Several Ukrainian political figures who holidayed at a French ski resort have caught the coronavirus, and passed it on to others, a magazine reported Friday.At least five deputies in the Ukrainian parliament, plus a judge, have caught the “Courchevel virus” according to the Novole Vremia weekly. One of the MPs who caught the disease, Serghi Shakhov, and judge Viktoria Djarty confirmed that they had visited the Courchevel resort in the French Alps, which is very popular with Ukrainians and Russians, around March 18 which is a holiday in Ukraine.Some fellow deputies caught the virus from Shakhov upon his return from France and had to be hospitalised and quarantined, according to the magazine.Andriy Bohdan, a former head of Ukraine’s presidential administration, also took a holiday at Courchevel in March.He posted a photo of his COVID-19 test on Facebook, saying it was “negative”.Businessman Valery Khoroshkovsky, former head of the Ukraine secret service, was one of those hospitalised Ukraine authorities have cordoned off a wealthy Kiev suburb where 30 of the country’s 942 coronavirus cases have been recorded.In Russia, Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin has pointed to the Courchevel resort as a source of the virus.”Many” Muscovites have come back from the French ski resort, bringing the virus back in their suitcases,” he said in late March.Ski stations in Austria and the United States have also been hit by the virus, according to media reports. Topics :
Franklin County, In. — The Citizens Action Coalition will begin door-to-door fundraising and political outreach activities on Monday, July 23. Members will contact residents at their homes between 4 and 9 p.m.Local officials want residents to know the efforts of the group are legitimate.
Hearts coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi believes he is thriving under the pressure in the hot seat of the Phobians.The Japanese American has not been shy from the camera since joining the Phobians in October dominating the headlines for his exploits both on and off the pitch.Kenichi believes pressure is part of the job and he believes he can make the most of it to ensure his side excel on the pitch.“I am always under pressure but I am enjoying the pressure every day,” Kenichi said.“I think the pressure is always there whether we are doing bad or good. It is always there.”“My job is to just to focus on the pitch and make sure we do our best every time we are on the pitch.” “There is nothing different about it. Every game is difficult because all 15 opponents are difficult opponents.”“It is a competition so we have to do our best that we win the game.”Kenichi has gone six away matches unbeaten in the league.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports