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    FOOTIE hero Wayne Rooney left his players gobsmacked by telling them of his small willy. The DC United boss, 37, was attempting a rousing “triumph over adversity speech” after a string of poor results. 1Wayne Rooney left his players at DC United gobsmacked by telling them about his small penisCredit: AP The ex-England skipper, who once said he was “the big man”, told them that having a “tiny penis” had not stopped him. However, it went down like a lead balloon among his Washington-based side.  A source said: “It was very funny and he hoped using personal references would make it look like the speech was from the heart.  “But the majority of his side were left bemused and struggled to understand what his sex life and size of his manhood had anything to do with what happens on the pitch.  READ MORE ON WAYNE ROONEYOVER THE ROON Rooney breaks silence on Cristiano Ronaldo's Man Utd axing after war of wordsAXE TO GRIND Rooney would 'start Messi and drop Ronaldo' at World Cup as tensions continues “A few of...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- As coronavirus cases improve across the Bay Area and United States, local health officials are loosening safety guidelines.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's daily, interactive newscast about the coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. MAPS: Check out the latest maps of COVID-19 cases, deaths in the US, world CORONAVIRUS IN CA: Get resources and information about COVID-19 LATEST LOCAL CASES: Updated number of COVID-19 cases, deaths in San Francisco Bay Area CORONAVIRUS TIMELINE: Tracking major moments of COVID-19 pandemic in San Francisco Bay Area March 8, 202212:20 p.m.COVID testing center opens at Moscone Center in SFThere's a new COVID-19 rapid testing facility in San Francisco. It's located on the ground floor of the Moscone Center at 749 Howard Street. The city's Travel Association says it opened...
    WATERBURY, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont Department of Corrections says an outbreak of the coronavirus at the Newport prison appears to be slowing down. The department reported six new cases of COVID-19 in inmates and two new staff cases at Northern State Correctional Facility on Monday. The outbreak started after a staff member and 21 inmates testing positive in testing on Feb. 23. Now there are 115 inmates cases and 11 staff cases. Twenty inmates were cleared to leave medical isolation on Saturday, the department said. The prison has been in full lockdown since Feb. 25. More testing was done on Monday. “It’s encouraging to see lower numbers in this round of testing at NSCF, and we’re hopeful this means our mitigation efforts are slowing the spread,” Corrections Commissioner Jim Baker said in a written statement. Statewide, a total of 116 inmates and 14 staff were positive for the virus on Monday. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Vermont, Associated Press
    MANHASSET, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — School officials in Manhasset, Long Island, are now warning parents about recent superspreader parties. At least 38 students in Manhasset Secondary School have tested positive for COVID-19. The school is now closed for winter recess. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Ask CBS2’s Dr. Max Your Vaccine Questions COVID Vaccine FAQ From CDC Vaccination Sites In New York City | Call 877-VAX-4NYC Track NYC Vaccinations By Zip Code Find A New York City Testing Site Near You Check NYC Testing Wait Times Explanation Of N.Y.’s Yellow, Orange, Red Zones (.pdf) Resources: Help With Unemployment, Hunger, Mental Health & More Remote Learning Tools For Students And Parents At Home Complete Coronavirus Coverage Next week, classes will be held remotely from Feb. 22 until at least Feb. 26. All extracurricular activities have been suspended, including sports. The district will conduct COVID testing on Sunday from 5-7 p.m. in the school gym.
    Free coronavirus testing will be provided at several Santa Clara County sites in the coming week, mostly by appointment but on a drop-in basis in at least two locations. The county is offering two walk-in pop-up sites. They require no appointments but are only for people without symptoms. One is in San Jose at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 467 N. White Road, and will be open until Feb. 19 from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The other is in Gilroy at the South County Annex (formerly Del Buono Elementary school) at 9300 Wren Avenue, and will be open the same days from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The pop-up sites are switching to saliva-based testing after a successful trial at Emmanuel Baptist Church this past week, officials said Saturday. The Gilroy pop-up site started doing saliva testing Feb. 17. Saliva testing simplifies testing and is less invasive, “providing a faster and easier experience,” the county said in a news release. County testing and vaccine officer Dr. Marty Fenstersheib said the county is seeking to make testing as easy and safe as...
