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Victoria records 16 new cases and 2 new deaths

2020.09.27 01:12 Stoaticor Victoria records 16 new cases and 2 new deaths

Vic's presser: Not confirmed yet.

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New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
Source: VicGovDHHS Twitter - This post will be updated as further information is provided during the press conference and the media release
 
[DHHS: Media Release - Sunday, 27 September]
 

Other helpful info/links

 
[DHHS: Media Release - Sunday, 27 September]
 

14 day numbers

27 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 309 22.1 31
Regional 8 0.6 0
 
26 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 330 23.6 31
Regional 11 0.8 0
 
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +16 20,145
Active 444
Recovered 18,842
Deaths +2 784
Aged care (deaths) 620
Community transmission 4,270
Test results received 2,651,309
Hospital 53
ICU 9
Ventilated 5
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active 444
Metropolitan Melbourne 432
Regional Victoria 10
Colac Otway 2
Greater Geelong 1
Greater Bendigo 0
Ballarat 0
Unknown/Under investigation 3
Interstate 1
Overseas 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active 231
Healthcare workers active 72
Healthcare workers total 3,521
Disability accom. residents 0
Disability accom. staff 4
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Saturday, 26 September 2020 at 11:38:01 pm AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.
27/09 - Changes in the last 24 hours:
  • Aged care outbreaks:
  • Total cases:
  • Total active:
  • Total staff:
  • Total residents:
  • Total other:
  • Total deaths:
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 42 41 15 23 4 2
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 76 25 28 26 22 7
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 38 25 11 22 5 4
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 59 23 22 20 17 6
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 21 15 6 14 1 3
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 104 14 37 58 9 20
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 259 13 132 101 26 29
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 83 10 31 46 6 7
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 9 54 53 17 10
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 220 6 87 103 30 37
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 122 6 49 53 20 20
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 108 6 46 45 17 17
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 83 6 43 28 12 7
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 21 6 10 10 1 1
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 127 5 46 79 2 22
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 121 5 68 29 24 10
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 132 4 60 48 24 12
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 22 4 12 10 0 3
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 104 2 47 47 10 15
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 2 39 44 13 19
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 72 2 31 31 10 11
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 1 44 57 7 26
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 17
Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Kingston 85 1 34 44 7 17
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 75 1 37 32 6 12
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 1 23 40 5 4
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 1 30 24 1 13
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 52 1 26 22 4 6
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 48 1 22 18 8 3
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 1 13 8 7 3
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1 0
Jewish Care Hannah and Daryl Cohen Centre Windsor Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 75 1 34 33 8 2
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong - 5 5 Sept: 26, 25
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - - 9 11 Sept: 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong - 14 20 Sept: 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey - 13 44 Sept: 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong - 3 18 Sept: 23, 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway - 5 16 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 27/09⚠️

The table below was last updated on Sunday, 27 September 2020 at 9:44:23 am AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
ADDED:
  • Woolworths Altona North, 302-330 Millers Rd Altona North
  • Werribee, Shearwater Village Park, Tundra Esplanade
REMOVED:
  • Coles Hoppers Crossing, Old Geelong Road
  • Sunshine, Baby Mode Sunshine
Points to note: None.
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes Date
Altona North Woolworths Altona North, 302-330 Millers Rd Altona North 18/09 - 8am, 19/09 - 8am, 20/09 - 8.00am Case visited for approx. 10 mins each time Sept: 27
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre Sep 13, 2020 → Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 17
Carrum Carrum Foreshore SLSC Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24
Clayton Sarawan Spices, 335 Clayton Rd, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 19, 2020, 6pm Sept: 27, 26, 24
Clayton Coles Clayton, Centre Rd &, Cooke St, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 19, 2020, 6pm Sept: 27, 26, 24
Clayton Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette, 1298 Centre Rd, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 20, 2020, 6pm Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24
Dandenong South FacadeX, 3/433-435 Hammond Road, Dandenong South Sep 17, 2020 → Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24
Flinders Street Train Between Ringwood and Mitcham 23/09/2020, 2pm Sept: 27, 26, 25
Hoppers Crossing Woolworths Hoppers Crossing. Morris Road and Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 19, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22
Hoppers Crossing Pacific Shopping Centre Werribee, 250 Heaths Road, Cnr Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 17, 2020, 10am-12pm Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22
Lilydale Lilydale train between Mitcham and Ringwood 23/09/2020, 12.15pm Person travelled on train from Mitcham Station to Ringwood station at approx 1215 and back at approx 1400 Sept: 27, 26, 25
Melbourne Victorian Market Communications, Queen Victoria Market F Shed Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020, 9am-3pm Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24
Melton Woolworths, Coburns Central Shopping Centre, 523-531 High St, Melton, VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24, 23
Melton Primary Medical and Dental Centre, 247-251 Station Road, Melton VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22
Mitcham Bus 907 to/from Mitcham Station 19/09/20, 3pm and 3.30pm. 23/09/20, 12pm and 2.30pm Person travelled on bus to Mitcham Station from home at 1500 and returned on bus from Mitcham Station at 1530 - each trip approx. 7 mins Sept: 27, 26, 25
Mitcham Coles Mitcham, Victoria Avenue 19/09/2020, 3.15pm Person was grocery shopping Sept: 27, 26, 25
Mitcham Coles Mitcham, Mitcham Shopping Centre 23/09/2020, 2pm Person was grocery shopping Sept: 27, 26, 25
Niddrie Woolworths Central Shopping Centre, Keilor Road Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22
Oakleigh South Woolworths Oakleigh South, Cnr Warrigal Rd &, Centre Rd, Oakleigh South VIC 3167 Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21
Sunshine North Dan Murphy’s Sunshine, 47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine North VIC Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21
Tarneit Coles Tarneit West, Tarneit Rd, Tarneit 3029 Sep 20, 2020, 20/09/2020, 12pm-1pm Sept: 27, 26, 25, 24
Werribee Shearwater Village Park, Tundra Esplanade 20/09/2020, 4.30pm - 5.30pm Case and siblings attended the park for approximately 1 hour, met friends of case during park attendance. No indication of activity whilst at the park. Sept: 27
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20th - 26th
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 14th - 16th
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2020.09.26 02:38 Dezkin Daily COVID-19 Report for Clark County - Friday, Sept 25th

Clark County COVID-19 positives as of Friday, Sept 25th:
65583, ⬆️409 from 65174 (9/24)
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16-day tracking estimates:
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Current # COVID-19 in ICU:
# COVID-19 on HFNC Therapy:
# COVID-19 on ventilator:
# Remdesivir vials inventory:
# Staffed ICU beds inventory:
# Ventilators available: 463 (9/24)
# Ventilators in use: 268 (9/24)
# Ventilators inventory: 731 (9/24)
Source: https://nvha.net
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SNHD reports 92.4% (60577, ⬆️289 from 60288 (9/24)) of cases have recovered.
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Total Hospitalized: 5023*, ⬆️49 from 4974 (9/24)
*Hospitalized excludes deaths
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Total Deaths: 1360, ⬆️7 from 1360 (9/24)
(942 with underlying medical conditions)
Not mutually exclusive conditions:
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Positive Results Age Range Breakdown:
MIS-C Cases 9
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Hospitalized Age Range Breakdown:
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Deaths Age Range Breakdown:
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"Daily case counts reflect newly reported cases and may represent cases that were tested in the preceding days, which could significantly impact the count on days when a relatively large number of laboratory reports arrive in one day." SNHD confirmed they are not counting COVID-19 antibody positives into their COVID-19 positive case counts.
Majority of information is pulled from Southern Nevada Health District's COVID-19 dashboard and historical reports.
Our positives have slowed down, our recovery rate continues to rise (90+% range), but our hospitalizations are increasing. Protect our vulnerable and continue to practice good hygiene habits, including wearing a mask to prevent asymptomatic spread as mandated by Governor Sisolak (onus is on businesses, which we want to keep open, but Metro will not enforce it; OSHA is responsible for mask enforcement by fining the business). To report a non-compliant business through the state, call (702) 486-9020 or (775) 688-3700.
Doctors are doing convalescent plasma therapy treatments and are seeking plasma donors to help those in need. One plasma donation can help five patients. Blood donors can get the antibodies testing done for free.
FDA states 144 trials of therapeutics are underway to treat COVID-19. 457 more are in planning stages. None have been approved. Remdesivir and Dexamethaaone are FDA approved for emergency base use.
Nevada was approved for the 24-hour test procedure. FDA has approved a 30-minute and a 5-minute testing procedures. UNLV provides the main COVID-19 testing services. The first at-home testing kit was FDA approved on 5/15.
If you live within a 1-mile range of the Wal-Mart on Craig Rd, you qualify for a drone-delivered test kit to your front or back door.
Testing sites require an appointment; some may need to be scheduled by your primary care physician or another authorized provider.
City Serve coordinates testing sites throughout the valley. Testing is only on Saturdays. Schedule a no-cost test here: https://cityservelv.org/
The antibodies test was approved by the FDA a month ago. UMC, E7 Health and local laboratories are able to conduct antibodies testing. Cost is normally $149+, but your insurance may reimburse you for the test. Check your coverage first. Vitalant/Universal Blood Services will do a free antibody test for any eligible donors.
UMC is able to process 4,000 tests per day. It is encouraged for anyone to be tested. Symptoms are no longer required. Appointment is required.
UMC's testing sites are inside Thomas & Mack Center and Cashman Field Center. They can do 1,200 tests per day, Tues-Sat 8am to 4pm. No symptoms, insurance, or citizenship required for testing. Must schedule an appointment online through UMC's website (www.umcsn.com). A staff member will contact you back to schedule your appointment. According to their reps, there is no limit how often you can get tested. Sites are walk-in, appointment or walk-up. Both sites now use the self-nasal swab test kits.
UMC updates COVID-19 test guidelines:
New guidelines are to save test kits for those exhibiting symptoms.
See all testing locations on the SNHD website.
All CVS pharmacy drive-thru locations also do testing, no cost should be associated with this test. Validate with your insurance. If no insurance, there should be no charge.
Four months ago, the first vaccine was tested. More than 160 vaccine prototypes are being tested. Clinical trials of the vaccine were administered three months ago. Phase 1 & 2 of trial vaccines have completed with positive antibody results. Phase 3 clinical trials started with 30k volunteers; large test size of 3k vaccine test trials in the UK. Africa started their vaccine trials two months ago. Multiple sources stating to expect an FDA approved vaccine by end of the year.
Of the 100+ vaccines submitted, 22 have made the cut to go through testing and final FDA approval phases (5/15 briefing). The front runner vaccine is conducting human trails (Phase 3 aka final stage), completion date in September. AstraZeneca is prepared to produce 2 billion doses once the vaccine is FDA approved.
Government is working with four vaccine manufacturers who are in the final phases of vaccine trials, all prepared for massive vaccine output once FDA approval is given (7/31). Two of the four have in the final review phases with FDA (8/14).
Phase 3 vaccine trials for Vegas has started. Volunteers can call 702-893-8968. Must be 18+. Administered by the Wake Clinical Research Center of Nevada. Source.
Remain mindful to give our medical community the ability to focus on those in need of their expertise to survive and combat the virus.
For Nevada COVID-19 metrics, with historical spreadsheet and graph data, visit: The Nevada Independent Coronavirus Tracking or check out the link in our side bar.
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2020.09.26 00:36 Stoaticor Victoria records 12 new cases and 1 new death

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 

Other helpful info/links

Jenny Mikakos' resignation megathread
⚠️High-risk locations as of Saturday, 26 September 2020 at 2:26:52 pm AEST⚠️:
Aged care outbreaks: 34 (+0)
 
DHHS: Media Release - Saturday, 26 September
 

14 day numbers

 
26 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 330 23.6 31
Regional 11 0.8 0
 
25 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 352 353 25.1 25.2 34
Regional 11 10 0.8 0.7 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
East Gippsland includes a new diagnosed case, the case was staying in metropolitan Melbourne throughout the time they could have acquired and transmitted illness, and does not pose any public health risk to regional Victoria.
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +12 20,129 (-1)*
Active -38 444
Recovered +48 18,842
Deaths +1 782
Aged care (deaths) +1 620
Community transmission +2 4,270
Test results received +16,027 2,651,309
Hospital -5 53
ICU +1 9
Ventilated -1 5
*1 previous cases reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -38 444
Metropolitan Melbourne -36 432
Regional Victoria -1 10
Colac Otway +0 2
Greater Geelong +0 1
Greater Bendigo +0 0
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation -2 3
Interstate +0 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -16 231
Healthcare workers active -5 72
Healthcare workers total +5 3,521
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +0 4
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

The information below was extracted from the DHHS website and is correct and up to date as of Saturday, 26 September 2020 at 11:38:01 pm AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information. Any further changes made are as per the DHHS media release/information found on the aged care website.  
Aged care outbreaks: 34
  • Estia Aged Care Facility, Ardeer: 0 active cases
  • Jewish Care Hannah and Daryl Cohen Centre Windsor Aged Care Facility: 1 new case and added back on the list.
Total cases: +18
Total active: 242 (-55)
Total staff: +10
Total residents: +2
Total other: +6
Total deaths: +10
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 42 (+4) 41 (-2) 15 (+1) 23 (+2) 4 (+1) 2 (+1)
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 76 25 (-5) 28 (+1) 26 (-1) 22 7 (+1)
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 38 (+4) 25 (-1) 11 (+1) 22 (+1) 5 (+2) 4 (+1)
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 59 23 (-1) 22 20 17 6 (+1)
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 21 (+2) 15 6 14 (+1) 1 (+1) 3 (+1)
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 104 14 (-3) 37 58 9 20
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 259 (+3) 13 (-8) 132 (+3) 101 26 29 (+2)
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 83 10 (-7) 31 46 6 7
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 9 54 53 17 10
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 220 (+1) 6 87 103 (+1) 30 37 (+1)
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 122 6 (-1) 49 53 20 20
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 108 6 46 45 17 17
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 83 (+1) 6 (-8) 43 28 12 (+1) 7
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 21 (+2) 6 10 (+2) 10 1 1
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 127 (-1) 5 (-1) 46 79 (-1) 2 22
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 121 5 68 29 24 10
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 132 (+1) 4 60 (+1) 48 24 12
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 22 4 (-4) 12 10 0 3
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland (+1) 2 (-1) 47 (+1) 47 10 15
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 2 39 44 13 19
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 72 2 (-2) 31 31 10 11
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 1 44 57 7 26 (+1)
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 17
Outbreak closed - Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Kingston 85 1 34 44 7 17
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 75 1 37 32 6 12
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 1 23 40 5 4
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 1 30 24 1 13
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 52 1 (-6) 26 22 4 6
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 48 1 (-2) 22 18 8 3 (+1)
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 1 (-1) 13 8 7 3
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1 0
Jewish Care Hannah and Daryl Cohen Centre Windsor Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 75 (+1) 1 34 33 8 (+1) 2
Estia Aged Care Facility Ardeer Brimbank 165 (-1) 0 (-1) 85 49 (-1) 31 17
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Greater Dandenong +0 5 5 Sept: 26, 25
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - -1 9 11 Sept: 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong -2 14 20 (-1) Sept: 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey -5 13 44 Sept: 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong - 3 18 Sept: 23, 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway - 5 16 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 26/09⚠️

The table below was last updated on Saturday, 26 September 2020 at 2:26:52 pm AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • Woolworths Altona North, 302-330 Millers Rd Altona North
REMOVED:
  • Brunswick, Chemist Warehouse
  • Westgate Port Melbourne, KFC
Points to note: DHHS have started adding "notes" to some of the locations below.
 
Location Site Exposure period Notes Date
Altona North Woolworths Altona North, 302-330 Millers Rd Altona North 18/09 - 8am, 19/09 - 8am, 20/09 - 8.00am Case visited for approx. 10 mins each time Sept: 26
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre Sep 13, 2020 → Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 17
Carrum Carrum Foreshore SLSC Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 25. 24
Clayton Sarawan Spices, 335 Clayton Rd, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 19, 2020, 6pm Sept: 25, 24
Clayton Coles Clayton, Centre Rd &, Cooke St, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 19, 2020, 6pm Sept: 25, 24
Clayton Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette, 1298 Centre Rd, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 20, 2020, 6pm Sept: 25, 24
Dandenong South FacadeX, 3/433-435 Hammond Road, Dandenong South Sep 17, 2020 → Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 25, 24
Flinders Street Train Between Ringwood and Mitcham 23/09/2020, 2pm Sept: 25
Hoppers Crossing Woolworths Hoppers Crossing. Morris Road and Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 19, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22
Hoppers Crossing Pacific Shopping Centre Werribee, 250 Heaths Road, Cnr Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 17, 2020, 10am-12pm Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22
Hoppers Crossing Coles Hoppers Crossing, Old Geelong Road 13/09/2020, 10am - 10.40am Person was grocery shopping for about 40 min. Coles was notified on 18/09/2020 and they performed deep-cleaning on that day Sept: 25
Lilydale Lilydale train between Mitcham and Ringwood 23/09/2020, 12.15pm Person travelled on train from Mitcham Station to Ringwood station at approx 1215 and back at approx 1400 Sept: 25
Melbourne Victorian Market Communications, Queen Victoria Market F Shed Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020, 9am-3pm Sept: 25, 24
Melton Woolworths, Coburns Central Shopping Centre, 523-531 High St, Melton, VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23
Melton Primary Medical and Dental Centre, 247-251 Station Road, Melton VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22
Mitcham Bus 907 to/from Mitcham Station 19/09/20, 3pm and 3.30pm. 23/09/20, 12pm and 2.30pm Person travelled on bus to Mitcham Station from home at 1500 and returned on bus from Mitcham Station at 1530 - each trip approx. 7 mins Sept: 25
Mitcham Coles Mitcham, Victoria Avenue 19/09/2020, 3.15pm Person was grocery shopping Sept: 25
Mitcham Coles Mitcham, Mitcham Shopping Centre 23/09/2020, 2pm Person was grocery shopping Sept: 25
Niddrie Woolworths Central Shopping Centre, Keilor Road Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22
Oakleigh South Woolworths Oakleigh South, Cnr Warrigal Rd &, Centre Rd, Oakleigh South VIC 3167 Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21
Sunshine Baby Mode Sunshine Sep 13, 2020, 1pm-2pm Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21
Sunshine North Dan Murphy’s Sunshine, 47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine North VIC Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21
Tarneit Coles Tarneit West, Tarneit Rd, Tarneit 3029 Sep 20, 2020, 20/09/2020, 12pm-1pm Sept: 25, 24
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20th - 26th
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 13th - 16th
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2020.09.25 04:04 Dezkin Daily COVID-19 Report for Clark County - Thursday, Sept 24th

