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China muzzled its Bat Woman: Beijing authorities hushed up the findings of a scientist who unlocked the genetic make-up of the coronavirus within days of the outbreak – which is vital for tests and vaccines

 A Chinese scientist who is the one of the world’s leading experts on coronaviruses was ‘muzzled’ after unraveling the genetic composition of the new disease, which is crucial for developing diagnostic tests and vaccines.

The revelation will fuel fresh concerns over China’s cover-up of the pandemic after it erupted in the city of Wuhan. Critics argue that Communist Party chiefs frustrated efforts to contain the outbreak before it exploded around the world. 

At the centre of the new claims is Shi Zhengli, known as China’s ‘Bat Woman’ after years spent on difficult virus-hunting expeditions in dank caves that have led to a series of important scientific discoveries. 

The virologist was called back to her highsecurity laboratory in Wuhan at the end of last year after a mysterious new respiratory condition in the city was identified as a novel coronavirus – and within three days she completed its gene sequencing.

A virology lab like the one Shi Zhengli completed the gene sequencing of the coronavirus

Her team’s work, and several other breakthroughs in subsequent days, indicated the virus was linked to horseshoe bats found more than 1,000 miles away in Yunnan, a region of southern China. 

Their findings showed it was similar to SARS, a respiratory disease that sparked an epidemic in 33 countries after emerging from China in 2002. 

Gao Yu, a Chinese journalist freed last week after 76 days of lockdown in Wuhan, said he spoke to Shi during his incarceration and revealed: ‘We learned later her institute finished gene-sequencing and related tests as early as January 2 but was muzzled.’ 

She warned, according to a leak on social media confirmed by activists and Hong Kong media, that ‘inappropriate and inaccurate information’was causing ‘general panic’ – thought to refer to eight whistle-blowing doctors whose warnings to local citizens had led to their arrest. 

Wang said the National Health Commission ‘unequivocally requires that any tests, clinical data, test results, conclusions related to the epidemic shall not be posted on social media platforms, nor shall be disclosed to any media outlets including government official media, nor shall be disclosed to partner institutions.’ 

Eight days later, a team led by a professor in Shanghai who received samples from an infected patient, published a genome sequence on an open access platform. 

His laboratory was closed for ‘rectification’ two days later. 

Shi Zhengli is known as China’s ‘Bat Woman’ after years spent on difficult virus-hunting expeditions in dank caves that have led to a series of important scientific discoveries

At the time, the public was being told that no new cases had been reported in Wuhan for more than a week and there was no clear evidence of human transmission, although dozens of health workers were starting to fall ill with the disease. 

In an online lecture last month, Shi Zhengli said her team found on January 14 that the new virus could infect people – six days before this fact was revealed by China. 

On the same day, the World Health Organisation issued a tweet backing China’s denials of human transmissions. 

Shi’s team released its data identifying the disease on January 23 on a scientific portal before publication the next month by the journal Nature. 

It said the genomic sequence was 96 per cent identical to another virus they found in horseshoe bats in Yunnan. 

Shi is a specialist in emerging diseases and has earned global acclaim for work investigating links between bats and coronaviruses, aided by expeditions to collect samples and swabs in the fetid cave networks of southern China. 

She was a key part of the team that traced SARS to horseshoe bats through civets, a cat-like creature often eaten in China. 

Oscars ratings hit all time low with only 23.6million tuning in to watch ‘woke snoozefest’ — which is six million LESS than last year

  • The Oscars audience shrank by six million, bringing in just 23.6million on Sunday
  • It also received a poor rating of only 5.3, down from 7.7 last year 
  • Viewers called the show boring and hated the ‘self-righteous’ speeches from celebrities while they accepted their speeches
  • There was also no host for the second year in a row 
  • The show was produced by Lynette Howell Taylor and Stephanie Allain
  • Allain is a staunch democrat and frequently posts on social media about abortion and women’s rights 

Published: 19:11 BST, 10 February 2020 | Updated: 22:39 BST, 10 February 2020

The Oscars drew just 23million viewers on Sunday night, six million fewer than it did last year. 

A total of 23.6million tuned in to watch the show on ABC and it got a rating of 5.3 rating among adults 18-49, according to The Hollywood Reporter. 

That is a significant decrease in rating from last year, when 29.56million tuned in and the rating was 7.7. 

It was the first time producers Stephanie Allain and Lynette Howell Taylor were in charge of the show. For the second year running, there was no host. 

