Genk spy head does not make the best turn in terms of compliance with mouth mask obligation – Voetbalnieuws

While the corona rules are properly followed in most stadiums, there are also exceptions. For example, it was not too corona-proof in Charleroi on Friday, but Genk’s spy head did not make the best turn either.

In the other subjects everyone sat nicely with a mouth mask on, but in the spy head they were scarce or they were worn under the chin. Only a small percentage kept the mask on. There was also not much talk of social distancing.

WWE could make a change in Clash of Champions fight

WWE Clash of Champions is coming up on September 27. The WWE title match is currently scheduled to be Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton in an ambulance fight, but those plans can always change.


During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer pointed out that WWE will likely insert Keith Lee into the WWE title match at Clash of Champions. If Lee can defeat Drew McIntyre on RAW this week in a non-title match, then he will be in contention for the championship.

Meltzer reports that the idea is that Randy Orton will have something to do with Keith Lee defeating McIntyre on Raw.

If Lee is inserted into the Clash of Champions title match, that could make a lot of sense, as it appears that WWE is grooming Drew McIntyre to lose the WWE title.


A triple threat match gives the champion a great opportunity to lose their title and not be the loser, especially with the stipulation that it is an ambulance match where there are not many rules to worry about.

the social tariff for electricity and gas up sharply on October 1

We recently revealed to you that the number of customers protected in terms of energy (electricity and gas) continued to increase. And even to explode in Wallonia. They are nearly 185,000 for electricity and well over 90,000 for gas. These protected customers benefit from what is called the social tariff, which reduces the bill by up to 42% for electricity and 46% for gas.

►A bad surprise for these customers: prices will increase sharply on October 1st.



These rates are now reviewed every three months, instead of six months before.

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Bad weather in the south of France. Heavy rain in Greece, 2 dead – Europe

A motorist is missing in the Gard district, in the south of France, where torrential rains of exceptional intensity hit the Cévennes chain during the night, causing floods. Meteorologists estimate that 450 millimeters of water fell in a couple of hours. In the area the waterways, including the Gardon and Anduze rivers, have swollen and other smaller ones are flooded. Several closed roads and several hundred people were evacuated from the risk areas and taken to safe places.

Two people have died and a third is missing in the Central Greece due to heavy rains that flooded the region. According to Kathimerini online, the victims are a woman found dead in her home in the city of Farsala, in the Thessaly region, and a 63-year-old farmer dragged by water in the city of Karditsa. A woman who was traveling in her car is missing. Several buildings were damaged due to the overflow of rivers. The rains, which fell overnight, also disrupted rail services linking northern and southern Greece, rail service operator Trainose said.

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