World Trips: Olympia pause would be the "worst-case-joker"
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Corona catching games in the German ice hockey league could take place as "emergency scenario" in the coming February.
"We have an Olympic break - I think that would be our worst-case joker," said DEL managing director Gernot Trips in a magenta sport interview. "I think we are the only country in addition to Switzerland, which occurs at all the Olympia pause."
The Olympic Winter Games in Beijing will take place from 4 to 20 February. "Our priority is now to get the game plan somehow on the series again," Tipscke said, describing the options: "There is certainly the emergency scenario that you can play the first and last week of the Olympic break at least teams - And then you may be missing two national players, but you are not missing some tens of ten posed or corona players. "
In the past week, there had been a great corona outbreak at EHC Red Bull Munich. The Düsseldorf EG was also affected by a multi-day team quarantine. The Iserlohn Roosters announced after first a positive test on Tuesday further corona cases. Numerous games had to be canceled.
Due to the massive corona problems with team quantities and game ranges, the DEL tightens its test strategy. From November 1, the number of tests will be increased; In addition, fast tests are no longer sufficient.
'Ordinary people suffer most': China farms face climate woes .
JIAOZUO, China (AP) — Wang Yuetang’s sneakers sink into the mud of what was once his thriving corn and peanut farm as he surveys the damage done by an unstable climate. Three months after torrential rains flooded much of central China’s Henan province, stretches of the country’s flat agricultural heartland are still submerged in several inches of water. It’s one of the many calamities around the world that are giving urgency to the U.N. climate summit underway in Glasgow, Scotland. ”There is nothing this year. It’s all gone,” Wang said. “Farmers on the lowland basically have no harvest, nothing.