Clark County COVID-19 positives as of Thursday, Sept 24th:
65174, ⬆️279 from 64895 (9/23)
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16-day tracking estimates:
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Current # COVID-19 in ICU:
# COVID-19 on HFNC Therapy:
# COVID-19 on ventilator:
# Remdesivir vials inventory:
# Staffed ICU beds inventory:
# Ventilators available: 458 (9/23)
# Ventilators in use: 273 (9/23)
# Ventilators inventory: 731 (9/23)
Source: https://nvha.net
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SNHD reports 92.5% (60288, ⬆️255 from 60033 (9/23)) of cases have recovered.
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Total Hospitalized: 4974*, ⬆️47 from 4927 (9/23)
*Hospitalized excludes deaths
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Total Deaths: 1360, ⬆️7 from 1353 (9/23)
(936 with underlying medical conditions)
Not mutually exclusive conditions:
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Positive Results Age Range Breakdown:
MIS-C Cases 9
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Hospitalized Age Range Breakdown:
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Deaths Age Range Breakdown:
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"Daily case counts reflect newly reported cases and may represent cases that were tested in the preceding days, which could significantly impact the count on days when a relatively large number of laboratory reports arrive in one day." SNHD confirmed they are not counting COVID-19 antibody positives into their COVID-19 positive case counts.
Majority of information is pulled from Southern Nevada Health District's COVID-19 dashboard and historical reports.
Our positives have slowed down, our recovery rate continues to rise (90+% range), but our hospitalizations are increasing. Protect our vulnerable and continue to practice good hygiene habits, including wearing a mask to prevent asymptomatic spread as mandated by Governor Sisolak (onus is on businesses, which we want to keep open, but Metro will not enforce it; OSHA is responsible for mask enforcement by fining the business). To report a non-compliant business through the state, call (702) 486-9020 or (775) 688-3700.
Doctors are doing convalescent plasma therapy treatments and are seeking plasma donors to help those in need. One plasma donation can help five patients. Blood donors can get the antibodies testing done for free.
FDA states 144 trials of therapeutics are underway to treat COVID-19. 457 more are in planning stages. None have been approved. Remdesivir and Dexamethaaone are FDA approved for emergency base use.
Nevada was approved for the 24-hour test procedure. FDA has approved a 30-minute and a 5-minute testing procedures. UNLV provides the main COVID-19 testing services. The first at-home testing kit was FDA approved on 5/15.
If you live within a 1-mile range of the Wal-Mart on Craig Rd, you qualify for a drone-delivered test kit to your front or back door.
Testing sites require an appointment; some may need to be scheduled by your primary care physician or another authorized provider.
City Serve coordinates testing sites throughout the valley. Testing is only on Saturdays. Schedule a no-cost test here: https://cityservelv.org/
The antibodies test was approved by the FDA a month ago. UMC, E7 Health and local laboratories are able to conduct antibodies testing. Cost is normally $149+, but your insurance may reimburse you for the test. Check your coverage first. Vitalant/Universal Blood Services will do a free antibody test for any eligible donors.
UMC is able to process 4,000 tests per day. It is encouraged for anyone to be tested. Symptoms are no longer required. Appointment is required.
UMC's testing sites are inside Thomas & Mack Center and Cashman Field Center. They can do 1,200 tests per day, Tues-Sat 8am to 4pm. No symptoms, insurance, or citizenship required for testing. Must schedule an appointment online through UMC's website (www.umcsn.com). A staff member will contact you back to schedule your appointment. According to their reps, there is no limit how often you can get tested. Sites are walk-in, appointment or walk-up. Both sites now use the self-nasal swab test kits.
UMC updates COVID-19 test guidelines:
New guidelines are to save test kits for those exhibiting symptoms.
Expanded drive-thru testing:
See all testing locations on the SNHD website.
All CVS pharmacy drive-thru locations also do testing, no cost should be associated with this test. Validate with your insurance. If no insurance, there should be no charge.
Four months ago, the first vaccine was tested. More than 160 vaccine prototypes are being tested. Clinical trials of the vaccine were administered three months ago. Phase 1 & 2 of trial vaccines have completed with positive antibody results. Phase 3 clinical trials started with 30k volunteers; large test size of 3k vaccine test trials in the UK. Africa started their vaccine trials two months ago. Multiple sources stating to expect an FDA approved vaccine by end of the year.
Of the 100+ vaccines submitted, 22 have made the cut to go through testing and final FDA approval phases (5/15 briefing). The front runner vaccine is conducting human trails (Phase 3 aka final stage), completion date in September. AstraZeneca is prepared to produce 2 billion doses once the vaccine is FDA approved.
Government is working with four vaccine manufacturers who are in the final phases of vaccine trials, all prepared for massive vaccine output once FDA approval is given (7/31). Two of the four have in the final review phases with FDA (8/14).
Phase 3 vaccine trials for Vegas has started. Volunteers can call 702-893-8968. Must be 18+. Administered by the Wake Clinical Research Center of Nevada. Source.
Remain mindful to give our medical community the ability to focus on those in need of their expertise to survive and combat the virus.
For Nevada COVID-19 metrics, with historical spreadsheet and graph data, visit: The Nevada Independent Coronavirus Tracking or check out the link in our side bar.
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2020.09.25 00:40 Stoaticor Victoria records 14 new cases and 8 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 

⚠️High-risk location - snapshot:

The table below was last updated on Friday, 25 September 2020 at 6:23:15 pm AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
Locations added today: 6
Locations removed today: 5
 

Aged care outbreak - snapshot:

 

Other updates:

 
✅DHHS: Media Release - Friday, 25 September
 

14 day numbers

 
25 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 352 353 25.1 25.2 34
Regional 11 10 0.8 0.7 0
East Gippsland includes a new diagnosed case, the case was staying in metropolitan Melbourne throughout the time they could have acquired and transmitted illness, and does not pose any public health risk to regional Victoria.
 
24 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 374 26.7 37
Regional 15 1.1 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +14 20,118 (-1)*
Active -50 482
Recovered +56 18,794
Deaths +8 781
Aged care (deaths) +7 619 (+1)**
Community transmission +1 4,268
Test results received +12,460 2,635,282
Hospital -9 58
ICU +0 8
Ventilated +0 6
*1 previous case reclassified. **1 previous death newly linked.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -50 482
Metropolitan Melbourne -49 468
Regional Victoria +1 11
Colac Otway +0 2
Greater Geelong +0 1
Greater Bendigo -1 0
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation -2 3
Interstate +0 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -27 247
Healthcare workers active -6 77
Healthcare workers total +2 3,516
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +0 4
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

Table on DHHS last checked on Friday, 25 September 2020 at 5:42:09 pm AEST - hasn't been updated for the last two days. Any changes made are as per the DHHS media release. Also, additional information from outside the DHHS website has been obtained and added.
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Estia Keilor 2** Keilor Downs Brimbank 38 43 14 21 3 1
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 76 30 27 27 22 6
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 59 26 22 20 17 5
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 34 26 10 21 3 3
Latest numbers - Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 256 21 130 (+1) 101 26 30 (+3)
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 104 17 37 58 9 20
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 83 17 31 46 6 7
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 19 15 6 13 0 2
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 82 14 43 28 11 7
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 9 54 53 17 10
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 22 8 12 10 0 3
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 122 7 49 53 20 20
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 52 7 26 22 4 6
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 220 (+1) 6 87 102 30 36
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 127 (-1) 6 46 80 2 22
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 108 6 46 45 17 17
Latest numbers - Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 8 (+2) 1 (-7) 7 (-3) 1 (+0) 1 (+0)
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 121 5 68 29 24 10
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 132 (+1) 4 59 48 24 12
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 72 4 31 31 10 11
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 103 3 46 47 10 15
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 48 3 22 18 8 2
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 2 39 44 13 19
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 2 13 8 7 3
Estia Aged Care Facility Ardeer Brimbank 166 1 85 50 31 17
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 1 44 57 7 25
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 17
Outbreak closed - Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Kingston 85 1 34 44 7 17
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 75 1 37 32 6 12
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 1 23 40 5 4
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 1 30 24 1 13
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1 0
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Springvale shared accommodation Springvale Melbourne +5 5 5 Sept: 25
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +0 10 11 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +0 16 21 (+2) Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey +0 18 44 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong - 3 18 Sept: 23, 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway - 5 16 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 25/09⚠️

The table below was last updated on Friday, 25 September 2020 at 6:23:15 pm AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • Bus 907 to/from Mitcham Station, Mitcham - 19/09/20, 3pm and 3.30pm & 23/09/20, 12pm and 2.30pm.
  • Flinders Street Train, between Ringwood and Mitcham - 23/09/2020, 2pm
  • Coles Hoppers Crossing, Old Geelong Road - 13/09/2020, 10am - 10.40am
  • Lilydale train between Mitcham and Ringwood - 23/09/2020, 12.15pm
  • Mitcham Coles Mitcham, Victoria Avenue - 19/09/2020, 3.15pm
  • Mitcham Coles Mitcham, Mitcham Shopping Centre - 23/09/2020, 2pm
REMOVED:
  • Park House, 627 Victoria St, Abbotsford, 3067
  • DH Corrosion, 86 Ordish Road, Dandenong South
  • Craigieburn Shopping Centre
  • FMIG radiology, 103 main road west St Albans 3021
  • Coles, Brandon Park Shopping Centre, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill VIC 3150
Points to note: None.
 
Location Site Exposure period Date
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse Sep 11, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre Sep 13, 2020 → Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 17
Carrum Carrum Foreshore SLSC Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 25. 24
Clayton Sarawan Spices, 335 Clayton Rd, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 19, 2020, 6pm Sept: 25, 24
Clayton Coles Clayton, Centre Rd &, Cooke St, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 19, 2020, 6pm Sept: 25, 24
Clayton Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette, 1298 Centre Rd, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 20, 2020, 6pm Sept: 25, 24
Dandenong South FacadeX, 3/433-435 Hammond Road, Dandenong South Sep 17, 2020 → Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 25, 24
Flinders Street Train Between Ringwood and Mitcham 23/09/2020, 2pm Sept: 25
Hoppers Crossing Woolworths Hoppers Crossing. Morris Road and Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 19, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22
Hoppers Crossing Pacific Shopping Centre Werribee, 250 Heaths Road, Cnr Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 17, 2020, 10am-12pm Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22
Hoppers Crossing Coles Hoppers Crossing, Old Geelong Road 13/09/2020, 10am - 10.40am Sept: 25
Lilydale Lilydale train between Mitcham and Ringwood 23/09/2020, 12.15pm Sept: 25
Melbourne Victorian Market Communications, Queen Victoria Market F Shed Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020, 9am-3pm Sept: 25, 24
Melton Woolworths, Coburns Central Shopping Centre, 523-531 High St, Melton, VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23
Melton Primary Medical and Dental Centre, 247-251 Station Road, Melton VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22
Mitcham Bus 907 to/from Mitcham Station 19/09/20, 3pm and 3.30pm. 23/09/20, 12pm and 2.30pm Sept: 25
Mitcham Coles Mitcham, Victoria Avenue 19/09/2020, 3.15pm Sept: 25
Mitcham Coles Mitcham, Mitcham Shopping Centre 23/09/2020, 2pm Sept: 25
Niddrie Woolworths Central Shopping Centre, Keilor Road Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22
Oakleigh South Woolworths Oakleigh South, Cnr Warrigal Rd &, Centre Rd, Oakleigh South VIC 3167 Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21
Sunshine Baby Mode Sunshine Sep 13, 2020, 1pm-2pm Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21
Sunshine North Dan Murphy’s Sunshine, 47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine North VIC Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21
Tarneit Coles Tarneit West, Tarneit Rd, Tarneit 3029 Sep 20, 2020, 20/09/2020, 12pm-1pm Sept: 25, 24
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC Sep 11, 2020 → Sep 12, 2020 Sept: 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 17, 16
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20th - 25th
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
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2020.09.24 18:26 SaintRidley Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Apr. 18, 1988

