Ly Na, from Da Nang’s Thanh Khe District, is happy the coronavirus outbreak has been put under control and social distancing gradually eased. She and her family members flocked to the beach Friday morning after 45 hot and dry days.
“It’s been a huge effort for the entire population of this country to get the disease down to the levels that we are currently seeing, but we do not want reinfection and that’s why we’ve got to keep a very, very close eye on the data in destinations around the world.”
Da Nang, Vietnam’s Covid-19 hotspot, has gone 13 days without new domestic infections while nearly 72,000 people representing local families tested negative for the novel coronavirus, the city’s Steering Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Fighting said Wednesday.
“The first thing that came to my mind was that I just wanted my son and his friends to be out of the water … I couldn’t feel my body at all, I was completely frozen, I was blank, he told 9 News. “I started screaming to my son to get out of the water.”
The man, believed to be in his 50s, had been riding the waves at Greenmount Beach on Australia’s Gold Coast when he was killed by the predator.
Her rescuers stayed until police arrived and told La Verdad de Murcia: “When we came level with the cove from the mountain side, we saw there was a man and a woman on the sand.
Spain’s 14-day incidence rate of coronavirus is 196.4 cases per 100,000 people – the highest across the EU/EEA and UK area – according to the latest data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.
The teenagers had gone to the San Lorenzo Beach in northern Spain on Tuesday afternoon, when they went in to the water, despite yellow flags warning of potentially high surf or dangerous currents.
The measures imposed immediately also include closure of public spaces, restriction of access to residences for the elderly, suspension of all kinds of cultural, social and sports activities organised by the island’s government, closure of libraries and educational centres.
Former FBI profiler Jim Clemente, along with forensic scientist Henry Lee, former chief investigator James Kolar and forensic pathologist Dr Werner Spitz, revealed that they believe Ramsey hit his sister over the head with a flashlight after a petty row over food.