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發表於柳葉刀雜誌的支持中國對COVID-19的努力

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該文由來自英、德、美、澳、荷蘭、西班牙以及馬拉西亞、中國香港等全球著名科研單位的27名病毒學家、流行病學家聯合發表,通訊郵箱為COVID19statement@gmail.com。

文中邀請全球廣大科技工作者加入聲明,“我們邀請其他人加入我們,支持武漢和中國各地的科學家、公共衛生專業人員和醫療專業人員。與前線同事並肩作戰!我們用同一個聲音說話。為了增加您對這一聲明的支援,請線上簽署我們的信件。We invite others to join us in supporting the scientists, public healthprofessionals, and medical professionals of Wuhan and across China. Stand withour colleagues on the frontline! We speak in one voice. To add your support for this statement, sign our letter online. LM is editor of ProMED-mail. ”科學家線上支持請訪問:

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  1. Patrick Ng

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    支持葉老師的言論,但請注意英文字幕,一是表達意語不詳,基本亦不是英語。二是稍眼看,似乎含不少不良意識,會否有人計謀整蠱,佈局陷害,有機會於 WhatsApp 平台投訴,甚至釘牌。

  2. way你好

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    今日日本同中国国内新闻都有报道,肺炎病毒源头在国外,最大可能就是美国流感的变种。日本有几个感染人员从没跟中国人接触,而美国流感里面都有部分实际是肺炎

  3. ulysseskh

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/ch/component/k2/1509555-20200219.htm

    刺針 (The Lancet 柳葉刀) 網站刊國際醫護聯署稱謠言及陰謀論損害抗疫

    2020-02-19 HKT 21:43

    刺針網站刊國際醫護聯署稱謠言及陰謀論損害抗疫。(美聯社資料圖片)

    英國醫學期刊《刺針》雜誌的網站,上載多國學者聯署聲明,

      重申新型肺炎 源於 自然,

      強烈譴責陰謀論,

    支持在抗疫一線的科研、公共衛生和醫務領域工作者。

    聲明由來自

      美國、

      英國、

      德國、

      荷蘭、

      西班牙、

      澳洲、

      馬來西亞

     及香港

    等地的27位公共衛生相關領域學者聯署。

    聲明強調,

      疫情相關數據已被迅速、公開且透明地共享,

      陰謀論只會製造恐慌、謠言和偏見,從而損害全球共同抗擊新型肺炎工作。

  4. Ka Fai Fu

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    各位,
    泛民為反而反,毫無智慧,毫無人性,毫無教養,毫無道德,毫無理性,毫無廉恥。實屬垃圾。
    香港必須立23條。堅決維護國家主權。

  5. Puipuiman 267

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    美國特朗普,改名特离普,牠心熊太差了,这样总统是福害

  6. Michael Michael

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    如果今天还有人讲"美国性病",他人会不明所指,但一讲"愛滋病",人们就明白了.
    香港的一些报章如"明报"的记者编辑,可能資讯较落后,专业水平偏低,世卫组织已经将疫症正名为"新冠病毒",那些报章还大字标题多篇幅称为"武汉肺炎",报导水平重落后其它报章一太截.
    有心人可否去电联络这些报馆,帮助提高他们的专业水平.

  7. Michael Michael

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    如果今天还有人讲"美国性病",他人会不明所指,但一讲"愛滋病",人们就明白了.
    香港的一些报章如"明报"的记者编辑,可能資讯较落后,专业水平偏低,世卫组织已经将疫症正名为"新冠病毒",那些报章还大字标题多篇幅称为"武汉肺炎",报导水平重落后其它报章一太截.
    有心人可否去电联络这些报馆,帮助提高他们的专业水平.

  8. Alan

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    叧一 KOL Gordon Poon 閱讀完整遍 report, he states it has “NO MEAT”

  9. SC Cheung

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    看了幾個報導, 都是集中講病毒不是人工. 但對針刺原文所講,高評價肯定中國科學家或醫療的隻字不提, 香港傳媒真是可惡!!!

