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Abhishek Bachchan Shares Letter From Chelsea Captain Cesar Azpilicueta Ahead of the FA Cup Final

Abhishek Bachchan has shared a letter written to him by Spanish footballer Cesar Azpilicueta, who captains the Premier League club Chelsea, expressing concern over his health.



Abhishek Bachchan, Chelsea Captain Cesar Azpilicueta

has shared a letter written to him by Spanish footballer , who captains the Premier League club Chelsea, expressing concern over his health. The actor, who is currently admitted to Covid-19 in a city hospital, took to his verified Instagram account on Saturday to share a copy of the letter with fans. “Dear Abhishek, We heard you aren’t very well at the moment and just wanted to get in touch to wish you all the best. Abhishek Bachchan Shares a Hopeful Post from COVID-19 Isolation Ward As He Takes a Late Night Walk At the Hospital

I know the players and I were very moved when we heard about what you have been going through and we just wanted to let you know that we are thinking of you and your family in what I can imagine are difficult times. On behalf of all the players and everyone at Chelsea may I send you all our best wishes,” reads the letter, signed by Cesar Azpilicueta. Abhishek Bachchan Shutting Down A Troll Who Asked ‘Ab Kiske Bharose Baith Ke Khaoge?’ Is The Best Thing We Saw On The Internet

Expressing his excitement on receiving the letter, Abhishek wrote: “This made my week. Thank you so much @chelseafc. The only thing that would top this is winning the FA Cup this evening. Come on Chelsea!!! #ktbffh @cesarazpi.” The London club Chelsea face off against cross-town rivals Arsenal in the on Saturday evening at Wembley Stadium.

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Abhishek is a sports enthusiast and his love for football is known to those who follow him on social media. He is, in fact, one of the co-owners of the ISL football club, Chennaiyin FC. The actor and his father Amitabh Bachchan had tested Covid-19 positive last month, and are currently undergoing treatment at a hospital in Mumbai. While Abhishek’s wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter Aaradhya were also hospitalised with the virus, they were discharged recently.

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Capitol Police Warning Of Plot By Militia Group To Breach Capitol



WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Capitol Police Department has obtained intelligence that shows a possible plot to breach the Capitol complex on Thursday by a militia group, the police department said Wednesday.

The department said it is working with other local, state and federal police agencies to stop any threats to the Capitol. “We have obtained intelligence that shows a possible plot to breach the Capitol by an identified militia group on Thursday, March 4,” the Capitol Police said.

The Capitol Police Department has already established a physical structure around the Capitol in the wake of the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection by supporters of now-former President Donald Trump and is increasing staff to ensure the protection of Congress. “We are taking the intelligence seriously,” the department said.

The Capitol Police said it cannot provide additional details at this time “due to the sensitive nature of this information.”

Members of Congress were warned in a notice Tuesday from acting Sergeant-at-Arms Timothy Blodgett that there will be heightened security Thursday because of conspiracies circulating among extremist groups.

The threats reportedly appear to stem from QAnon, the umbrella term for a set of disproven and discredited internet conspiracy theories that claim the world is run by a secret cabal of Satan-worshipping cannibalistic pedophiles.

Followers of the movement believe the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Trump, who has pushed baseless claims of voter fraud along with his allies.

QAnon followers also believed that Trump would not actually leave office on Inauguration Day but rather would declare martial law, announce mass arrests of Democrats and stop Joe Biden from becoming president. After Biden took office, the date was moved from Jan. 20 to March 4, the original inauguration day for all U.S. presidents prior to 1933.

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis issued an assessment to law enforcement agencies.

The assessment, which was obtained by ABC News, said the threat of domestic violent extremism in 2020 — largely driven by “violent anti-government or anti-authority narratives, periods of prolonged civil unrest and conspiracy theories” — is a trend that will likely continue in 2021 and “could escalate to include targeting of critical infrastructure.”

Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill also have been attempting to downplay the events of Jan. 6 that left five people dead including a Capitol Police officer. Sen. Ron Johnson, a Republican from Wisconsin, has suggested the siege was a “jovial” protest and rioters who stormed the Capitol were not supporters of Trump.

In the weeks following the Jan. 6 siege, the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation launched a nationwide effort to bring those involved in Jan. 6 to justice. Almost 260 people have been charged in federal courts for their involvement, while others have been charged by the District of Columbia.

The 257 alleged siege participants charged in federal court thus far represent a heterogeneous group. Insurrectionists as young as 18 and as old as 70 have been charged; 221 are men and 36 are women. Thirty-three of the people charged in federal court have known military backgrounds.

They came to the Capitol from 40 states, and 91 percent traveled from outside the Washington, D.C., area to participate in the siege, according to a new report released this week by the Program on Extremism at The George Washington University in D.C.

Alleged perpetrators face as many as 17 counts on their indictment. The charges range from trespassing and illegal entry on designated grounds to conspiracy against the U.S. government and assaulting law enforcement.


