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Field Hospital at MB Convention Center Nears Early Completion

first_imgA field hospital that was initially scheduled to open at the end of April inside the Miami Beach Convention Center will actually be completed by Monday, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.U.S. Army Col. Drew Kelly is charge of turning the convention center into a 450-bed hospital in under 14 days.His deadline was pushed forward to Monday when the COVID-19 peak projections changed. Hundreds of skilled construction workers are working around the clock in order to convert the building.In addition to bringing in hospital beds, the Army Corps of Engineers is building pressurized ICU pods and installing a large oxygen tank, and having to do it all in record time.Typically, they engineer and plan every step of the process far ahead of construction time.“But on this one, we were literally making a decision real time at four o’clock in the morning, to then — as the crew is standing there saying, ‘OK, here is how we’re going to do it,’” Kelly says. “We make the decision and keep moving. It’s been a total team effort with one goal, and that’s get it done on time.”The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers will hand over the site to the Florida National Guard when it is completed.Medical teams from the National Guard will treat coronavirus patients at the Miami Beach site, as well as overflow patients if area hospitals become overwhelmed.Miami-Dade County is the state’s virus hotspot, with more than 9,000 cases and 202 deaths as of Sunday morning.Miami Beach Convention Center to convert into field hospitallast_img read more

Nominees for 2013 African Player of the Year revealed

first_imgThe Confederation of African Football (CAF) has released the nominees for the 2013 African Player of the Year and the African Player of the Year (Based in Africa). Twenty-five (25) players made the cut for the flagship African Player of the Year category, and twenty-one (21) for the African Player of the Year (Based in Africa).The winners will be announced at the Glo-CAF Awards Gala scheduled for Thursday, January 9, 2014 in Lagos, Nigeria. Ivorian Yaya Toure is the reigning African Player of the Year and Mohamed Aboutrika of Egypt for the African Player of the Year (Based in Africa).The nominees are (in alphabetical order);   African Player of the Year  Name CountryClub Ahmed MusaNigeria CSKA Moscow Asamoah GyanGhanaAl Ain  Dame N’DoyeSenegalLocomotiv Moscow  Didier DrogbaCote d’Ivoire Galatasaray Emmanuel Emenike NigeriaFenerbahce Islam SlimaniAlgeriaSporting Lisbon John Mikel ObiNigeriaChelsea Jonathan PitroipaBurkina FasoStade Rennais Kévin ConstantGuineaAC Milan Kwadwo AsamoahGhanaJuventus Luís Carlos Almada Soares – (Platini)Cape VerdeAC Omonia Mehdi Benattia Morocco AS Roma Mohamed Aboutrika                          Egypt Al Ahly Mohamed Salah                  EgyptBasel FC   Nicolas NkoulouCameroonMarseille Pierre-Emerick AubameyangGabonBorussia Dortmund, Ryan Isaac Mendes da GraçaCape VerdeLille Saladin SaidEthiopiaWadi Degla FC Seydou KeitaMaliDalian Aerbin F.C Sofiane FeghouliAlgeriaValencia Sunday MbaNigeriaWarri Wolves Victor Wanyama                     KenyaSouthampton FC  Vincent EnyeamaNigeriaLille Yao Kouassi Gervais ‘Gervinho’Cote d’IvoireAS Roma Yaya ToureCote d’Ivoire Manchester City   African Player of the Year – Based in Africa  NameCountryClub Adane GirmaEthiopiaSt George Ahmed FathiEgyptAl Ahly Alexis Yougouda KadaCameroonCoton Sport Ali MachaniTunisiaCAB Bapidi Fils Jean JulesCameroonCoton Sport Daine Marcelle-KlateSouth AfricaOrlando Pirates Fakhreddine Ben YoussefTunisiaCSS Getaneh KebedeEthiopiaBidvest Wits Idrissa KouyateCote d’IvoireCS Sfaxien Iheb MsakniTunisiaEsperance Luyanda Lennox BacelaSouth AfricaOrlando Pirates Mbwana  SamattaTanzaniaTP Mazembe Moez Ben CherifiaTunisiaEST Mohamed AboutrikaEgyptAhly Rainford KalabaZambiaTP Mazembe Senzo MeyiwaSouth AfricaOrlando Pirates Soumbeila DiakiteMaliStade Malien Sunday MbaNigeriaWarri Wolves Tresor MputuDR CongoTP Mazembe Waleed SolimanEgyptAl Ahly Yannick N’djengCameroonEST                                                                                                                                                                          The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has released the nominees for the 2013 African Player of the Year and the African Player of the Year (Based in Africa). Twenty-five (25) players made the cut for the flagship African Player of the Year category, and twenty-one (21) for the African Player of the Year (Based in Africa).The winners will be announced at the Glo-CAF Awards Gala scheduled for Thursday, January 9, 2014 in Lagos, Nigeria. Ivorian Yaya Toure is the reigning African Player of the Year and Mohamed Aboutrika of Egypt for the African Player of the Year (Based in Africa).The nominees are (in alphabetical order);  African Player of the Year  NameCountryClub Ahmed MusaNigeriaCSKA Moscow Asamoah GyanGhanaAl Ain Dame N’DoyeSenegalLocomotiv Moscow Didier DrogbaCote d’Ivoire Galatasaray Emmanuel EmenikeNigeriaFenerbahce Islam SlimaniAlgeriaSporting Lisbon John Mikel ObiNigeriaChelsea Jonathan PitroipaBurkina FasoStade Rennais Kévin ConstantGuineaAC Milan Kwadwo AsamoahGhanaJuventus Luís Carlos Almada Soares – (Platini)Cape VerdeAC Omonia Mehdi Benattia Morocco AS Roma Mohamed Aboutrika                          Egypt Al Ahly Mohamed Salah                  EgyptBasel FC   Nicolas NkoulouCameroonMarseille Pierre-Emerick AubameyangGabonBorussia Dortmund, Ryan Isaac Mendes da GraçaCape VerdeLille Saladin SaidEthiopiaWadi Degla FC Seydou KeitaMaliDalian Aerbin F.C Sofiane FeghouliAlgeriaValencia Sunday MbaNigeriaWarri Wolves Victor Wanyama                     KenyaSouthampton FC  Vincent EnyeamaNigeriaLille Yao Kouassi Gervais ‘Gervinho’Cote d’IvoireAS Roma Yaya ToureCote d’Ivoire Manchester City   African Player of the Year – Based in Africa  NameCountryClub Adane GirmaEthiopiaSt George Ahmed FathiEgyptAl Ahly Alexis Yougouda KadaCameroonCoton Sport Ali MachaniTunisiaCAB Bapidi Fils Jean JulesCameroonCoton Sport Daine Marcelle-KlateSouth AfricaOrlando Pirates Fakhreddine Ben YoussefTunisiaCSS Getaneh KebedeEthiopiaBidvest Wits Idrissa KouyateCote d’IvoireCS Sfaxien Iheb MsakniTunisiaEsperance Luyanda Lennox BacelaSouth AfricaOrlando Pirates Mbwana  SamattaTanzaniaTP Mazembe Moez Ben CherifiaTunisiaEST Mohamed AboutrikaEgyptAhly Rainford KalabaZambiaTP Mazembe Senzo MeyiwaSouth AfricaOrlando Pirates Soumbeila DiakiteMaliStade Malien Sunday MbaNigeriaWarri Wolves Tresor MputuDR CongoTP Mazembe Waleed SolimanEgyptAl Ahly Yannick N’djengCameroonESTlast_img read more