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first_imgJonathas has broken his silence for the Brazilian media Globo, to whom he has explained how the symptoms began and how the advance of the COVID-19 virus was felt throughout his body: “I started to feel fever, a very bad feeling, and, from done, i thought it was just a migraine. Since my head hurt a lot, my body hurt too. But when I got up in the morning (Friday, March 13), I went to talk to the doctor (Dr. César Quesada) and he told me to get tested quickly, because they were all symptoms of the virus. Then test positive. “ Jonathas de Jesus fulfills the first week of positive for Covid-19. The striker was the first Brazilian athlete infected by the virus, although thousands of kilometers away. The player is confined to his residence in Los Arenales del Sol, a coastal hamlet of Elche, from where he enjoys views of the Mediterranean and the Alicante island of Tabarca. And where one of the most complicated moments of his sports career is also happening.The battering ram has spent a hard week, away from his wife and his two daughters, who have stayed in his country and with whom he connects every day through the network or telephone. Last Thursday, on the occasion of Father’s Day, he published in Instagran some videos and images enjoying beautiful moments with his two girls, “My heart hurts because you cannot be with my loves, with my two little princesses,” he said. The Elche player arrived at the Pacheta squad in the winter market in January, after several months without a team. He returned from Vallecas with a slight hamstring muscle injury, but the discomfort he felt throughout his body had nothing to do with it: “As it was, I couldn’t train. Because my body was weak, especially during the first three days, I suffered a lot. I didn’t even have the strength to move. When I went to shower, I almost passed out in the bathroom. It was a very strong pain, I had never felt it. This virus is not a joke. “Now he is starting to feel better, although he is still halfway through the 15-day quarantine that affects, by extension, the entire Elche CF squad. He still has a way to overcome this disease, although he hopes to do it with strength and with the hope of returning to the competition, if LaLiga and the health authorities decide to raise the curtain again this season: “I am better. I have returned to exercise, but I am an athlete and I had a lot of pain, imagine how an older person will feel. So we have to think a lot about Brazil. Because some people are not yet aware of the severity of this virus. “This Sunday, Jonathas has published images of the physical work and the circuits, some with the ball, that he is doing on the private terrace of his house. Time continues to pass and the pandemic continues to advance. As society in general and the world of sport in particular demands: “You have to stay at home.”last_img

Unprecedented for Govt to walk out on Opposition

first_imgDear Editor,The coalition Government (APNU/AFC) qualifies for inclusion in the Guinness Book of World Records. It is the first Government to boycott itself in Parliament– first time that a Government in any part of the world has walked out on (boycott) itself (its own parliamentary sitting). The Government Members of Parliament (MPs) walked out when Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo, the main PPP respondent in the ongoing budget debate, delivered his contribution. The Government asked for the sitting and it asked for the debate. Therefore, it behooved the Government to participate in its own proceedings. For the Government to walk out in its own debate suggests they don’t understand Parliamentary affairs or they don’t care what the opposition says. It is unparliamentary.While the Government may feel that the walk out, or boycott, would embarrass the Opposition Leader, it has embarrassed the Government as the international community is laughing at them. The walkout made news internationally, putting the Government in bad light. In Trinidad where I attended the weekend Hindu Conference, several former and current MPs expressed their shock that the Government boycotted the opposition in parliament. This is a new action. It is unheard of in the parliamentary system. The opposite happened in many countries and is an acceptable act from an opposition– walking out as a form of protest against the Government.A boycott or walkout is an appropriate form of protest; it was used effectively against colonial rule in India by Mahatma Gandhi and other freedom fighters; by Dr King in the US to protest racism against Blavks, against apartheid rule in South Africa, and by us in Guyana during the period of the dictatorship, etc, students boycotted or walked out of classes at UG and at schools during the 1980s to protest against rigged elections, national service, repressive rule, etc. I helped organise a boycott of classes at the Corentyne High School in 1977 when three of my teachers were victimised for guiding us to form a student society.International community pays attention to that form of protest. This form of protest is generally utilised by opposition figures, not the Government in a legislature. So it is unprecedented that the APNU/AFC coalition Government would employ that tactic. In effect, the Government protested and behaved as though it is the opposition and not in charge of the country. It reminds me of a protest that the Helmut Kohl Government in Germany in early 1990s undertook to protest against skin head attacks on immigrants. The same seems to be the case in Guyana when the Government boycotted the Opposition Leader’s response to the budget.It is a matter of principle that the Government listen to the other side in a budget debate. The Opposition Leader and MPs were present in Parliament when the Finance Minister presented the proposed budget. Parliamentary decorum dictates that the Finance Minister listen to the response of all members, particularly the Opposition Leader as he is the main spokesperson for the official opposition. He is not speaking as Jagdeo, but as the representative of the opposition. Parliamentary convention dictates that the Opposition Leader be given equal time as the Finance Minister in responding to the budget and the Government accords respect to the office. To do otherwise, and to not listen to the Opposition Leader, is an insult to the MPs, Parliament, as well as to the nation. The Government owes nation an apology.Yours faithfully,Dr Vishnu Bisramlast_img

30 girls being trained to code, create animations

first_imgTheSome of the girls participating in the trainingdream of becoming a cartoon or application (app) developer is now being realised for several young women who are currently being trained by the Public Telecommunications Ministry to develop their skills.About 30 girls between the ages of 14 and 18 are involved in a code camp, which will help them realise their dreams during a five-week programme.The camp commenced two weeks ago and will wind down by August 23.The Brand Ambassador attached to the Ministry, Samantha Sheoprashad, explained the importance of the camp. According to her, “There are 65 million girls worldwide who are not in school and about 1.4 billion girls who are not educated and we notice that girls are mostly affected, and that is why we chose to focus on girls in coding or girls in programming”.Being a programmer herself, Sheoprashad said she knows for a fact that not many girls are involved in this field, hence, the need to expose them more.Presently, the girls are involved in activities such as scratch and block lead programming, coding, problem solving, storytelling and learning about the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs). They are also being taught how to use programming to solve problems relating to the SDGs.By the end of the classes, Sheoprashad hopes to develop an app, with the girls’ help, to tackle one of the social ills affecting Guyanese. When Guyana Times arrived at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre at Liliendall, Greater Georgetown, where the camp is being held, the girls were busy making a presentation on suicide.One participant, 14-year-old Charlene Wilkinson, who attends Queenstown Secondary School, said the camp has been very “useful” to her, given that it affords her the opportunity to develop her computer skills. The teen said she is most happy with the fact that she can now help others in this area. She said, “So far, we have been learning about programming, learning to code, and my experience with the other girls has been fun as we share our ideas and learn from each other”.Another 14-year-old student, N-Tasha Jones, also of Queenstown Secondary, explained, “I find the programme educational because it taught me more about computers, so it will build up my skills. So far, I have learnt about animations, how to write a simple document in word and building a presentation”.In addition to Queenstown Secondary, girls are also participating from schools such as St Joseph High, East Ruimveldt, Lodge and St Mary’s Secondary.At the end of the programme, they will be awarded with a certificate. This is the Ministry’s second annual Girls’ Code Camp.last_img

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