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words, continuing in the footsteps of daprice82. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
• PREVIOUS •
1987
FUTURE YEARS ARCHIVE:
The Complete Observer Rewind Archive by daprice82
1-4-1988 1-11-1988 1-18-1988 1-25-1988
2-1-1988 2-8-1988 2-15-1988 2-22-1988
2-29-1988 3-7-1988 3-14-1988 3-21-1988
3-28-1988 4-4-1988 4-11-1988 *
  • Akira Maeda announced that he’s restarting the Universal Wrestling Federation (the Japan version, not the one Bill Watts had) and they’re running their first show at Korauken Hall on May 12. Nobuhiko Takada and Kazuo Yamazaki, along with Yoji Anjo, Tetsuo Nakano, and Shigeo Miyato are also going with Maeda. All of them are members of the original organization, which closed in September 1985. The official announcement was set for April 8, but the story broke early. Expect matches to be in the style of the original UWF, focusing on a hard martial arts style of kicks and holds with next to no showmanship. UWF lasted 17 months in its original incarnation and gathered a cult following in Tokyo, but it couldn’t draw on the road because they had no tv and the style was fairly impenetrable to all but the hardest core fans. Like, I love Shayna Baszler, but I also don’t want an entire promotion of Shayna Baszlers, and that’s UWF. Anyway, they’re not going to do tours like the other big promotions in Japan, but rather do a big show each month in the big cities only. Their next planned show in Tokyo after the return isn’t until August, and they won’t hit Osaka until December. Back in November Maeda shot on Riki Choshu, breaking two bones under his eye and getting Maeda suspended, before ultimately getting fired on March 1 after he wouldn’t come to terms on a new contract. Dave expects UWF 2.0 to have a hard time making it with only one show a month and videotape as their only revenue streams (yeah, tapes are too expensive for the PWG model to work).
  • And tying into all this, Takada and Yamazaki’s last match in New Japan saw another shoot incident. On March 19 in Korauken Hall, they wrestled Kuniaki Kobayashi and Norio Honaga, and Kobayashi slapped Yamazaki hard at the opening bell. Since he apparently was already going to quit, Yamazaki then shot on Kobayashi, kicking him in the face and they then brawled until several wrestlers broke them up. Later on he tried again when Kobayashi had Takada in an abdominal stretch.
Watch: Takada and Yamazaki vs. Honaga and Kobayashi
  • Outside that news, the world of wrestling is quiet in the post-Wrestlemania season. WWF will have tv tapings on April 21 in New Haven and April 22 in Springfield, Massachusetts, as well as a Saturday Night’s Main Event taping that week and a Madison Square Garden show on the 25th. The line-up for the New Haven taping has DiBiase vs. Beefcake, Savage defending against Andre, Honkytonk vs. Bigelow (may not happen, since Bigelow underwent double knee surgery last week), and Strike Force vs. Demolition. It’ll be interesting to see what kind of rating they pull for an entire show without Hogan.
  • WWF released information on their internal projections for Wrestlemania IV, and in hindsight they’re laughable. They anticipated a gross of $40 million when adding the gate, ppv, closed circuit, and projected videotape sales. As for their reports on what they did take: they’re claiming $1.5 million for the live gate (probably accurate, if you include the site fee Donald Trump paid), $20 million on ppv (they’re claiming a 9.8 buyrate), and $4 million incoming from the 100,000 video tapes they project selling. (Dave’s been told that’s never going to happen). Even adding up those figures, you fall ludicrously short of their projected $40 million, and yet publications are running with the numbers and even the $40 million number and not even bothering to add things up. And that really gives proof to the fact that it does not matter what the actual numbers are for WWF - they are entirely built up on image, and the whole wrestling business is too, for that matter. WWF needs to claim Wrestlemania IV was a bigger success than Wrestlemania III for three key reasons: 1. Advertisers and the media have predicted the end of the “wrestling fad” since the beginning and anything that would make them think it actually is dropping off will make sponsors drop WWF real quick, 2. WWF can’t allow an image of failure (and let’s be clear, Wrestlemania IV wasn’t a failure, it just wasn’t as successful as projected), and 3. It keeps people from looking into why it wasn’t as successful as projected. Now, the reasons there are that the tournament as an idea wasn’t as strong as they thought it would be and that weakens the image of Vince as a genius, but he can’t be blamed here because it looked like a good idea until the ticket sales numbers started coming in. And if someone got the idea that Crockett’s show hurt them, well that makes them competition, and WWF’s official company line is that there is no competition to them. So if you’re WWF, you have to project strength on all fronts and positive momentum no matter what, and in a way that’s what keeps them running - the momentum of their own image of success is more powerful than the reality of their actual numbers. And since to the wider world Wrestlemania was not a failure and Crockett doesn’t even exist, that might just be the biggest hurdle they have to overcome and should be Crockett’s number one goal. And indeed, WWF/WWE has always managed to keep a stranglehold on the public image of wrestling in the United States, even in the Monday Night Wars to an extent, as evidenced by the many times WCW’s contributions would be ignored or even labeled as WWF stuff.
  • Syndicated ratings for the week ending March 20 had WWF at number 3 with an 11.2 All-Star Wrestling network (AWA, Memphis, Pro Wrestling this Week, POWW, GLOW) got an 8.6 and 6th place, while Crockett had a 7.8 for 7th place.
  • The third Crockett Cup takes place on April 22 and 23 in Greenville, SC and Greensboro, NC, and it’s the least hyped yet. The Crocketts are projecting a sellout and $307,000 at the gate, and advance sales have been good, but Dave gets the feeling it might be too soon to run a big show after a big show, since it’s hard to get a crowd up in interest again so soon after a big peak point for interest. And then there’s the build, which has been awful. Flair vs. Koloff, the main event for the second night, won’t even be announced until April 16, like it’s a throwaway. Midnight Rider vs. JJ Dillon in a bullrope match probably won’t be announced until then too, and not even all the teams for the Cup have been announced yet, let alone the bracket. Dave knows about 14 teams, some of which haven’t been announced officially, and they have every name guy there is in the company, which means ten teams of jobbers. And that’s going to make the Greenville taping suck. Much better to limit things to 16 teams, but that’s not the Crockett way.
  • Gordon Solie leaving Global may be the biggest burial Dave’s ever seen. Bob Roop, the face commentator, talked about Solie as a once-great announcer and former legend who has absolutely lost it, while Red Roberts played heel and “portrayed Solie as someone who never [was] what he appeared to be” and said he was a “very ordinary man who was a different person when the camera was off.” They referenced little off-camera remarks Solie would make denigrating fans and brought up all the jobs he’s lost in the past few years (TBS, Pro Wrestling This Week, Championship Wrestling from Florida, which really isn’t a lot in wrestling, but whatever). Obviously, lots of hard feelings about Solie quitting Global to go work with Steve Keirn and Jerry Jarrett in their proposed Florida promotion.
  • Central States is now working with World Class to get big names for their big shows, and the first outing of this joint venture was a total disaster. It mostly comes down to the World Class guys not being able to get enough work in Texas. Anyway, they had Mike George defend the “World” title against Chris Adams, and George accidentally hit Adams really hard in the face with a dropkick. He broke Adams’ cheekbone and nose, and knocked out several teeth as well. No word on how long Adams will be out of action, but he’s going to have to have reconstructive surgery. Considering he just came back from a broken hand (which didn’t heal correctly in the first place), he may have the doctors re-break it to let it heal correctly.
  • Stampede had a near sellout in Calgary on April 1. The main event had Owen Hart and Jason the Terrible vs. Johnny Smith and Makhan Singh in a street fight (Owen and Jason won by DQ, so I guess those are possible in Calgary street fights). Everybody bled and Kerry Brown and Rip Rogers ran in to attack Owen and Jason, which caused the disqualification. At one point Smith hit Jason with a 45 gallon drum. For April 8 they announced an eight-man street fight, but due to the mayhem the Calgary Boxing and Wrestling Commission is refusing to authorize a street fight, so it’s going to be a regular eight-man tag match.
  • May 9 in Memphis is going to be Jerry Lawler night. They’ll have Curt Hennig defending the AWA World Title against Lawler, and if Lawler loses he’ll retire from wrestling. Their April4 stretcher match drew 6,500 on the strength of $1 student tickets. Lawler was going to win, until Scotty the Body (the future Raven) interfered ineffectively, and Eddie Gilbert came out after and used chloroform to knock Lawler out and put him on the stretcher. A riot almost broke out. On April 9 Scotty and Lawler had a grudge match where Scotty would get a date with Missy Hyatt if he won. He lost, bad, and Missy slapped him, and he’s back as a babyface since Lawler saved him from a beat down afterwards.
  • Dave hears that AWA is trying to get out of being a wrestling promotion and operate more as a booking office. The idea is to showcase as many wrestlers as they can on the Las Vegas tapes, use ESPN to sell shows for local promoters, and farm their talent out. We’ll see how that goes.
  • AWA is bringing some dude named Diamond Dallas Page in to manage Diamond and Tanaka. Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson are apparently also being booked out of the AWA now, which should end rumors of them going to the WWF.
  • Bob Orton signed a three year contract with New Japan.
  • Fabulous Lance still hasn’t arrived in World Class.
  • Correction on the description of the King Parsons title win in World Class. Black Bart and Buddy Roberts weren’t shining flashlights in fans’ faces when the lights went out.
  • New Japan had no tv for the past three weeks but returns on April 16 in a 4 pm to 5 pm Saturday timeslot. It’s going to get pre-empted regularly for the rest of the year due to TV Asahi having other sports they have higher on their priority list.
  • The departures from New Japan in the wake of the UWF announcement have them hurting pretty bad for roster depth.
  • Bob Orton’s getting over well in the small towns with his Billy Gasper the pirate gimmick. He’s doing lots of clowning around and that works in the small towns. It’s going poorly with the Tokyo fans, though.
  • Masa Saito did an interview on March 18 saying the guys in the pirate masks aren’t real pirates and he’ll bring real pirates to New Japan. Orton then did an interview and said they were real pirates, and said a third Gasper brother named Barry coming to Japan.
  • Two more All Japan Women retirements have been announced. Kazue Nagahori (age 19) and Condor Saito (age 20) announced their impending retirements on April 2. That brings us to 7 women leaving the promotion since December (including Dump Matsumoto, Yukari Omori, and Devil Masami). Losing Dump has done a huge number on their ratings - Dump’s retirement show drew a 13.2 (compared to an average range from 8.5-11.5), but their first show without her drew a 5.7.
  • The Jumping Bomb Angels returned to AJW and were billed as WWF Tag Team champions. They’re defending the titles over there right now. We’re a couple months from Moolah getting the titles and division killed off.
  • All Japan is building toward an April 15 match between Genichiro Tenryu and Bruiser Brody to unify the singles titles. Tenryu has the United National and PWF Titles and Brody has the International Title. This doesn’t go anywhere. This issue’s street date is one year to the day before the Triple Crown Championship is established.
  • Tom Magee is wrestling preliminary matches in All Japan, and Dave gives an overview of his career thus far. He debuted in October 1985 and everyone thought he’d be a future superstar. Built like Lex Luger, strong as an ox (he’s a three time winner of World’s Strongest Man competitions), 6’5” and north of 270 lbs, and experienced in gymnastics and karate so agile as all hell. On paper, he’s kind of like Lesnar: just a freak specimen of an athlete. Only, unlike Lesnar he couldn’t transition that into learning to wrestle even a lick. He started out in Stampede and his very first match was his best because he just kept getting worse. He had a terrible match in Japan against Riki Choshu where a spark of potential might have shone for a millisecond. WWF signed him and debuted him in a match against Bret Hart, and Hart made him look incredible and Vince was convinced he had the guy to replace Hogan., only to find out later that the match was all Bret and nobody else knew what to do to make him look good. They had him on the C string house show tours with no improvement in sight, and he left to go do strength stuff in Europe. Unlike Ultimate Warrior, whose build is similar and wrestling ability is even more negligible, Magee had no charisma or personality to save him. So 2.5 years after supposedly being the next Hogan, he’s still no better than he was on his first match and has no discernible future in the wrestling business. The match is on the WWE Network on the special Holy Grail: The Search for WWE’s Most Infamous Lost Match.
Watch: Tom Magee vs. Riki Choshu
Watch Tom Magee reminisces about his match with Bret Hart
  • Vince McMahon is trying to get lobbyist support to abolish the Washington State Athletic Commission.
  • April 2 in San Juan Puerto Rico drew 10,000 for WWC with Hercules Ayala beating Carlos Colón to retain the Universal Title by disqualification. On the same card, Invader #1 (fuck Invader #1) regained the TV title from Super Black Ninja (Keiji Muto).
  • Madusa Miceli is doing a test shoot for Playboy. Playboy’s wanted to do a spread with a pro wrestling personality, but several women have turned them down and Dave won’t name names, but you can probably guess accurately anyway if you know the major women in the business right now. I can’t decide if the extremely minimal coverage Dave gives American women’s wrestling at this point is an advantage in guessing (if you go by Dave’s coverage, Candi Divine, Sherri Martel, Medusa, Rockin’ Robin, The Glamour Girls, the Jumping Bomb Angels, Precious, Missy Hyatt, Misty Blue, Baby Doll, and Elizabeth are basically the only women in the United States), or if it’s an indictment of his coverage of women’s wrestling. Anyway, Medusa does the shoot, but doesn’t authorize release because she gets an offer to do a tour with AJW, and with the strict code of conduct in Japan for performers, she made the smart move for her career here.
  • Northeast Championship Wrestling is trying to get Iron Sheik and Sergeant Slaughter together for a match. The big wrench in the works there is Vince McMahon. If Sheik can clean up his act, he’s likely to get re-signed by Vince because McMahon still sees some cartoon villain value in him on the lower card.
  • Everything in Global is still revolving around the Dr. Red Roberts and V.C. Minh vs. Col. Kirchner and G.I. Joe Palardy feud. But worry not, they’ve got a guy named Steve Collins who’s turning heel because he’s got two valets called the party girls, and one (Dominique) is a heel. The other is apparently the hottest valet in the business right now, and I cannot believe that sentence is basically verbatim.
  • We get a letter from a graduate student in the radio-tv department at Auburn University (nowadays he’s a professor at Union University) who wants to offer his professional take on Clash and Wrestlemania. He says Clash definitely wins for best show and Sting/Flair wins best match, then runs down positives and negatives for each. For Wrestlemania, the camera setup, lighting, roster, Ventura, and quality finals are all big pluses for the show, and the venue had the requisite glitz and Bob Uecker fit in well with the zany cast of characters as well. For Clash, the big pluses were solid feuds, minimal Dusty, better lighting than their previous shows, good use of interview segments, Bob Caudle, three really excellent main event level matches, limited ad breaks, Jim Ross emerging as the best commentator in the company, better wrestlers, and a really hot crowd from start to finish. Negatives for Wrestlemania include Gorilla Monsoon’s cliches, the unwieldy tournament, too long a card, a weak main event compared to the match they had on Saturday Night’s Main Event (it seemed rushed for time), and the non-tournament matches were largely garbage, leading the whole show to feel unfocused, confused, and unprepared compared to Wrestlemania 3. Clash had some minuses as well though: too many crowd reaction shots, timing miscues on shots going wide, why were Jason Hervey and Ken Osmond at the judges’ table, the cop-out finish to the main event (they could have saved it with Osmond playing his character to break a 2-2 tie for Flair), maybe a bit more context on a couple things like Dusty/Tully/Magnum would have helped out, and they could have really used a video package for FlaiSting to set the stage for new viewers. He rates both shows out of five on several fronts. For overall production, Wrestlemania wins 4.5 to 4 over Clash. For match quality, Clash gets 4.5 to Wrestlemania’s 2. For crowd enthusiasm, Clash wins 5 to Wrestlemania’ 1.5. Clash gets 4 (for Jim Ross) and Wrestlemania gets 3 (for Ventura) on announcing. For overall excellence, Clash wins 5 to Wrestlemania’s 2, leading to overall totals of Wrestlemania 12.5/25 to Clash’s 22.5/25.
  • The rest of the letters are more thoughts on Wrestlemania and Clash. You can guess fairly accurately that the vast majority agree Clash was better. One ridiculously long letter takes a contrarian view and tries to argue that Flair looked like a sad, tired old man and the match gave him all the Sting he’ll ever need to see for the rest of his life.
  • In Global, there’s a team called Death Row and they beat up a plant in the audience. Dave thinks this is the stupidest angle ever, because why would fans buy tickets if they think it puts them in danger of getting beat up by the wrestlers for no reason?
  • Also Global, Rusty Brooks and Jumbo Barretta won the tag titles in a match where they were on opposite teams. Brooks was teamed with Tom Nash and Barretta with Matt Oddo, and somehow Brooks and Nash won when Barretta wouldn’t get in the ring to fight Brooks, but somehow Brooks and Barretta wound up becoming champions out of it. Nobody understands what happened.
  • Joe Pedicino is running a 20 hour wrestling telethon on May 28 to benefit the Atlanta Police Department. It won’t be just wrestling - there will be some movies and sports interspersed in. So I guess it’s not exactly a 20 hour wrestling telethon, now, is it, Dave?
  • So that Hogan movie? Not a biopic. It’s going to star Hogan and the story will be built around a toughman contest. Dave notes that every movie with that concept has bombed. Well, Dave’s wrong about this being a toughman movie, but he’s right about it bombing. We’re at least somewhat conceptually closer to No Holds Barred, at least.
  • Roddy Piper signed a three movie deal with John Carpenter for several million dollars. Good for Piper, but he needs to hope his movies continue to do well - one flop and Hollywood is likely to move on from him and the other movies will likely be forgotten.
  • WWF has done some spring cleaning. S.D. Jones, Iron Mike Sharpe, Sika, Outback Jack, Hillbilly Jim, Johnny V, and Terry Gibbs are all gone. Craig De George, an announcer, is also gone.
  • Vince McMahon is privately blaming himself for Wrestlemania not being as successful as expected. Particularly, he’s beating himself up for letting the creative slide. Is this where the beginning of the creative slide that gets us to the New Generation doldrums began? I don’t know, so I guess we might see.
  • NWA Main Event is the new big show, so obviously the best way to build it up is to have it pre-empted four weeks in a row right after it debuts. Yep. Atlanta Braves baseball has kicked NWA Main Event from its timeslot for the next few weeks and it wound up on at 11 am Saturday, so nobody saw it. There were apparently some good matches this week, and Dave promises to talk about the show and some of its production snafus next week.
  • Last week Dave incorrectly reported that Brad Armstrong had knee surgery. He didn’t. He just took off the week to rest up, but his knee is messed up and he probably should get surgery.
  • [NWA] Midnight Rider (Dave calls him Midlife Rider) debuted on the tv tapings on April 10. If you somehow don’t know, it’s Dusty. Anyway, he came in on a horse with Magnum T.A. leading the horse, then came out later and choked Tully Blanchard with a lasso.
  • The April 30 Saturday Night’s Main Event will be taped on April 22. They’re taping an episode of Wrestling Challenge too, so expect a 5 hour card if you’re there live. And bring a pillow, because this sounds dreadful: Savage vs. Gang for the title, Honkytonk vs. Beefer for the title, Bulldogs vs. Demolition non-title, DiBiase vs. Muraco, and Andre vs. Jake the Snake.
  • Big John Studd was set to return to WWF, but has pushed his planned return back to the fall. Push that back until December. It’ll be Studd’s final run in the company and it’s only going to last until June next year, but at least he’ll have a Royal Rumble win out of it. After that he’ll do occasional independent dates and retire in 1990 after discovering he has Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
NEXT WEEK: Big shows being built, New Japan coming to American tv?, more in-depth poll results analysis, and more
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2020.09.24 00:41 Stoaticor Victoria records 12 new cases and 2 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
✅DHHS: Media Release - Thursday, 24 September
 

14 day numbers

24 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 374 26.7 37
Regional 15 1.1 0
 
23 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 412 29.4 41
Regional 15 1.1 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +12 20,105 (-7)*
Active -22 532
Recovered +25 18,738
Deaths +2 773
Aged care (deaths) +2 611
Community transmission -1 4,267
Test results received +13,337 2,622,822
Hospital -8 67
ICU +0 8
Ventilated +0 6
*7 previous cases reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -22 532
Metropolitan Melbourne -20 517
Regional Victoria -4 10
Colac Otway -3 2
Greater Geelong -1 1
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation +2 5
Interstate +0 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -10 274
Healthcare workers active +10 83
Healthcare workers total +4 3,514
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +0 4
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

24/09: No changes recorded from 23-09 to 24-09.
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Estia Keilor 2** Keilor Downs Brimbank 38 43 14 21 3 1
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 76 30 27 27 22 6
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 59 26 22 20 17 5
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 34 26 10 21 3 3
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 256 21 129 101 26 27
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 104 17 37 58 9 20
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 83 17 31 46 6 7
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 19 15 6 13 0 2
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 82 14 43 28 11 7
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 9 54 53 17 10
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 22 8 12 10 0 3
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 122 7 49 53 20 20
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 52 7 26 22 4 6
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 219 6 87 102 30 36
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 128 6 46 80 2 22
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 108 6 46 45 17 17
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 6 8 10 1 1
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 121 5 68 29 24 10
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 131 4 59 48 24 12
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 72 4 31 31 10 11
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 103 3 46 47 10 15
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 48 3 22 18 8 2
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 2 39 44 13 19
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 2 13 8 7 3
Estia Aged Care Facility Ardeer Brimbank 166 1 85 50 31 17
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 1 44 57 7 25
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 17
Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Kingston 85 1 34 44 7 17
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 75 1 37 32 6 12
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 1 23 40 5 4
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 1 30 24 1 13
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1 0
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +0 10 11 Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +4 16 19 (+1) Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey -1 18 44 (+1) Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong - 3 18 (+1) Sept: 23, 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway - 5 16 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 24/09⚠️

The table below was last updated on Friday, 25 September 2020 at 12:02:12 am AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
 
ADDED:
  • Abbotsford, Park House, 627 Victoria St, Abbotsford, 3067
  • Carrum Foreshore SLSC
  • Sarawan Spices, 335 Clayton Rd, Clayton VIC 3168
  • Coles Clayton, Centre Rd &, Cooke St, Clayton VIC 3168
  • Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette, 1298 Centre Rd, Clayton VIC 3168
  • DH Corrosion, 86 Ordish Road, Dandenong South
  • FacadeX, 3/433-435 Hammond Road, Dandenong South
  • Neo Apartments, 200 Spencer St, Melbourne 3000
  • Victorian Market Communications, Queen Victoria Market F Shed
  • Coles Tarneit West, Tarneit Rd, Tarneit 3029
  • Coles, Brandon Park Shopping Centre, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill VIC 3150
REMOVED:
  • Narre Warren, Westfied Fountain Gate
  • Clifton Hill, Provans Mitre 10
  • Roxburgh Park, Coles Roxburgh Park
  • Roxburgh Park, Freshplus Roxburgh Park
  • Melbourne, Neo Apartments, 200 Spencer St, Melbourne 3000
  • Melbourne Airport, McDonalds (store inside the airport), Melbourne Airport, VIC 3045
Points to note:
  • McDonalds (store inside the airport), Melbourne Airport, VIC 3045 - this was updated earlier to say Terminal 2 but now it has been removed.
 
