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The Latest: Africa’s Rwanda, Mauritania confirms 1st cases

The Latest: Africa’s Rwanda, Mauritania confirms 1st cases

Health
The Latest on the world's coronavirus pandemic: The African nations of Rwanda and Mauritania have recorded their first cases of the coronavirus. Rwanda's health ministry says an Indian citizen has tested positive. The central African nation's health ministry said in a statement Saturday that the man showed no symptoms when he arrived in Rwanda from the Indian city of Mumbai on March 8. It said that on March 13 the man checked himself into a health facility where he was immediately tested and is now in stable condition. The West African nation of Mauritania confirmed its first case of the coronavirus in a foreigner who entered the country on March 9 from Europe. Minister of Health Mohamed Nazir Ould Hamid said late Friday night that the patient “was immediately removed and all medical meas
Daniel Craig confirms No Time To Die will be his last Bond film

Daniel Craig confirms No Time To Die will be his last Bond film

Entertainment
007 star Daniel Craig has confirmed that No Time To Die will be his last movie as James Bond.There were reports the British actor was considering another outing as the spy but he took the opportunity to outline his intentions when he hosted Saturday Night Live in the US. Craig's fifth Bond movie was set to hit cinemas next month, but its release has been delayed until November due to coronavirus. Image: No Time To Die's release has been delayed until November due to coronavirus He also used his opening routine in the TV comedy show to joke about the impact of Phoebe Waller-Bridge on No Time To Die, after the Fleabag creator was called in to help with the script for the movie."This next James Bond film is going to be my last," he said....
Study confirms teens with EVALI used illicit marijuana vapor cartridges

Study confirms teens with EVALI used illicit marijuana vapor cartridges

Health
March 5 (UPI) -- A study published Thursday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention confirms that at least some people with a vaping-linked lung injury used illicit marijuana products. Researchers at the Wisconsin Department of Health Services report that teens who developed EVALI, or e-cigarette product use-associated lung injury, often obtain vaping cartridges through illicit or informal sources, according to a study published in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Of the 3,000 or so EVALI cases since last year when the condition emerged across the country, more than 50 were reported in Wisconsin. EVALI is a severe respiratory illness linked with the use of vaping cartridges that contain vitamin E acetate. It can result in significant damage to the lungs, an...

Liverpool transfer news LIVE: Club president confirms Reds’ Cakir bid, Ousmane Dembele teases Anfield move, Hardy joins

Sports
[unable to retrieve full-text content]We’ll bring you all the latest Liverpool news with the games continuing to come thick and fast for the Reds and the January transfer window now open… TOP STORIES Liverpool announce multi-year Nike deal with sportswear giant to supply kit from 2020/21 season Liverpool kits 2020/21: Incredible concept kits produced as Reds announce new Nike […] talkSPORT

Manchester United transfer news LIVE: Solskjaer confirms January signings on radar after Arsenal defeat, Pogba to have surgery

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Check out the latest Manchester United news on talkSPORT.com and follow our live blog below for the latest updates on the club, with the transfer window now open.. Mikel Arteta gets his first win as Arsenal manager as they beat Manchester United 2-0 at the Emirates Paul Pogba: Manchester United star to undergo surgery after […] talkSPORT