Steve Martin and Chris Rock present the first award at the 92nd Academy Awards  

Producers Lynette Howell Taylor (left) and Stephanie Allain (right)  were in charge of the event for the first time 

Before the event, they said they would have to ‘roll with whatever’ came their way.  

They did say that they wanted to appeal to ‘a global audience’. 

‘Lynette and I have always embraced diversity and inclusion in our work and we already had plans before the nominations were announced to celebrate that, so I think you’ll see that in the presenters and performers,’ Allain said at a press conference last week.

Beyond that, they said they wanted people to be ‘surprised’. 

One of the biggest surprises of the night was Eminem’s shock performance. 

Many in the audience were thrilled with his unexpected return to the stage, while some — namely Martin Scorsese — seemed utterly perplexed by it. 

The show’s producers said afterwards that they were glad they were able to keep it a secret. 

Allain, left, and Howell Taylor, right, at Sunday night’s Oscars working backstage

Allain is a staunch Democrat who posts frequently about her political leanings 

‘So we reached out to see if that was something he might want to be involved in. He said yes.

‘We’ve been holding onto it for a while. It was nice that we surprised people — we don’t usually get to surprise anybody in this day and age,’ she said. 

Howell Taylor is relatively unpolitical on social media. 

She declares interest in causes like promoting women in film, but largely balances posts about her work project with photographs of her children.

Allain, on the other hand, is proudly ‘woke’ and liberal. 

She often posts pro-choice memes and quotes, and has shared photographs from women’s marches in the past.  

Ricky Gervais, a former host of the Oscars, said this on Twitter on Monday morning 

Viewers were unimpressed with Sunday night’s show, which they said was full of ‘woke’ celebrities 

Viewers were nauseated by the number of celebrities who used their acceptance speeches as an opportunity to make a political statement. 

Joaquin Phoenix talked about how mankind ‘plundered nature’s resources’ and complained about the artificial insemination of cows. 

Brad Pitt complained about the recent impeachment trial and how former national security adviser John Bolton was not allowed to testify at it.

While their complaints were the most memorable, there were plenty others. 

Documentary filmmaker Julia Reichert made a Marxist call ‘workers of the world’ to ‘unite’. 

Jane Fonda made a statement about waste and Sigourney Weaver said ‘all women are superheroes’. 

Many viewers called the stars ‘hypocrites’. 

The Oscars’ ratings has been in decline in recent years. Last year’s was the first time in years that the viewer numbers went up. 

NBA FINALS: LeBron James is desperate to win the Lakers a first championship in a decade, months after Kobe Bryant’s tragic helicopter crash… but the four-time MVP must beat Miami Heat — the side he first took to glory — to do it

LeBron James’ (left) Los Angeles Lakers will take on the King’s former side in the Miami Heat (bottom right) and while those from LA go into the seven-game series as heavy favourites, the underdog Heat have relished being written off. It has been a particularly trying year for the Lakers, along with the rest of the NBA, with the death of franchise icon Kobe Bryant (top right) in a helicopter crash in January. Bryant’s death, alongside daughter and future WNBA star Gianna, has left an indelible mark and has been an added motivation for the squad to win the championship as a tribute to one of the Lakers’ all-time greats. For the Heat nobody predicted them to go the distance. They came through a well-drilled Indiana Pacers team, a Milwaukee Bucks squad with the best record in the NBA and an exciting Boston Celtics team to get this far. Sportsmail breaks down the key areas of the NBA Finals, who to keep an eye on and why it is time to simply appreciate the body of LeBron’s work after 17 years in the NBA.

Arsenal and Chelsea need midfield steel, United want to boost their attack, Spurs are after a centre-back and West Ham want additions in FIVE positions! This is who EVERY boss is chasing before the transfer deadline

The clock is quickly ticking down to Monday night’s transfer deadline and the vast majority of Premier League clubs still urgently need reinforcements. It’s time for action at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United (left) as they chase a right-sided winger and greater defensive strength. At Chelsea, Frank Lampard (third left) is short in defence and midfield, while Pep Guardiola (second right) may still bring in a left-back. Leeds United are getting there with Marcelo Bielsa (right) getting a midfielder in Michael Cuisance, but a winger is still a possibility. Scott Parker (third right) needs defenders after they shipped 10 goals in three games, while David Moyes and West Ham (second left) are searching for players in five different positions. Only Jurgen Klopp’s (centre) Liverpool and Newcastle are satisfied with their squads as we approach the final countdown. 

