“Sixty percent of Jakartans are remaining within 200 meters of their homes and we have started to feel the effects.”Read also: Greater Jakarta to expand restrictions as existing measures deemed ineffectiveJakarta, the country’s epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak, imposed a 14 day period of PSSB measures on April 10. The administration recently decided to extend the restrictions until May 22.The governor, however, urged residents to remain vigilant, saying the fight against COVID-19 was still far from over. Health authorities recorded 133 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, a day after the government claimed the rate of infection was slowing in the capital.”Don’t assume that we have reached the peak [of the outbreak] and it will be over soon. We need to be careful. Singapore, for example, experienced a huge spike in new cases after they thought the curve had flattened,” said Anies.The governor added that he did not know whether the slowing trend in new cases would continue and urged all parties to take all necessary measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 across the city.Jakarta had recorded 4,092 confirmed cases as of Wednesday, almost half of the nationwide total of 9,511 cases. (nal)Topics : The implementation of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) by the Jakarta administration since April 10 has started to show results Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has claimed, citing central government data that show there has been a rapid and significant slowdown in new cases.While acknowledging that authorities were still recording new cases every day, Anies said the rate of increase in new patients under surveillance (PDP) had begun flattening thanks to the social restrictions.”We need to acknowledge that the PSBB measures have shown results, as Jakarta residents have stayed home since mid-March – even before the city officially imposed the restrictions,” Anies said on Wednesday, as quoted by tribunnews.com.
The home at 33 Colombo St, Wishart.“And every year on its birthday, I gave (the house) something new — it now has solar panels, steel mesh guttering, Crimsafe on the front and back doors, and a water tank.” Set across two levels, the home has a double lockup garage, bathroom and a laundry. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020There is a media room, which could be used as a bedroom, and a big dining and living area. There is an open-plan kitchen and family room, which also opens to the patio. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry, plenty of bench and cupboard space and a breakfast bar. The home at 33 Colombo St, Wishart.AFTER more than three decades in her Wishart home, Roselyn Hegh is selling to downsize. The teacher librarian had the five-bedroom home at 33 Colombo St built 35 years ago for her and her children. “It’s been a fantastic family home,” she said.“The kids were about 10 when we moved in and they didn’t leave until they were in their early 20s. The home covered every age and stage. The home at 33 Colombo St, Wishart.Upstairs, the master bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and an ensuite. The remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and there is a family bathroom. Outside there is a patio and spa on the 635sq m block. Ms Hegh said her favourite part of the property was the outdoors. “I like sitting out in the patio area with the spa, the hanging baskets of orchids and the birds who think I’m their mother,” she said. The home at 33 Colombo St, Wishart.“I’m sad to be leaving. This is a really well built home but it’s way too big for me now. “It would be perfect for a family. We’re one street back from Mt Gravatt Capalaba Rd and Wynnum Rd and, unless it’s an ambulance with sirens going past, you can’t hear a thing.“The area is very quiet and very safe. I’ve never had any trouble.”
Few months after bursting onto the scene with series of impressive performances for his Isreali club side Hapoel Be’er Sheva, both locally and internationally in the Europa League, Anthony Nwakaeme is set to become a Nigerian international.According to sources close to busybuddiesng.com, the 28-year-old striker is primed to get his first Super Eagles call up for important 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Cameroon in September.This is certainly not coming as a surprise. Nwakaeme has been one of Nigeria’s brightest attacking talents home and abroad, scoring 17 goals and providing 12 assists in all competitions as Hapoel Be’er Sheva cruised to the Isreali league and cup double last season.Nwakaeme hasn’t slowed down this season and has already notched five goals this season, four of the goals coming in the UEFA Champions League, including an absolute stunner of a strike in his side’s Playoff first leg win over NK Maribor at the Turner Stadium in Beersheba.?? Nigeria’s Anthony Nwakaeme with an absolute rocket for Hapoel Be’er Sheva in the Champions League! pic.twitter.com/v5no91o53M— Mesfouf & Koshary (@MesfoufKoshary) August 16, 2017It is quite unclear if he’ll be making his debut, but Nwakeme’s call up to the Super Eagles camp will definitely offer Gernot Rohr attacking impetus in the crucial double-header against Cameroon.Although we are yet to confirm, it is believed that Nwakaeme’s teammate at the Isreali champions John Ogu will keep his place in the Super Eagles squad for the Cameroon matches.The first leg of the World Cup qualifier will be played at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium in Uyo on September 1 while the second leg will come up three days later at the Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo in Yaounde.Nigeria top Group B with six points from two matches, while African champions Cameroon have two points. Zambia and Algeria have one point each.RelatedHapoel Beer Sheva Duo Nwakaeme & Ogu Get Super Eagles Call UpAugust 19, 2017In “National Team”Nwakaeme Delighted To Link Up With Super Eagles Teammate Onazi At TrabzonsporAugust 22, 2018In “Europe”AUDIO: Excited Nwakaeme Not In Competition With Eagles’ ForwardsAugust 31, 2017In “National Team”