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  2. Stefon Diggs Trade: The Buffalo Bills just added the best 2020, 4:24 PM Scroll back up to restore default view. Just over one year ago the Buffalo Bills seemingly made a trade to acquire Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers late in the night. What followed was an all-time hilarious hour on Football Twitter culminating in the revelation Brown was not going to allow a trade to Buffalo. In 2020, however, the Bills actually pulled off the splash move. Over 365 days late, we can finally write the headline that would have made complete sense had it published last March: “The Buffalo Bills just traded for the best route-runner in the NFL.” Obviously, the Bills did not try to re-do the Antonio Brown deal. This time around the Bills struck a deal with the Minnesota Vikings for wide receiver Stefon Diggs. Before last year, Brown had long held the title of “best route-runner in the NFL” for me. Given all that went on with him in 2019, it’s hard to remember that he was once a feel-good underdog story. The primary reason that Brown rose from the ranks of being a mere sixth-round pick all the way to the highest seat on the pantheon of NFL receivers was his extreme dedication to mastering the craft of route-running. From 2014 to 2018 there was truly no one as good as Brown at running routes and creating separation. Now that Brown has left the NFL scene — if not forever then surely to a degree that we cannot confidently gauge where he is as a technician right now — Stefon Diggs ranks No. 1 on the best route-runners’ list. We can confidently state this based on the data below: Note: Just so we’re clear, the only other three players I can accept in disagreement would be Keenan Allen, Michael Thomas, and Davante Adams. I’d have grouped Odell Beckham in this collection prior to 2019 but health severely compromised his output with the Browns. You are wasting your time if you suggest anyone else. Much like Brown, Diggs has ascended from being a Day 3 draft pick to an established star by mastering the route tree. Diggs separates at all areas of the field, releases from the line of scrimmage against press with ease and makes cornerbacks look downright foolish all too often. He is a true No. 1 receiver — full-stop. The kind of wide receiver that dictates coverages and can break a game in just one play. Diggs doesn’t have weaknesses because even when you do cover him, he excels at winning contested passes. The fallout of the Stefon Diggs trade Stefon Diggs is exactly the kind of player you trade a first-round pick (and change) to acquire. It’s a great deal for the contending Bills. The wide receiver corps was in shambles just a couple years ago. Now the team has a true No. 1 wideout in tow. He’ll join another pristine separator in John Brown who is coming off the best season of his career and a reliable slot receiver in Cole Beasley. The combo of Diggs and Brown is suddenly one of the best duos in the league. Taking a debilitating weakness and turning it into a strength is what good teams do. The Bills have a plan and this is an acceleration of it. Diggs’ statistical outlook on his new team is less clear than the obvious “W” the organization gets in trading for him. As Diggs himself noted in the video above, wide receivers can execute their assignments, running great routes and balling out even if it is not reflected in the stat sheet. Wide receiver is one of the positions most dependent on outside variables in order to accrue production. All they can do is run their routes with precision, get open and hope everything else goes right in order to get a pass thrown their way. We know Diggs executes the part he can control to an elite degree. However, there’s no denying Diggs is going to a situation filled with questions about those outside variables. In many ways, it’s similar to the one he just left. He’s going to yet another team that ranked inside the top-seven in run play percentage. The Bills are not about to fill the air with footballs. Brown led the team with just 115 targets. Stefon Diggs will no longer wear the purple and gold in 2020. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) Diggs is certainly going to be the top dog in Buffalo but just like in Minnesota, he’s going to have competition for looks. John Brown isn’t going to vanish from the equation after thriving last year. His 24 percent share of Buffalo’s targets was the 12th-highest mark in the league. He also has some overlapping skills with Diggs. Don’t forget that Devin Singletary appears ready to be saddled with workhorse-level touches, much like Dalvin Cook was in Minnesota last year. While they are not the same questions surrounding his old one, Diggs’ new quarterback causes a few eyebrows-raises at the mention of his name. Josh Allen is far from the most accurate quarterback in the league — that’s going to be an issue. But we shouldn’t be so quick to think Allen alone will sink Diggs’ fantasy stock. We can piece together enough clues to guess that the wideout’s biggest on-field complaint with Kirk Cousins was his hesitancy to pull the trigger downfield when Diggs felt he was open. It’s hard to see Allen being unwilling to do that. In fact, the young quarterback just developed tremendous chemistry with John Brown and lifted him to the best season of his NFL life. That reality should not be overlooked when discussing Diggs’ 2020 outlook and beyond. The move of Stefon Diggs to Buffalo does not suddenly make him a top-10 fantasy receiver and based on some similarity in outside variables, it may not even alter his outlook from what we’re used to. I can assure you, that’s not what he cares about. From an on-field perspective, the Bills acquired the best route-runner in the NFL to assist their growing young quarterback during the window of his rookie deal. Strong front offices make this exact kind of move. The Bills and their fans should be wildly happy with what took place this week.
