South Tangerang achieves 88 percent compliance rate with COVID-19 protocols

first_imgNevertheless, the city has made some exceptions, such as allowing places of worship to reopen under required health protocols. “All these health protocols must be applied to prevent us from contracting or transmitting COVID-19,” Suharno said. According to South Tangerang COVID-19 task force data, the city had recorded 480 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 37 deaths as of Saturday.Meanwhile, Banten has recorded 1,719 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 85 deaths as of Saturday.(trn)Topics : Residents of South Tangerang, Banten, have largely adhered to health protocols put in place to curb COVID-19 transmission, with a compliance rate of 88.2 percent, the South Tangerang COVID-19 task force reported on Saturday.“Because of this achievement, the effective reproduction number [Rt] is 0.2,” South Tangerang COVID-19 task force spokesperson Suharno said as quoted by kompas.com.South Tangerang deputy mayor Benyamin Davine previously said the administration would only prepare for a “new normal” if a compliance rate of 90 percent was achieved. last_img read more

Week 11 Fantasy RB Rankings: David Johnson continues falling, Derrius Guice returns

first_imgLISTEN TO THE SN FANTASY WEEK 11 PREVIEW PODCAST BELOWWeek 11 Fantasy RB RankingsThese rankings are for standard, non-PPR leagues.RankPlayer1Christian McCaffrey, CAR vs. ATL2Josh Jacobs, OAK vs. CIN3Ezekiel Elliott, DAL @ DET4Dalvin Cook, MIN vs. DEN5Melvin Gordon, LAC vs. KC (in Mexico)6Le’Veon Bell, NYJ @ WAS7Nick Chubb, CLE vs. PIT8James Conner, PIT @ CLE9Damien Williams, KC vs. LAC (in Mexico)10Marlon Mack, IND vs. JAX11Devin Singletary, BUF @ MIA12Leonard Fournette, JAX @ IND13Todd Gurley, LAR vs. CHI14Alvin Kamara, NO @ TB15David Montgomery, CHI @ LAR16Austin Ekeler, LAC vs. KC (in Mexico)17Mark Ingram, BAL vs. HOU18Joe Mixon, CIN @ OAK19Brian Hill, ATL @ CAR20Carlos Hyde, HOU @ BAL21Ronald Jones, TB vs. NO22Tevin Coleman, SF vs. ARZ23James White, NE @ PHI24Phillip Lindsay, DEN @ MIN25Kalen Ballage, MIA vs. BUF26Kenyan Drake, ARZ @ SF27Miles Sanders, PHI vs. NE28Kareem Hunt, CLE vs. PIT29Sony Michel, NE @ PHI30Raheem Mostert, SF vs. ARZ31Frank Gore, BUF @ MIA32Derrius Guice, WAS vs. NYJ33Royce Freeman, DEN @ MIN34Duke Johnson Jr., HOU @ BAL35Adrian Peterson, WAS vs. NYJ36David Johnson, ARZ @ SF37Ty Johnson, DET vs. DAL38Peyton Barber, TB vs. NO39Jaylen Samuels, PIT @ CLE40Nyheim Hines, IND vs. JAX41Latavius Murray, NO @ TB42J.D. McKissic, DET vs. DAL43Tony Pollard, DAL @ DET44Tarik Cohen, CHI @ LAR45Jay Ajayi, PHI vs. NE46Gus Edwards, BAL vs. HOU47Alexander Mattison, MIN vs. DEN48Dare Ogunbowale, TB vs. NO49Darrel Williams, KC vs. LAC (in Mexico)50Jordan Wilkins, IND vs. JAX51Malcolm Brown, LAR vs. CHI52Rex Burkhead, NE @ PHI53Giovani Bernard, CIN @ OAK WEEK 11 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerFantasy owners are also understandably worried about Alvin Kamara (@ TB) after his no-show in Week 10. A matchup against Tampa doesn’t figure to help his cause, but at least he looked healthy last week. He remains a high-end RB2 in our rankings, but obviously more touches will be needed.WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endIt’s not all bad news for RBs. The Chargers (vs. Chiefs in Mexico) and Bills (@ Dolphins) committees have favorable matchups, giving us at least three viable starters. Derrius Guice (vs. Jets) is expected to return from a knee injury that’s kept him out almost all season, though a tough matchup and the presence of Adrian Peterson dims our excitement there. WEEK 11 DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPPKareem Hunt (vs. Steelers) looked good with 11 touches in his season debut, often playing alongside Nick Chubb. If the Browns can keep finding creative ways to get Hunt the ball, he’ll be a FLEX most weeks. Brian Hill (@ Panthers) is also in a good spot even if Freeman does play, as he should see half the RB touches in a highly favorable matchup. (Update: Freeman is not expected to play.)MORE WEEK 11 DFS: Values | Stacks | Lineup BuilderLast week felt like a down one for RBs, and the outlook for this one is the same. It might be one of those weeks where going with a “high-floor” option is your best bet. There will be some big runs and cheap touchdowns, so swinging for the fences is never a bad strategy either, but clearly big days will be tough to come by. Reminder: These rankings will be adjusted throughout week, so check back often for the latest updates and analysis!MORE WEEK 11:Waiver wire | FAAB planner | Trade values | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff SOS The byes hit our Week 11 fantasy RB rankings hard, taking Saquon Barkley, Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams, Chris Carson, and Derrick Henry from fantasy owners. That’s four RB1s and a solid RB2. James Conner and Devonta Freeman (and likely a few others) figure to be “questionable”, at best, and several committee backs face tough matchups. All of this is making viable starters tough to find, as injury replacements only go so far. The good news? Kalen Ballage is available on most waiver wires, so…OK, that’s not really good news. Ballage did have 20 carries last week and has a favorable matchup (vs. Bills) in Week 11, so he actually is worth playing, but the definition of two-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust likely isn’t going to make or break your week. That type of impact — at least the “break” part — will come from guys like David Johnson (@ 49ers), Jordan Howard (vs. Patriots), Sony Michel (@ Eagles), and Philip Lindsay (@ Vikings). Those committee backs (yes, David Johnson is a committee back) have tough matchups and might be extra touchdown dependent. Lindsay has a little more upside because of his receiving ability, which would also be true of Johnson if he looked healthy…at all.last_img read more