Location Site Exposure period Date
Abbotsford Park House, 627 Victoria St, Abbotsford, 3067 Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 24
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse Sep 11, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre Sep 13, 2020 → Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21, 17
Carrum Carrum Foreshore SLSC Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 24
Clayton Sarawan Spices, 335 Clayton Rd, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 19, 2020, 6pm Sept: 24
Clayton Coles Clayton, Centre Rd &, Cooke St, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 19, 2020, 6pm Sept: 24
Clayton Clayton Supa Wash Coin Laundrette, 1298 Centre Rd, Clayton VIC 3168 Sep 20, 2020, 6pm Sept: 24
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre Sep 11, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21, 17, 14,
Dandenong South DH Corrosion, 86 Ordish Road, Dandenong South Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 24
Dandenong South FacadeX, 3/433-435 Hammond Road, Dandenong South Sep 17, 2020 → Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 24
Hoppers Crossing Woolworths Hoppers Crossing. Morris Road and Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 19, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22
Hoppers Crossing Pacific Shopping Centre Werribee, 250 Heaths Road, Cnr Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 17, 2020, 10am-12pm Sept: 24, 23, 22
Melbourne Victorian Market Communications, Queen Victoria Market F Shed Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020, 9am-3pm Sept: 24
Melton Woolworths, Coburns Central Shopping Centre, 523-531 High St, Melton, VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 24, 23
Melton Primary Medical and Dental Centre, 247-251 Station Road, Melton VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22
Niddrie Woolworths Central Shopping Centre, Keilor Road Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22
Oakleigh South Woolworths Oakleigh South, Cnr Warrigal Rd &, Centre Rd, Oakleigh South VIC 3167 Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21
St Albans FMIG radiology, 103 main road west St Albans 3021 Sep 10, 2020, 9.50am-11am Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21
Sunshine Baby Mode Sunshine Sep 13, 2020, 1pm-2pm Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21
Sunshine North Dan Murphy’s Sunshine, 47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine North VIC Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21
Tarneit Coles Tarneit West, Tarneit Rd, Tarneit 3029 Sep 20, 2020, 20/09/2020, 12pm-1pm Sept: 24
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC Sep 11, 2020 → Sep 12, 2020 Sept: 24, 23, 22, 21, 17, 16
Wheelers Hill Coles, Brandon Park Shopping Centre, Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill VIC 3150 Sep 4, 2020, 5.40pm-6.40pm Sept: 24
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20th - 24th
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
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2020.09.23 22:40 RedsModerator Game Thread: Brewers (27-27) @ Reds (28-28) - Wed, Sep 23 @ 06:40 PM EDT

Brewers @ Reds - Wed, Sep 23

Game Status: Final - Score: 6-1 Reds

Links & Info

Brewers Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 García, Av - CF 4 0 3 0 0 1 0 .255 .351 .354
2 Yelich - LF 4 0 0 0 0 3 3 .210 .350 .435
3 Gyorko - 1B 4 0 1 0 0 2 2 .272 .353 .563
4 Vogelbach - DH 3 1 0 0 1 1 3 .214 .331 .388
5 Hiura - 2B 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 .211 .303 .427
6 Peterson - RF 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 .186 .368 .349
7 Arcia - SS 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 .244 .304 .372
8 Sogard - 3B 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 .194 .276 .272
9 Nottingham - C 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .175 .267 .500
Narváez - C 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .168 .294 .267
Totals 31 1 5 1 1 12 12
Brewers
BATTING: 2B: Arcia (6, Bauer). TB: Arcia 2; García, Av 3; Gyorko. RBI: Arcia (18). 2-out RBI: Arcia. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Sogard; Vogelbach. GIDP: Hiura. Team RISP: 1-for-5. Team LOB: 4.
FIELDING: E: Hiura (6, throw).
Reds Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Akiyama - CF 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 .234 .355 .283
2 Castellanos - RF 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 .226 .299 .500
3 Votto - 1B 3 2 1 2 1 2 0 .227 .349 .455
Farmer - SS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .259 .328 .310
4 Suárez, E - 3B 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 .205 .318 .486
5 Moustakas - 1B 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 .228 .340 .441
6 Winker - DH 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 .259 .385 .552
7 Aquino, A - LF 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 .182 .308 .341
8 Galvis - 2B 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 .205 .295 .379
9 Barnhart - C 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 .204 .288 .398
Totals 31 6 6 6 3 8 5
Reds
BATTING: 2B: Moustakas (9, Houser). HR: Votto (11, 1st inning off Houser, 1 on, 1 out); Winker (12, 4th inning off Houser, 0 on, 0 out); Suárez, E (15, 5th inning off Claudio, 2 on, 1 out). TB: Barnhart; Moustakas 2; Suárez, E 5; Votto 4; Winker 4. RBI: Suárez, E 3 (36); Votto 2 (20); Winker (23). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Winker. Team RISP: 1-for-2. Team LOB: 4.
FIELDING: E: Suárez, E (5, throw). DP: (Suárez, E-Galvis-Moustakas).
Brewers Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Houser (L, 1-6) 4.1 5 4 3 1 5 2 73-47 5.40
Claudio 0.2 1 2 2 1 0 1 16-8 4.50
Yardley 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 19-12 1.71
Knebel 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 14-9 5.68
Black 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 0 20-13 4.50
Totals 8.0 6 6 5 3 8 3
Reds Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Bauer (W, 5-4) 8.0 4 1 1 1 12 0 104-69 1.73
Miley 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9-6 6.08
Totals 9.0 5 1 1 1 12 0
Game Info
Pitches-strikes: Houser 73-47; Claudio 16-8; Yardley 19-12; Knebel 14-9; Black 20-13; Bauer 104-69; Miley 9-6.
Groundouts-flyouts: Houser 6-3; Claudio 1-1; Yardley 1-1; Knebel 1-0; Black 1-1; Bauer 3-6; Miley 1-1.
Batters faced: Houser 20; Claudio 4; Yardley 3; Knebel 3; Black 4; Bauer 29; Miley 3.
Inherited runners-scored: Claudio 1-1.
Umpires: HP: James Hoye. 1B: Mike Estabrook. 2B: Chad Whitson. 3B: Mark Carlson.
Weather: 73 degrees, Overcast.
Wind: 6 mph, Out To LF.
First pitch: 6:43 PM.
T: 2:38.
Venue: Great American Ball Park.
September 23, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Bottom 1 Joey Votto homers (11) on a fly ball to left center field. Shogo Akiyama scores. 2-0 CIN
Bottom 4 Jesse Winker homers (12) on a fly ball to right field. 3-0 CIN
Top 5 Orlando Arcia doubles (6) on a sharp line drive to left fielder Aristides Aquino. Daniel Vogelbach scores. 3-1 CIN
Bottom 5 Eugenio Suarez homers (15) on a fly ball to left field. Nick Castellanos scores. Joey Votto scores. 6-1 CIN
Team Highlight
CIN Joey Votto's two-run home run (00:00:47)
CIN Tucker Barnhart nabs García (00:01:41)
CIN Jesse Winker's solo home run (00:00:39)
MIL Orlando Arcia's RBI double (00:00:37)
CIN Keston Hiura nearly misses homer (00:01:20)
CIN Eugenio Suárez's three-run homer (00:00:48)
Bauer K's 3 straight with 2 on (00:00:41)
CIN Trevor Bauer strikes out 12 (00:01:45)
CIN Miley secures Reds' win (00:00:58)
CIN Trevor Bauer strikes out Yelich (00:00:20)
CIN Brewers vs. Reds Highlights (00:04:00)
MIL CG: [email protected] 9/23 (00:05:59)
MIL Craig Counsell on Brewers' loss (00:01:20)
CIN Trevor Bauer's filthy curveballs (00:01:00)
CIN Trevor Bauer discusses short rest (00:01:28)
CIN David Bell on win vs. Brewers (00:01:14)
MIL Adrian Houser's solid outing (00:00:45)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Brewers 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 1 4
Reds 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 6 6 1 4

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2020.09.23 20:56 bazingabot Best areas around London for a 1-2 acre hobby farm?

I've always dreamed of having a hobby farm / smallholding, and I think I may be at a point in life now where I may finally be able to afford it.
There are so many little communities around London like Komoka, Mt Brydges, Arva, Kilworth, Delaware, etc etc though. As someone who didn't grow up around London, it's hard to know what to expect for any of them and overwhelming to know where to start looking.
My dream property would look something like this:
https://www.royallepage.ca/en/property/ontario/middlesex-centre/23064-amiens-road/13316636/mls40020817/
I could just afford $600k. Apparently this property sold for $670,000 yesterday though, which would put it outside of my price range.
Ideally I'm looking for:
Do you think this is possible, or am I totally delusional and just need to save up for a few more years before I'll be able to find something that meets my criteria?
I've only seen properties that meet my criteria in the area between Komoka, Mt Brydges, and Strathroy so far. Surprisingly I'm not seeing any small farms to the East of the city, all the good stuff seems to be on the West side, maybe a few to the North.
Anyone know of any "hidden gem" communities further out that I might be missing that could have properties like this? I have 0 knowledge of places further out like Lucan, Ailsa Craig, Embro, Aylmer, Melbourne, etc.
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2020.09.23 15:31 daprice82 Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Sept. 16, 2002

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
PREVIOUSLY:
1-7-2002 1-14-2002 1-21-2002 1-28-2002
2-4-2002 2-11-2002 2-18-2002 2-25-2002
3-4-2002 3-11-2002 3-18-2002 3-25-2002
4-1-2002 4-8-2002 4-15-2002 4-22-2002
4-29-2002 5-6-2002 5-13-2002 5-20-2002
5-27-2002 6-3-2002 6-10-2002 6-17-2002
6-24-2002 7-1-2002 7-8-2002 7-15-2002
7-22-2002 7-29-2002 8-5-2002 8-12-2002
8-26-2002 9-2-2002 9-9-2002

PROGRAMMING NOTE: Sticking with the morning Wednesday posting schedule for now due to real-life job obligations. We'll see how it continues to go. Just gotta make it through 2002 somehow. And one final note, RIP to Road Warrior Animal. When I was a kid growing up on wrestling in the early 90s, Ultimate Warrior and Animal were my 2 favorites because I loved their face paint designs. I used to buy the paint kits from WWF Magazine so I could paint my face like them. Hawk's design was always simple and boring but Animal, with the spider in the middle of his head and all that, was the coolest to me.

  • Our top story this week is none other than Hot Lesbian Action! Dave says it was one of those moments where you'd want to bury your head in a hole if anyone was in the room watching the show with you. Coming off several bad weeks in a row and ratings bottoming out, plus the beginning of Monday Night Football, WWE decided to bring out the big guns and go back to what made them money in the past: controversy and sleaze. The entire show was built around the promise that viewers would see lesbians getting it on in the ring and everything else, the wrestling, the storylines...it was all secondary. Jerry Lawler "was the most annoying he's ever been" on this episode. It came off as a crass and desperate ratings grab and make no mistake: the TV stations that carry Raw were embarrassed by it too. TNN put out a statement saying, "TNN takes serious issue with the content of Monday night's WWE Raw episode, and has expressed its deep concern to the WWE. We don't condone the content of this episode, and will work diligently to ensure that similar occurrences do not appear again on our network." In Canada, TSN edited some of the segment out of the show and many stations in Europe did as well. 2 days prior to the show, someone from WWE (Dave thinks it was Bruce Prichard) reached out to UPW and brought in 2 of their valets, Looney Lane and Savvy, to portray the lesbians. Bischoff directed traffic as the two women got down to their underwear and began kissing but then the Island Boyz came out and destroyed them. Jamal in particular nailed Lane with a stiff superkick that legitimately bruised her ribs. Dave thinks this whole angle was pointless. Even if it leads to a one-week ratings boost, the TV networks have made it clear they weren't happy, so it's not like WWE can do it again or go further with it. So...what did it accomplish? (Sorry folks, you'll need to check the Network for video of this. I can only find the Stephanie McMahon HLA segment from Unforgiven, which we'll get to in 2 weeks. This segment seems to have been scrubbed from the internet).
  • This was followed up at the Smackdown tapings with the gay wedding build-up with Billy and Chuck, which got a little mainstream publicity in the days leading up to it. They were everywhere promoting it, but WWE also made it clear ahead of time that neither Billy Gunn or Chuck Palumbo are gay and that the whole thing was a publicity stunt. Howard Stern said WWE fans wouldn't want to see it and ESPN hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon were calling it a desperate ratings grab and saying WWE would be finished after this angle. This angle hasn't aired on TV yet but Dave heard it ran really long and the Undertaker vs. Matt Hardy match afterwards got cut way short as a result. Dave knows Bischoff ended up being revealed as the minister and the Island Boyz came out again and beat everyone up, including Stephanie McMahon but that's all he knows. WWE was extremely concerned about this whole angle coming off as homophobic and confiscated a ton of signs at the doors of the arena, mostly the kind of homophobic stuff you're probably thinking (more on this next week obviously).
  • It's all but official that the recent PRIDE/K-1 event in Tokyo is going to go down as the highest grossing live sports entertainment event (wrestling or MMA) in history. The final number isn't confirmed, but the live gate surpassed the $7 million record that was set back in 1998 for Inoki's retirement match with Don Frye at the Tokyo Dome. The American record, held by Wrestlemania 18, is barely half that ($3.9 million). So yeah, pretty big hit.
  • Four days after being handed a world title, Triple H took on Brock Lesnar at Raw house shows this week in champion vs. champion matches. So much for making something like that feel special. Lesnar worked many Raw house shows this week because he was advertised for them weeks ago, back before WWE made the spur of the moment decision to move him to Smackdown exclusively. Regarding Triple H holding that title, as you can imagine, there's a good deal of talk about that backstage. Even people who aren't usually anti-Triple H are side-eyeing his relationship with Stephanie now and asking questions about just how powerful Triple H is becoming. With Rock and Austin gone for now, it's said that Triple H sees this as his time to be the top star of WWE, but Lesnar's rapid rise has clearly dwarfed Triple H in the last few months. So suddenly, Lesnar gets shipped off to Smackdown and Triple H is handed a world title with his own show to headline. Needless to say, it raised some eyebrows. Anyway, Lesnar is also working Smackdown house shows when it doesn't conflict with a Raw show and in Minnesota, they did the first ever Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle match, which is something that's been discussed as a potential Wrestlemania match down the road. Since it was Minnesota, Lesnar was a huge babyface and the match was said to be really good.
  • Wrestling book review time. First up, Bobby Heenan's autobiography "Bobby The Brain: Wrestling's Bad Boy Tells All" was written with the help of wrestling magazine writer Steve Anderson. There's not a lot of depth to the book, it's mostly a collection of amusing stories from his career. Heenan doesn't leave any shades of gray though, he makes it clear who he liked and disliked. He said his time in WCW was the 6 worst years of his life and only had good things to say about Hogan, Mike Tenay, and Ric Flair. Didn't seem like he cared for many other people in that company. He talked about how poorly run the promotion was and pointed to Goldberg's streak ending and the Fingerpoke of Doom moments as the beginning of the end of WCW. He said on the night of the fingerpoke, he and Tenay both realized the ship was sinking and said Tony Schiavone gave both of them shit for being negative and paranoid. Heenan had good things to say about Verne Gagne, making him one of the few people that does. And of course, he loved Gorilla Monsoon. He tore into Schiavone, WCW producer Craig Leathers, and Leathers' production assistant Annette Yother, who Heenan hated so much, he wouldn't even call her by her name in the book and insulted her throughout. Overall, it's entertaining, and not an embarrassment, but not a must-read or anything either.
  • There's another book on the history of St. Louis wrestling that he reviews, but it's more for historians and full of records and attendance figures and match cards from old St. Louis wrestling shows over the decades dating back to the 1800s. Dave figures this won't appeal to casual fans at all, but for historians or people (like him) who can use this sort of thing as a reference guide, it's invaluable.
  • Just for shits and giggles, when discussing top draws and drawing money, Dave does the all-time list of wrestlers who have headlined the most PPVs that did 1.0 buyrates or higher. Top 5 in case you're curious: Hulk Hogan (22), Steve Austin (20), Ric Flair (17), The Rock (17), and Triple H (9). This doesn't include Summerslam 2002, so if the final buyrate for that ends up breaking the 1.0 mark, then Rock will pass Flair on the list.
  • Zero-1 in Japan is trying to get Akira Maeda to come out of retirement to work matches with Shinya Hashimoto and Naoya Ogawa. They're also trying to get Riki Choshu involved as well. If you don't know the history, Maeda vs. Choshu would be a dream match based on their history. Back in 1987, during a match in NJPW, Maeda double-crossed Choshu for real and kicked him in the face as hard as he could, breaking Choshu's orbital bone. The incident got Maeda fired from NJPW but he used the publicity from it and revived the UWF promotion where he became their top star. Choshu and Maeda never had a match together again, although if they had, it would have done monster business. But it's been 15 years, so Dave isn't sure how big it would be today (this never happens. Maeda retired in 1995 and stayed retired).
  • Dave saw the 2 recent AJPW shows featuring Goldberg. It was fine. Goldberg had the biggest presence and star power on the show and got a great reaction. He looked great physically but didn't do much in the ring worth noting. Quick matches that got over well, but didn't set the world afire or anything.
  • Dream Stage, the parent company of PRIDE, is apparently getting involved in promoting pro wrestling as well, working with AJPW and with hopes to have more Goldberg involvement. The company purchased the rights to merchandise AJPW in the United States, which would one to think the idea is to put together an AJPW show in the U.S. with Goldberg on the card, or at the very least, sell DVDs of AJPW in the U.S. Dave thinks PRIDE has far more potential to catch on in the U.S. than AJPW does, even with Goldberg's involvement. MMA fans respect and accept PRIDE as a legitimate promotion here, but most wrestling fans don't care about anything other than WWE.
  • No real notes from NOAH's latest shows, but just wanted to mention that every time Dave recaps these shows, he comments on how good and how popular KENTA is becoming.
  • NJPW's latest tour kicked off and featured Chyna in tag matches working against men. Not just job guys either. She was in there against names like Jushin Liger and IWGP champion Yuji Nagata. After the first night, Chyna cut a promo challenging Nagata for the title. NJPW is in a tough spot here. The freak-show aspect of having Chyna wrestling men in NJPW is getting a lot of publicity and she's getting paid a lot, so they can't just job her out. But there's also a credibility issue. This isn't the big, muscular Chyna of 1997. It's the IWGP champion selling for a Playboy model. As you can imagine, all of the NJPW wrestlers hate working with her but, as Yuji Nagata once said, "Inoki bullshit, but you gotta go with it."
  • Speaking of Inoki bullshit, there's more. First of all, he talked about starting a promotion in the U.S. with Chyna as the top star and also said he's working to bring X-Pac and DDP to Japan. Dave thinks X-Pac in NJPW might not be a bad idea. But DDP is 1. retired due to injury and 2. still under WWE contract. Inoki also publicly invited several non-NJPW wrestlers to come participate in their upcoming Tokyo Dome show. In particular, he named Keiji Muto and Shinya Hashimoto. But both of them publicly turned him down, both saying they have no interest in doing anything with NJPW. Dave thinks it's a bad look when you try to do business in front of the public only to get embarrassingly turned down in public.
  • Other NJPW notes: American Dragon is debuting for the company in October. Hart family friend T.J. Wilson will be coming to NJPW later in the year, under the name Stampede Kid, doing a cowboy gimmick. Dave explains how Wilson is basically an honorary member of the Hart family and is incredibly talented.
  • With little advance notice, Ultimo Dragon made his in-ring return in his own Toryumon promotion, his first match since a botched surgery in WCW ended his career in 1998. They teased his arm being in bad shape and he sold it big when his opponent attacked it.
  • Dave had a long talk with Bret Hart this week, which is one of the few times in this newsletter I've ever seen Dave just outright say, "I talked to this person, here's what he told me." He says Hart is very positive on his outlook for recovery and is seeing major improvements over the last few weeks. He thinks within a month, you won't be able to tell by looking at him that he had a stroke. He's able to control his facial muscles better now and aside from weakness on his left side, he's starting to feel halfway normal again. He talked about the show in Montreal for Rougeau and said he did it as a favor because he had promised beforehand, but felt he wasn't ready and broke down crying in front of the crowd. He also said he doesn't think there's any connection between his stroke and the career-ending concussion he suffered from Goldberg in 1999. The issues were in different parts of the brain and doctors think they're unrelated.
  • Oprah Winfrey's show this week talked about the effect of professional wrestling on children and she and her guest (some guy who wrote a book about parents using TV as a babysitter) both agreed that wrestling teaches kids that violence is acceptable to resolve conflicts and that it degrades women.
  • Notes from Raw: William Regal joined the UnAmericans. Terri Runnels & Trish Stratus vs. Victoria & Stacy Keibler was so bad that Dave was praying for a Jackie Gayda run-in by the end. Dave thinks Victoria can be a big star, but they've done nothing to make her feel like anything special. Triple H has lost some weight and muscle mass and was moving better, but he also beat Spike Dudley with a sleeper hold, a move that hasn't been over in decades, and put the crowd to sleep faster than Spike.That being said, Dave thinks guys should have more than one finisher and it takes time to establish a move and get it over, so if this is the start of that, he's fine with it. And pretty much everything else was lesbians, lesbians, lesbians!
  • Steve Austin dropped divorce proceedings against Debra last week. Apparently they've decided to try to work it out (this clearly changes again soon. Their divorce ends up being finalized in February).
  • Random WWE notes: OVW held a big show with a bunch of now-WWE stars such as Lesnar, Orton, Cena, Rico, Victoria, and others all appearing, as well as Benoit. The OVW stars beat the WWE stars in most of the matches. Lesnar suffered a minor injury at the house show the night before, so WWE wouldn't let him wrestle, which is why they sent Benoit as a make-good. Tommy Dreamer's wedding next month is to former ECW valet Beulah McGuillicutty. Test got surgery to remove the gynaecomastia from his chest, same surgery the Rock and others have had. Speaking of surgery, Jerry Lawler had cosmetic surgery on his face as well, with work on his jawline and around his eyes. That's why he was wearing sunglasses on Raw or using binoculars when they cut to him during the HLA segment and why his face looked swollen. Dave says this isn't the first time, and as far back as 15 years ago, Lawler got surgery to get rid of the beginnings of a double-chin. Lilian Garcia signed a recording contract with Universal Records, with a single releasing next month.
  • Chris Jericho was on Bubba The Love Sponge's radio show, out of character. He said he's not interested in winning the WWE title anymore because he already accomplished all his wrestling goals, now he just wants to entertain fans and help get new stars over. He talked about how losing to Cena recently was his idea and he had to talk them into it. Hulk Hogan called in and put over how great Jericho is.
  • Nathan Jones won an appeal in the courts last week to get a work visa so he can come work in the U.S. He's been able to travel everywhere except the U.S., but an arrest from several years ago prevented him from getting a visa to work here, which is why WWE dropped his developmental contract. With that taken care of, Dave figures we'll probably see him in WWE soon.
  • Filming for Rock's next movie "Helldorado" was delayed due to the presence of an endangered species of bird called a Bell's Vireo bird. Until the bird leaves the area, they weren't allowed to film. That's hilarious.
NEXT WEDNESDAY: controversial fallout from both the HLA and Billy & Chuck angles, WWC in Puerto Rico has a disastrous weekend, details on death of a wrestler training with Dalip Singh, and more...
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2020.09.23 00:12 Stoaticor Victoria records 15 new cases and 5 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
DHHS: Media Release - Wednesday, 23 September
 

