ECB confirm allrounder has been tested for Covid-19
The latest on the effects of the novel coronavirus outbreak around the world:___CARSON CITY, Nev. " Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak says the state will begin mandating the use of face-coverings in public places in an effort to stem a rise in coronavirus cases four weeks after casinos, restaurants and other businesses started reopening.Nevada has reported more than 14,300 coronavirus cases and 494 deaths from COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic.The governor says [
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Amazon is reportedly exploring the option of bringing in live television to complement its on-demand Prime Video catalog, job listings posted over the last several weeks suggest.
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Couples around the world are having their relationships put to the test during the COVID-19 pandemic - and celebrities are no exception.
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Three New Orleans Pelicans players have tested positive for COVID-19 as teams begin to ramp up activities leading into the NBA season restart July 30
It's almost July, and that means Ghost of Tsushima's release is right around the corner. But what we can confirm for you today is not just the release date for the upcoming open-world action/adventure game from Sucker Punch Productions (Sly Cooper, Infamous), but also the day and time you can read the first reviews, ours included. First reviews will go live July 14, 2020 @ 7:00 AM PDT / 10:00 AM EDT, just a few days before the official launch on July 17th. We'll have our review up for you to get...
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