Singer/songwriter Jim James has stepped away from My Morning Jacket for the moment, and will soon hit the road in support of his new solo release, Eternally Even. Gearing up for that tour, James stopped by New York City radio station WFUV for an in-studio solo session. James plays songs and chats with host Alisa Ali during the half hour-long appearance, bringing his new protest music to light in the process.You can now listen to the full WFUV session, which was recorded last week, in the stream below.
“Deaths in the prioritized provinces accounted for 77.6 percent of the national figure. The number had increased to 80.4 percent by Sept. 20 but has decreased to 80.1 percent as of Sunday,” Wiku said during a press briefing on Thursday.Read also: COVID-19: Aceh, Bali added to list of prioritized provincesMeanwhile, the number of recovered patients in prioritized regions had decreased from 80.1 percent of the nationwide figure on Sept. 13 to 79.3 percent on Sunday.Wiku added that active cases were declining in all prioritized provinces except South Sulawesi, where they had increased from 20.7 percent on Sept. 13 to 23.9 percent on Sunday, and Papua, where active cases rose from 22.7 percent to 35.7 percent in the corresponding period.The spokesperson reasserted the importance of adhering to strict health protocols, emphasizing that washing one’s hands with soap could reduce transmission risks to 35 percent. Meanwhile, wearing a cloth and surgical mask could lower the chance of getting infected by 45 and 70 percent, respectively.Maintaining a safe physical distance was also important and reduces the risk of infection by 85 percent, said Wiku.Topics : The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases have decreased in 10 prioritized provinces, but the figure remains high at 67.6 percent of the official nationwide tally, according to the national COVID-19 task force.Regions prioritized for COVID-19 handling are Jakarta, West Java, Central Java, East Java, North Sumatra, South Kalimantan, South Sulawesi, Papua, Banten and Aceh.Task force spokesperson Wiku Adisasmito said the number of confirmed cases in the 10 provinces had decreased from 71.8 percent of the total cases nationwide on Sept. 13 to 67.6 percent on Sunday.
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He died on the spot, police said. Officers of the Sagay City police stationhave yet to identify the suspects and the motive in the incident./PN BACOLOD City – A businessman was shotto death in Barangay 1 Poblacion, Sagay City, Negros Occidental. The 36-year-old resident JoemarPendaliday died of gunshot wounds on the body, a police report showed. According to police investigators,Pendaliday was washing a passenger bus when unidentified motorcycle-ridingassailants peppered him with bullets around 6:45 a.m. on Tuesday.
The German sports edition Bild published words of praise for the captain of the B&H Football Team.Sportbild.bild.de writes that Spahić is one of the heroes of his nation after qualifications to the World Cup in Brazil.Sport-Bild writes that the Bosnian player arrived during the summer from Seville to Bayer Leverkusen, and at 33 years old falls into the groups of football players with a lot of matches and an advanced career. However, immediately upon arrival to Leverkusen, Spahić emerged as the head of defense, which resulted in his team receiving only nine goals in the Bundesliga so far in the season.The man who, with his team, qualified for the World Cup has strong nerves, radiating calm and has trust from his younger teammates.Spahić is a player who does not care that his teammates, such as Sidney Sam, are more in the spotlight than he is. The first man of defense of Leverkusen enjoys the recognition from is teammates, trainer and fans. There are not many like him in German football, said Sport-Bild.(Source: klix.ba)