14 day numbers

23 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 412 29.4 41
Regional 15 1.1 0
 
22 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 459 32.8 45
Regional 23 1.6 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +15 20,100 (+9)*
Active -66 554
Recovered +85 18,713
Deaths +5 771
Aged care (deaths) +5 609
Community transmission +0 4,268
Test results received 15,741 2,609,485
Hospital -8 75
ICU +0 8
Ventilated +1 6
*9 cases were reclassified and added back.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -66 554
Metropolitan Melbourne -58 537
Regional Victoria -6 14
Colac Otway -3 5
Greater Geelong +0 2
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation -1 3
Interstate +0 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -44 284
Healthcare workers active -1 73
Healthcare workers total +3 3,510
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +0 4
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

✅The table below was last updated on Wednesday, 23 September 2020 at 4:26:16 pm AEST.
  • Aged care outbreaks: 34 (-3)
  • Total cases: +42
  • Total active: -129
  • Total staff: +14
  • Total residents: +6
  • Total other: +22
  • Total deaths: +10
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Estia Keilor 2** Keilor Downs Brimbank 38 (+8) 43 (+11) 14 (+2) 21 (+4) 3 (+2) 1 (+1)
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 76 (+6) 30 (+5) 27 (+1) 27 (+1) 22 (+4) 6 (+1)
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 59 (+3) 26 (-11) 22 20 17 (+3) 5 (+1)
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 34 (+6) 26 (+3) 10 (+2) 21 (+2) 3 (+2) 3
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 256 (+1) 21 (-8) 129 (+1) 101 (-1) 26 (+1) 27
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 104 (+2) 17 (-1) 37 (-1) 58 9 (+3) 20 (+1)
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 83 (+1) 17 (-22) 31 (+1) 46 6 7
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 19 (+1) 15 (-1) 6 (+1) 13 0 2 (+1)
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 82 (+3) 14 (-14) 43 28 11 (+3) 7
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 9 (-1) 54 53 17 10 (+1)
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 22 (+1) 8 (-1) 12 (+1) 10 0 3
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 122 (+1) 7 (+1) 49 (+1) 53 20 20 (+1)
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 52 (+1) 7 26 (+1) 22 4 6
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 219 6 87 102 30 36
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 128 6 (-1) 46 80 2 22
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 108 (+3) 6 (+3) 46 (+3) 45 17 17
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 6 (-4) 8 10 1 1
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 121 (+2) 5 (+2) 68 (+2) 29 24 10
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 131 (+1) 4 (-10) 59 48 24 (+1) 12
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 72 (+1) 4 (-2) 31 31 10 (+1) 11
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 103 (+1) 3 (-3) 46 47 10 (+1) 15 (+1)
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 48 (+1) 3 (-12) 22 18 8 (+1) 2 (+1)
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 2 (-23) 39 44 13 19
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 2 13 8 7 3
Estia Aged Care Facility Ardeer Brimbank 166 1 85 50 31 17
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 1 (-22) 44 57 7 25
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 17 (+1)
Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Kingston 85 1 (-1) 34 44 7 17
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 75 (-1) 1 37 (-1) 32 6 12
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 1 (-1) 23 40 5 4
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 1 (-1) 30 24 1 13
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1 0
Menarock Life Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 68 0 (-12) 27 20 21 7
BlueCross Westgarth Northcote Darebin 35 0 (-2) 18 14 3 6
St Basil's Homes for the Aged in Victoria Fawkner Hume/Moreland 216 0 (-1) 94 94 28 44
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +3 10 11 Sept: 23, 22, 21, 20, 19
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +1 12 18 Sept: 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey -3 19 43 Sept: 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong -3 3 18 (+1) Sept: 23, 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway - 5 16 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 23/09⚠️

The table below was last updated on Wednesday, 23 September 2020 at 3:03:49 pm AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Added:
  • Woolworths, Coburns Central Shopping Centre, 523-531 High St, Melton, VIC 3337
  • Melbourne Airport, McDonalds (store inside the airport), Melbourne Airport, VIC 3045
Removed: None.
Points to note: None.
Location Site Exposure period Date
Melbourne Airport McDonalds (store inside the airport), Melbourne Airport, VIC 3045 20/09/2020 - 21/09/2020 Sept: 23
St Albans FMIG radiology, 103 main road west St Albans 3021 Sep 10, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21
Sunshine Baby Mode Sunshine Sep 13, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21
Sunshine North Dan Murphy’s Sunshine, 47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine North VIC Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse Sep 11, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre Sep 13, 2020 → Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21, 17
Clifton Hill Provans Mitre 10 Sep 10, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21, 17, 16
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre Sep 11, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21, 17, 14,
Hoppers Crossing Woolworths Hoppers Crossing. Morris Road and Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 19, 2020 Sept: 23, 22
Hoppers Crossing Pacific Shopping Centre Werribee, 250 Heaths Road, Cnr Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 23, 22
Melton Woolworths, Coburns Central Shopping Centre, 523-531 High St, Melton, VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 23
Melton Primary Medical and Dental Centre, 247-251 Station Road, Melton VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 23, 22
Narre Warren Westfied Fountain Gate Aug 18, 2020 → Sep 6, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21
Niddrie Woolworths Central Shopping Centre, Keilor Road Sep 18, 2020 Sept: 23, 22
Oakleigh South Woolworths Oakleigh South, Cnr Warrigal Rd &, Centre Rd, Oakleigh South VIC 3167 Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21
Roxburgh Park Coles Roxburgh Park Sep 6, 2020 → Sep 10, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21
Roxburgh Park Freshplus Roxburgh Park Sep 10, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC Sep 11, 2020 → Sep 12, 2020 Sept: 23, 22, 21, 17, 16
 

Other exposure sites

Site Location Exposure period Reported
Woolworths Burwood East 05/09 Sept: 10
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20th - 23rd
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
Mercy Place aged care facility Templestowe Sept: 10
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2020.09.22 01:00 Stoaticor Victoria records 28 new cases and 3 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
DHHS: Media Release - Tuesday, 22 September
 

14 day numbers

22 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 459 32.8 45
Regional 23 1.6 0
 
21 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 482 34.4 47
Regional 23 1.6 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +28 20,076 (-3)*
Active -37 620
Recovered +61 18,628
Deaths +3 766
Aged care (deaths) +3 604
Community transmission +2 4,268
Test results received +11,123 2,593,744
Hospital -9 83
ICU +2 8
Ventilated +2 5
*3 previous cases reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -37 620
Metropolitan Melbourne -36 595
Regional Victoria -3 20
Colac Otway -2 8
Greater Geelong +0 2
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation +1 4
Interstate +1 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -4 328
Healthcare workers active -5 74
Healthcare workers total +3 3,507
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +0 4
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

Changes reported in the last 24 hours:
  • Aged care outbreaks: 37 (+0)
  • Total cases: +8
  • Total active: -87
  • Total staff: +3
  • Total residents: +0
  • Total other: +6
  • Total deaths: +4
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 82 38 (-1) 30 46 6 7
Estia Keilor 2** Keilor Downs Brimbank 30 32 12 17 1 0
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 73 (+3) 29 26 26 21 (+3) 5
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 56 29 (-9) 22 20 14 4
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 255 23 (-6) 128 102 26 (+1) 27
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 30 (+2) 23 10 (+2) 19 1 3
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 80 (+1) 22 (-6) 43 28 9 (+1) 7
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 102 17 (-1) 38 58 6 20 (+1)
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 18 14 (-2) 5 13 0 2 (+1)
Menarock Life Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 68 11 (-1) 27 20 21 7
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 10 54 53 17 9
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 47 9 (-6) 22 18 7 1
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 21 8 (-1) 11 10 0 3
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 8 (-2) 8 10 1 1
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 219 6 87 102 30 36
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 128 6 (-1) 46 80 2 22
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 51 6 (-1) 25 22 4 6
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 131 (+1) 5 (-9) 59 48 24 (+1) 12
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 106 (+1) 5 44 (+1) 45 17 17
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 102 5 (-1) 46 47 9 15 (+1)
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 5 (-20) 39 44 13 19
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 121 4 (-2) 48 53 20 20 (+1)
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 71 4 (-2) 31 31 9 11
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 119 3 66 29 24 10
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 3 (-20) 44 57 7 25
BlueCross Westgarth Northcote Darebin 35 2 18 14 3 6
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 2 13 8 7 3
St Basil's Homes for the Aged in Victoria Fawkner Hume/Moreland 216 1 94 94 28 44
Estia Aged Care Facility Ardeer Brimbank 166 1 85 50 31 17
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 16
Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Kingston 85 1 (-1) 34 44 7 17
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 76 1 38 32 6 12
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 1 (-1) 23 40 5 4
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 1 (-1) 30 24 1 13
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1 0
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +0 7 8 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 19
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway +0 5 16 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +1 11 17 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey -6 22 43 Sept: 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong - 6 17 Sept: 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
EDU Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus Burwood Monash - 1 Sept: 9
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 22/09⚠️

The table below was last updated on Wednesday, 23 September 2020 at 12:24:48 am AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Added:
  • Hoppers Crossing - Woolworths Hoppers Crossing. Morris Road and Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029
  • Hoppers Crossing - Pacific Shopping Centre Werribee, 250 Heaths Road, Cnr Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029
  • Melton - Primary Medical and Dental Centre, 247-251 Station Road, Melton VIC 3337
  • Niddrie - Woolworths Central Shopping Centre, Keilor Road
Removed:
  • 6.00am V/Line Train Deer Park Station to Southern Cross Station3.45pm V/Line Train Southern Cross Station to Deer Park Station.
  • Train 8.42pm Reservoir to Flinders Street
  • Woolworths, Glen Waverley “The Glen”
  • Greenvales Lakes, Woolworths
  • V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station & return
  • 6.30am Tram 86 Southern Cross Station to Northcote Station3.15pm Tram 86 Northcote Station to Southern Cross Station
  • Train 1.12pm Southern Cross to Reservoir
  • Altona Gate Shopping Centre, Altona North
  • Altona North, Woolworths
  • Dandenong Police Complex, Dandenong
  • Burwood East, Woolworths
  • V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station
Points to note: None.
Location Site Exposure period Date
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse Sep 11, 2020 Sept: 22, 21, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre 13/09/2020 - 14/09/2020 Sept: 22, 21
Clifton Hill Provans Mitre 10 Sep 10, 2020 Sept: 22, 21, 17, 16
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre Sep 11, 2020 Sept: 22, 21, 17, 14, 2020
Hoppers Crossing Woolworths Hoppers Crossing. Morris Road and Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 19, 2020 Sept: 22
Hoppers Crossing Pacific Shopping Centre Werribee, 250 Heaths Road, Cnr Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing 3029 Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 22
Melton Primary Medical and Dental Centre, 247-251 Station Road, Melton VIC 3337 Sep 16, 2020 → Sep 17, 2020 Sept: 22
Niddrie Woolworths Central Shopping Centre, Keilor Road 18/09/2020 Sept: 22
Narre Warren Westfied Fountain Gate Aug 18, 2020 → Sep 6, 2020 Sept: 22, 21
Oakleigh South Woolworths Oakleigh South, Cnr Warrigal Rd &, Centre Rd, Oakleigh South VIC 3167 Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 22, 21
Roxburgh Park Coles Roxburgh Park Sep 6, 2020 → Sep 10, 2020 Sept: 22, 21
Roxburgh Park Freshplus Roxburgh Park Sep 10, 2020 Sept: 22, 21
St Albans FMIG radiology, 103 main road west St Albans 3021 Sep 10, 2020 Sept: 21
Sunshine Baby Mode Sunshine Sep 13, 2020 Sept: 21
Sunshine North Dan Murphy’s Sunshine, 47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine North VIC Sep 14, 2020 Sept: 22, 21
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC Sep 11, 2020 → Sep 12, 2020 Sept: 22, 21, 17, 16
 

Other exposure sites

Site Location Exposure period Reported
Woolworths Burwood East 05/09 Sept: 10
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20th - 22nd
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
Mercy Place aged care facility Templestowe Sept: 10
Australian Meat Group Dandenong South Sept: 9
Woolworths Altona North Sept: 9
Woolworths Glen Waverley Sept: 9
Benetas Colton Close aged care facility Glenroy Sept: 9
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2020.09.21 00:01 Stoaticor Victoria records 11 new cases and 2 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
DHHS: Media Release - Monday, 21 September
 

14 day numbers

21 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 482 34.4 47
Regional 23 1.6 0
 
20 September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 507 36.2 52
Regional 25 1.8 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +11 20,051 (-2)*
Active -86 657
Recovered +94 18,567
Deaths +2 763
Aged care (deaths) +1 601
Community transmission -1 4,266
Test results received 7,164 2,582,621
Hospital -2 92
ICU -2 6
Ventilated -2 3
*2 previous cases reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -86 657
Metropolitan Melbourne -84 631
Regional Victoria -3 23
Colac Otway -2 10
Greater Geelong +0 2
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation +2 3
Interstate -1 0
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -44 332
Healthcare workers active -38 79
Healthcare workers total +8 3,504
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +1 4
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

Changes in the last 24 hours:
  • Total aged care outbreaks: 37 (-9)
  • Total cases: +8
  • Total active: -100
  • Total staff: +2
  • Total residents: -1
  • Total other: +6
  • Total deaths: +4
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 82 38 (-1) 30 46 6 7
Estia Keilor 2** Keilor Downs Brimbank 30 32 12 17 1 0
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 56 29 (-8) 22 20 14 4
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 73 29 (+4) 26 26 21 (+3) 5
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 256 (+1) 23 (-6) 128 102 26 (+1) 27
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 30 (+2) 23 10 19 1 3
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 80 (+1) 22 (-6) 43 28 9 7
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 102 17 (-1) 38 58 6 20 (+1)
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 18 14 (-2) 5 13 0 1 (+2)
Menarock Life Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 68 11 (-1) 27 20 21 7
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 10 54 53 17 9
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 47 15 (-6) 22 18 7 1
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 8 (-2) 8 10 1 1
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 21 8 (-1) 11 10 0 3
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 128 6 (-1) 46 80 2 22
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 51 6 (-1) 25 22 4 6
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 219 6 87 102 30 36
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 5 (-20) 39 44 13 19
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 131 (+1) 5 (-9) 59 48 24 12
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 102 5 (-1) 46 47 9 15 (+1)
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 106 (+1) 5 (+2) 44 (+1) 45 17 17
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 121 4 (-2) 48 53 20 20 (+1)
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 71 4 (-2) 31 31 9 11
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 3 (-20) 44 57 7 25
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 119 3 66 29 24 10
BlueCross Westgarth Northcote Darebin 35 2 18 14 3 6
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 2 13 8 7 3
Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Edithvale Kingston 85 1 (-1) 34 44 7 17
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 1 (-1) 23 40 5 4
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 1 (-1) 30 23 (-1) 1 13
St Basil's Homes for the Aged in Victoria Fawkner Hume/Moreland 216 1 94 94 28 44
Estia Aged Care Facility Ardeer Ardeer Brimbank 166 1 85 50 31 17
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 16
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 76 1 38 32 6 12
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1 0
Outlook Gardens Aged Care Dandenong North Greater Dandenong 116 0 (-3) 58 41 17 12
Aurrum Aged Care Plenty Plenty Nillumbik 97 0 (-2) 36 47 14 13
Bupa Aged Care Traralgon Traralgon Latrobe 23 0 (-2) 12 7 4 2
Arcare Aged Care Craigieburn Craigieburn Hume 105 0 (-1) 44 37 24 15
Jewish Care Hannah and Daryl Cohen Centre Windsor Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 74 0 (-1) 34 33 7 2
Grace Of Mary Greek Cypriot Elderly Hostel Epping Whittlesea 67 (-1) 0 (-1) 33 (-1) 22 12 12
Opal South Valley Highton Highton Greater Geelong 66 0 (-1) 25 32 9 8
Florence Aged Care Facility Altona North Altona North Hobsons Bay 47 0 (-1) 18 28 1 7
Mercy Place Dandenong Dandenong Greater Dandenong 23 0 (-1) 8 13 2 3
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +1 7 8 Sept: 21, 20, 19
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway -1 5 16 Sept: 21, 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey -2 28 43 Sept: 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong -4 10 16 Sept: 21, 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong - 6 17 Sept: 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
EDU Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus Burwood Monash - 1 Sept: 9
OTHER Crocmedia Southbanks Melbourne - 2 Sept: 8, 4
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 21/09⚠️