Sgt Ratana murder suspect ‘was caught in school with an air gun’ as pictures emerge of him posing with a 5ft medieval SWORD after school friends said he was ‘good with weapons’

Alleged gunman Louis De Zoysa, 23, remains in a critical condition after apparently blasting himself during a tussle with officers after Sgt Ratana was hit in the heart in the Croydon police station. These images of De Zoysa posing with a 5ft medieval sword emerged after claims from friends in his school leavers’ book that he was ‘good with weapons’. And it came as further details were revealed about his life yesterday. One former classmate has claimed De Zoysa was caught with an air gun at school and would also surf the dark web and had an ‘anti-establishment attitude’. He excelled at the Catholic John Fisher School in Purley, south London, before studying mechanical engineering at University College London — where these images of him with the blade and shield were taken in 2017. Friends said he was very intelligent but dropped out after just a year.

‘I think only Twitter can take people off Twitter’: Gary Lineker LAUGHS in face of BBC boss Tim Davie after he warned he will strip stars of their social media accounts if they breach impartiality rules

Gary Lineker (right) today publicly laughed at his new boss Tim Davie’s (left) plans to suspend BBC employees’ Twitter accounts if they breach impartiality guidelines. Mr Davie, who has been the BBC’s director-general for less than a month, told MPs that the ‘imminent’ rules would cover those in news, current affairs and beyond — and singled out the £1.35million-a-year star’s’ ‘flavoursome turn of phrase’ online. The new measures will no doubt have an impact on the Match of the Day presenter’s often politically-charged Twitter feed, but he responded to today’s announcement with three laughing emojis (centre), adding: ‘I think only Twitter can take people off Twitter.’ Mr Davie also spoke about issues facing the BBC, such as its cost-cutting plans and the impact of the proposed decriminalisation of the non-payment of the licence fee. And he defended Zoe Ball’s salary, recently revealed to be £1.36million in 2019/20, and the BBC’s record of reporting across the whole of the UK instead of just England.

PETE JENSON: Ousmane Dembele has a reputation for loving video games and partying more than football… he’s a rare talent but do Manchester United REALLY want to take a risk on him?

PETE JENSON IN SPAIN:- If Manchester United go through with the loan signing of Ousmane Dembele (pictured in action last weekend, bottom right), they’ll be acquiring a player whose speed and two-footed talent make him unplayable when he is at his best. But they would also be getting someone whose dreadful luck with injuries (bottom left) make him a massive gamble. United need a forward and Barcelona have a surplus, including Antoine Griezmann (centre, with Dembele, and top right). Dembele is the one they would be happiest to lose — his three years at the club have so far have been a financial embarrassment for them and an endless slog of set-backs for him.

Save Money by Knowing Lotto Numbers to Avoid

Lotto players who select their lottery numbers thoughtlessly or foolishly are destined to lose even before the drawing takes place.
By knowing which number combinations and patterns to avoid, you’ll have an advantage over such players—and save money, too.

AVOID NUMBER COMBINATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN DRAWN BEFORE

Many players like to bet the numbers that have won someone else a big jackpot, and
by doing so, they are almost guaranteed NOT to win one themselves. In Daily Million,
with seven drawings a week, a set of 6 numbers has a chance of being drawn once
every 8,939 years!!! This should also answer the question we are so often asked,
«Shouldn’t I keep playing the same set of numbers every week because they are due
to hit sometime?»

AVOID BETTING SIX CONSECUTIVE LOTTO NUMBERS

Six consecutive numbers have never been drawn in any state or international lotto game.
Smart Luck has all the drawing results for more than 190 state and international lottery games, going back more than fifty years!
Even five consecutive numbers is a very rare occurrence that, in most Lotto games, has never happened once.

AVOID BETTING ONE LOTTO NUMBER GROUP

Never choose all six numbers from one number group, such as all single digits, or
all teens, or all 20’s, etc. All six winning numbers drawn from one group is
highly unlikely.

AVOID THE LOTTO COMBINATION 1-2-3-4-5-6

The most popular set of numbers most often played is: 1-2-3-4-5-6. Thousands of
tickets are bought with this combination every drawing. The selection
is too far out of balance to come up in a random drawing.

AVOID PATTERN BETTING

Pattern betting
is an even more popular method of marking bet slips. Patterns of
numbers marked in a row to make a straight line, either across the bet slip
vertically or diagonally get heavy play—which means having to split the prize with
others if your numbers win the game. Other designs such as patterns of
initials or numbers or crosses also get heavy play.

AVOID NUMBER MULTIPLES

Other popular combinations that get heavy play are the number multiples, especially
5-10-15-20-25-30 and 7-14-21-28-35-42.