  3. Da Bills acquire WR Stefon Diggs from Vikings in trade Stefon Diggs tweeted earlier Monday afternoon that his exit from Minnesota was imminent. On Monday night, he learned his destination. The Buffalo Bills acquired the Vikings receiver and a 2020 seventh-round pick in exchange for a 2020 first-round pick (No. 22 overall), a 2020 fifth-round pick, a 2020 sixth-round pick and a 2021 fourth-round pick, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Monday. Fox Sports first reported the news. LATEST ANALYSIS › Brooks' updated prospect rankings › Sessler: Biggest moves (and non-moves) › Frelund: 3 good moves, 3 head-scratchers › Winners, losers from Wednesday's moves › FA tracker: Key additions for each team › Top 101 free agents of 2020 Diggs was less than two years removed from signing a five-year extension to stay in Minnesota through the 2023 season. Now the receiver is primed to play the rest of that deal out in Buffalo, barring a contract restructure. Diggs is slated to make $11.5 million in 2020. A fifth-round pick in 2015, Diggs quickly established himself alongside Adam Thielen as an undersized force to be reckoned with. Over five seasons, he compiled 365 catches for 4,623 receiving yards and 30 scores. He was also the recipient of arguably the most memorable play in Vikings history, "the Minneapolis Miracle," a last-second game-winning TD catch-and-run to send the Vikes to a win over the Saints in the NFC Divisional Round and into the NFC Championship Game back in Jan. 2018. But things soured between Diggs and Minnesota in the two years following, despite the receiver enjoying career-high production. Diggs was fined in October for missing Vikings meetings and practices, which preceded and inspired trade rumors that subsided but never really went away. Now Diggs is on his way from Norse Country to Western New York, where he will be the clear No. 1 receiver. In a receiver room populated by fellow diminutive speedster John Brown, possession maestro Cole Beasley, Andre Roberts and Robert Foster, Diggs will surely be the apple of Josh Allen's eye. In fact, he already is. Just over a year after coming thisclose to acquiring a top-tier receiver wanting out of his present location (Antonio Brown), the Bills have their go-to flank of the future.
  4. Trump touts ‘biggest stock market rise in history yesterday,’ but many investors believe worst isn’t over amid coronavirus panic Mark DeCambre MarketWatchMarch 14, 2020, 8:57 PM EDT [/url] Trump touts ‘biggest stock market rise in history yesterday,’ but many investors believe worst isn’t over amid coronavirus panic But Friday's rally in U.S. stocks that Trump tweeted about only recovered most of the losses suffered a day earlier, when the market saw its worst day on a percentage-loss basis since the Black Monday crash of 1987. The Dow is down about 20% from its record high. That puts it in a bear market. Story continues Yahoo Finance Coronavirus has damaged the stock market and the bears are hungry Brian SozziEditor-at-Large Yahoo FinanceMarch 13, 2020, 2:41 PM UTC A word of caution after a violent week on Wall Street: Stocks tend to rally hard during bear markets like we are in currently. So proceed with both eyes open even if it appears a bottom has formed, experts say. “I think too much damage has been done [to the market]. I think rallies for now should be viewed as potential selling opportunities, unless the government comes out with something so inspiring that it really changes that dynamic,” Sevens Report Research founder Tom Essaye said on Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade. Essaye couldn’t have put it any better. The Dow Jones Industrial Average exploded 1,110 points in pre-market trading Friday — then gave back half of those gains by 10:00 a.m. ET — on optimism regarding a U.S. fiscal stimulus plan to combat the aftershock of the coronavirus. Further firming up investor sentiment was fresh stimulus action from the European Central Bank on Thursday and from the German government Friday. But to Essaye’s point, this is a damaged market staring the barrel of months of brutal economic data and profit warnings from Corporate America. Just consider how damaged in fact the market is at this juncture. A board above the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the closing Dow Jones Industrial Average number, Thursday, March 12, 2020. The stock market had its biggest drop since the Black Monday crash of 1987 as fears of economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis deepened. The Dow industrials plunged more than 2,300 points, or 10%. The vast majority of people recover from the new coronavirus. According to the World Health Organization, most people recover in about two to six weeks, depending on the severity of the illness. