RelatedPosts COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance FRSC to Schools: We’ll arrest, prosecute drivers who flout COVID-19 rules Sanwo-Olu: We’re committed to fulfilling promises to Lagosians Inter Milan’s entire first team squad have given negative results in testing for the coronavirus, the Serie A club said on Friday as they prepared to resume training.Nearly all Serie A clubs have re-started training on an individual basis this week following a two-month stoppage due to the coronavirus pandemic and all players and staff are subject to testing. Sampdoria said previously they had found three new positive cases, Fiorentina reported six positive tests – three players and three back-up staff – and Torino one.“FC Internazionale Milan announces that all the medical tests the first team underwent were negative,” the club said in a statement. “Optional individual training sessions will begin this afternoon.”“The club maintains the utmost attention to the preventive measures for the health of the players and all members of the club, in compliance with all government guidelines and the protection of public health.”The players underwent both swab and antibody testing.Although training is underway, it is not certain government will give permission for Serie A to restart this season and it is currently reviewing the Italian football federation’s medical protocol. Reuters/NAN.Tags: COVID-19Inter MilanItalyNegative Test ResultsSerie A
“Today it’s mask laws. Tomorrow it will be mandatory vaccines. What happen to my body my choice? Guess that only applies when killing babies or something… How convenient..,” one donator commented.The page, which was created on Wednesday, has raised nearly $6,500 as of Thursday evening. Traficante says the goal is to raise $10,000.Martin County officials have not commented about the page or Traficante’s plan to fight the mask order. She explains that all of the money donated will be used towards the lawsuit and attorney fees against the county, as well as for any appeals.Anti-mask GoFundMe page A Martin County woman has created a GoFundMe page, with the goal of paying for a lawsuit against the county, after officials there passed a mask ordinance earlier this week.“We cannot allow our local government to be involved in the gross disregard for our basic individual rights. This has to stop and we need to stand together and firm against this tyranny,” Kaye Traficante, the organizer, wrote.
Basketball teams Igokea and Siroki will play in the final Cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the first semifinal match of the final tournament in Sarajevo, Igokea overcame the team Zrinjski with the result 96:51, while Siroki was better than Sparsa with 66:63.Heslip with 32 points, Kantic with 14 and Milosevic with 10 points were the most efficient while the most effective player in the team Zrinjski was Princ with 12 points.In the team of Siroki, Toni Katic scored 18 points, while for Sparsa, the most effective were Nedim Buza with 16 points and Mirza Bulic with 12 points.The final match will be played on Saturday at 17:00 o’clock.Semifinal Results:Igokea – Zrinjski 96:51Siroki – Spars 66:63(Source: Radiosarajevo/ photo portal24)
The Canadian Press Twitter CIBC’s increase came as a decline in profit at the Toronto-based lender’s Canadian personal and small business banking business was offset by gains in other parts of the bank.Canadian Press advertisement Comment Facebook Recommended For YouGovernment supporters rally in Hong Kong to seek end to violence’I don’t have words’: Boss of torched Japan animation studio mourns bright, young staffBritain calls ship seizure ‘hostile act’ as Iran releases video of captureBritish Airways suspends flights to Cairo for seven daysThousands in pro-police rally as Hong Kong braces for another mass protest TORONTO — Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce has reported a second-quarter profit of $1.35 billion, up from $1.32 billion in the same quarter last year.The increase came as a decline in profit at the Toronto-based lender’s Canadian personal and small business banking business was offset by gains in other parts of the bank.CIBC says its overall profit amounted to $2.95 per diluted share for the quarter ended April 30, up from $2.89 per diluted share a year ago.Provision for credit losses was $255 million, up $43 million from the second quarter a year ago.On an adjusted basis, CIBC says it earned $2.97 per diluted share for the quarter, up from an adjusted profit of $2.95 per diluted share.Analysts had expected a profit of $2.99 per share for the quarter, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.Related Stories:Walgreens third-quarter profit falls 23.6%European shares fall as BASF profit warning hits German stocksWall Street rises as Fed’s Williams cements rate-cut expectations Sponsored By: More Share this storyCIBC profit rises, but narrowly misses expectations Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn May 22, 20196:27 AM EDTLast UpdatedMay 22, 20196:33 AM EDT Filed under News FP Street Join the conversation → What you need to know about passing the family cottage to the next generation Featured Stories Reddit 0 Comments Email CIBC profit rises, but narrowly misses expectations Decline in profit in personal and small business banking business was offset by gains in other parts of the bank ← Previous Next →