AVOID ALL SAME LAST DIGITS

Many people want to pick their lotto numbers with a single last digit, such as 3-13-23-33-43,
or all numbers that
end in seven, or another favorite lucky lottery number. Even four numbers with the same last digit occur
in less than two-tenths of one percent of all drawings. Winning lotto tickets with
three last digits the same occur in less than 3 percent of all drawings. Winning sets
of numbers with no more than one repeated last digit represent nearly 90 percent of all
drawings.

AVOID LOW NUMBER COMBINATIONS

The majority of Lotto players like to play the calendar numbers, such as birth
dates and anniversaries—and their children’s ages. This means that the most
heavily played numbers are 1 through 31. Daily Million has 39 numbers. If you play
only the calendar numbers, you might be sharing your jackpot with dozens of other
winners. It’s not to say that you shouldn’t play your personal numbers if you feel these lucky numbers are good to play. But we recommend that you include a couple of high
numbers so that just in case your numbers do hit, you win a prize that’s worth
something.

NIX LOTTO QUICK PICKS

Quick Picks are used by lazy people who want to be in the action without putting
any effort into winning. When you read articles about jackpot winners, it appears
as though they all used either Quick Picks, birth dates, or their children’s ages.
The vast majority of people do play that way. If the majority of tickets sold are
Quick Picks, then it makes sense that the majority of jackpots won should be won
with Quick Picks. However, when you see the actual lotto statistics, as Gail Howard did, you’ll find that you have
a better chance of winning by picking numbers randomly out of a hat than by using
Quick Picks.

How to Get Lucky in Lotto

CASH IN ON THE LUCK OF OTHERS

When you form a Lotto pool, your group is also pooling its aggregate luck. A
jackpot could happen because of the luck just one member brings to your pool.
Select your partners carefully. Share your luck with winners, not losers. Avoid
negative people. Not only are they unlucky, but they dampen enthusiasm and drain
energy from others. You want to enhance your own luck, not dilute its strength. One
quick way to tell winners from losers is simply to ask them: «Do you think you
are a lucky person?» Many people quickly admit, «I’m unlucky. I never win
anything.» They won’t bring good luck to your group either.

CASH IN ON A POSITIVE ATTITUDE

No one should play games of chance out of desperation because they need a
fast cash payout. The needy have a greater fear of losing the hard-earned money they gamble
with. It is just one of life’s dirty tricks that the very fear of losing blocks the
winning forces. Thoughts are charged with energy, especially when triggered by
emotion. Fear attracts exactly that which one fears. A strong desire for a goal
that is charged with positive energy, attracts a positive response, especially when
every effort is made to attain that goal.

Roma make last-ditch £13.5m offer to sign Manchester United defender Chris Smalling… with centre back facing season on the sidelines under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should he not secure return to Italy

ALVISE CAGNAZZO IN ITALY: Smalling, who has been at Old Trafford since 2010, spent the 2019-20 campaign on loan to the Serie A club (left) and impressed in the Italian capital, making 37 appearances in all competitions. Roma have been pursuing a centre back all summer and Smalling, 30, remains their number one target and their latest offer of £10.9m (€12m) plus £2.7m (€3m) in add-ons is currently being considered. United are open to selling Smalling, who is not part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first-team plans at Old Trafford and faces a season on the sidelines should he not secure a move away in the coming days.

Just what the doctor ordered! ROBERT HARDMAN examines new Covid-19 testing machines after Mail Force charity donates £1m in lab equipment to keep hospital staff safe

ROBERT HARDMAN: To the untrained eye, it could be a photocopier with a few plastic trays on top. Except that you need to wear a gown, mask and gloves and enter a secure zone via two pressurised doors to access this particular piece of dull grey machinery (pictured main and bottom right). Covid-19 may be hell-bent on giving us a miserable autumn followed by a non-existent Christmas. But here at Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool (pictured inset), staff are determined to keep things as normal as possible as the nights start to close in and the wards enter what one doctor calls ‘the business months’. And that, in turn, is entirely dependent on a fast, accurate system of testing (pictured top right) — not just for Covid-19 but for all respiratory viruses; and not just for patients but, just as importantly, for staff and those who live with them.

‘Adidas are making me a new boot… until then, I play like this!’: Erik Lamela reveals a ‘problem’ with his right foot forced him to wear two DIFFERENT boots in Carabao Cup shootout win against Chelsea

Erik Lamela left fans scratching their heads as he took to the pitch in two different boots against Chelsea on Tuesday — only to reveal it is because adidas’ specially-made boot is yet to arrive. The Argentine produced a major contribution in the Carabao Cup win with the equalising goal to force a penalty shootout, which Tottenham won. The Tottenham winger sported the 2012 Adizero f50 boot on his right foot (inset, right) while opting for the 2019 adidas Copa 19.1 (inset, left) in blue on his left. The 2012 pair is difficult to get hold of but owners have sold them for a price in the region of £150. The 2019 adidas Copa 19.1 come in somewhere around £100.