United Way of Thurston County Connects Workplaces with Non-Profits for Day…

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by the United Way of Thurston CountyEvergreen students Kathleen Smith and Sam West sort food at the Thurston County Day of Caring, 2012. Photo by Shauna BittleUnited Way of Thurston County will celebrate its 22nd Annual Day of Caring with over 700 volunteers and 34 local agencies on September 26 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.“Day of Caring is an unforgettable, hands-on experience providing volunteers an opportunity to actively improve our community while enhancing on team-building outside the workplace,” said United Way Executive Director, Paul Knox.Day of Caring was established as the single largest day of volunteerism in Thurston County to increase awareness of human service organizations and demonstrate how people working together for the common good helps accomplish great things.“United Way is connecting community partners and supporters with nonprofits throughout Thurston County to accomplish projects that can’t normally be done,” said Executive Director of Family Support Center, Schelli Slaughter.Seasoned Day of Caring volunteer teams like Olympia Federal Savings, Anchor Bank, and Puget Sound Energy will participate in projects for the Olympia Downtown Association, Kiwanis Club of Olympia, Thurston County Food Bank and more. United Way also welcomes new participation from Umpqua Bank, Cabela’s and Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s B-Troop, 8-1 CAV 2-2 ID.Volunteers will participate in over 40 different projects ranging from painting and landscaping low-income, disabled individual’s homes, harvesting food banks, and invasive plant pulling at locations throughout Thurston County (A full list of projects attached).United Way continues its longstanding partnership with Evergreen State College, which engages nearly 150 incoming freshman students in volunteer projects throughout ThurstonVolunteers assembled by City of Olympia employees gather to paint and install new lighting in the parking area at First Christian Church in downtown Olympia. Photo by Jennifer Crain.County.“New students from Evergreen will be joining Day of Caring to connect with our community, get to know important organizations working for justice and hopefully plant the seed to be involved in more sustained learning through action in the future,” said Ellen Shortt Sanchez, director of the Center for Community-Based Learning and Action, The Evergreen State College.This year, United Way also joined forces with the Olympia Downtown Association (ODA) to recruit volunteers for their Downtown Clean Up project and collaborate on the Day of Caring After Party.Following the completion of team projects, volunteers and agencies will gather for a Day of Caring After-Party at the Olympia Press Building from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. to celebrate a rewarding day with food, drinks and raffle prizes.For More information Contact:Michelle Rodriguez Director of Communications & Events mrodriguez@unitedway-thurston.org (360) 943-2773 ext. 13Paul Knox Executive Director pknox@unitedway-thurston.org (360) 943-2773 ext.last_img read more