  10. PEPE LAM

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    多謝分享!

  11. chiu ka man

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    大陸自己知自己事

  12. rachel Lung

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    多謝葉sir分享好文,分享正面消息。

  13. bai li

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    信息傳播,真真假假,當然要看發送方的內容及仿真度。可是,重要是接收方的判斷能力及分析。好像你宣讀的文章,也是信息的一部分,應該講,我聽起來,平常心去聽。
    重點,是否人為製造,已經不重要,關鍵在於如何克服疫情,更重要是,中共當局的透明度,不要再用政治思路去處理,應該用人類安全,人民生命去處理。才是負責任的政府。

  14. 香港人加油

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    大家齊心推23條。。要放下私心。。出心出力。。要多講多題。。全民推廣。。香港加油。。簽署⬇
    https://form.jotform.com/200453835789061

  15. Cecile An

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    多謝 Ip Sir 常分享好文章 新資訊!

  16. Alan

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    中共隻手遮天,厲害!

  17. Jaysee Lo

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    雖然未研發到預防疫苗但醫治药物尋找的努力和初效見成是值得慶幸的。在這段日子裏各盡己力,不眠不休奮力跟疫症戰斗的勇氣和毅力全民共證。

  18. Tse21171Tse1933 tse21171tse1933

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    正常
    正常專業,是正確,表達,專業及反對偽證
    ,,,
    香港
    廣告
    吸菸,使身邊的人,死亡
    有冇人,反對
    第一線,鄧小平
    第二線,我,我們站在一起

  19. ki ho

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    業先:多謝你經常找出多方面的文章給我們分享。

  20. Andy Yeung

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    請支持簽名立23條

  21. 哲晟余

    February 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    大陆这次官方在后期的措施还是不错的。
    但是我看到的是这几天全国民众又开始大规模聚集了,什么聚餐、开大会,真的乱来。疫情其实还没结束,哎,真的好了伤疤忘了疼,太掉以轻心了。
    其实再多熬段时间更稳妥,不是不让他们自由活动,但是要尽量规避人群聚集。政府估计也不能再拦了,很多人憋不住,希望别有大规模复发。

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Coronavirus: How sports teams, players are helping arena, stadium workers affected by COVID-19 outbreak

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When the NBA made the shocking decision on March 11 to halt the season amid the coronavirus outbreak, it set off a monumental chain reaction in the sports world. As the league as a whole tries to grapple with what will be a 30-day minimum break in the schedule, a lot of concern has been centered around arena staff and workers, who won’t receive paychecks with games being postponed.

There isn’t a uniform plan in place to compensate arena workers set by the league, but when the postponement was announced, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban made a commitment to pay all arena workers inside American Airlines Center. 

While talking to reporters after the Mavericks’ win over the Denver Nuggets, Cuban said:

“I reached out to the folks at the arena and our folks at the Mavs to find out what it would cost to support, financially support, people who aren’t going to be able to come to work. They get paid by the hour, and this was their source of income. So, we’ll do some things there. We may ask them to go do some volunteer work in exchange, but we’ve already started the process of having a program in place. I don’t have any details to give, but it’s certainly something that’s important to me.”

Since Cuban made that decision, other teams and even players from across the sports world have followed suit and have announced plans to help compensate those workers who are typically paid by the hour, including Kevin Love, Joel Embiid and Blake Griffin. Here’s a running list of players and teams around the league stepping up to help the arena workers in their cities.

