https://twitter.com/masaku_/status/796249207589994497Aww all of a sudden everyone wants to go to Africa and live in a hut. Sorry we’re not accepting refugees pic.twitter.com/VIN7F1nH0y— Tahir (@uncle___t) November 9, 2016https://twitter.com/Yubslut/status/796195834383765505https://twitter.com/vinny_wa/status/796236517983318017 https://twitter.com/LogGic_SA/status/796294480190181376 An overwhelming number of Americans have voted in Donald Trump into Presidency. With many individuals having declared to leave the country if Trump became President including Nigerian award winning author Wole Soyinka who is a citizen of the US and resides there, Africans have taken to social media to invite the Africans in America back home. Americans are also making fun of the whole idea of returning back to Africa. Here are some of the post, some hilarious My crush that went to the US 14 years ago is coming back to Africa man God works in mysterious ways— Trapa Fasa (@trapafasa) November 9, 2016 Hey @SamuelLJackson should we prepare a spot for you here in South Africa?— Snackie Chan (@leratombangeni) November 9, 2016https://twitter.com/AfrikanNinja/status/796294372484677633
“Sadly, we are expecting the number of deaths due to COVID-19 to increase significantly over the coming days and weeks. Commenting on the situation, NHS Dumfries and Galloway Chief Executive Jeff Ace said: “Our thoughts are very much with the families and friends of those who have died. dghsp AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInIt is with great sadness that NHS Dumfries and Galloway can confirm that the region has experienced its first deaths resulting from the COVID-19 virus. Due to the small number, we are not sharing any further details of these individuals in the interests of respecting their right to confidentiality. “The public can play their part too. By staying at home, you will limit the spread of the virus and help us save lives.” “Please be assured that the region’s Health and Social Care staff, together with a range of partner organisations, are working to ensure that we do everything we can to reduce the impact of COVID-19 in our communities.
The Cardiac Catheterization Lab will consist of six pre/post-operative rooms, three new intensive care patient rooms, site improvements to accommodate increased parking, a new heated helipad and improved truck delivery area; and, full or partial remodel and/or replacement of areas impacted by the construction including preoperative clinic, physical rehabilitation, cardiopulmonary, pharmacy, outpatient lab, dietary, and several offices. The CPH expansion project started back in 2003. The next phase will add a new obstetrics center and a cardiac catheterization lab.The project is estimated to cost approximately $32 million dollars. According to the memo to the Borough, funding will be provided by the CPH plant replacement expansion fund, and the issuance of revenue bonds. As part of its long term capital plan, Central Peninsula General Hospital, Inc. has identified a need for a new obstetrics and cardiac catheterization laboratory at the hospital. According to the project plan, the Obstetrics Lab would consist of a building of approximately 30,000 gross square feet that provides obstetric services with a C-section room, five labor/delivery/recovery rooms, and four postpartum rooms. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Central Peninsula Hospital held a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, June 22, to mark the beginning of the sixth phase of the CPH expansion project. The construction is expected to be complete by November 2019.