Florida Democrats call on DeSantis to accept federal help to expand COVID-19 testing
Ten Democratic members of Congress from Florida wrote to Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Monday calling for him to utilize federal assistance to expand COVID-19 testing in the state. "We urge you to, once again, vocally encourage vaccines and boosters, and stop propagating vaccine and booster messages filled with doubt and indifference," the letter said, noting that cases in Florida have risen by 948 percent in recent weeks. The letter also"We urge you to, once again, vocally encourage vaccines and boosters, and stop propagating vaccine and booster messages filled with doubt and indifference," the letter said, noting that cases in Florida have risen by 948 percent in recent weeks.
that not all St. Paulians had to celebrate on Tuesday evening, something like the icing on the cake was on a special day. © Imago Images / Hübner St. Paulis Chef coach Timo Schultz can not be dazzled by the COKALTRIUMPH.
no party in front of the derby - but with Kyereh against the HSV?
to 2: 1-COKALTRIUMP against Dortmund came a message that could be relevant with regard to the city of Stadtby next Friday: Daniel-Kofi Kyereh has excreted with Ghana surprisingly at the Africa Cup - and thus significantly faster than expected. Already to the game against the HSV?
Schultz: "Personally, I'm sad for him"
Timo Schultz had to take many congratulations until shortly before midnight. He could pass him that he did not need to pass on Kyereh. "Personally, I'm sad for him," St. Paulis Coach declared 2: 3 against the comoros, "Ghana has certainly wanted that differently differently, but I do not make a secret that I'm not ill-unhappy. We want now watch that Kofi comes back quickly. Maybe it works to Derby. "
Re-seeding the NFL Playoffs by 'Fantasy Football Juice'
With fantasy football leagues in the rearview mirror and the NFL playoffs right around the corner, I decided to bridge the gap with a fun exercise: Re-seeding the 14-team playoff field by “fantasy juice” in each conference. Have some fun with it — and please remember, this is NOT a prediction/power ranking/list of preferences for what I think will happen in the actual NFL playoffs. The presence of Darrel Williams also helps boost their ranking. Williams was an excellent fill-in for fantasy managers this season with 47 catches and eight total touchdowns.
"This system matching makes us flexible"
clear: Against Dortmund, the coach had better collected the lack of his playmaker than before at 2: 2 against Aue. One reason: St. Pauli was not required against the top favorites in this season for the first time to determine the action itself. The other reason: Schultz chose the appropriate recipe for the changed prerequisites, put the ragged Jackson Irvine as a tens in a diamond, which moved into an opposing possession to a 4-4-2 with double sights. "It was a slightly defensive tactical variant, this system matching makes us more flexible." And she also worked because Marcel Hartel and Finn Ole Becker performed an outstanding pensum on half positions.
Becker, for the first time for a long time again in the starting eleven, was also one of the main actors like Etienne Amenyido. The attacker, which came from Osnabrück, was trained in the youth of Borussia Dortmund and had a heavy start in Hamburg with long-lasting Achilles tendon. Last weekend he saved St. Pauli with his Jokertor the last minute point against Aue, on Tuesday now he pointed to the side of Guido Burgstaller from the beginning, how valuable he can be with his athletics and finesse. "ETI is highly managed," swarms Schultz over the scorer to the 1: 0, "but he also has a way in front of him." The 44-year-old is sure he will go him, because: "He is very diligent, wants to come forward. We will have a lot of enjoyment of him."
The joy of the course of a once more memorable evening was already big on Tuesday. To overwhelmed, of course, she did not lend. A party or even a day off Schultz did not facilitate his trophies. "Time to celebrate", he announces, "is on the weekend, we have this Derby for that." It should give St. Pauli the next feast day.
‘Spider-Man’ comes back swinging, takes No. 1 from ‘Scream' .
After spending one weekend in second place, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” proved it still had some fight left. Sony's superhero juggernaut swung back to first place in its sixth weekend in theaters and became the sixth highest grossing film of all time, globally. The film topped the North American charts with $14.1 million, according to studio estimates on Sunday. Globally, it's now grossed nearly $1.7 billion, passing the total earnings of both “Jurassic World" and “The Lion King.” And in North America its $721 million make it the fourth biggest release ever.