  • Atlanta Braves: All-Star first baseman Freddie Freeman Freeman has pledged $50,00 to the Atlanta Food Bank and $50,000 to the Giving Kitchen, a program that provides emergency assistance to food service workers. Freeman has also donated $25,000 to the Salvation Army, bringing his total outlay to $125,000.
  • Atlanta Hawks: Team owner Tony Ressler told Hawks CEO Steve Koonin two weeks before the league decided to go on a hiatus that “if we shut down, we have to take care of our part-time employees,” as reported by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Sarah K. Spencer. 
  • Boston Celtics: The Celtics will reportedly be paying game-night staff through the remainder of the regular season, per MassLive’s John Karalis.
  • Brooklyn Nets: In response to Nets’ guard Spencer Dinwiddie tweeting about taking care of non-salaried arena workers, team owner Joe Tsai responded by saying the franchise is putting a plan in place to help out Barclays Center staff. That plan includes paying non-salaried workers the paychecks they would typically receive through May if the remainder of the Nets games were played, in addition to non-Nets events such as concerts.
  • Charlotte Hornets: In a press release on Sunday, the Hornets announced that team owners and players were coming together to help pay for the salaries of part-time workers at Spectrum Center who were previously scheduled to work any upcoming Hornets or G League Greensboro Swarm games through April 13.
  • Chicago Bulls: The Bulls announced Saturday that they would pay game-day employees through all previously scheduled Bulls and Blackhawks games. 
  • Chicago Cubs: Jason Heyward donated $200,000 to coronavirus relief in Chicago, split between two organizations. Heyward is giving $100,000 each to the Greater Chicago Food Depository and MASK, an organization that is collecting supplies and food for families impacted by the virus.
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: Kevin Love became the first player in the league to donate money to event staff at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse when he announced on social media that he would give $100,000 to those workers. The Cavaliers followed their star forward and announced on Twitter that they would be taking care of all hourly staff.
  • Dallas Mavericks: When the league announced postponement, team owner Mark Cuban wasted no time in making it clear that he would make sure all the employees who work events and games at the American Airlines Center would be paid during the hiatus. The Mavericks also released a statement Sunday saying that they plan to reimburse employees for breakfast and lunch purchases from Dallas-area restaurants in an effort to not only help those employees but local businesses as well.
  • Denver Nuggets: In a press release, team owner Josh Kroenke announced that Kroenke Sports & Entertainment will provide financial compensation for all the workers at the Pepsi Center affected by the lost wages due to the NBA’s current hiatus.
  • Detroit Pistons: Blake Griffin will be donating $100,000 to the workers inside Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, per The Detroit News’ Rod Beard.
  • Golden State Warriors: Warriors ownership, players and coaches will contribute $1 million to a disaster relief fund for Chase Center employees, the team announced. “The men and women who work our games at Chase Center are critical in providing an incredible game-night experience for our fans,” Warriors guard Steph Curry said. “As players, we wanted to do something along with our ownership and coaches to help ease the pain during this time.” 
  • Houston Astros: Astros star George Springer joined the growing list of stars within the sports world to go into their own pockets to help others impacted by the spread of the coronavirus by pledging to donate $100,000 to Minute Maid Park employees.  
  • Indiana Pacers: Pacers owner Herb Simon has given financial aid to the part-time workers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, per Bob Kravitz of The Athletic. 
  • Houston Rockets: Team CEO Tad Brown said that the franchise is getting a plan together to take care of all hourly workers at Toyota Center, per The Houston Chronicle’s Johnathan Feigen.
  • Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers: The Clippers and Lakers, both tenants of the Staples Center, along with the Kings of the NHL, announced Saturday that they have created a fund to compensate over 2,800 part-time and contract workers that typically staff Staples Center for NBA and NHL games. This includes employees such as team statisticians, announcers and dance teams. Also, Lakers star forward Anthony Davis announced a partnership with Lineage Logistics that will help Staples Center workers find work while the NBA is suspended. Davis and Lineage will also match up to $250,000 in donations for Feed the Frontlines LA, an organization that is aiming to raise money to purchase food from local restaurants to deliver it to hospital workers.