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) The Dow has plunged more than 4,000 points this week. Both the Dow and S&P 500 are in bear markets, pressured in the last five sessions by the likes of Disney shutting domestic parks and Gap warning of a $100 million first quarter sales hit from coronavirus. The coronavirus-rolling financial crisis has rolled right into corporate boardrooms. The S&P 500 has seen daily average daily swings of 5.7% in the past five sessions, according to Bloomberg data. The CBOE Volatility Index — aka Wall Street’s fear gauge — spiked to a record this week. There hasn’t been two back-to-back up days for the S&P 500 in a month. Meanwhile, most key international equity indices are in a bear market. And to top it all off, coronavirus infection cases in the U.S. and Europe remain on the rise. Says Essaye, “We have got to remember the economic fallout of this is just starting. Jobless claims last week were incredibly good. I doubt that will happen next week. We’re at the beginning of the economic fallout of this. Our main hope is that it is short. If this is wrapped up by April or May, this economy can recover relatively quickly. If it goes beyond that we have got a bigger problem.” Looking for a positive amidst the carnage? Essaye is bullish on Apple stock because of its strong brand and cash flow. Brian Sozzi is an editor-at-large and co-anchor of The First Trade at Yahoo Finance. Follow Sozzi on Twitter Wall Street Enters Bear Market: ETFs That Are Near 52-Week High Wall Street’s record bull run ended on Mar 12 as all three key U.S. equity gauges — the S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq Composite — entered bear market territory. The three indexes lost about 9.5%, 10% and 9.4% on Mar 12, respectively, despite the Fed’s around $1.5-trillion liquidity injection into the short-term lending market. Global markets have been shaky since the start of March but the pain aggravated on Mar 11 after WHO declared the coronavirus outbreak as a global pandemic. Meanwhile, President Trump enacted a month-long travel ban from Europe (except the United Kingdom) to contain the spread of the virus, dealing a major blow to global trade. Investors should also note that the Dow Jones recorded the steepest single-day slump on Mar 12 since 1987. “The entry into bear market territory was the fastest on record for the S&P and Nasdaq,” as indicated by the Dow Jones Market Data Group. With people on quarantine and activities slowly coming to a halt, recession fears are tightening its grip on markets. Oil prices too have been on a freefall, with United States Oil Fund LP USO losing 39.5% in the past month (as of Mar 13). United States Brent Oil Fund LP BNO was down 41% in the same time period. Against this backdrop, below we highlight a few ETFs that touched a 52-week high on Mar 12. ProShares VIX Short-Term Futures ETF VIXY The underlying S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures Index measures the movements of a combination of VIX futures and is designed to track changes in the expectation for one month in the future. It charges 85 bps in fees.The product hit a 52-week high on Mar 12 and is up about 269% from its 52-week low price of $10.80/share (read: Volatility ETFs Jump as COVID-19 Spreads). Direxion S&P 500 Bear 1X SPDN The underlying Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bear 1X Shares seeks daily investment results of 100% of the inverse (or opposite) of the performance of the S&P 500 Index.The product is up about 34.9% from its 52-week low price of $23.25/share (read: Shorting the S&P 500 with ETFs: What You Should Know). AdvisorShares Dorsey Wright Short ETF DWSH This ETF is actively-managed and does not track a benchmark. It has a high expense ratio of 3.07%. It is up about 83.1% from its 52-week low price of $22.44/share (read: Don't Fear the Bear: 5 ETFs to Bet on). Cambria Tail Risk ETF TAIL This is also an actively-managed ETF. Its strategy offers the potential advantage of buying more puts when volatility is low and fewer puts when volatility is high. It charges 59 bps in fees. The fund has gained 30% from its 52-week low price. AGFiQ US Market Neutral Momentum Fund MOM The underlying Dow Jones U.S. Thematic Market Neutral Momentum Index is a long/short market neutral index that is dollar-neutral. It has a high expense ratio of 2.62%. It is up 31.2% from its 52-week low price. However, the fund has a small asset base of $1.4 million (read: Long-Short ETF (BTAL) Hits New 52-Week High). 1-3 Month T-Bill Barclays Capital SPDR BIL The underlying Bloomberg Barclays 1-3 Month U.S. Treasury Bill Index includes all publicly issued zero-coupon U.S. Treasury Bills that have a remaining maturity of less than 3 months and more than 1 month, are rated investment grade. It charges about 14 bps in fees. The fund is up 0.3% from its 52-week low price of $91.40/share.