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Beloved Cop Dies 3 Months After Retirement: U.S. Coronavirus Blog



BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Benny Christiano was well known in his hometown of Bloomfield, New Jersey, serving as a police officer for 26 years. Residents and officials in the town said it was well deserved when he announced his retirement in December.

Just this week, he became one of the latest fatal victims of the coronavirus that has now claimed more than 518,000 American lives.

“Ben fought a tough battle with COVID for recent weeks that he ultimately succumbed to,” a statement from the Bloomfield Division of Public Safety said. “Ben served this department with ‘Bravery, Pride and Dedication’ for 26 years until making the decision to retire and move on to the next chapter in his life.”

An outpouring of support came in for Christiano when it was announced he was battling COVID-19 in January.

“Great guy I’ve had the pleasure of riding escorts with,” one former colleague wrote.

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Major American retailers will continue to require customers wear face coverings while in their stores even as more states are dropping their mask mandates. CVS, Target, Kroger and Starbucks are among the corporations that will keep the requirement in place in the wake of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott lifting all mask mandates in America’s second most populous state, The Washington Post and others have reported.

Other stores, including Albertson’s, will no longer require masks in states that have dropped the requirement but will continue to encourage customers to wear them, according to The Post report.

Health experts and public officials on the federal and local levels are warning against states such as Texas acting too soon on lifting restrictions designed to limit the coronavirus spread.

President Joe Biden on Wednesday called out the governors in Texas and Mississippi for “Neanderthal thinking” in deciding to relax their mask mandates and other COVID-19 restrictions, according to The Associated Press. Pennsylvania on Monday took a more gradual approach to reopening, allowing fans at professional sporting and entertainment events at 20 percent capacity.

Biden called the easing of restrictions a “big mistake” while speaking in the Oval Office during a meeting with lawmakers, who each wore a mask. He said, “I hope everyone has realized by now, these masks make a difference.”

“We are on the cusp of being able to fundamentally change the nature of this disease,” he said. “The last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking that, in the meantime, everything’s fine, take off your mask, forget it.”

Dr. Rochelle Walensky, head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has urgently warned state officials and ordinary Americans not to let down their guard. Walensky said she is “really worried about reports that more states are rolling back the exact public health measures that we have recommended.”

“I remain deeply concerned about a potential shift in the trajectory of the pandemic,” she told the AP. “We stand to completely lose the hard-earned ground that we have gained.”

Cases, deaths and hospitalizations from the virus are on a downward trend nationally, and the vaccine rollout has received a big boost with the announcement that drugmaker Merck will help rival Johnson & Johnson with the production of the single-dose vaccine that was just approved for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration a few days ago.

But the country remains far from its lofty vaccination goal, which Biden said is to have doses available for all adults by the end of May.

Local leaders in Texas have criticized Abbott’s decision to open the state “100 percent.”

“There is no explanation for the governor’s action other than trying to distract us and the media from the failure of the state to protect us from the power outage,” Austin Mayor Steve Adler said, according to CNN, referring to the winter snowstorm that caused dozens of deaths and millions to lose power two weeks ago.

Texas is one of the few states where coronavirus cases actually have increased in recent weeks. And it’s where more than 100 immigrants recently released at the U.S.-Mexico border have tested positive for the virus since January, according to a Fox News report.

Felipe Romero, a spokesperson for Brownsville, Texas, told the news channel that the 108 positive tests account for 6.3 percent of the migrants who have been tested as they are released by the Border Patrol. He said the city cannot prevent the immigrants from traveling elsewhere in the United States, but has advised them to quarantine.

On the vaccine front, several states are expanding access as the rollout is expected to speed up significantly due to the Merck-J&J partnership.

Arizona, Connecticut and Indiana have thrown open the line to the younger age bracket, the AP reported Wednesday. Pennsylvania and Wisconsin are reserving the first doses of the new one-shot vaccine from Johnson & Johnson for teachers. And in Detroit, factory workers can get vaccinated starting this week, regardless of their age.

Teachers, school staff, bus drivers and child care workers will be eligible for vaccine shots in all states, a directive put in place by the Department of Health and Human Services. That’s a major shift for the Biden administration, which controls access to COVID-19 vaccines but previously allowed states to set their own guidelines.

Some evidence that the vaccines developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are working can be found in Los Angeles County, California, where health care workers have accounted for significantly fewer positive virus tests since they have been vaccinated, The New York Times reported.

Coronavirus numbers among Los Angeles County health care workers are down 94 percent since vaccinations became available in late November, the report found. The Golden State will also set aside 40 percent of its vaccines for low-income families, according to another report from the Times.

But what about people who test positive for the virus while in between their first and second vaccine shots. These cases are rare, but that’s exactly what happened to an Ohio woman, WBNS reported.

The woman did not have symptoms, something doctors have said could have been thanks to her getting that first dose.

