Number of positive COVID-19 cases remain the same in Chenango County

Posted On Dec 8 2020 by

first_imgTo date, the health department says there have been 168 total test. For more coronavirus coverage, click here. The health department’s report shows a decrease in the number of individuals in precautionary and mandatory quarantine. CHENANGO COUNTY, N.Y. (WBNG) — The Chenango County Health Department gave an update on the latest information regarding the coronavirus on Sunday. The Chenango County Health Department said as of Sunday, the number of positive coronavirus cases remains at 36.center_img For more information, go to the Chenango County Health Department’s website. Additionally, there are five people hospitalized due to the coronavirus, bringing that number up by two from Saturday. As of Saturday, the department reported 96 people in precautionary quarantine and 229 in mandatory quarantine. The most recent numbers show that there are 77 individuals in precautionary quarantine and 218 in mandatory quarantine, bringing those numbers down by 19 and 11.last_img read more

Wallace says ‘disrespectful’ former CWI boss will never get support for ICC chairman

Posted On Sep 18 2020 by

first_imgFORMER West Indies and Barbados batsman, Philo Wallace, believes the combative leadership style of former CWI president Dave Cameron means he will never get the support of the current board, in his bid for ICC Chairman.Cameron has written to CWI, seeking its nomination to stay in contention for the position.  The former CWI boss had already received the nomination of The United States Cricket Hall of Fame for the post.The Cricket West Indies (CWI) board is, however, yet to decide on backing its former chairman, with current vice-president Dr. Kishore Shallow suggesting the body’s support for Cameron would be unlikely.  Nor does Wallace, for that matter, believe it should be expected, based on the often-stormy tenure of Cameron’s presidency.“I think it is going to be difficult for Cricket West Indies to support Dave Cameron in his bid to be ICC Chairman.  First of all, there is animosity between Cricket West Indies and Dave Cameron.  Those who are members or directors of Cricket West Indies will say there is, and he will find it very hard to get their support,” Wallace told the Mason and Guest radio programme.“I honestly believe that Dave Cameron should just tell himself ‘i’ve run West Indies cricket for six years’ and just leave it out and just be an observer now, because going up for the ICC job and looking for the West Indies support, it can’t work,” he added.The ICC is yet to finalise a nomination route for selecting the successor of Shashank Manohar following his resignation from the post of ICC Chairman after a two-year tenure.  Should he receive support, Cameron could go up against Former England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) head Colin Graves and president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and former Indian skipper, Sourav Ganguly.“It’s like trying to get a dumpling up a hill.  Unfortunately, he isn’t going to get the support of Cricket West Indies and we all know it.  It’s very sad that a former president has come to this, a former president of West Indies cricket, but sometimes the way that you rule comes back to bite you, there is something called karma…he disrespected leaders and prime ministers in the region and that cannot work.”(Sportsmax)last_img read more