NorCal Cannabis Cup serves as High Times’ long-running regional marijuana industry trade show. Earlier in the month, the festival—slated for June 2nd and 3rd at Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, CA—announced its initial musical lineup, which includes performances by Phil Lesh & Friends, Blues Traveler, and Arrested Development. Today, NorCal Cannabis Cup has added even more musical mayhem to the weekend with the announcement that G. Love & Special Sauce will also be joining the event’s two-day musical lineup.NorCal Cannabis Cup notes that it has a number of exciting announcements coming up this week, so keep your eyes peeled for who else is expected to join this solid lineup of festival heavy-hitters. However, the musical lineup is not the only thing draws attendees to Santa Rosa. Rather, as High Times notes,In addition to the incredible musical lineup, there will be tons of other entertainment—live art murals, a Ferris wheel, amazing food pop-ups and much more. … Vendors will be selling the hottest, most innovative products, visual artists from Black Light. Visuals will be doing trippy body painting, and, of course, tons of freebies and swag will be raining from the stage.You can grab your single-day and two-day tickets to see Phil Lesh & Friends, Blues Traveler, Arrested Development, and G. Love at the NorCal Cannabis Cup here.Enter To Win A Pair Of Tickets!<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>
“We are grateful that the predictions saying COVID-19 cases in Indonesia will grow exponentially is not happening. Our average number of cases is still low [and] the highest number of confirmed daily cases is still lower than 500,” Muhadjir told journalists on Friday.Other officials, including national COVID-19 task force head Doni Monardo, had also claimed that the number of confirmed cases had been “flattening and going down”.The government has also been mulling over plans to ease large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in several regions, announcing this week that it would grant exemptions to travel restrictions.Read also: Easing restrictions? Not so fast, experts sayExperts have warned that the fight against COVID-19 was far from over, as the delayed results of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests and the nation’s low testing capacity have made it difficult to capture the true scale of the epidemic.As of Saturday, Indonesia has conducted 143,781 PCR tests across the country — a rate of about 526 tests per 1 million people. Meanwhile, neighboring countries Singapore and Malaysia have conducted more than 30,000 and 7,500 tests per 1 million people, respectively. Topics : The Health Ministry reported its biggest one-day rise in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases as it confirmed 533 new cases on Saturday.This occurred just days after the first highest daily rise on Tuesday when health authorities recorded 484 new COVID-19 cases in a day despite the government’s earlier statement that the curve was flattening.As of Saturday, there are 13,645 confirmed cases across the country, with 959 fatalities and 2,607 recoveries. The ministry’s disease control and prevention director-general, Achmad Yurianto, did not elaborate on the increase at his daily press briefing. However, he asserted that the public should be disciplined in implementing physical distancing measures.“This illustrates our discipline in obeying health protocols as part of [the government’s] efforts fighting the COVID-19 outbreak,” Yurianto said on Saturday.The spike in cases came one day after Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy said he was grateful the country did not meet experts’ predictions that the number of COVID-19 cases would grow exponentially.
New Delhi: The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 has produced some magnificent catches. Ben Stokes’ one-handed effort to catch Andile Phehlukwayo off Adil Rashid in the opening game of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between England and South Africa has been dubbed as one of the best catches in the tournament. Chris Woakes took a brilliant catch to send back Imam-ul-Haq off Moeen Ali in the match against Pakistan in Trent Bridge. Quinton de Kock took a superb catch off Virat Kohli in the game between India and South Africa in Southampton. In the game between Australia and West Indies in Trent Bridge, Sheldon Cottrell joined the list with a jaw-dropping effort.In the second ball of the 45th over bowled by Oshane Thomas, Steve Smith, who had revived the innings with his 20th fifty and shared a partnership of over 100 with Nathan Coulter-Nile, looked to pile on the agony for the West Indies. A full ball from Thomas on the pads was whipped in the air by Smith to the deep midwicket fence. It was destined to go for a six but Cottrell had other ideas. The left-arm pacer ran to his left and stuck out his left hand as the ball lodged in his hand. However, the momentum was carrying him over the ropes. Cottrell flung the ball in the air, leapt over the ropes and leapt back him while continuing to keep his eyes on the ball. The fielder completed the catch and Smith was given his marching orders.Sheldon Cottrell take a bow #CWC19Nottingham pic.twitter.com/HiK9LRlrzu— Matt Wade (@mattwade87) June 6, 2019Smith and Coulter-Nile, who smashed the highest individual score for a number eight batsman in World Cup history, revived Australia after their top order was blown away by the hostility of the West Indies pacers. David Warner, Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell and Usman Khawaja were sent back cheaply and it took a gritty partnership from Smith and Alex Carey to revive the innings. Australia are playing the West Indies for the first time in a World Cup after 12 years. The five-time champions started their 2019 campaign on a high with a win against Afghanistan while West Indies trounced Pakistan. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Steve Smith smashed his 20th fifty.West Indies have not beaten Australia in World Cups since 1996.West Indies defeated Pakistan in their 2019 World Cup opener.