iStock/mrtom-ukBy: JON HAWORTH, MEREDITH DELISO, MATT ZARRELL and MARC NATHANSON, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed over 205,000 people worldwide.More than 2.89 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to testing shortages, many unreported cases and suspicions that some governments are hiding the scope of their nations’ outbreaks.Since the first cases were detected in China in December, the United States has become the worst-affected country, with more than 964,000 diagnosed cases and at least 54,810 deaths. Here’s how the news developed Sunday. All times Eastern:10:51 p.m.: CDC, OSHA release guidance for meat plant workersResponding to outbreaks at several meat processing plants across the country, the Centers for Disease Control and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released interim recommendations for meat and poultry companies operating during the pandemic.Among the social distancing guidelines, meat processing companies are being called on to:– Encourage single-file movement with a six-foot distance between each worker– Stagger break times or provide temporary break areas and restrooms– Stagger workers’ arrival and departure times to avoid congregations of workers– Encourage workers to avoid carpooling to and from work– Limit the number of people per vehicle and encourage them to wear cloth masksThe CDC and OSHA also provided recommendations for modifying work areas for social distancing; cleaning and disinfecting tools; and screening workers for COVID-19 symptoms, among others.8:15 p.m.: Government to make new PPP loans more equitableThe federal government is taking steps toward a more equitable distribution of COVID-19 funds when applications open Monday for the second round of Paycheck Protection Program relief loans.The Small Business Administration and Treasury Department are implementing new measures “to ensure equitable access and system integrity” regarding the program, according to a notice sent to participating lenders obtained by ABC News.The measures include capping the number of loans any one bank can issue at 10% of the PPP funding — with the exception of $60 billion earmarked for small lenders.Other measures include allowing lenders with pending applications to submit a one-time bulk filing of at least 15,000 PPP applications.On Friday, President Trump signed off on a $310 billion infusion into the small business rescue program, which had run out of money. The SBA will begin accepting applications again at 10:30 a.m. on Monday.6:40 p.m.: Sen. Klobuchar’s husband participates in plasma programSen. Amy Klobuchar’s husband, John Bessler, has donated his plasma after recovering from COVID-19.The senator’s office announced Bessler’s participation in the Expanded Access Program for Convalescent Plasma, an experimental treatment program.Through the program, people with COVID-19 are given an infusion of antibody-rich plasma from those who have recovered from the virus. Thousands of recovered COVID-19 patients nationwide have donated their plasma, according to Klobuchar’s office. Bessler donated through the Mayo Clinic’s program in Minnesota.“I encourage all others who have recovered from COVID-19 to also consider donating their plasma to help develop potential remedies to this virus that is impacting so many people across Minnesota and the country,” Bessler said in a statement.Bessler, 52, tested positive for COVID-19 on March 23. He had coughed up blood and was hospitalized with low oxygen levels.5:58 p.m.: Trump discusses WHO reform with MacronPresident Trump spoke Sunday with French President Emmanuel Macron about the need to reform the World Health Organization.The discussion came during a call between the two leaders about plans to reopen world economies.The two also expressed hope about convening a P5 summit with leaders of the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council: the U.S., France, Britain, Russia and China.3:08 p.m.: Italy, Spain see lowest death tolls in weeksItaly and Spain have both reported their lowest one-day COVID-19 death tolls in weeks.Italy’s Civil Protection agency reported 260 new deaths in the past 24 hours on Sunday — the country’s lowest daily number of deaths since mid-March.There have been 26,644 COVID-19 deaths in Italy, according to the Civil Protection agency. The country has the second-highest number of deaths in the world, after the United States.Spain had 288 deaths in one day, the Spanish Health Ministry reported on Sunday. That is the country’s lowest one-day death toll reported in 37 days. The total number of deaths from COVID-19 in Spain is 23,190, according to the health ministry — the third-highest number globally.On Sunday, children in Spain were allowed outside for the first time since the country’s lockdown began more than 40 days ago. Children under the age of 14 can now leave their homes for an hour each day.2:05 p.m.: Wuhan discharges all hospitalized COVID-19 patientsWuhan, where the coronavirus outbreak began, no longer has any patients hospitalized with COVID-19, China’s state-run media organization Xinhua reported Sunday.Citing Mi Feng, a spokesperson for China’s National Health Commission, Xinhua reported that the last patient in serious condition in China’s coronavirus epicenter was released Friday,As of Sunday, China has reported 83,909 diagnosed COVID-19 cases and 4,636 fatalities, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.1:52 p.m.: Australia launches COVID-19 contact-tracing appThe Australian government launched a COVID-19 contract-tracing app on Sunday to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.COVIDSafes uses bluetooth-tracing technology to find people who have been in contact with COVID-19 cases. Local health officials can then contact those who may have been exposed.The app is the only contract-trace app approved by the Australian government. Participation is voluntary.Digital contract tracing has been used in China, Singapore and South Korea.Apple and Google plan to release their contact-tracing apps in May.1:27 p.m.: Cuomo outlines plan to reopen New YorkNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo expanded on his strategy to reopen the state in phases regionally at his daily press conference on Sunday.