Bruno Fernandes named Premier League Player of the Month for February | Football News | Sky Sports

Bruno Fernandes played in every minute of Manchester United’s three Premier League matches in February Bruno Fernandes has capped his impressive start to life at Manchester United by being named as the Premier League’s Player of the Month for February. The Portuguese midfielder moved to Old Trafford from Sporting Lisbon>>>

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Coronavirus: Washing hands is not easy when you have no running water

“If stopping working to keep hands clean spreads coronavirus, I assume everyone here will certainly get it since we do not have very easy access to water to clean our hands,” claims Nonceba Ndlebe.She lives in the Island informal negotiation in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. The numerous families in this high-density>>>

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Coronavirus: Reports of lengthy lines, shelves running low at several Ontario grocery stores | Globalnews.ca

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow in the Greater Toronto Area and Canada, residents are flocking to local grocery stores with shoppers reporting long lines and a diminishing number of items on shelves. On Twitter Thursday evening, four out of the top five trending topics in Toronto>>>

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Football: Arsenal manager Arteta tests positive for coronavirus – CNA

LONDON: Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has tested positive for the coronavirus, prompting the Premier League to announce they will hold an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss future fixtures. Arsenal have closed their training ground as a result of Arteta’s positive test, with Gunners players and club staff who had recent>>>

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Why is Bernie losing? Because he’s not running against a woman | Salon.com

On Tuesday night, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont did something out of character for a politician: He stayed silent. Sanders needed to meet or outperform his election results from his 2016 Democratic primary race against Hillary Clinton, especially in Midwestern states like Michigan and Missouri. He didn’t. Instead he saw his share of the>>>

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‘Contagion,’ Steven Soderbergh’s 2011 Thriller, Is Climbing Up the Charts – The New York Times

The virus in the Soderbergh movie, called MEV-1, began in Asia and is conveniently transferred via touch. (Anybody that views it will certainly never ever consider a doorknob similarly once again.) The first signs and symptom is a hacking cough. (Looters ahead: MEV-1 obtains Ms. Paltrow, person absolutely no in>>>

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Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool selection dilemmas for FA Cup tie at Chelsea | Football News | Sky Sports

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has several selection headaches for his side’s trip to Chelsea in the FA Cup on Tuesday Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been tight-lipped on who may start against Chelsea in the FA Cup fifth round on Tuesday night, with the German facing a number of selection>>>

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