Confusion over how the virus is transmitted was reignited last week when the CDC edited the “How COVID 19 Spreads” page on their COVID 19 website to mention contaminated surfaces and objects under a new heading entitled, “The virus does not spread easily in other ways.”Israel police kill Palestinian they mistakenly thought was armedIsraeli police in annexed east Jerusalem on Saturday shot dead a disabled Palestinian they mistakenly thought was armed with a pistol, prompting furious condemnation from the Palestinians. The incident happened in the alleys of the walled Old City near Lions Gate, an access point mainly used by Palestinians. “Police units on patrol there spotted a suspect with a suspicious object that looked like a pistol,” an Israeli police statement said.

Old Smith Burying GroundThe Old Smith Burying Ground is also known as Anderson Cemetery or Smith Anderson Cemetery. It is located in Cumberland County at the end of a long dirt road across the road from the Parson Smith Homestead on River Road in Windham. There are roughly 600 interments here dating back to the early 1700s..

Pictured above 20 Broc Tickle, 1 Ryan Dungey, 2 Ryan VillapotoThis Saturday nite in Anaheim starts the new 2011 season of Supercross am super pumped! I became a big fan last year after photographing a few Motocross races and this Supercross event in Houston. If you have the Speed Channel in at 9 PM eastern time Saturday for the first race of the season. Above is my fav rider and defending champ Dungey.

You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeAn East Kilbride chef furloughed because of the coronavirus pandemic has turned to the Internet to continue his passion.Something that started out as a bit of family fun for David Jamieson and daughter, Amber, The Lockdown Chef is now a weekly live broadcast.And the former head chef at Crutherland House Hotel says he is having a great time sharing recipes and tips with his viewers.Dave, from Greenhills, told the News: “I’ve been a chef for 23 years now and I still love my job I’ve such a passion for it.”I got into it because of my late gran she did loads of home baking and cooking for charities. I also learned from my mum and I quickly got the cooking bug.”Amber started this for fun and we are doing live videos on a Friday at 5pm and a Sunday at 1pm via our Facebook page, The lockdown chef.”We also post recipes, dishes, tips etc. And now have over 300 followers from around the world, which is just crazy.”Not only has cooking given Dave a career and a passion, but it has given him a family, meeting his wife Alida through the hospitality industry.Married for 17 years, they also have a son Liam, eight, who has autism.