    DENVER (CBS4)– COVID testing sites in Denver will be closed from Friday, Feb. 12 through Monday, Feb. 15. The testing sites will be closed those four days due to cold weather and the President’s Day holiday. The locations include Paco Sanchez and GVR Pool, operated by the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment and the East and Ruby Hill locations operated by the Denver Department of Human Services. RELATED: COVID In Colorado: Limited Vaccine Supply Poses A Challenge For Minority Outreach All #COVID19 testing sites operated by @DDPHE (Paco Sanchez, GVR Pool, @DenverDHS East & Ruby Hill ) will be closed Fri 2/12 thru Mon 2/15 due to cold weather & Presidents Day. Find a testing opportunity that works best for you @ https://t.co/xaDt3ZlbBY or https://t.co/WBPuqJQSDZ pic.twitter.com/41WxYUZsks RELATED: Aurora Police Officer Robert Rosen Fired For Using Excessive Force — City and County of Denver (@CityofDenver) February 10, 2021 MORE: Reality TV Star Blown Away By Murder-For-Hire Arrest of Lawyer Jennifer Emmi Those in search of a COVID testing site that’s open on those days are encouraged to go...
    The winter storm dropping snow across the D.C. region is impacting a number of COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites in Maryland. Multiple COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites will be closed on Monday, Feb. 1 and may be canceled at sites on Feb. 2 due to winter weather conditions. Those planning to get tested or receive a vaccination on Monday or Tuesday should consider contacting their provider to verify operating hours and inclement weather procedures. The Maryland Department of Health said its state-operated testing sites in Annapolis and at the Baltimore Convention Center will be closed Monday. It said Six Flags America in Prince George’s County is no longer a COVID-19 testing site and is set to open this week as a vaccination site. The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services said there will be no COVID-19 testing on Monday, Feb. 1 at county DHHS testing sites. Those seeking a list of sites and hours of operation can visit its website. The Prince George’s County Health Department said COVID-19 vaccine appointments scheduled at its clinics are canceled on Monday,...
    YONKERS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — If local health departments give the green like, high-risk sports can finally resume across New York state next week. While many are thrilled, for some school districts ramping up safe practices and games in a matter of days is not that easy, CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reported Monday. MORE: COVID In New York: Higher Risk High School Sports Allowed To Begin Training, Competitions In February At Iona Prep in New Rochelle, football coach Joe Spagnolo cannot wait to get back out there. “It’s a huge deal for just school morale and just some positivity for the first time in a really long time for the boys,” Spagnolo said. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last Friday that practice and competition in high-risk sports can finally resume on Feb. 1, if local health departments allow it. COVID VACCINE New York State book online here or call 1-833-NYS-4-VAX New York City book online here or call 877-VAX-4NYC Nassau County more info here Suffolk County more info here Westchester County more info here New Jersey book online here Connecticut book online here High-risk sports include football, basketball, wrestling and competitive...
    Women's professional hockey will be televised live in the U.S. by a major cable network for the first time when NBC Sports Network airs the National Women's Hockey League semifinals and final in early February. The NHWL and NBC Sports will announce the historic agreement later Tuesday. The Isobel Cup semifinals on Feb. 4 and final on Feb. 5 being on TV in the U.S. gives the sport a platform it doesn't have in the country aside from the Winter Olympics. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "To me, that’s the biggest piece about this, the biggest element, is not just touching an audience once every four years," NWHL Commissioner Tyler Tumminia said in a phone interview. "It’s epic for the league and what it does for our brand, but it’s so important for young girls and boys to be able to see female athletes on television like this and not just once every four years." The six-team league is holding its season and playoffs in a quarantined bubble in Lake Placid, New York, from Jan. 23-Feb. 5...
    By STEPHEN WHYNO, AP Hockey Writer Women's professional hockey will be televised live in the U.S. by a major cable network for the first time when NBC Sports Network airs the National Women's Hockey League semifinals and final in early February. The NHWL and NBC Sports will announce the historic agreement later Tuesday. The Isobel Cup semifinals on Feb. 4 and final on Feb. 5 being on TV in the U.S. gives the sport a platform it doesn't have in the country aside from the Winter Olympics. “To me, that’s the biggest piece about this, the biggest element, is not just touching an audience once every four years,” NWHL Commissioner Tyler Tumminia said in a phone interview. “It’s epic for the league and what it does for our brand, but it’s so important for young girls and boys to be able to see female athletes on television like this and not just once every four years.” The six-team league is holding its season and playoffs in a quarantined bubble in Lake Placid, New York, from Jan. 23-Feb. 5 with games...
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