The table below was last updated on Monday, 21 September 2020 at 11:35:30 pm AEST. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Added:
  • FMIG radiology, 103 main road west St Albans 3021.
  • Baby Mode Sunshine.
  • Dan Murphy’s Sunshine, 47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine North VIC
Removed: None.
Points to note: None.
Location Site Exposure period Reported by DHHS
St Albans FMIG radiology, 103 main road west St Albans 3021 10/09/2020 Sept: 21.
Sunshine Baby Mode Sunshine 13/09/2020 Sept: 21.
Sunshine North Dan Murphy’s Sunshine, 47 McIntyre Rd, Sunshine North VIC 14/09/2020 Sept: 21.
Oakleigh South Woolworths Oakleigh South, Cnr Warrigal Rd &, Centre Rd, Oakleigh South 14/09/2020 & 15/09/2020 Sept: 21.
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse 11/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre 13/09/2020 - 14/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 17
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC 11/09/2020 & 12/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 16
Clifton Hill Provans Mitre 10 10/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 16
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre 11/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14
Deer Park/Southern Cross 6.00am V/Line Train Deer Park Station to Southern Cross Station, 3.45pm V/Line Train Southern Cross Station to Deer Park Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14, 11, 10, 9.
Glen Waverly Woolworths, Glen Waverley “The Glen” 06/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Greenvales Lakes Woolworths (company media release) 06/09/2020, 10/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14.
Flinders Street/Reservoir Train 8.42pm Reservoir to Flinders Street 06/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14, 11, 10
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate 18/08/2020 - 06/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Coles Roxburgh Park 06/09/2020 & 10/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Freshplus Roxburgh Park 10/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14.
Southern Cross/Northcote 6.30am Tram 86 Southern Cross Station to Northcote Station, 3.15pm Tram 86 Northcote Station to Southern Cross Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station & return 03/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station 07/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Reservoir Train 1.12pm Southern Cross to Reservoir 06/09/2020 Sept: 21, 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
 

Other exposure sites

Site Location Exposure period Reported
Woolworths Burwood East 05/09 Sept: 10
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
Mercy Place aged care facility Templestowe Sept: 10
Australian Meat Group Dandenong South Sept: 9
Woolworths Altona North Sept: 9
Woolworths Glen Waverley Sept: 9
Benetas Colton Close aged care facility Glenroy Sept: 9
Opal Hobsons Bay aged care facility Altona North Sept: 8
eStore Logistics Derrimut Sept: 8
Crocmedia Southbank Sept: 8
 

What we know about the Casey outbreak

  • The first case was detected on the 4th of September.
  • The cluster is made up of a total of 43 cases across five households in Hallem, Clyde, Narre Warren South and Cranbourne North.
  • There have been instances of people within this cluster visiting houses beyond the 5km radius.
  • Two patients linked to the cluster have been admitted to hospital.
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2020.09.20 22:58 KCRoyalsBot Post Game Thread: The Royals fell to the Brewers by a score of 5-3 - Sun, Sep 20 @ 01:10 PM CDT

Royals @ Brewers - Sun, Sep 20

Game Status: Final - Score: 5-3 Brewers

Links & Info

Royals Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Merrifield - RF 4 1 2 1 0 0 1 .281 .329 .456
2 Mondesi - SS 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 .207 .243 .316
3 Perez, S - C 4 1 1 2 0 2 1 .361 .378 .648
4 Franco - DH 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 .270 .315 .450
1-Gutierrez - PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .111 .333 .111
5 Dozier, H - 1B 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 .237 .352 .407
6 Gordon, A - LF 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .221 .307 .331
a-Starling - CF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .189 .241 .264
7 Olivares - LF 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 .233 .256 .384
8 Mejia, E - 3B 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 .071 .071 .143
9 Lopez, N - 2B 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 .216 .305 .284
Totals 32 3 6 3 0 4 8
Royals
a-Grounded out for Gordon, A in the 8th. 1-Ran for Franco in the 9th.
BATTING: 2B: Mejia, E (1, Lindblom). HR: Perez, S (8, 9th inning off Suter, 1 on, 2 out). TB: Franco; Mejia, E 2; Merrifield 2; Olivares; Perez, S 4. RBI: Merrifield (30); Perez, S 2 (24). 2-out RBI: Perez, S 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Dozier, H. Team RISP: 0-for-4. Team LOB: 2.
FIELDING: DP: (Mejia, E-Lopez, N-Dozier, H).
Brewers Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 García, Av - CF 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 .250 .352 .355
2 Yelich - LF 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 .215 .350 .452
3 Braun - DH 4 2 2 0 0 0 1 .264 .313 .547
4 Vogelbach - 1B 4 2 2 5 0 1 3 .215 .330 .409
Urías - 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .240 .313 .298
5 Hiura - 2B 4 0 1 0 0 3 0 .220 .314 .445
Sogard - 2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .188 .275 .250
6 Gyorko - 1B 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 .272 .355 .554
7 Peterson - RF 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 .176 .383 .265
8 Arcia - SS 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 .245 .311 .374
9 Narváez - C 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 .173 .302 .276
Totals 30 5 7 5 5 9 9
Brewers
BATTING: HR: Vogelbach 2 (5, 1st inning off Keller, 1 on, 2 out, 6th inning off Keller, 2 on, 0 out). TB: Braun 2; Hiura; Peterson; Vogelbach 8; Yelich. RBI: Vogelbach 5 (14). 2-out RBI: Vogelbach 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Vogelbach 2. GIDP: Arcia. Team RISP: 2-for-3. Team LOB: 6.
Royals Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Keller (L, 4-3) 5.0 5 5 5 3 4 2 97-60 2.77
Zimmer 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 12-8 1.23
Zuber 1.0 1 0 0 2 2 0 27-12 4.26
Holland, G 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 15-10 1.98
Totals 8.0 7 5 5 5 9 2
Brewers Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Lindblom (W, 2-3) 5.1 3 1 1 0 2 0 74-51 4.81
Peralta, F (H, 3) 1.2 0 0 0 0 1 0 21-12 3.29
Suter 1.2 3 2 2 0 1 1 30-20 3.58
Hader (S, 10) 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-1 4.50
Totals 9.0 6 3 3 0 4 1
Game Info
WP: Hader.
Pitches-strikes: Keller 97-60; Zimmer 12-8; Zuber 27-12; Holland, G 15-10; Lindblom 74-51; Peralta, F 21-12; Suter 30-20; Hader 2-1.
Groundouts-flyouts: Keller 4-3; Zimmer 0-1; Zuber 0-0; Holland, G 1-0; Lindblom 5-0; Peralta, F 3-1; Suter 1-1; Hader 0-0.
Batters faced: Keller 22; Zimmer 3; Zuber 6; Holland, G 4; Lindblom 18; Peralta, F 5; Suter 8; Hader.
Inherited runners-scored: Peralta, F 1-1; Hader 1-0.
Umpires: HP: Chris Segal. 1B: Erich Bacchus. 2B: Todd Tichenor. 3B: John Bacon.
Weather: 69 degrees, Roof Closed.
Wind: 0 mph, None.
First pitch: 1:10 PM.
T: 2:43.
Venue: Miller Park.
September 20, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Bottom 1 Daniel Vogelbach homers (4) on a line drive to center field. Ryan Braun scores. 2-0 MIL
Top 6 Whit Merrifield grounds out, shortstop Orlando Arcia to first baseman Daniel Vogelbach. Erick Mejia scores. 2-1 MIL
Bottom 6 Daniel Vogelbach homers (5) on a line drive to left center field. Christian Yelich scores. Ryan Braun scores. 5-1 MIL
Top 9 Salvador Perez homers (8) on a fly ball to left field. Whit Merrifield scores. 5-3 MIL
Team Highlight
MIL Daniel Vogelbach's two-run homer (00:00:56)
MIL Ryan Braun mic'd up in the dugout (00:03:33)
KC Whit Merrifield's RBI groundout (00:00:38)
KC Royals flip a nice double play (00:00:30)
MIL Daniel Vogelbach's 2nd HR of game (00:00:40)
KC Brad Keller strikes out Peterson (00:00:10)
MIL Braun's sounds around Miller Park (00:01:42)
MIL Jedd Gyorko's diving stop (00:00:31)
KC Salvador Perez's two-run homer (00:00:51)
KC Tyler Zuber pitches out of jam (00:00:25)
MIL Josh Hader earns 10th save (00:00:38)
KC Brewers vs. Royals Highlights (00:04:54)
MIL Daniel Vogelbach's two-homer game (00:01:22)
MIL Josh Lindblom earns 2nd win (00:01:17)
MIL CG: [email protected] - 9/20/20 (00:06:24)
KC Mike Matheny on the close loss (00:01:17)
MIL Craig Counsell on Vogelbach's HRs (00:01:16)
MIL Ryan Braun's infield single (00:00:32)
MIL Ryan Braun reflects on the game (00:01:01)
MIL Vogelbach on the Brewers' win (00:00:47)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Royals 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 6 0 2
Brewers 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 5 7 0 6

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ROLEX INNOVATIVO
Tra le innovazioni proposte dalla Rolex sul mercato dell'orologeria ci sono i primi orologi impermeabili con il datario, con il fuso orario e, cosa più importante, i primi orologi da polso a ottenere la richiestissima certificazione di cronometro. La Rolex detiene tuttora il record per maggior numero di meccanismi certificati.
Un altro fatto quasi sconosciuto è che la Rolex partecipò allo sviluppo della tecnologia al quarzo anche per contrastare il forte sviluppo delle case giapponesi che stavano a loro volta sviluppando i propri movimenti. Nonostante inserì pochi modelli nella propria linea, i tecnici e gli ingegneri della casa furono determinanti nello studio della nuova tecnologia a cavallo tra gli anni sessanta e settanta. Nel 1968 la Rolex collaborò con un consorzio di 16 produttori svizzeri per creare il movimento al quarzo Beta 21 usato nel proprio Quartz Date. Gli sforzi della Rolex daytona replica culminarono dopo cinque anni di ricerca, disegno e sviluppo nella creazione del movimento "clean-slate" 5035/5055 che avrebbe alimentato l'Oysterquartz - secondo alcuni il miglior movimento al quarzo mai creato.
Il primo orologio a carica automatica venne presentato nel 1931, potenziato da un meccanismo interno che sfruttava il movimento del braccio e che, oltre a rendere inutile il caricamento a mano, eliminò i problemi tecnici che ne compromettevano il funzionamento. La Rolex fu anche la prima azienda a creare un vero orologio impermeabile, altra pietra miliare. Wilsdorf arrivò a creare uno speciale Rolex che nel 1960 venne ancorato al batiscafo Trieste e trascinato nella Fossa delle Marianne. L'orologio resistette e dimostrò di aver mantenuto un funzionamento corretto durante la discesa e la risalita. Questo fatto venne confermato attraverso un telegramma spedito alla Rolex il giorno seguente che recitava

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In questo modo la Rolex si creò la reputazione di orologi validi anche per immersioni subacquee, aviazione e alpinismo, grazie anche a Chuck Yeager, il primo pilota a portare un aereo oltre la barriera del suono con al polso un Rolex acquistato da lui personalmente. Tra i primi modelli sportivi faceva parte il Rolex Submariner e il Rolex Sea-Dweller Submariner 2000 (2.000 ft = 610 m) (1971). Questo orologio vantava una valvola a rilascio di elio (inventata con l'aiuto della collega svizzera Doxa SA) che lasciava defluire il gas durante la decompressione. Altro modello sportivo fu il Rolex GMT-Master, sviluppato originariamente su richiesta delle aerolinee Pan Am, in grado di assistere i piloti nei voli transcontinentali, per la presenza di una lancetta 24 ore e di una ghiera graduata e rotante. I modelli della linea Explorer vennero creati per gli esploratori che si muovevano su terreni accidentati, in seguito all'impresa compiuta da Sir Edmund Hillary e dallo sherpa Tenzing Norgay che per primi arrivarono in cima all'Everest, portando al polso un antenato dell'attuale Explorer.
Da un punto di vista più glamour James Bond, il personaggio di Ian Fleming, indossava un Rolex nella serie di romanzi dell'autore. Nei primi film il mitico Sean Connery portava al polso un Rolex Submariner senza datario e con cinturino in tessuto militare. Nei film successivi con Pierce Brosnan e quelli con Daniel Craig, l'orologio divenne un Omega Seamaster, in seguito all'alleanza del marchio Omega con i produttori dei film per la promozione dei propri orologi.

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Un capitolo a parte merita il modello Cosmograph Daytona. "Il cronografo a carica manuale dei primi anni '60, nato semplicemente come Rolex Cosmograph (la scritta Daytona viene aggiunta solo in un secondo tempo), riceve un'accoglienza piuttosto fredda, certamente non paragonabile al fenomeno che è oggi. Non dobbiamo infatti dimenticare che a quell'epoca erano di moda orologi più classici e ultrapiatti: un modello così sportivo e moderno non si accordava con i gusti di allora. Questo snobismo commerciale proseguirà per quasi un ventennio, prima con la nascita dei modelli al quarzo negli anni '70, e poi ancora negli anni '80, quando l'orologio a carica manuale viene considerato obsoleto. Nella ricerca della durata e dell'affidabilità, Rolex interviene sostituendo ai calibri Valjoux a carica manuale, l'eccezionale movimento dello Zenith El Primero, il miglior movimento industriale a carica automatica allora esistente sul mercato. Rolex apporterà numerose modifiche per allinearlo ai propri standard, con veri e propri interventi strutturali, come l'eliminazione del datario e la riduzione delle frequenze di oscillazione da 36.000 a 28.800 alternanze, sostituendo il bilanciere originale con il proprio, basato sul meccanismo di regolazione a microstella, già collaudato sui cronografi degli anni '60. Tutto ciò porta alla realizzazione del calibro 4030 come movimento per il primo cronografo automatico: il Daytona ref. 16520. Nel 1988, il lancio del nuovo Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona incontra un favore di pubblico enorme. La scarsa produzione da parte di Rolex, dovuta anche alla poca disponibilità del calibro base Zenith, scatena all'inizio degli anni '90 un vero e proprio boom collezionistico. Per i modelli precedenti, ovvero tutti i cronografi Daytona a carica manuale, l'exploit avviene solo qualche anno dopo, rendendo ancora oggi questo orologio oggetto del desiderio degli appassionati di tutto il mondo.. Nel 2000 Rolex presenta il nuovo modello Daytona referenza n. 116520, l'orologio risulta essere ora di completa manifattura Rolex submariner replica anche nel meccanismo.
La Rolex dal 2006 ha iniziato ad impiegare per la costruzione dei propri manufatti, oltre all'oro e al platino, l'acciaio 904L, ritenuto il migliore per l'eccellente resistenza alla corrosione anche a contatto con acido acetico, fosforico, solforico, soluzioni clorurate, acqua di mare anche ad alte temperature. Sinora è l'unico marchio ad utilizzare tale materiale, peraltro di propria fabbricazione.
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2020.09.20 01:06 Stoaticor Victoria records 14 new cases and 5 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
DHHS: Media Release - Sunday, 20 September.
@DanielAndrewsMP: "We can do this."
 