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  6. NFL franchise tag tracker: Who's getting paid for 2020, what's next
  7. NFL logos, ranked: Where does the Rams' new look land? [/url] March 9, 2020 12:10 pm Any time a sports franchise re-does its logo or goes under a complete redesign, fans get furious. That’s been the case with the Los Angeles Chargers, who appeared to have a new logo — which turned out not to be the case — in 2017 and the Rams, who had a new look leak on Sunday that was roasted (and rightfully so). Will it lead to a re-redesign? That got us thinking: which logos in the NFL are the best and which ones should also be similarly roasted by fans? Here’s a breakdown, including where the Rams’ new logo belongs on the list. 1. Pittsburgh Steelers: It's simple, it's got a little bit of flair and it represents the city the Steelers play in because it's based on the Steelmark logo used by the American Iron and Steel Institute. 2. Las Vegas Raiders: Make fun of the Oakl– er, Las Vegas Raiders all you want. But that logo is so good. I beg of you, ownership: please don't change this just because you moved to Vegas. 3. Buffalo Bills: A charging buffalo silhouette with a blue and red color scheme is minimalist, yet really effective. 4. New Orleans Saints: Fleur-de-lis FTW! © Chris Graythen/Getty Images 5. Minnesota Vikings: I love all the detail and the colors matching the purple and gold of the Vikes' uniforms. Plus, that mustache! 6. Philadelphia Eagles: Please don't eat me, scary Eagle. 7. Houston Texans: It's funky, but in a good way — there's the Texas state flag colors, the star, the longhorn shape. Solid. 8. Indianapolis Colts: Really glad it's not a horse, because the horseshoe is a good twist. 9. Kansas City Chiefs: Gotta love that there's an arrowhead and that the Chiefs play at Arrowhead. 10. Los Angeles Chargers: Lightning bolts are cool as heck, although this logo sometimes feels a little unfinished. At least the franchise didn't switch to that terrible logo that everyone destroyed in 2017. 11. Dallas Cowboys: Is it TOO simple? Possibly. But you also can't argue that when you see that thing, you know exactly who it refers to. I can't decide if that's because of the franchise or because of the logo, though. 12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: I am very afraid of this logo and the fact that I may have underrated it a little. 13. Miami Dolphins: Logos don't have to be scary. Some of them can be pretty to look at. This logo is pretty. 14. San Francisco 49ers: We're heading toward the middle, which is where this one belongs. Love the coloring, but just the "SF" is okay. 15. Green Bay Packers: I know, it's iconic. But G, it's kind of middle of the, er, pack. 16. Baltimore Ravens: Let's be honest: it doesn't need the giant B. 17. Seattle Seahawks: I've never loved this one because it just looks like the seahawk is frowning. 18. Arizona Cardinals: Also a frowning bird who looks kind of bored. 19. Atlanta Falcons: It's just so busy and too high concept. 20. Jacksonville Jaguars: Threatening, yes. But kind of generic? Yes. 21. Denver Broncos: Why, oh why, did you get rid of the bucking bronco? For this?! 22. Cincinnati Bengals: **Does best Chandler Bing voice** Could this B any more boring? At least there are tiger stripes. 23. Carolina Panthers: The color scheme, the lack of pupils ... nah. 24. Chicago Bears: Yes, it's a classic. But classics can still be boring. 25. New York Jets: A wide-eyed Adam Gase would be a better logo than one that states the team is the New York Jets. © AP Photo/Frank Franklin II 26. New England Patriots: Too busy and the face is weird. 27. Los Angeles Rams: If it was the other logo (pictured here), I'd say it's higher up in the 20s. But the new one belongs down here. 28. Detroit Lions: Anyone who has said this lion is too playful and not threatening enough is correct. 29. Tennessee Titans: I've never liked the comet with the giant T. 30. New York Giants: That's it? An N and a Y? 31. Washington Redskins: You know the story. The team needs a new name and definitely a new logo. 32. Cleveland Browns: That's really the logo: the Browns' not-brown helmet. C'mon.
