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The Saskatchewan Health Authority has increased the indoor visiting restrictions at the long-term care facility in Goodsoil, Sask., due to increased COVID-19 exposure in the northern Saskatchewan village. The SHA warned the public Saturday that there was an increased exposure risk at the Bender Bar & Grill in Goodsoil on April 2. Anyone who visited the business that day must self-isolate and arrange a COVID-19 test, regardless of symptoms, the health authority says. In response to the increased risk COVID-19 in Goodsoil, located just over 300 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon, the SHA has tightened indoor visiting restrictions at the village's long-term care facility to Level 3 — end-of-life reasons only. People can visit indoors if a resident is in palliative care, or if they are in hospice care but are at high risk of losing their life, suffered a sudden shift in their condition or are unlikely to leave hospital. The health authority notes there may be other circumstances for indoor visitation. Under Level 3 conditions, one person may be designated as an essential support person to help with their resident's care, such as mobility and nutrition. But the facility's care team has to approve the designation. The new restrictions do not affect outdoor visitation at this time, the health authority says. More from CBC News:
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CLEVELAND — Miguel Cabrera's sweet, powerful swing hasn't been the same this season. Now it's clear why. Cabrera has been dealing with soreness in his left biceps, and the Detroit Tigers decided to put the All-Star slugger on the 10-day disabled list Sunday to undergo testing and find out exactly what's wrong with one of baseball's best hitters. Cabrera, who is closing in on 500 career home runs and other milestones, played first base in Saturday's 11-3 loss to the Indians. He went 0 for 3 at the plate, and manager A.J. Hinch said Cabrera felt his biceps “grab” during an at-bat in the seventh inning. Hinch could tell Cabrera was altering his swing — he isn't releasing one hand on his follow-through — and felt it was time to shut him down before the injury worsened. “I told him after the game I don’t want him to keep fighting it and get it checked out and put him on the injured list to make sure we nip this pretty early,” Hinch said. The two-time AL MVP will undergo further evaluation and tests Sunday in Cleveland. The Tigers will consult with their doctors in Detroit. At this point, Hinch said the plan is for Cabrera to remain with the team on the road and travel to Houston. A four-time batting champion, the 37-year-old Cabrera is off to a slow start in 2021. He is batting just .125 (3 for 24) with one homer and three RBIs in seven games. Hinch is understandably concerned about Cabrera's injury, but he's not going to overreact until the team gets more information. “I don’t like that he altered his swing in order to compensate for it," Hinch said. “That bothered me and got me over the edge last night to have him not battle through soreness. He wasn’t in a tremendous amount of pain, but we’ve got to find some answers to why it was hindering his confidence and his comfort.” "I’m concerned when you put a guy on the injured list like this, but I don’t know how to diagnose it other than to give him some rest opportunities and then have our doctors tell me what they think after a further and deeper evaluation.” Cabrera has 2,869 career hits and needs four more to tie Babe Ruth for 45th place on the career list. He's likely to climb up other lists before he's done playing. While his pitchers won't have to face the dangerous Cabrera, Indians manager Terry Francona was sorry to hear about the injury. “You never want to see anybody injured,” Francona said. “Hopefully it’s not something that keeps him out for a while. Because I looked up at the board at some of those names he’s tracking down, they’re pretty good names. When you start putting Babe Ruth and names like that, that’s pretty impressive.” To replace Cabrera, the Tigers selected the contract of infielder Renato Nunez. Cabrera's injury is the second significant one for the Tigers this weekend. On Saturday, starter Julio Teheran was placed on the injured list with a shoulder strain that could sideline him for months. Detroit moved him to the 60-day injured list Sunday, partly due to learning more about the injury in the past 24 hours. “It kind of grew as we got more and more information," Hinch said. The injuries will challenge the Tigers, but Hinch won't let them turn into excuses for his club. “This has not been a great week for us. But if your chin is already down and you’re already defeated after eight games, then that’s a problem,” he said. "I’m not going to ride the roller coaster of it and expect our team to. We need to do things better. We got a lot of areas of improvement. We’ve been hit with the injury bug this week and that doesn’t feel great. "It’s our reality. I don’t anticipate any negative vibe or sad attitude or anything like that.” ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Tom Withers, The Associated Press
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HONOLULU — An armed man who barricaded himself inside a hotel room at a resort in Honolulu and fired shots through the door was still in a standoff with police Sunday morning. No one was hurt in the gunfire late Saturday at The Kahala Hotel & Resort, Honolulu police Capt. Brian Lynch told news outlets. The luxury resort said in a statement that hotel security and law enforcement evacuated the area around the room. “Everybody is accounted for,” Lynch said. “We’re just waiting for the suspect to give up.” Shots were fired at around 6 p.m., according to police. Hotel security staff went up to the room where the man was located and knocked on the door. He then fired through the door multiple times, police said. Authorities have not released any details about the events leading up to the stand-off. Police believe the man is in the military. Photos and videos shared by local media showed about 100 people locked down in the hotel’s ballroom. Displaced guests were provided with food, blankets and pillows. Hours after the standoff began, guests sheltering in place were allowed to leave. Images from outside the resort showed a large police presence, including a SWAT team. Kahala resident Yevgeniy Lendel told Hawaii News Now he was walking in the area when officers rushed to the scene. “The cops told everyone to run and shelter,” he told the TV station. “We ran away from the hotel.” The standoff occurred during what had seemed to be a quiet evening at the resort. Visitors and locals were eating at beach-side restaurants and taking in the sights. Honolulu resident Rex Jakobovits said he was strolling on the beach when he was told by police to get into the hotel's ballroom. He told Hawaii News Now that when he got inside, people were frightened. Some were crying. However, Jakobovits said the mood eventually calmed after officers were posted outside the doors. The Associated Press
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