"I feel at that stage now where I want to pick up a bat again and I'm ready to go as opposed to picking up a bat because I'm playing in three weeks' time. That's always a nice place to be," Morgan added. … [Read more...] about Eoin Morgan casts doubts on T20 World Cup going ahead as per schedule
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She continued: "I am her mummy. She had another 'tummy mummy' which Amara knows about. We celebrate the way she's come into our life. I am so grateful that I had infertility problems because I would never have had this beautiful child in my life." Informing the other women about the orphanages that exist in Pakistan, Saira revealed: "Basically, in a country like Pakistan where children are given up, mainly girls for whatever reason, this particular charity has got 350 cradles, at bus stops, in shopping centres, at the side of the roads, and what you do is you put your baby in there if you don’t want your baby, you ring the bell, you walk away, and the people from the orphanage will come and take it." … [Read more...] about Saira Khan’s adopted daughter Amara makes surprise appearance on Loose Women
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) January 30, 2020 "I've spoken to Alex and certainly see an avenue for him to come back to playing cricket but, like in life and in any sport, when there's a breakdown of trust, the only healer in that is time. … [Read more...] about Morgan: Imminent England return for Hales not likely
As the virus spreads throughout the world more research can be gathered, and scientists are learning more about asymptomatic spread and its prevalence. Findings published in the BMJ Journal Thorax on Thursday found asymptomatic cases of Covid-19 meant the prevalence of the virus was likely to be significantly underestimated on cruise ships. Australian researchers led by Prof Alvin Ing from Macquarie University in Sydney analysed tests from all 217 passengers and crew on board a ship that departed from Argentina for a 21-day cruise of the Antarctic Peninsula in mid-March, after the World Health Organisation declared a pandemic. They found more than 80% of the 128 people who tested positive for Covid-19 had no symptoms. … [Read more...] about Asymptomatic coronavirus: how common is it and can its spread be contained?