  8. Bills trade up in latest CBS Sports mock Do you like mock drafts with trades? Well CBS Sports has you covered with a flurry of moves being made in their latest mock. Eight trades are made in the first-round, including one from the Bills to lockdown their newest offensive weapon. No longer selecting at No. 22, the Bills select Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy at 16. The Bills follow the Eagles' lead and give up No. 86 to jump for one of the top receivers with the fear of missing out if they sit at No. 22. In this mock the Bills select one of the top-three wide receiver prospects in the 2020 draft. The Bills trade up after the Eagles move to pick 14 and select Oklahoma wideout CeeDee Lamb by trading their first, third, and fifth round pick. The Broncos select Alabama's Henry Ruggs III at 15. The only other wide receiver selected in the top 22 of this mock is LSU product Justin Jefferson at 19 to Las Vegas.
  9. Where does the charging Buffalo rank among the NFL's 32 team logos? It's been a long-time since the Bills changed its logo. The charging buffalo has been a staple of Western New York and the franchise since its inception in April 5, 1974. Gone was the red standing buffalo that had been the team's mark since 1962. It was replaced by a blue charging buffalo with a red streak, the crowning achievement of artist Stevens Wright. Over 40 years later, the NFL has seen numerous logo changes, including a leaked supposed re-design of the Los Angeles Rams logo this week sparking For The Win to rank all 32 current NFL logos from best to worst. Third place was the Bills logo. A charging buffalo silhouette with a blue and red color scheme is minimalist, yet really effective. The only two higher were the Steelers and Raiders.
  10. 14 playoff teams likely in new NFL CBA Quote: If and when a collective bargaining agreement is finalized, it it is expected to change the NFL's playoff structure as currently constituted for next season, league sources told ESPN, including an expansion to seven teams from each conference.
  11. Playing out Tom Brady's free agency: Four offers, one winner and $60M guaranteed Want to sign the GOAT this offseason? Prepare to pony up. So we did, soliciting real (sort of) offers from the Patriots, Titans, Chargers and Bucs.
  12. Man goes over Niagara Falls, survives with 'non-life threatening' injuries Man goes over Niagara Falls, survives with 'non-life threatening' injuries Victoria E. Freile, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 2:26 p.m. ET July 9, 2019 | Updated 2:30 p.m. ET July 9, 2019 CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE ROCHESTER, N.Y. – A man survived after being swept over the Canadian Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls on Tuesday morning, according to Niagara Parks Police. The incident occurred about 4 a.m. at the brink of the Horseshoe Falls. Park police officers witnessed the man climb a retaining wall, jump into the river and observed him being swept over the falls, said Paul Forcier, chief of the Niagara Parks Police Service. The man, who was not identified by police, was found sitting on rocks near the Journey Behind the Falls observation platform after a search of the lower river, Forcier said in a news release. The man was rescued from the Niagara River and was taken to an area hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, Forcier said. A man survived after being swept over the Canadian Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls' Tuesday, July 9, 2019. (Photo: File photo) Previously: Man who survived Niagara Falls jump, killed in latest attempt Further details were not released about the incident. The Horseshoe Falls are the largest of the three falls at the Canadian-American border. According to Niagara Parks, the Horseshoe Falls are about 170 feet tall. More than 6 million cubic feet of water travel over the crestline of the falls every minute during peak daytime tourist hours. Man goes over Niagara Falls, survives with 'non-life-threatening' injuries Victoria E. Freile, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 1:57 p.m. ET July 9, 2019 | Updated 2:42 p.m. ET July 9, 2019 Niagara Falls upgraded its illumination display to LED lights, making the cascading waters even prettier at night. USA TODAY NETWORK CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE A man survived after being swept over the Canadian Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls on Tuesday morning, according to Niagara Parks Police. The incident occurred about 4 a.m. Park police officers saw the man climb a retaining wall, jump into the river and get swept over the falls, said Paul Forcier, chief of the Niagara Parks Police Service. Buy Photo A man survived after being swept over the Canadian Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls' Tuesday, July 