While the coronavirus continues to take lives in the Wuhan area, where it came from, the health alert is forcing to suspend virtually all competitions that should be held in the short and medium term in China. The Super League has been postponed, and Asian Champions League games that have such a country as headquarters are not played for now. And, in regards to Espanyol, What will happen to Wu Lei if he is cited in the next call of his selection? One of those affected will be with total probability Wu Lei, since he has participated and as a starter in the previous four qualifying matches, in which he scored three goals (in fact, he only remained unmarked against the Philippines) and gave one assist. Some meetings with which the attacker of Espanyol reaches a special event: Just this Friday marks a decade since he debuted in the Chinese national team on February 14, 2010. He did it in Hong Kong, in the East Asian championship.Since then, Wu Lei has played 67 matches with China, in which he has scored 18 goals and distributed five assists. The franchise player of the Asian giant has a great challenge to meet: qualify for the World Cup. The measure is not for the official moment, but it does have a chance to prosper. Even to be confirmed next week. About the calendar, China had to play at home the fifth day of the qualifying phase for the 2022 World Cup, against Maldives, specifically on March 26. The CFA (Chinese Football Federation) is in talks with the authorities of Thailand to be where the match is disputed, it is always clear that before you have not sent the alert for the coronavirus. The contacts are moving in a good direction although, according to the portal ‘Live Sport Asia’, the Thai Ministry of Health would have demanded that the Chinese federation send them blood samples from all players before they embark on their journey to meet Maldives.
In B.C., clients who choose midwifery have the option of a home or hospital birth. The Midwives Association of British Columbia has called upon the provincial government to use the services of midwives to help address the shortage of maternity care providers in Fort Nelson.”It is critical that women in labour be able to birth their babies in the communities in which they live. Expectant mothers in our province shouldn’t be forced to drive hundreds of kilometres to receive maternity services,” said Ganga Jolicoeur, Executive Director of MABC. “Midwives can offer a practical and cost-effective solution to deal with the growing shortage of maternity care providers, not only in Fort Nelson, but in all regions of British Columbia.” Increasingly in rural British Columbia, women and in particular low-income and First Nations women, have no other options but to leave their community to receive the maternity care they require.- Advertisement -“With the BC Liberals and the NDP selecting new leaders, we call upon the leadership candidates of both parties to commit their support to midwifery in British Columbia. Expectant mothers, regardless of whether they reside in urban or rural BC, deserve locally-based maternal care.”BC Midwives now deliver over 10 per cent of the province’s babies each year and are publicly funded and regulated by the provincial government. There are currently around 200 practicing midwives registered in B.C.; there are approximately 720 throughout Canada.Advertisement