北京首钢第三次核酸检测全部阴性 获得参赛资格

北京首钢第三次核酸检测全部阴性 获得参赛资格
本报讯(记者宋翔)北京青年报记者16日得悉,于15日抵达青岛赛区的北京首钢队现已完结了第三次核酸检测,全队都为阴性,他们也完结了联盟规则的悉数核酸检测次数。接下来,球队将进行场所习惯练习,为复赛做最终冲刺。依照联盟相关规则,各个球队在复赛前要进行三次核酸检测。第一次要在6月1日前悉数完结,第2次要在前往赛区前完结,第三次是在抵达赛区后,三次核酸检测悉数完结而且都没有问题后,才能够进行场所练习。首钢队是在本周一乘坐高铁前往青岛的。他们本来定于周三起程,但由于北京疫情的新变化,球队提早了行程。球队在抵达后完结了第三次核酸检测,并在官方媒体上发布了全队核酸检测的成果,全员健康。这意味着,他们现已取得参赛资历。首钢队在联赛暂停前排名第六位,在曩昔三个多月的间歇期内,他们练习体系,现在球队状况杰出,球员、教练都巴望竞赛。球队现已在出征前发布了解立彬为署理主教练。他在此前承受北青报记者专访时表明,球队具有提高更好名次的可能性。 延伸阅览 全华班迎CBA联赛重启 郭士强:辽篮方针总冠军 京媒:首钢激活尤度 与书豪组成双外冲击CBA总冠军 东莞赛区区分绿黄蓝三区 球员裁判竞赛中不戴口罩

After a chaotic year, national security legislation sets to right the wrongs in Hong Kong

After a chaotic year, national security legislation sets to right the wrongs in Hong Kong
Tam Yiu-chung (L), one of the organizers of the United Front Supporting National Security Legislation, hands the petition in support of the national security legislation for Hong Kong to Luo Huining, director of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, in south China’s Hong Kong, June 1, 2020. (Xinhua/Li Gang)Moving into an office in Admiralty, a sought-after location right at the center of Hong Kong’s most thriving business district, should have meant a career boost for Lucy Wu. Instead, it has made her a reluctant witness of violence and vandalism.Exactly one year ago on June 12, the businesswoman was discussing the design of their newly-rented office in a building when she saw a growing number of black-clad protesters surrounding the Legislative Council (LegCo) building across the street.As the situation evolved, rioters began to charge police cordon lines, set fires and use violent measures to repeatedly storm the LegCo complex.”That was the first time I had ever seen such crazy vandalism with my own eyes,” she said, adding that violence and vandalism continued to escalate in Hong Kong since then, even making daily commuting a difficult task and almost putting a halt to her company’s operation.Wu said she noticed that Hong Kong’s social order is “recovering somewhat” since the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, adopted a decision last month to institute Hong Kong national security laws. “I feel more and more Hong Kong residents are regaining confidence in Hong Kong’s future.”Organizers of the United Front Supporting National Security Legislation and guests attend a press conference in south China’s Hong Kong, June 1, 2020. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)Nearly 2.93 million Hong Kong residents have signed a petition in support of the national security legislation for Hong Kong during an eight-day campaign starting from May 24.The large number of people signing the petition fully demonstrates that the national security legislation is an essential move that meets the aspirations of Hong Kong residents, Luo Huining, director of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) said while receiving the petition from organizers.Luo said the legislation will prevent, stop and punish acts and activities endangering national security, maintain Hong Kong’s long-term prosperity and stability and better protect the legitimate rights and interests of Hong Kong residents.Leung Fong-yuen, chairwoman of the Hong Kong Tourism Industry Employees General Union, is among those who felt the pains caused by the disturbances most acutely.”In the worst hit sectors such as tourism, retail, catering and hotels, many people are struggling with scarcely any hope for business in the coming year,” she said. “That’s why my colleagues and I fully support the national security legislation for Hong Kong.”Leung was one of the around 25,000 people who volunteered to collect public signatures for the petition at the more than 5,400 street stands set up across Hong Kong during the campaign.She recalled one day when she was appealing to passers-by, saying loudly that the violent incidents have resulted in a loss of 120 billion Hong Kong dollars (about 15.5 billion U.S. dollars) to Hong Kong’s services sectors. Hearing her words, many people came up to sign in support of the national security legislation.”It’s because it really hit a nerve for many people,” she said. 1 2 3 Next Page