  • Memphis Grizzlies: The Grizzlies will be compensating all game night employees for any games missed through the end of the year, according to Geoff Calkins of The Daily Memphian.
  • Miami Heat: The Heat will provide funds to their partners in food and beverage services, security and housekeeping in order to help pay their part-time arena staffers, the team announced. Additionally, the Arison family, owners of the Heat, will donate $1 million to a fund dedicated to helping those part-time workers. 
  • Milwaukee Bucks: Reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo took to Twitter to announce that he will be donating $100,000 to workers at Fiserv Forum, saying “it’s bigger than basketball.”
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: Karl-Anthony Towns is donating $100,000 to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota to help aid in providing testing for COVID-19. 
  • Major League Baseball: The league donated $1 million to emergency food services, and each team pledged $1 million for ballpark workers affected by the shutdown. It has also announced support for minor-leaguers, who haven’t been paid since August. 
  • New Orleans Pelicans: No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, Zion Williamson, announced on his Instagram that he’s pledging to cover the salaries of all workers at Smoothie King Center for the next 30 days. In the post, Williamson said, “this is a small way for me to express my support and appreciation for these wonderful people who have been so great to me and my teammates.” In addition to Zion’s contribution, Pelicans owner Gayle Benson will be donating $1 million to create the Gayle Benson Community Assistance Fund, which will not only help the workers at Smoothie King Center, but those impacted by the coronavirus in the greater New Orleans area as well.
  • New York Knicks: Madison Square Garden reportedly plans to play event staff, including employees who work Knicks and Rangers games, until May
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: The Thunder released a statement Friday stating that they will offer financial assistance to both the part-time stadium workers that they employ directly and the ones who technically work for ASM Global.
  • Orlando Magic: The DeVos Family, owners of the Orlando Magic, have created a $2 million compensation fund for Orlando Magic, Amway Center, Lakeland Magic and Orlando Solar Bears hourly workers for games and time missed during the COVID-19 suspension of seasons. Magic power forward Jonathan Isaac also decided to help provide children in the Orlando area with breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday throughout the length of the crisis, in response to schools being shut down amidst the pandemic. 
  • Philadelphia 76ers: The hourly workers at Wells Fargo Center will be compensated during the NBA’s hiatus, per NBC Sports Philadelphia’s John Clark. Also, Joel Embiid says he is donating $500,000 to coronavirus relief and aiding team workers who are taking temporary salary reductions during the shutdown.
  • Phoenix Suns: The Suns announced in a press release that all Talking Stick Resort Arena workers will receive compensation for the remaining Suns games canceled in March. 
  • Portland Trail Blazers: The Blazers are pledging $1.4 million to the nearly 1,000 part-time employees who work game nights at Moda Center, as reported by The Athletic’s Jason Quick.
  • Sacramento Kings: The Kings are partnering with Legends Hospitality, ABM, Fanatics and SAMMCO to provide compensation to all employees who work game nights at Golden 1 Center through the end of March, per The Sacramento Bee’s Jason Anderson.
  • San Antonio Spurs: The Spurs have created a fund of $500,000 to help pay for non-contract and part-time employees, per The San Antonio Express-News’ Jeff McDonald.
  • Toronto Raptors: The Raptors joined forces with four other Toronto professional sports teams to create a fund for all workers impacted by the sudden stop in sports schedules
  • Utah Jazz: Rudy Gobert, the first NBA player to test positive for the coronavirus, will donate $500,000 to various causes. Of that money, $200,000 will go to game-day employees for the Jazz, $100,000 each will go to families impacted by the virus in Utah and Oklahoma City, and 100,000 euros will go to his native France.  
  • Washington Wizards: Team owner Ted Leonsis reportedly told Capital One Arena workers that they will be paid through March 31 for any Wizards or Capitals games they were scheduled to work, per The Athletic’s Tarik El-Bashir.
  • Former NBA player Jeremy Lin announced that he was donating $150,000 to UNICEF to help fight the coronavirus. Lin also donated the same amount to the China Foundation. 

CBS Sports will continue to provide updates to this list when they become available. 





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