REACT-1 is the largest population surveillance study being undertaken in England that examines the prevalence of the virus causing COVID-19 in the general population. It uses test results and feedback from over 150,000 participants each month.The study focuses on national, regional and local areas, as well as age, sex, ethnicity, socio-economic factors, employment type, contact with known cases, symptoms and other factors.The findings will provide the government with a better understanding of the virus’s transmission and the risks associated with different population subgroups throughout England. This will inform government policies to protect health and save lives.Read the pre-print version of this report.Read the press notice accompanying these findings.
Press Association It was announced on June 13 that Chelsea and Bayer Leverkusen had reached an agreement for his transfer and the 22-year-old’s move to Stamford Bridge was confirmed after paperwork was completed. He said on chelseafc.com: “I am so happy now I have signed and it is an honour for me to play for this club, with this team and for these great fans. I am really looking forward to it.” Chelsea have completed the signing of forward Andre Schurrle from Bayer Leverkusen on a five-year contract, with the Germany international becoming the first recruit of Jose Mourinho’s second spell in charge at Stamford Bridge. Schurrle, who can play as a creative wide player or central striker, will wear the number 14 shirt. He has scored seven goals in 24 appearances for Germany, since making his debut in November 2010 while at Mainz, whom he joined from Ludwigshafener in 2009. He signed for Leverkusen at the end of the 2010/11 season. In his first campaign he scored nine times in 40 appearances and last term he netted 14 in 43 to earn his move to Stamford Bridge.
After coaching one of the most unlikely turnarounds college basketball has ever seen, University of Wisconsin-Madison officials are preparing to offer interim head coach Greg Gard and his coaching staff a long-term contract, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Thursday.According to the article, “two sources close to the program,” said “UW officials have been blown away by the work of Gard” — and they have little reason not to be.After taking over a program that had been struggling under former head coach Bo Ryan with a 7-5 record — including losses at the hands of Western Illinois and UW-Milwaukee — Gard has led the team to a 13-5 record overall and has UW-Madison in place to earn a top-four finish in the Big Ten.More impressively, the Badgers have now won 11 of their last 12 games under Gard, which has included victories over No. 4 Michigan State, No. 2 Maryland and No. 8 Iowa.Men’s basketball: Badgers down Wolverines in regular season home finaleWith 19 seconds remaining in Sunday’s game against Michigan, Jordan Smith, the lone senior on the Wisconsin men’s basketball team’s roster, Read…The UW System Board of Regents must approve any hiring, and is scheduled to meet March 7, with the announcement of the hire expected to come in a press conference Tuesday afternoon, according to Jim Polzin of the Wisconsin State Journal. The Badgers will play their first game of the Big Ten tournament either March 10, and it will be the first time they play under head coach Greg Gard.Gard’s deal is reportedly going to be a five-year contract, with the head coach earning around $2 million per year.Yes, 5 years for close to $2 mil/year. https://t.co/fINkFJzR2I— Jeff Potrykus (@jaypo1961) March 7, 2016In terms of the coaching search itself, Gard has been nothing short of supportive for Athletic Director Barry Alvarez.“Coach Alvarez has handled this thing absolutely perfectly,” Gard said following Wisconsin’s final home game against Michigan Sunday. “He said from day one, I need to do a national search. I need to post the job. That’s university requirements. I’ve totally agreed with that and I always have.”Men’s basketball: Gard’s ‘one day at a time’ approach showing successWisconsin men’s basketball head coach Greg Gard affirmed his belief that a big part of the team’s success has been Read…Along with Gard, Alvarez is expected also keep his staff, including assistant coaches Lamont Paris, Gary Close and former UW-Madison player Howard Moore, who was hired in December after Ryan’s departure.Applications for the head coaching position officially close Thursday afternoon.
StatDenver BroncosKansas City ChiefsLos Angeles ChargersGames363Catches (single-game high)29 (16)38 (9)17 (10)Receiving yards (single-game high)330 (189)563 (155)234 (154)Touchdowns (single-game high)2 (2)4 (2)2 (2)— In 2018, only two Raiders wide receivers topped 100 receiving yards in a game (Amari Cooper twice and Jordy Nelson once) and none caught multiple touchdown passes in a game. Brown topped 100 yards five times and had multiple touchdown catches in three different games.— Since 2010, only Rob Gronkowski has more touchdown receptions than Brown. However, Brown has never caught a touchdown pass from a quarterback not named Ben Roethlisberger.— In the seven regular-season games that Roethlisberger did not start since 2010, Brown has been targeted 53 times and caught 30 passes for 405 yards and no touchdowns (averages of 7.6 targets and 4.3 catches for 57.9 yards). When Roethlisberger starts, Brown averages 9.9 targets and 6.6 catches for 87.8 yards and 0.6 touchdowns per game. He has topped 100 receiving yards in two of the seven games Roethlisberger did not start. NFL trade news: Antonio Brown dealt to Raiders StatNumberNFL rankReceptions8371stReceiving yards11,2071stReceiving TDs742ndTargets1,2892ndYards/Game86.24th— Since the start of the 2010 season, Brown has caught 159 passes for at least 20 yards, the second most in the league.— Over that same span, Brown has 36 touchdowns of at least 20 yards, the most in the league.— Brown has scored 20 of his touchdowns in the final two minutes of games, the second-most since 2010.— Brown led the league with 15 touchdown catches in 2018. Oakland receivers combined for nine touchdown receptions last year.— Brown has tallied 100+ catches, 1,200+ receiving yards and 8+ receiving touchdowns in each of the last six seasons. No Raider has ever put up those numbers in a single season.The last Raider to:StatPlayer (Total)SeasonCatch 100+ passes in a seasonTim Brown (104)1997 (Only player in franchise history to do so)Record 1,200+ receiving yards in a seasonJerry Rice (1,211)2002Catch 8+ touchdown passes in a seasonMichael Crabtree (8)2017Brown’s career numbers against AFC West opponents: After weeks of speculation, Antonio Brown is moving on from Pittsburgh and heading to Oakland.The disgruntled Steelers receiver hinted Sunday on social media that he has been dealt to the Raiders after asking for a trade from the team that selected him with a sixth-round draft pick just under a decade ago. Here we take a look at nine facts about Brown over his nine-year career in Pittsburgh with the help of our colleagues at Opta. (If you like what you see here, give @OptaJerry — the official Twitter page for Opta’s NFL and NCAA stats-driven football coverage — a follow on Twitter.)— Brown was drafted into the league prior to the 2010 season. Since then, he has been one of the most dominant wideouts in the NFL. Related News