14-day numbers

20th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 507 36.2 52
Regional 25 1.8 0
 
19th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 550 39.3 64
Regional 27 1.9 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +14 20,042 (-6)*
Active -91 743
Recovered +94 18,473
Deaths +5 761 (-1)
Aged care (deaths) +4 600
Community transmission -7 4,267
Test results received +12,461 2,575,457
Hospital +5 94
ICU +0 8
Ventilated +0 5
*6 previous cases reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -91 743
Metropolitan Melbourne -85 715
Regional Victoria -2 26
Colac Otway +0 12
Greater Geelong -1 2
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation -3 1
Interstate +0 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -57 376
Healthcare workers active -6 117
Healthcare workers total +11 3,496
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +1 3
 

Aged care outbreaks with 1 or more active cases

Changes in the last 24 hours: No changes reported.
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 82 39 30 46 6 7
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 56 37 22 20 14 4
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 30 32** 12 17 1 0
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 255 29 128 102 25 27
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 79 28 43 28 8 7
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 70 25 26 26 18 5
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 25 39 44 13 19
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 23 44 57 7 25
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 28 23 8 19 1 3
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 102 18 38 58 6 19
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 18 16 5 13 0 1
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 47 15 22 18 7 1
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 130 14 59 48 23 12
Menarock Life Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 68 12 27 20 21 7
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 10 8 10 1 1
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 10 54 53 17 9
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 21 9 11 10 0 3
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 51 7 25 22 4 6
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 128 7 46 80 2 22
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 102 6 46 47 9 14
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 219 6 87 102 30 36
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 71 6 31 31 9 11
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 121 6 48 53 20 19
Estia Aged Care Heidelberg Banyule Heidelberg West 119 3 66 29 24 10
Glendale Aged Care Facility Werribee Wyndham 105 3 43 45 17 17
Outlook Gardens Aged Care Dandenong North Greater Dandenong 116 3 58 41 17 12
Aurrum Aged Care Plenty Plenty Nillumbik 97 2 36 47 14 13
BlueCross Westgarth Northcote Darebin 35 2 18 14 3 6
BlueCross Autumdale Cheltenham Bayside/Kingston 55 2 30 24 1 13
Bupa Aged Care Edithvale Edithvale Kingston 85 2 34 44 7 17
Bupa Aged Care Traralgon Traralgon Latrobe 23 2 12 7 4 2
Estia Health Aged Care Facility Keysborough Keysborough Greater Dandenong 28 2 13 8 7 3
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Glenroy Moreland 68 2 23 40 5 4
Arcare Aged Care Craigieburn Craigieburn Hume 105 1 44 37 24 15
Arcare Maidstone Maidstone Maribyrnong 7 1 6 0 1
Doutta Galla Aged Care Yarraville Yarraville Maribyrnong 90 1 43 41 6 16
Estia Aged Care Facility Ardeer Ardeer Brimbank 166 1 85 50 31 17
Florence Aged Care Facility Altona North Altona North Hobsons Bay 47 1 18 28 1 7
Grace Of Mary Greek Cypriot Elderly Hostel Epping Whittlesea 68 1 34 22 12 12
Jewish Care Hannah and Daryl Cohen Centre Windsor Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 74 1 34 33 7 2
Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes Kilsyth Kilsyth Yarra Ranges 140 1 55 61 24 20
Mercy Place Dandenong Dandenong Greater Dandenong 23 1 8 13 2 3
Opal South Valley Highton Highton Greater Geelong 66 1 25 32 9 8
St Basil's Homes for the Aged in Victoria Fawkner Hume/Moreland 216 1 94 94 28 44
St Georges Benetas Organisation Aged Care Facility Altona Meadows Hobsons Bay 76 1 38 32 6 12
Villa Maria Catholic Homes St Bernadette's Sunshine North Aged Care Sunshine North Brimbank 19 1 13 4 2 3
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway +0 6 16 Sept: 20, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +0 6 7 Sept: 20, 19
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong +0 6 17 Sept: 20, 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +1 14 16 Sept: 20, 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey +4 30 43 (+5) Sept: 20, 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - - 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
EDU Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus Burwood Monash - 1 Sept: 9
OTHER Crocmedia Southbanks Melbourne - 2 Sept: 8, 4
EDU Mordialloc College Mordialloc Kingston - 1 Sept: 7 (via Reddit)
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 19/09⚠️

The table below was last updated at 18:41:09 PM on Saturday, 19 September. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Added: None.
Removed: None.
Points to note: Around 1:50pm AEST 19/09, I noticed the website had been updated to include the following information but shortly after the information was removed:
  • Coburg North Coles, Coburg, Gaffney Street, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
  • Coburg, Dan Murphy's, Coburg, Louisa Street, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
  • Coburg/Brunswick West No.19 Tram, Moreland Road Stop #28 - Collins Street Stop #2, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
The above information is just an FYI - please ensure you are always referring to the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Location Site Exposure period Reported by DHHS
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse 11/09/2020 Sept: 18, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre 13/09/2020 - 14/09/2020 Sept: 18, 17
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC 11/09/2020 & 12/09/2020 Sept: 18, 16
Clifton Hill Provans Mitre 10 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 16
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre 11/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14
Deer Park/Southern Cross 6.00am V/Line Train Deer Park Station to Southern Cross Station, 3.45pm V/Line Train Southern Cross Station to Deer Park Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10, 9.
Glen Waverly Woolworths, Glen Waverley “The Glen” 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Greenvales Lakes Woolworths (company media release) 06/09/2020, 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Flinders Street/Reservoir Train 8.42pm Reservoir to Flinders Street 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate 18/08/2020 - 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Coles Roxburgh Park 06/09/2020 & 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Freshplus Roxburgh Park 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Southern Cross/Northcote 6.30am Tram 86 Southern Cross Station to Northcote Station, 3.15pm Tram 86 Northcote Station to Southern Cross Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station & return 03/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Reservoir Train 1.12pm Southern Cross to Reservoir 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
 

Other exposure sites

Site Location Exposure period Reported
Woolworths Burwood East 05/09 Sept: 10
Woolworths Oakleigh South store 28/08 Sept: 7
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
None reported n/a Sept: 20
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
Mercy Place aged care facility Templestowe Sept: 10
Australian Meat Group Dandenong South Sept: 9
Woolworths Altona North Sept: 9
Woolworths Glen Waverley Sept: 9
Benetas Colton Close aged care facility Glenroy Sept: 9
Opal Hobsons Bay aged care facility Altona North Sept: 8
eStore Logistics Derrimut Sept: 8
Crocmedia Southbank Sept: 8
None reported n/a Sept: 7
 

What we know about the Casey outbreak

  • The first case was detected on the 4th of September.
  • The cluster is made up of a total of 43 cases across five households in Hallem, Clyde, Narre Warren South and Cranbourne North.
  • There have been instances of people within this cluster visiting houses beyond the 5km radius.
  • Two patients linked to the cluster have been admitted to hospital.
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2020.09.19 16:27 nicholsresolution Murders Aboard The Investor - Craig, Alaska's Most Famous Homicides

It was September of 1982 in Craig, Alaska and Mark Coulthurst of Blaine, Washington, had made his money for the year. He had skippered the 58-foot, $850,000 fishing vessel named the "Investor." It was the pride of the fleet, fishing season was over, everyone was having a good time (including Mark) and it was Mark's birthday. There were over a hundred fishing boats docked which virtually doubled the town's population. In fact, just a few hours before the killings, Mark and his family were at a birthday party thrown for him at a restaurant near the docks before returning around 9:30 pm just as a storm began to blow in. It is believed that the killer sneaked aboard in the darkness and massacred the victims.
The next day after people trying to contact his boat were unable to reach them, someone saw the vessel about a mile and a half out from Craig and it was on fire. Once the fire was controlled they find something beyond disturbing. Onboard eight bodies were found. The murders of skipper Mark Coulthurst (28) and his pregnant wife Irene (28), their kids Kimberly (5) and John (4), as well as four deckhands - Chris Heyman (18); Jerome Keown (19), Dean Moon (19) and Mike Stewart (19) devastated the tiny town.
There had been no cries for help or for maydays, when the Investor began to burn on September 7, 1982. The blaze from the fire quickly engulfed the boat making it virtually impossible to save anyone who might still be living. After more than four hours they were able to contain the flames enough to board although it took two days to fully extinguish it. Three adults and a child were all burned beyond recognition. It took dental records to confirm that the charred bodies were Mark, Irene and Kimberly. The third adult was found to be Michael Stewart. Mark and Irene had been shot several times. A couple of days later more remains were found, bones, teeth, and a torso. These were thought to belong to the other crew members. Mark and Irene's son John's remains were never found. Per the coroner, the victims died before the fire due to no carbon monoxide being found in their lungs. Blood alcohol levels indicated the adults were drunk.
It is thought that just hours after shooting the victims with a .22 caliber pistol or rifle, the killer waved to a nearby skipper as he moved the boat to a secluded bay a mile or so out of town. After motoring back to the docks in the Investor's skiff the murderer went back the next afternoon and used a can of gasoline to set the boat on fire before hurrying back to town and disappearing. He was described by authorities as a white male, early 20's with a pockmarked complexion. The former police chief Ray Shapley recalled that, "When I got there, black smoke was coming out of the wheelhouse, but there was nobody on deck."
After two years a man named JP, a former employee of the Coulthursts on their previous boat was arrested. He was arrested due to his similarity to the sketches and a possible falling out he had previously had with Mark after being fired. He had also previously dated Mark's sister. No physical evidence tied him to the crime but it got worse when he failed a polygraph.
Another two years passed before the first trial, with it being held in Ketchikan. Another skipper who knew JP said he saw him board the Investor on the night in question and yet another witness stated he sold him gas just a few hours before the fire. The end result of that trial was a hung jury. The second trial was moved to Juneau and JP was acquitted. JP later filed a wrongful prosecution suit against the state to recoup his legal fees and was awarded a reported settlement of $900,000.
Although the murders are far from resolved, police aren't looking for the killer stating that, "The case is closed," says Tim DeSpain, spokesman for the Alaska State Troopers. Former Bellingham, Washington police detective David McNeill helped with the investigation and stated, "It was a pretty damn good investigation." He also stated that, "They got the right guy. Just because someone is acquitted doesn't mean they're innocent, just means there's not enough evidence to show guilt beyond a reasonable doubt."
JP has stated that, "Somebody out there knows what happened." He also stated that he wasn't going to waste any more of his life on this. Who that person might be is, of course, up for debate.
Shapley, the former police chief, thinks the killings were a drug deal gone bad. He said there was a lot of talk about it being a drug boat. Shapley himself sifted through the ashes for bone fragments and teeth. Apparently Craig was known at the time as a drug haven. McNeill however discounts that theory as, "a bunch of bull crap."
For years Mark's younger sister Laurie was firm in her belief of JP's guilt, but has since changed her mind slightly. He agreed to meet with her and her sister at a local place and answer their questions. Laurie stated that she didn't know if he's the one who actually pulled the trigger but does think he knows more than he's saying.
https://www.alaskapublic.org/2018/10/12/what-happened-in-craig-trying-to-piece-together-one-of-the-states-most-perplexing-murder-mysteries/
https://people.com/crime/people-explains-investor-fishing-boat-murders-alaska/
https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/ny-justice-story-investor-boat-killings-20190331-y333ejn4qjd5vnhf33wzxg4jiy-story.html
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2020.09.19 01:09 Stoaticor Victoria records 21 new cases and 7 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 
DHHS: Media Release - Saturday, 19 September
 

14-day numbers

19th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 550 39.3 64
Regional 27 1.9 0
 
18th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 598 42.7 73
Regional 32 2.3 0
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +21 20,034 (+1)
Active -86 834
Recovered +101 18,379
Deaths +7 757
Aged care (deaths) +6 596
Community transmission +2 4,274
Test results received +11,952 2,562,996
Hospital -1 89
ICU -3 8
Ventilated -2 5
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -86 834
Metropolitan Melbourne -83 800
Regional Victoria -2 28
Colac Otway -4 12
Greater Geelong +0 3
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation +1 4
Interstate -2 1
Overseas +0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active -41 433
Healthcare workers active -17 123
Healthcare workers total +8 3,485
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff +1 2
 

Aged care outbreaks with 5 or more active cases

Changes in the last 24 hours:
  • Aged care outbreaks with more than 5 active cases: 23 (-1)
  • Total cases: +19
  • Total active: -37
  • Total staff: +11
  • Total residents: +1
  • Total other: +7
  • Total deaths: +7
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Werribee Wyndham 255 (+1) 29 (-5) 128 102 25 (+1) 27 (+2)
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Northcote Darebin 130 14 (-19) 59 48 23 12
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton South Melton 82 (+2) 39 30 46 6 (+2) 7
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Sunshine Brimbank 56 (+2) 37 22 (+2) 20 14 4 (+2)
Princeton View Aged Care Brighton East Bayside 79 28 (-6) 43 28 8 7
Kalyna Care Aged Care Delahey Brimbank 108 23 44 57 7 25
Mercy Place aged care Parkville Melbourne/Moreland 102 18 (-4) 38 58 6 19
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Hoppers Crossing Wyndham 96 25 (-1) 39 44 13 19
Opal Hobsons Bay Altona North Hobsons Bay 28 (+1) 23 (-1) 8 19 (+1) 1 3 (+1)
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Windsor Port Phillip/Stonnington 47 (+1) 15 22 (+1) 18 7 1
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Keilor East Brimbank 18 (+1) 16 (+1) 5 (+1) 13 0 1
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Sunshine North Brimbank 124 10 54 53 17 9
Menarock Life Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 68 12 27 20 21 7
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Essendon Moonee Valley 21 9 (-2) 11 10 0 3 (+1)
Twin Parks Aged Care Reservoir Darebin 128 7 (-4) 46 80 2 22
Epping Gardens Aged Care Epping Whittlesea 219 6 (-2) 87 102 30 36
Baptcare Brookview Community Westmeadows Hume 19 10 8 10 1 1
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Avondale Heights Moonee Valley 70 (+6) 25 (+6) 26 (+4) 26 (+1) 18 (+1) 5
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Sydenham Brimbank 51 7 (-2) 25 22 4 6 (+1)
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Pascoe Vale Moreland 102 6 (-1) 46 47 9 14
Japara Elanora Aged Care Brighton Bayside 71 (+2) 6 (-1) 31 31 9 (+2) 11
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Sunbury Hume 121 (+2) 6 (+1) 48 (+2) 53 20 19
Estia Keilor 2 Keilor Downs Brimbank 30 (+1) 32 (+3)** 12 (+1) 17 (-1) 1 (+1) 0
**Unsure why there are more active cases than confirmed cases.
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
HEALTH Alfred Hospital - - +6 6 7 Sept: 19
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong +0 6 17 Sept: 19, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +0 13 15 Sept: 19, 18, 16, 15
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - -2 7 64 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey -4 26 34 Sept: 19, 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac - 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway - 6 16 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
EDU Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus Burwood Monash - 1 Sept: 9
OTHER Crocmedia Southbanks Melbourne - 2 Sept: 8, 4
EDU Mordialloc College Mordialloc Kingston - 1 Sept: 7 (via Reddit)
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 19/09⚠️

The table below was last updated at 18:41:09 PM on Saturday, 19 September. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Added: None.
Removed: None.
Points to note: Around 1:50pm AEST 19/09, I noticed the website had been updated to include the following information but shortly after the information was removed:
  • Coburg North Coles, Coburg, Gaffney Street, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
  • Coburg, Dan Murphy's, Coburg, Louisa Street, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
  • Coburg/Brunswick West No.19 Tram, Moreland Road Stop #28 - Collins Street Stop #2, Exposure period: 15/09/2020
The above information is just an FYI - please ensure you are always referring to the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
Location Site Exposure period Reported by DHHS
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse 11/09/2020 Sept: 18, 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre 13/09/2020 - 14/09/2020 Sept: 18, 17
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC 11/09/2020 & 12/09/2020 Sept: 18, 16
Clifton Hill Provans Mitre 10 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 16
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre 11/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14
Deer Park/Southern Cross 6.00am V/Line Train Deer Park Station to Southern Cross Station, 3.45pm V/Line Train Southern Cross Station to Deer Park Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10, 9.
Glen Waverly Woolworths, Glen Waverley “The Glen” 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Greenvales Lakes Woolworths (company media release) 06/09/2020, 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Flinders Street/Reservoir Train 8.42pm Reservoir to Flinders Street 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate 18/08/2020 - 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Coles Roxburgh Park 06/09/2020 & 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Freshplus Roxburgh Park 10/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14.
Southern Cross/Northcote 6.30am Tram 86 Southern Cross Station to Northcote Station, 3.15pm Tram 86 Northcote Station to Southern Cross Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 11, 10, 9.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station & return 03/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station 07/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Reservoir Train 1.12pm Southern Cross to Reservoir 06/09/2020 Sept: 18, 15, 14, 11, 10.
 

Other exposure sites

Site Location Exposure period Reported
Woolworths Burwood East 05/09 Sept: 10
Woolworths Oakleigh South store 28/08 Sept: 7
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
BlueCross Riverlea aged care facility Avondale Heights Sept: 19
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
Mercy Place aged care facility Templestowe Sept: 10
Australian Meat Group Dandenong South Sept: 9
Woolworths Altona North Sept: 9
Woolworths Glen Waverley Sept: 9
Benetas Colton Close aged care facility Glenroy Sept: 9
Opal Hobsons Bay aged care facility Altona North Sept: 8
eStore Logistics Derrimut Sept: 8
Crocmedia Southbank Sept: 8
None reported n/a Sept: 6th - 7th
 

What we know about the Casey outbreak

  • The first case was detected on the 4th of September.
  • The cluster is made up of a total of 34 cases across five households in Hallem, Clyde, Narre Warren South and Cranbourne North.
  • There have been instances of people within this cluster visiting houses beyond the 5km radius.
  • Two patients linked to the cluster have been admitted to hospital.
  • As of 18th of September, there are around 90 active cases in the outer south-east of Melbourne, including the Casey and Dandenong regions.
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2020.09.18 02:15 Stoaticor Victoria records 45 new cases and 5 new deaths

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

 

More info on the Casey outbreak

 
✅DHHS: Media Release - Friday, 18 September
 

14-day numbers

18th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 598 42.7 73
Regional 32 2.3 0
 
17th September:
Total cases New case average Unknown*
Metropolitan 621 44.4 83
Regional 41 2.9 1
*Rolling 14 days number of cases of unknown source of acquisition.
For previous available numbers, please refer to the wiki here.
 

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +45 20,012 (-3)**
Active -27 920
Recovered +61 18,278
Deaths +5 750
Aged care (deaths) +5 590
Community transmission +0 4,272
Test results received +15,910 2,551,044
Hospital -7 90
ICU -1 11
Ventilated +1 7
**3 previous cases reclassified.
 

