LOUISVILLE, KY – OCTOBER 22: Lamar Jackson #8 of the Louisville Cardinals throws a pass during the game against the North Carolina State Wolfpack at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium on October 22, 2016 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)Snoop Dogg, who remains the best thing ever, sported a Lamar Jackson jersey on Monday night at a concert in Louisville.In a year that has been nothing but one long, planet-wide, existential crisis spread out over 365 days, most of us have been left disillusioned and disappointed by all that 2016 brought to the table. However, there might be one beacon of hope left in this dark, bleak world, and that person is Snoop Dogg, who, throughout it all, remains the best thing this world has to offer. On Monday, he rocked a Lamar Jackson jersey during his concert, and the crowd—along with Twitter—loved it.Only Snoop can make the most awkward selfie look cool:https://t.co/fxBtdnASJF pic.twitter.com/UbdyX1BfUb— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) December 20, [email protected] reps @Lj_era8 jersey onstage tonight in Louisville. @CardChronicle pic.twitter.com/wLEVtJjoE3— Chris Tingley (@Tingz77) December 20, 2016Snoop Dogg sporting a Lamar Jackson jersey pic.twitter.com/QnBUNOMaXz— Micheal Compton (@mcompton428) December 20, 2016When Snoop rolls out wearing that Lamar Jackson shirt! pic.twitter.com/nwDd3vJTYK— Chris Stubbs (@Chris1Stubbs) December 20, 2016Those other guys can have Drake. pic.twitter.com/EuF5fOIORJ— TBG (@ThatBoysGood) December 20, 2016It’s well-known that Snoop is a huge football guy and a big Pittsburgh Steelers fan, and he’s clearly a fan of this year’s Heisman Trophy winner. That’s some serious admiration! Snoop isn’t going to rock someone’s jersey onstage if he doesn’t respect them.Subsequently, Lamar Jackson took notice, and returned the love on Twitter.Salute @SnoopDogg ?? https://t.co/O9S8sJEyVG— Lamar Jackson (@Lj_era8) December 20, 2016I really hope they become friends, I would absolutely pay to see Snoop Dogg and Lamar Jackson star in a buddy-cop movie.
Nova Scotia continues to experience H1N1 activity across the province. Since the beginning of the 2009-10 influenza season, which runs from September 2009 to September 2010, the province has had: 720 lab-confirmed H1N1 cases 205 hospitalizations for H1N1 four H1N1-related deaths For the week of Nov. 15 to Nov. 21, there were 28 new hospitalizations of people with lab-confirmed H1N1. “I cannot stress enough the seriousness of H1N1, and the need to get vaccinated,” said Dr. Robert Strang, chief public health officer. “Everyone is at some risk of getting H1N1, and we are seeing otherwise healthy people come down with severe and debilitating illness. But it can be prevented safely and easily by getting immunized.” Other highlights include: The province publishes a report on respiratory illnesses, including H1N1, every Wednesday. It can be found at www.gov.ns.ca/hpp/h1n1/flu-activity.asp . Dr. Ken Buchholz, senior physician advisor for the Department of Health, says many district health authorities have closed or are about to close their flu assessment centres because of the declining number of people seeking care for flu symptoms. “While we are seeing a decrease in flu activity, which is reflected in the number of people going to emergency rooms and flu assessment centres with flu-like symptoms, we continue to see people who are severely ill, and who need to be hospitalized and even ventilated due to complications from the flu,” said Dr. Buchholz. Districts will continue to closely monitor visits to emergency rooms for flu symptoms, and re-open centres if they are needed. Healthlink 811, Nova Scotia’s 24-hour telecare service continues to experience a high volume of calls, with more than 9,500 calls for the week of Nov. 15-21. The website, www.nshealthlink811.ca ,had more than 1,778 visits. The percentage of emergency room visits with influenza-like illness has decreased to 15 per cent from 24 per cent, from Nov. 8 to Nov. 14. The percentage of patients with influenza-like illness has decreased to four per cent from 11 per cent, as reported by physicians around the province.