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Daily Million Results History

Below is the list of Daily Million results history, Daily Million Plus results history for last 30 draws:

Draw Date Lotto Game Winning Numbers Draw Details
30 Sep, 2020 Wed Daily Million 2:00pm Results 11
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30 Sep, 2020 Wed Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 16
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29 Sep, 2020 Tue Daily Million 9:00pm Results 3
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29 Sep, 2020 Tue Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 12
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28 Sep, 2020 Mon Daily Million 2:00pm Results 1
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28 Sep, 2020 Mon Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 2
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28 Sep, 2020 Mon Daily Million 9:00pm Results 1
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28 Sep, 2020 Mon Daily Million Plus 9:00pm Results 8
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27 Sep, 2020 Sun Daily Million 2:00pm Results 17
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27 Sep, 2020 Sun Daily Million Plus 2:00pm Results 2
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‘He turned pro in the same year I had my first amateur fight!’ Anthony Joshua believes Tyson Fury has not ‘progressed as quickly as him’ at heavyweight level… as they prepare for huge unification fight next year

Joshua (main) and Fury (inset, top-right) have a two-fight ‘financial agreement’ in place for next year provided they can overcome bouts before that, with Joshua set to face mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev before the year is out and Fury needing to beat Deontay Wilder in a trilogy fight. The Gypsy King, at 32, is 14 months older than AJ but with the pair on a collision course to decide the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, Joshua decided to put both of their careers in perspective. Joshua, 30, first fought professionally in October 2013, having won gold at the 2012 Olympics in London, while Fury fought professionally for the first time in December 2008.

Honour viewers are reduced to tears as slaughtered Banaz Mahmod’s father and uncle are found guilty of her murder in finale of ‘chilling’ ITV drama

Honour viewers were left in tears tonight after Banaz Mahmod’s family members were found guilty of her murder in the chilling final episode of ITV’s new two-part drama. Many expressed their horror when the tortured body of the 20-year Iraqi-Kurdish woman from south London was discovered stuffed inside a suitcase buried in a Birmingham garden (pictured left: Keeley Hawes as DCI Caroline Goode at the crime scene). And viewers took to Twitter in their droves to ‘thank God’ the men responsible (right) were brought to justice, with one tweeting: ‘It’s not often a drama reduces me to tears but this one has, what an absolutely heartbreaking and utterly shocking event that took place (inset).’ In tonight’s concluding episode, Banaz’s father Mahmod Mahmod and uncle Ari Mahmod were convicted of her murder after she fell in love with a man of her own choosing and who her family disapproved of — Kurdish immigrant Rahmat Sulemani (played by Moe Bar-El) — who committed suicide 10 years after the court verdict.

‘It’s appalling!’: Gary Neville blasts Man Utd for being left behind by rivals in the ‘easiest’ transfer market yet, insisting they need a centre back, left back and a striker before window shuts

Gary Neville (left) has taken a swipe at former club Manchester United and has described their inability to make signings this summer as ‘appalling’ in comparison to their top six rivals. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (middle) has made one acquisition since the end of the extended 2019-20 season with Dutch midfielder Donny van de Beek joining from Ajax. But Neville, who played for United between 1992 and 2011, insists this is the ‘easiest’ transfer market in Premier League history to get deals done and yet United are still being caught cold. Vice-chairman Ed Woodward (right) now faces a race against time to get any new arrivals in with six days left for Premier League clubs to do business.  

The BAD girls! Judge brands teenage tearaways ‘disgusting humans’ for terrorising their town and drunkenly brawling with police as he bans pair with 41 convictions between them from leaving home after dark

Emma Beaumont (left, with her daughter), of Cheadle Hume, Stockport, admitted that her daughter, Charlie (left, top inset, bottom inset), 19, was a nightmare in the past but insisted she is now on the ‘straight and narrow’ and has a job. Charlie has racked up 11 convictions for public order matters and assaults on police alongside her friend Jamie Leigh Perkins (right and bottom inset), 20. During the latest violence, which happened in September last year, Beaumont assaulted a police officer and screamed: ‘you fat c**t, you’re a sl*g, I’m going to headbutt you’ while Perkins tried to bite them.

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