win over Malaga on Saturday night. The Andalusians who were went unbeaten against Barcelona last season proved tough opponents for Luis Enrique’s side again.The threat posed by the attacking trio of Suarez, Messi and Neymar were all nullified either by Kameni’s brilliance or last ditch tackles.A late strike from Thomas Vermaelen in only his fourth official appearance for Barcelona earned the Blaugrana all three points which effectively meant Luis Enrique has now won against every team he has faced as Barcelona coach. Jackson Martínez came off the bench to score his first Atlético Madrid goal in a 3-0 win over Sevilla at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium.Spain international Koke scored the opener 10 minutes before the interval and Martínez’s introduction as a 78th-minute substitute to replace Fernando Torres paid dividends to the tune of two further goals.He had been on the pitch a matter of seconds when Gabi’s deflected effort beat Beto to make it 2-0 and Martínez found the net following a one-two with Antoine Griezmann.Eibar 2-0 Athletic BilbaoEibar recorded a first ever league victory over Athletic Bilbao to go joint top of the Primera Division.Saul Berjon opened the scoring from the penalty spot while Adrian Gonzalez scored his first goal for his new club in the second half to cap a 2-0 win for Jose Mendilibar’s side, following a 3-1 success at Granada in their season curtain raiser. Valencia 1-1 DeportivoValencia and Deportivo La Coruna are still searching for their first Primera Division win of the season after playing out a 1-1 draw at the Mestalla stadium on Sunday.Lucas Perez fired Deportivo in front with a spectacular long-range strike on 38 minutes, but their lead lasted only seven minutes as Alvaro Negredo rifled home from close range just before half-time to restore parity.Villareal 3-1 EspanyolRoberto Soldado continued his impressive form on Spanish shores by scoring one and assisting another two as Villarreal beat Espanyol 3-1 in La Liga.He equalised for his side on Friday at El Madrigal after Felipe Caicedo, who was once on Manchester City’s books, put the away side ahead after five minutes. Soldado’s equaliser in the 67th minute was a neat swivelled volley after a lofted pass from the left by Samuel.The game appeared to be heading for a draw until Soldado threaded in Cedric Bakambu, who rounded the goalkeeper and converted from a tight angle. Soldado turned provider once more to settle the match in stoppage time, as he teed up Bakambu for his second goal of the game. Celta Vigo 3-0 VallecanoCelta Vigo continued their 100 percent start to their Primera Division campaign by easing to a 3-0 victory over 10-man Rayo Vallecano.The visitors had goalkeeper Tono sent off when the game was barely 10 minutes old and Nolito converted the subsequent penalty to put Eduardo Berrizo’s side on their way to a second successive victory. The Celta forward struck again early in the second half, while midfielder Andreu Fontas added a third moments before the final whistle.Las Palmas 0-0 LevanteLas Palmas and Levante picked up their points of the season after playing out a goalless draw in the first top flight game at the Estadio Gran Canaria in 12 years.Newly-promoted Las Palmas dominated possession and were the only side to take the initiative over the 90 minutes, but they came unstuck against Lucas Alcaraz’s ultra-defensive unit.Getafe 1-2 Granada Granada picked up their first win of the season after grabbing a controversial 2-1 win at Getafe.The visitors took the lead through a hotly contested penalty converted by Youssef El Arabi on 26 minutes and just moments later Isaac Success increased their advantage.Angel Lafita gave Getafe hope of a comeback by scoring late in the second half but Granada held on for the remaining minutes to take the three points.–Compiled by Kweku Arhin. Follow Kweku on Twitter: @nana_odum. Get more updates on Facebook/Twitter with the #JoySports hashtag