“When you get a COVID-19 vaccine what it really protects you from is dying, it keeps you out of the hospital, and prevents you from having severe symptoms of COVID-19,” Dr. Joseph Gastaldo with OhioHealth told the news station.

Even as millions of people are vaccinated every day, leading health experts continue to worry about coronavirus variants, especially the one that originated in South Africa, spreading.

Chris Murray, a University of Washington disease expert, told Reuters he “couldn’t sleep” when he saw data that suggests the South Africa variant could decrease the effectiveness of the vaccines.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said I still would want to wear a mask if there was a variant out there,” even after vaccination, according to Reuters.

Also this week, the independent COVID Tracking Project said it will stop gathering data beginning March 7. The tool has given a daily total of reported hospitalizations across the country, which are now consistently below 50,000.

Hospitalizations nationwide have been on a downward trend for several weeks, standing at 46,388 as of Wednesday.
Newest Numbers

As of Thursday afternoon, the United States had reported more than 28.7 million cases and more than 518,800 deaths from COVID-19-related illnesses, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.

At least 2,492 deaths and 67,153 new cases of coronavirus were reported in the United States on Wednesday, according to a Washington Post database. The Post’s reporting shows that over the past week, new daily cases have fallen 4.5 percent, new daily deaths have fallen 5.9 percent and COVID-19-related hospitalizations have fallen 15.8 percent.

More than 107 million vaccine doses have been distributed and more than 80.5 million administered in the United States as of Thursday, according to the CDC. More than 52.8 million people have received one dose, and more than 26.9 million have received two.

As of Thursday, 21 states and U.S. territories remained above the positive testing rate recommended by the World Health Organization to safely reopen. To safely reopen, the WHO recommends states remain at 5 percent or lower for at least 14 days.

Two states, Hawaii and Oregon, have positive test rates below 1 percent.

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JPMorgan ETFs (Irlanda) ICAV: Declaración de dividendos



DUBLÍN, Irlanda, March 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

JPMorgan ETFs (Irlanda) ICAV

RE: Dividendos

Los directores de JPMorgan ETFs (Irlanda) ICAV (la “Empresa”) desean anunciar los siguientes dividendos que son ex dividendos al 11 de marzo de 2021, con fecha de registro al 12 de marzo de 2021 y fecha de pago al 7 de abril de 2021:

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Number of exercisable voting rights (2):
115 214 053

Do the Marie Brizard Wine & Spirits SA by-laws contain a clause requiring disclosure of the crossing of any statutory thresholds in addition to that relating to legal thresholds: yes.

Including treasury shares
After deduction of treasury shares




Better Collective A/S (the “Company”) has today initiated a share buyback program for up to EUR 100,000, to be executed during the period from March 4, 2021 to March 31, 2021. The purpose of the buyback program is to cover the board’s remuneration as per decision by the Annual General meeting on April 22, 2020 that 1/3 of the total remuneration payable to the board of directors is paid in shares in Better Collective A/S.

The buyback program is being initiated pursuant to the authorization granted by the shareholders at the annual general meeting held on April 22, 2020 to repurchase up to nominal 4,672,298 shares of EUR 0,01 each of the Company’s share capital in the period until the annual general meeting in 2021.

The Company has appointed Nordea as lead manager of the buyback program. Under the agreement with Nordea, Nordea will purchase shares on behalf of the Company and will make its trading decisions independently of, and without influence by the Company.

The buyback program is subject to the following terms:

The purpose of the program is to cover the Company’s obligations to pay 1/3 of the board of directors remuneration in shares in Better Collective A/S.
Acquisition of shares shall take place on Nasdaq Stockholm in compliance with the Nasdaq Stockholm Rule Book for Issuers and the Nasdaq Nordic Member Rules
The total purchases of own shares will be limited to a total market value of up to EUR 100,000
The maximum number of shares that can be bought is 4,672,298 shares of EUR 0,01 each
Execution of the buyback will take place from March 4, 2021 to March 31, 2021.
Repurchases are to be made at a per-share price within the registered interval for the going rate at any given time, which denotes the interval between the highest bid and lowest selling price. Shares shall not be purchased at a price higher than the higher of the price of the last independent trade and the highest current independent purchase bid
Payment for the shares is to be made in cash


Investor Relations: Christina Bastius Thomsen +45 2363 8844
e-mail: [email protected]

This information is such information as Better Collective A/S is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation.The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above on March 4, 2021 at 6.00 p.m. CET.


About Better Collective
Better Collective is a global sports betting media group that develops digital platforms for betting tips, bookmaker information and iGaming communities. Better Collective’s vision is to empower iGamers through innovative products and technologies and by creating transparency in the online betting market. Its portfolio of platforms and products include, the trusted home of tips from expert tipsters and in depth betting theory,, the world’s leading esports media and community focusing on competitive Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), and, a leading source for sports betting information in the US. Better Collective is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, and listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (BETCO).


Better Collective initiates share buyback program to cover board remuneration paid in shares



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