Active cases breakdown

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Active -27 920
Metropolitan Melbourne -24 883
Regional Victoria -3 30
Colac Otway -2 16
Greater Geelong +0 3
Greater Bendigo +0 1
Ballarat +0 0
Unknown/Under investigation +2 4
Interstate -2 3
Overseas 0 0
 

Other

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Total aged care active +10 474
Healthcare workers active -3 140
Healthcare workers total +16 3,477
Disability accom. residents +0 0
Disability accom. staff -1 1
 

Aged care outbreaks with 10 or more active cases

NOTE - Changes to the aged care outbreak table:
The information in the table below captures information provided by DHHS on the “Case locations and outbreaks” page. Previously, I was using a mixture of DHHS/media releases from aged care facilities/news/Facebook etc. for information.
While creating this table, I have noticed that some of the information provided between DHHS vs. the media release from the aged care is different. Furthermore, I’ve found one aged care where the information provided by DHHS in their media release vs. their case locations and outbreak page also don’t add up. I haven’t had the time to look through all the outbreaks and compare numbers so over the next few days I will:
  • Compare numbers across the latest media release vs. the outbreaks page vs. the media release of the aged care and somehow include this information.
  • I’ll include outbreaks with less than five cases.
I have also decided to exclude the “reported by DHHS” column as I think the table will get way too large/messy. I am keeping records outside of these Reddit posts so if you need this information, feel free to message me.
Facility name LGA Suburb Total - cases Total - active Total - Staff Total - Residents Total - Other Total - Deaths
Sutton Park McKenzie Aged Care Melton Melton South 80 (+3) 39 30 (+1) 46 4 (+2) 7
Doutta Galla Aged Services Woornack Brimbank Sunshine 54 (+7) 37 (-2) 20 (+1) 20 (+1) 14 (+5) 2 (+1)
Baptcare Wyndham Lodge Community Wyndham Werribee 254 (+5) 34 (-10) 128 (+3) 102 (+1) 24 (+1) 25 (+4)
Princeton View Aged Care Bayside Brighton East 76 (+3) 34 (-2) 43 (+1) 28 8 (+2) 7 (+1)
Bluecross Aged Care Facility Ruckers Hill Darebin Northcote 130 (+1) 33 (-6) 58 (+1) 48 23 12
Estia Keilor 2 Brimbank Keilor Downs 29 (+24) 29 (+11) 11 (+10) 18 (+14) 0 0
Mecwacare John Atchison Centre Wyndham Hoppers Crossing 96 26 39 44 13 19
Opal Hobsons Bay Hobsons Bay Altona North 27 (+8) 24 (+6) 8(+2) 18 (+6) 1 1 (+1)
Kalyna Care Aged Care Brimbank Delahey 108 23 (-4) 44 57 7 25
Mercy Place aged care Melbourne/Moreland Parkville 102 22 (-5) 38 (-1) 58 6 (+1) 19 (+3)
Embracia Moonee Valley Aged Care Moonee Valley Avondale Heights 64 (+10) 19 (+10) 22 25 (+7) 17 (+3) 5
Japara Central Park Aged Care Facility Port Phillip/Stonnington Windsor 46 15 (-2) 21 18 7 1
Edenvale Manor Aged Care Facility Brimbank Keilor East 17 15 (-2) 4 13 0 1 (+1)
Menarock Life Aged Care Moonee Valley Essendon 68 12 27 20 21 7
Twin Parks Aged Care Darebin Reservoir 128 (+1) 11 46 (-1) 80 (+2) 2 22 (+1)
Churches of Christ Care Arcadia Aged Care Moonee Valley Essendon 21 11 (-1) 11 10 0 2
Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility Brimbank Sunshine North 10 10 53 53 17 9
Baptcare Brookview Community Hume Westmeadows 19 (+3) 10 8 (+1) 10 (+1) 1 (+1) 1
Arcare Sydenham Aged Care Facility Brimbank Sydenham 51 (+1) 9 25 22 4 (+1) 5 (+1)
Epping Gardens Aged Care Whittlesea Epping 219 8 (-2) 87 102 30 36
CraigCare Aged Care Facility Moreland Pascoe Vale 102 (+2) 7 (-1) 46 (+3) 47 9 (-1) 14
Japara Elanora Aged Care Bayside Brighton 69 (+1) 7 (-1) 31 (+1) 31 7 11
Japara Goonawarra Aged Care Facility Hume Sunbury 119 (-1) 5 (-1) 46 (-1) 53 20 19 (+1)
Glenlyn Aged Care Facility Moreland Glenroy 68 5 (-8) 23 40 5 4
 

Active cases - other

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL active TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Casey community Hallam/Narre Warren Casey -3 30 34 Sept: 18, 17, 14, 11.
OTHER Bulla Dairy Foods Colac Colac -2 6 20 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Footscray Hospital Footscray Maribyrnong +0 13 15 Sept: 18, 16, 15
OTHER Vawdrey Australia Truck Manufacturer - - +0 9 64 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
EDU Wydinia Kindergarten Colac Colac Otway +0 6 16 Sept: 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12,
OTHER Dandenong Police Station Dandenong Dandenong +1 6 17 Sept: 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Frankston Hospital Frankston Frankston - 6 90 Sept: 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.
HEALTH Royal Melbourne Hospital Royal Park campus Parkville Melbourne - 10 unknown Sept: 7.
OTHER JBS Brookyln Brooklyn Brimbank - 19 unknown Sept: 6.
 

Other outbreaks in the last 14 days

Type Outbreak Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL cases Reported by DHHS
OTHER Security Guard - Vic Parliament House East Melbourne Melbourne - 1 Sept: 13
HEALTH Peninsula Health (incl. Frankston Hospital) - - - 90 Sept: 13, 5. 2, 1. Aug: 31, 27, 29, 25, 24, 20, 18
OTHER Woolworths Altona North Hobsons Bay - 1 Sept: 11
OTHER Woolworths Glen Eira Caulfield - 1 Sept: 11
EDU Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus Burwood Monash - 1 Sept: 9
OTHER Crocmedia Southbanks Melbourne - 2 Sept: 8, 4
EDU Mordialloc College Mordialloc Kingston - 1 Sept: 7 (via Reddit)
 

⚠️High-risk locations as of 17/09⚠️

The table below was last updated at 05:29:06 AM on Friday, 18 September. Please view the DHHS website for the most up to date information.
RECENT CHANGES:
  • ADDED Burwood One Shopping Centre in Burwood, and, Chemist Warehouse in Brunswick.
  • REMOVED: Dandenong Police Complex, Dandenong.
  • Points to note: None.
Location Site Exposure period Reported by DHHS
Brunswick Chemist Warehouse 11/09/2020 Sept: 17
Burwood East Burwood One Shopping Centre 13/09/2020 - 14/09/2020 Sept: 17
Westgate Port Melbourne KFC 11/09/2020 & 12/09/2020 Sept: 16
Clifton Hill Provans Mitre 10 10/09/2020 Sept: 16
Altona North Woolworths 04/09/2020 Sept: 15, 11
Craigieburn Craigieburn Shopping Centre 11/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14
Deer Park/Southern Cross 6.00am V/Line Train Deer Park Station to Southern Cross Station, 3.45pm V/Line Train Southern Cross Station to Deer Park Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14, 11, 10, 9.
Glen Waverly Woolworths, Glen Waverley “The Glen” 06/09/2020 Sept: 15, 11, 10, 9.
Greenvales Lakes Woolworths (company media release) 06/09/2020, 10/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14.
Flinders Street/Reservoir Train 8.42pm Reservoir to Flinders Street 06/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14, 11, 10
Narre Warren Westfield Fountain Gate 18/08/2020 - 06/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Coles Roxburgh Park 06/09/2020 & 10/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14.
Roxburgh Park Freshplus Roxburgh Park 10/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14.
Southern Cross/Northcote 6.30am Tram 86 Southern Cross Station to Northcote Station, 3.15pm Tram 86 Northcote Station to Southern Cross Station 02/09/2020 - 05/09/2020 & 07/09/2020 Sept: 15, 11, 10, 9.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station & return 03/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Ballarat V/Line train Southern Cross Station to Ballarat Station 07/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14, 11, 10.
Southern Cross/Reservoir Train 1.12pm Southern Cross to Reservoir 06/09/2020 Sept: 15, 14, 11, 10.
 

Other exposure sites

Site Location Exposure period Reported
Woolworths Burwood East 05/09 Sept: 10
Woolworths Oakleigh South store 28/08 Sept: 7
 

The department is investigating cases linked to

Outbreak Suburb Reported by DHHS
Commercial Fitout Solutions Eltham Sept: 18
Alfred Hospital ward - Sept: 17
Uniting AgeWell Camberwell Community Condare Court Camberwell Sept: 17
None reported n/a Sept: 12th - 16th
Family cluster #1 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
Family cluster #2 Melbourne South-East Sept: 11
A ward at Monash Health Sept: 11
Mercy Place aged care facility Templestowe Sept: 10
Australian Meat Group Dandenong South Sept: 9
Woolworths Altona North Sept: 9
Woolworths Glen Waverley Sept: 9
Benetas Colton Close aged care facility Glenroy Sept: 9
Opal Hobsons Bay aged care facility Altona North Sept: 8
eStore Logistics Derrimut Sept: 8
Crocmedia Southbank Sept: 8
None reported n/a Sept: 5th - 7th
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2020.09.16 23:15 ChiCubsbot GDT: 9/16 Indians (26-22) @ Cubs (29-20) 7:15 PM

Indians (26-22) @ Cubs (29-20)

First Pitch: 7:15 PM at Wrigley Field
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Cubs Jon Lester (2-2, 5.05 ERA) MARQ WSCR
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Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E
CLE 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 2
CHC 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 9 0

Box Score

CHC AB R H RBI BB SO BA
LF Happ, I 5 1 1 0 0 1 .275
3B Bryant 4 0 1 0 0 1 .205
1B Rizzo 3 0 1 0 2 0 .220
C Contreras 4 0 0 0 0 1 .248
DH Schwarber 4 1 0 0 1 2 .194
SS Báez, J 5 1 2 1 0 2 .211
RF Heyward 3 0 1 1 1 2 .287
LF Maybin 3 0 2 1 0 0 .268
PH Kipnis 1 0 0 0 0 0 .264
CF Hamilton 0 0 0 0 0 0 .087
2B Hoerner 2 0 1 0 1 0 .250
2B Vargas, I 1 0 0 0 0 1 .200
CHC IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Lester 5.0 4 2 2 1 1 62-34 4.91
Tepera 1.0 0 0 0 2 1 21-9 4.34
Wick 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 11-7 3.12
Kimbrel 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 16-11 5.79
Jeffress 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 18-12 1.77
Adam 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 12-6 2.61
CLE AB R H RBI BB SO BA
SS Lindor 4 1 0 0 1 1 .281
CF DeShields 2 0 0 0 1 1 .265
3B Ramírez, Jo 4 0 2 0 0 0 .261
1B Santana, C 3 0 0 0 1 1 .202
DH Reyes, F 4 0 1 0 0 3 .284
RF Luplow 2 0 1 0 0 0 .179
RF Naquin 2 0 0 0 0 0 .265
LF Mercado 3 1 1 1 0 1 .152
LF Naylor, J 0 0 0 0 1 0 .219
C Hedges 3 0 0 0 0 0 .149
PH Freeman, M 1 0 0 0 0 0 .229
C Leon 0 0 0 0 0 0 .148
2B Chang 2 0 0 0 0 0 .182
2B Hernandez 2 0 0 0 0 1 .263
CLE IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Civale 6.0 7 2 2 3 3 107-61 3.80
Karinchak 1.0 0 0 0 1 2 13-8 2.66
Pérez, O 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 13-9 1.72
Quantrill 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 12-9 2.74
Maton 0.2 2 1 0 1 2 14-10 3.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
T1 Franmil Reyes strikes out swinging. 0-1
B2 Jason Heyward singles on a fly ball to center fielder Delino DeShields. Kyle Schwarber scores. 1-1
B4 Cameron Maybin singles on a ground ball to shortstop Francisco Lindor. Javier Baez scores. Jason Heyward to 2nd. 2-1
T5 Oscar Mercado homers (1) on a fly ball to left center field. 2-2
B10 Javier Baez singles on a line drive to left fielder Josh Naylor. Ian Happ scores. Kris Bryant to 3rd. Anthony Rizzo to 2nd. 3-2

Highlights

Description Length HD
Francisco Lindor scores on a wild pitch in the 1st 0:40 HD
Jason Heyward smacks an RBI single in the 2nd inning 0:39 HD
Cameron Maybin makes a stellar diving catch in left 0:31 HD
Cameron Maybin plates Báez on an RBI single in 4th 0:39 HD
Oscar Mercado smashes a solo home run to left field 0:45 HD
Javier Baez sends an 85.4 MPH throw to first base 0:28 HD
Javier Báez turns a nice double play in the 4th 0:25 HD
James Karinchak gets out of trouble in the 7th inning 0:48 HD
Craig Kimbrel fans Delino DeShields swinging in 8th 0:15 HD
Aaron Civale whiffs Jason Heyward swinging in the 6th 0:15 HD
Javier Báez's walk-off single 0:12 HD

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
Adam (2-1, 2.61) Maton (2-2, 3.00)
Game ended at 10:38 PM.
Remember to sort by new to keep up!
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2020.09.16 17:35 Aldabruzzo What You Want and Need Is Important, And She Needs To Prove to You That She Will Help You Get Those Things

Here's a fun article from Lauren "I Am The Table" Craig, a Spelman grad, nonpracticing lawyer, and author of Fun Things To Do In a Rotted Out Shithole Town. It was also profiled here at WAATGM.
Here's the essence of Craig's screed and why she doesn't have to show you anything: Because I am Woman, Hear Me Bitch And Complain (Emphasis added):
To go even deeper, the "table" question is offensive on its face, because it puts a woman, who by nature takes anything a man gives her and improves on it, in the position of having to defend her worth to a perfect stranger based on random qualifications like looks, credentials, or "freak number." Whenever that question is posed, I now know that you've sized me up and have determined that what little you know or see so far is not enough, so you need a list of additional qualities that I'm "offering" in order to take me seriously.
Newsflash: A woman does not have to "offer" a man anything other than her companionship.
Revolutionary concept to some, but these are the facts. The whole reason men are driven to get up everyday, go to work, have successful careers, and make a lot of money is so that they can afford to impress women and date/marry the dream girl of their choosing. (see footnote below) So it goes without saying that the woman is the table. What that means is a woman simply IS worthy, and that has nothing to do with how many degrees she has.
Got all that? "I don't have to prove anything to you. You don't get to say what you want, what you need, or what you desire. Those things are irrelevant. All you need to know is I'm a woman, and I add value by my very presence, and you're damn lucky I'm even standing here allowing YOU to prove YOURSELF to ME."
Yeah.
No.
She's basically telling men to fuck off. What they want, need, desire, hope for? Doesn't matter. Men's visions for their lives? Unimportant.
Men: If she wants something from you, she needs to offer you something, and it needs to be more than "companionship". YOU get to decide whether she's good enough. What you want, need, desire, hope for, are all important. Your vision and what you want your relationship to look like are important. And YOU get to decide them. YOU get to decide whether she has what it takes to help you get those things.
Let's take Ms. Craig at her word. "I AM THE TABLE."
OK. You, Ms. Table, are offering "yourself". OK. Well then, I get to examine the table to make sure that it's what I want. I get to make sure this table will do what I want and need for it to do. I get to make sure this table fits in with everything else I have. The table has to fit into my home; I am not going to get a table and then build a home around it. I want to know if the table has flaws. I want to know if it's a new table or a used table, and if used, who else used it and how much.
Some tables have a lot of nicks and gouges. I need to know about them so I can decide if I can live with them. Some tables need refinishing. I need to know that so i can decide if i want to put in the work for that.
A table needs to be strong and hold things up. Some tables aren't very strong. Some tables break when you load them down. I get to test my prospective table to make sure it will hold up under what I need it to carry.
I want my table to look good. I want a nice looking table. And I want and need for it to be durable and to remain nice looking.
And since I am "buying" this "table" with everything I am and have and everything I will ever have...
I fucking get to find out and know everything I want to know about this goddamn table BEFORE I buy it. And if i want to ask "what do you offer" then you by God better be ready with an answer that satisfies me, or I'm leaving you at the Table Store. You do have to defend your worth and value to me based on whatever criteria I decide. Because I am half of the proposed "relationship", and I will be financing it, I get to decide whether you meet my standards. My money, my standards. My life, my standards. If you don't like that, you can stay right here at the Table Store and be offended all you want while I go on my way. Go be pissed off on someone else's time and dime.
And that's why Ms. Lauren "Table" Craig is 38 and still single. That's why she is still at the Table Store and why no one's "bought" her yet. (It's actually kind of hinted from her own writing that someone did "buy" her, and wasn't all that satisfied, and returned her to the Table Store. And, these special tables being what they are, he of course didn't get his money back.)
And, Ms. Craig: Your indignation at being asked "what do you offer" is quite telling. It means you don't really offer anything of value. If you won't freely tell me what you offer, then you're hiding something, or you don't have anything to offer.
Men: What you want is important. What you need is important. How you want your relationship to look is important. You have EVERY right to demand that any woman you are considering meet your standards. You have EVERY right to put them in the scales to see how they measure up. Make women stand and deliver. Make them prove it to you. Make them show you they will enhance your life. Or leave them where you found them.
One last thing. This is Lauren Craig. I will leave it to you to determine why she's 38 and single. You can draw your own conclusions on why she has yet to find a "wealthy man" to wife her up.
  • The idea that men go to work and get careers to get pussy has kind of fallen by the wayside, Ms. Table, in case you haven't noticed. Women like Ms. Table are freely giving up pussy to men who live in fleabag apartments and sleep on moldy mattresses on the floor. Women like Ms. Table are gleefully fucking jobless hot guys, homeless men, drunks, drug addicts, drug dealers, criminals, and other assorted shitbags. So don't come in here and tell me you need a job and money to get pussy. If you're a hot guy or an outlaw, you're swimming in pussy.
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2020.09.14 23:09 donny126 Post Match Thread: Brighton 1-3 Chelsea

Match Thread: Brighton & Hove Albion v Chelsea
FT: Brighton 1-3 Chelsea
Goalscorers: Jorginho 22’, Trossard 54’, James 55’, Zouma 65’
Date: 14/09/2020, 20:15 BST
Venue: Amex, Brighton
Referee: Craig Pawson
LINE-UPS
Brighton - 3-5-2 - Graham Potter
Ryan, Lamptey, White(Groß 79’) Dunk, Webster, March, Bissouma, Alzate(Jahanbakhsh 79’) Lallana(Connolly 44’) Trossard, Maupay
Subs: Steele, Burn, Veltman, Groß, Stephens, Connolly, Jahanbakhsh
Chelsea - 4-3-3 - Frank Lampard
Kepa, James, Zouma, Christensen, Alonso, Jorginho(Azpilicueta 84’) Kante, Loftus-Cheek(Barkley 61’), Havertz(Hudson-Odoi 80’), Werner, Mount
Subs: Caballero, Rüdiger, Azpilicueta, Barkley, Giroud, Hudson-Odoi, Abraham
Match Events
0’: We are underway
4’: First shot of the game, Webster shoots over from 30 yards
21’: Penalty for Chelsea as Ryan collides in to Werner. VAR took a look and confirmed it was a good call.
22’: GOAL Trademark run up for Jorginho, sends the keeper the wrong way and places it in the bottom corner.
34’: Azate strikes from 18 yards and Kepa palms it away.
47’: Werner shoots from a tight angle forcing a corner.
Half Time Brighton have had some chances and 58% of the possession so far.
46’: Back underway. We can only hope for a more eventful second half.
54’: GOAAAAL Great finish from 25 yards out from Trossard. Sky commentators think Kepa should have done better.
55’: GOAAAAAL An even better strike from James who lashes in to the top corner from 25 yards out. Nothing any keeper could do about that.
58’: BIG chance for Dunk. On his own at the back post, 6 yards out and he heads wide. The game has come alive in the last 10 minutes.
65’: GOAL Zouma’s weak shot is going on target but it’s a big deflection off Webster that wrong foots the keeper.
80’: Lamptey gets the first yellow card of the game for a foul.
FT


Brighton Post Match Stats Chelsea
52% Possession 48%
13 Total Shots 10
3 Shots on Target 5
4 Corners 3
8 Fouls 13
1 Yellow Cards 0
2 Goalkeeper Saves 2

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