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first_imgChina will drastically cut its international flight routes and bar entry to returning foreigners based in the country to stem the spread of the coronavirus, authorities said Thursday. The country has not reported any new domestic COVID-19 infections for two consecutive days but officials have raised concerns about the number of imported cases, which have now surpassed 500.Foreigners living in China with valid visas and resident permits will be blocked from returning to the country after midnight Saturday, the foreign ministry said in a statement.  “The suspension is a temporary measure that China is compelled to take in light of the outbreak situation,” it added.The most of the 500 imported infections involved Chinese nationals returning home, according to the foreign affairs ministry.Diplomats and the crew of international airlines and vessels will still be permitted into the country, according to the statement.Flights out of China will be capped at just one route a week to each country, with international airlines also permitted only one route. The Civil Aviation Administration of China also said the passenger load on flights in and out of China should not exceed 75 percent.The adjusted flight routes are expected to start running from March 29, it added.All Beijing-bound international flights have been diverted to other urban centres.Many Chinese cities including Beijing and Shanghai have already imposed a compulsory 14-day quarantine for all arrivals from abroad. There were nearly 1,100 return international passenger flights scheduled to come to China this week.Topics :last_img read more

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first_img0Shares0000Kakamega Homeboyz head coach Mike Mururi is confident of finishing third in the 2017 KPL season. Photo/COURTESYNAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 16 – A head of the 2017 Kenyan Premier League season Finale, Kakamega Homeboyz head coach Mike Mururi is determined to lead the club to their best ever performance by finishing third.Kakamega Homeboyz, who were promoted back to the Kenyan Premier League last season, have had a commendable 2017 season and in the month of September they finished second in the standings behind champions Gor Mahia. However, they slipped to be dislodged in the second position by Sofapaka to currently sit sixth with 49 points but Mururi, the 2014 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Coach of the Year confidently told Capital Sport they will finish with a bang.“We started with a punch this season but we slipped a bit because of the injuries that we got. It slowed our momentum. We cannot finish second because Sofapaka are unreachable but I am sure of a third place finish,” Mururi said.Kakamega Homeboyz Hedmond Mauda leads goal celebrations after scoring the second goal.PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaA third place finish for Homeboyz will be made possible if they win away to Nzoia Sugar at the Sudi Stadium on Saturday and hope Posta Rangers, Tusker FC and Kariobangi Sharks lose their season end matches.“I am going to Nzoia to collect maximum points. My players have morale and I know they will score goals for me in Nzoia. I am going for nothing less than finishing third in the league this season,” the coach affirmed.Mururi, who joined Homeboyz in 2016 from Chemelil Sugar, said after the season, he will immediately embark on building a solid team that will challenge for the KPL title in 2018.“I will reinforce my team in pre-season since I want to go for a kill and win the league next season because it is very possible. This season has been our best. As it’s expected during the pre-season, some of the players will leave the club and that means we have to replace them.”Mike Mururi joined Kakamega Homeboyz in 2016 from Chemelil Sugar. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYAHomeboyz have been described as a team of meanest defence this season, with statistics showing they are the third team to concede less goals (22goals) with Gor Mahia and Posta Rangers conceding 20 goals each.Forward Jeremiah Wanjala has been outstanding for them this season, having netted seven goals. He was recognised by being named the SportPesa/Sports Journalists Association of Kenya Player of the Month for September.Homeboyz were first promoted to the top flight league in 2015 after topping the then Football Kenya Federation Division One League with 75 points, one point above second placed Posta Rangers who were also elevated to KPL.However, Homeboyz were relegated the same season, but they bounced back immediately in 2016.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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