AP analysis: Federal executions likely a COVID superspreader

first_imgWASHINGTON (AP) — The executions at the end of Donald Trump’s presidency, completed in short windows over a few weeks, likely acted as a superspreader event. That’s according to records reviewed by The Associated Press. It was something health experts had warned could happen when the Justice Department insisted on resuming executions during a pandemic. By the end of 2020, 70% of death row inmates were sick with COVID-19. Guards were ill. Traveling prisons staff on the execution team had the virus. So did media witnesses, who may have unknowingly infected others when they returned home because they were never told about the spreading cases.last_img

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Napoli set to unveil Osimhen on Friday

first_img Osimhen has already passed his medical, taken in Rome’s Villa Stuart clinic on Saturday morning, and it’s suggested he has even signed the contract. His agent is now finalising the details and AOIFootball.com  stated that  Osimhen will be presented to the media on Friday. read also:Look before you leap, Eagles coordinator advises Osimhen With a reported price-tag of €81m, that would make the 21-year-old the most expensive African player of all time, as well as practically doubling the club record for highest transfer fee. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Plans are almost concluded by the Italian giants, Napoli to unveil Nigeria’s Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen,  on Friday. Multiple reports, including Sky Sport Italia, Sportitalia and Osimhen’s close associate Oma Akatugba, are confident would be presented as a Napoli player on Friday. The agreement with Lille had already been reached, there were some issues regarding image rights and commissions that had to be resolved following the change of agent midway through the process. After days of intensive negotiations in Naples and then today in Lille, multiple sources are confident they are down to details.Advertisement Loading…last_img read more

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