NEWS DIGEST 24.11.2021: Doctors catch corona at anti-vaccine conference

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Seven anti-vaccine doctors fell sick after gathering earlier this month for a Florida “summit” at which alternative treatments for Covid-19 were discussed. Head event organizer, Dr. John Littell, an Ocala family physician, also told the Daily Beast six other doctors among 800 to 900 participants at the event also tested positive or developed Covid-19 symptoms “within days of the conference”. The US Food and Drug Administration has not authorized or approved ivermectin as a Covid treatment and has said clinical trials are continuing. Dr. Bruce Boros, an attendee at the event, has claimed ivermectin is “working where it’s being used around the world” as a Covid treatment. Use of animal ivermectin for the prevention or treatment of Covid-19 in humans is dangerous – Seven doctors contract Covid after attending Florida anti-vaccine summit (The Guardian – World – US)

Ball seemed to be attracted to him in the second half as Villarreal began to fling in a few crosses. Stood up well to the task and tried to play out from the back. Had to play a new role, shuffling across to left midfield when United were out of possession. Lead the press in the first half and played a more advanced role in the second half, but as United retreated under pressure he drifted out of the game. Playing more right midfield than right-wing, so not seen as an attacking force all that much. One excellent bit of link play with Fernandes when he should have scored but buried his second chance. Injected some fizz into United’s attacking play and they improved when he came on – Man United player ratings vs Villarreal: Jadon Sancho and Fred good in victory (Manchester Evening News – Sport – Football – Player ratings)

Wintry showers and hill snow will hit the UK as far south as Wales and East Anglia later this week as temperatures plunge and gales reach up to 80mph in Scotland and northeastern areas – and 50-60mph elsewhere. Snow will start from later tomorrow and showers could fall as snow tomorrow through to Thursday. On Friday there will be a lot of rain in northeast Scotland and over the highlands that could fall as snow. As the temperature drops off through Friday night there’s a chance we could see snow falling over higher ground in Wales, the Pennines and a dash across East Anglia. It said the showers will turn ‘wintry over high ground’, with the Met Office agreeing there will be ‘some hill snow at times’ later this week – Prepare for a WHITE WEEKEND: Met Office says snow will fall as far south as Wales and East Anglia by FRIDAY as they issue yellow wind warnings for 80mph gales to sweep Britain (MailOnline News)

At around 01:30hrs on Wednesday, 1 July 2020, Simon Whisker, who lived locally, had been sitting drinking with a friend in London Road, Croydon when he became involved in an altercation with a group of four males. Simon was subjected to a brutal attack by the males who left him injured, lying in the street. London Ambulance Service attended and Simon attended hospital but left following treatment. Simon’s father, Derek Whisker, said: “My family are devastated by Simon’s death and we are finding it very hard to deal with the situation.” “I am Simon’s father and I am trying to stay strong for my family’s wellbeing. I’m finding things very hard to deal with. If you recognise the suspects on CCTV please speak to the police.”CCTV issued in appeal to trace four males following assault in Croydon (Metropolitan Police – News)

Lionel Messi admits he has been ‘impressed’ by how well Cristiano Ronaldo has started life back at Manchester United this season. The Portuguese ace re-joined United in the summer transfer window after a late intervention from the club to prevent him from joining their fierce domestic rivals Man City. Messi will be in action against City in the Champions League on Wednesday night and ahead of the match he was asked about his great rival Ronaldo since they both moved clubs in the summer. Ronaldo has netted nine goals in 14 appearances for United so far this season while the Argentine has scored four in nine games since he moved to Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona. Messi has praised his great rival for the manner in which he took back to life in English football and he also praised the squad depth of managerless United – Lionel Messi delivers verdict on Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United (Manchester Evening News – Sport – Football – Lionel Messi)

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