9, 2019. (Photo: File photo) The man, who was not identified by police, was found sitting on rocks near the Journey Behind the Falls observation platform after a search of the lower river, Forcier said in a news release. The man was rescued from the Niagara River and was taken to an area hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, Forcier said. Further details were not released about the incident. Buy Photo Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls, Canada (Photo: Victoria Freile/Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) The Horseshoe Falls are the largest of the three falls at the Canadian-American border. According to Niagara Parks, the Horseshoe Falls are about 170 feet tall. More than 6 million cubic feet of water travel over the crestline of the falls every minute during peak daytime tourist hours. VFREILE@Gannett.com Buy Photo 7-year-old Roger Woodward survived a plunge over the famous Horseshoe Falls in July, 1960. (Photo: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) Buy Photo Roger Woodward aged 7, recovers after a plunge over the Horseshoe Falls in July 1960. (Photo: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) http://img1.lodef.net/imgs/5/8/9/d/5...82ce42d5_f.jpg Man in crisis survives plunge over Niagara Falls By Josh K. Elliott Senior National Online Journalist, Viral/Trends Global News This file photo shows the Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont. Sunday July 11, 2004. CP PHOTO/Jonathan Hayward A A A man who was swept over the Canadian side of Niagara Falls has survived the plunge with non-life threatening injuries, police say. Niagara Parks Police were called to the edge of the falls early Tuesday at 4 a.m. amid reports of a man in crisis at the brink of the water. The man climbed a retaining wall after officers arrived, and he dropped into the rushing waters above the Horseshoe Falls, police said. Story continues below Rescue teams searched the basin below and eventually came upon the man sitting on rocks near the Journey Behind the Falls observation platform. The man was transported to hospital for further care. Niagara Falls is notoriously deadly, and has proven fatal to many who have tried to survive a plunge over the falls. The rapids above the Horseshoe Falls can reach speeds of up to 40 kilometres an hour before sweeping objects — or people — over a 57-metre plunge into the deep basin below. The Whirlpool Rapids below the falls can be just as deadly, with speeds of up to 48 kilometres an hour. RELATED VIDEO: Erendira Vasquez Wallenda hangs over Niagara Falls by her teeth Water from the falls feeds into the Lower Niagara River. READ MORE: U.S. agents arrest swimmer, two others after Niagara River border crossing Several people have gone over the Horseshoe Falls in barrels, but it’s extremely rare to survive the fall without some form of protection. The incident on Tuesday occurred exactly 59 years to the day after the first known case of a person surviving an unprotected plunge over the falls. American Roger Woodward, 7, survived going over the falls with only a life-jacket on July 9, 1960. The first known adult to survive the falls without protection was Kirk Jones, an American who accomplished the feat in 2003. He died in 2017 while attempting to go over the Horseshoe Falls a second time. —
  13. Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, wife of Canada PM Justin Trudeau, tests positive for coronavirus PUBLISHED THU, MAR 12 202010:01 PM EDTUPDATED AN HOUR AGO Saheli Roy Choudhury@SAHELIRC KEY POINTS Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s wife, Sophie Gregoire, has tested positive for COVID-19. Trudeau himself is in “good health with no symptoms,” according to a statement posted on Twitter by his communications director. At the moment, he will not be tested for COVID-19 as he is not showing any symptoms. He will remain in isolation for 14 days. The prime minister is set to address Canadians on Friday. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie-Gregoire Trudeau wait at the official welcome ceremony of the G7 summit on June 8, 2018, in La Malbaie, Quebec. Ludovic Marin | AFP | Getty Images Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s wife, Sophie Gregoire, has tested positive for COVID-19. “Following medical advice, she will remain in isolation for the time being. She is feeling well, is taking all the recommended precautions and her symptoms remain mild,” according to a statement tweeted by Cameron Ahmad, the prime minister’s communications director. Health professionals are set to reach out to people who have been in close contact with Gregoire Trudeau. The prime minister himself is in “good health with no symptoms,” Ahmad said.
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