“Nobody is giving anybody a date. But short-term, the numbers are on the decline, everything we have done is working. The rates are all dropping,” Cuomo reportedCuomo said the state is following the CDC’s recommendation to start reopening once the regional hospital rate has a 14-day decline.“It’s a very diverse state. Upstate regions are like states in the Midwest, even out West. We have very different hospitalization rates,” the governor said. “We look at the rates all across the state as well as all across the regions.”Phase one of reopening will involve low-risk construction and manufacturing activities. After a two-week period of monitoring rates of hospitalization, positive antibody tests and positive diagnostic tests, phase two will be a business-by-business analysis, based on how essential and risky the business is.“They have to think about how they are going to reopen with this quote-unquote ‘new normal,’” Cuomo said of businesses that will consider reopening. “What precautions are they going to take in the workplace? What safeguards are they going to put in place? It’s very much going to be up to businesses.”The approach will take multistate coordination, the governor said, to limit visitors from lockdown regions going to ones that have opened up. The reopening of transportation, parks, school, beaches and businesses will also be coordinated, the governor said.“It is possible you open something in Syracuse, open something in the north country, where you now see license plates coming in from Connecticut, New Jersey, from downstate, all coming to that area because … they have been locked down and they are looking for an activity,” Cuomo said.Downstate is the “most complicated situation,” the governor said, due to people living and working in different states.The governor said the goal is to keep the COVID-19 rate of transmission below one — or one person infecting one other person — to continue to slow the spread. Currently, the state has a rate of transmission of about 0.8. Upstate, that number is 0.9; downstate is it 0.75.All restrictions and closures in New York are currently in effect until May 15.10:30 a.m.: More ‘consistency’ in downward trend needed before reopening, NYC mayor saysNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said that while there are many indicators that the number of current coronavirus patients are on a downward trend, more “consistency” is needed before the city will begin to consider taking steps towards reopening.The mayor at his daily press conference on Sunday noted the percentage of people who have tested positive, the number admitted to hospitals and those in the ICU have all gone down or stayed flat in recent days but cautioned against restarting too soon.“We restart when we have evidence. Look, we see some states around the country to restart their economies. I’m worried for them. I’m worried for their people. Some seem to be paying attention to health care indicators more than others,” de Blasio explained. “Anybody, any state, any city that doesn’t pay attention to those factual health care indicators that evidence is endangering themselves and their people and the whole idea of having a restart to have an economy again, recover, it could all backfire because the disease reasserts.”The mayor added that there are a number of outstanding questions that his administration is working to address before the city can reopen.“How do you reopen a restaurant and still do it in a way that protects the customers and protects the people that work there? What kind of protection will people need? What kind of PPE’s will people need to wear in different parts of the city, a lot of different work they do to make sure they are safe. When will they need more? When will they need less? We’ve got to start filling in those blanks,” de Blasio said.De Blasio said the recovery must address the “structural racism” and disparities that have been exposed during the pandemic, announcing the city would create a “Fair Recovery Task Force” to help New Yorkers recover from the crisis.“Recovery means to me getting back not just to a point where life feels more normal but getting back to a point of strength, additionally addressing the underlying issues we still need to address in the city,” de Blasio said.9:45 a.m.: Unemployment rate will be comparable to Great Depression, Trump adviser saysKevin Hassett, President Donald Trump’s economic adviser, said the U.S. is going to see a jobless rate comparable to what happened during the Great Depression as it recovers from the novel coronavirus pandemic.Appearing on ABC’s This Week on Sunday, Hassett also measured up losses against the more recent Great Recession.“Around 2008, we lost 8.7 million jobs and the whole thing. Right now, we’re losing that many jobs about every 10 days,” he said. “And so … the economic lift for policymakers is an extraordinary one.”9:05 a.m.: Michigan governor defends stay-at-home ordersMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer disagreed Sunday that her stay-at-home orders were too aggressive in combatting the novel coronavirus pandemic in her state.“It was hitting (Michigan) incredibly hard and that’s why we have a unique solution, even though it was more aggressive than other states. We have started to really push down that curve and we’ve saved lives in the process,” the Democrat told ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos Sunday on ABC’s This Week.4:25 a.m.: 3 people arrested during ‘Freedom Rally’ protest at San Diego beachThree people were arrested Saturday during a “Freedom Rally” protest in Encinitas, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.The three individuals were among a group of several dozen people that gathered at Moonlight Beach to protest the county’s beach closures and stay-at-home orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.The three people were cited for health order violations, said sheriff’s Lt. Amber Baggs. The maximum penalty of the health orders could be citation for a $1,000 fine or up to six months in jail, or both.Baggs also said deputies issued one traffic citation and seven parking citations during the protest.According to Baggs, there were 75-100 people at the “The Surf’s Up Shred the Tidal Wave of Tyranny” protest Saturday morning. The two-hour event was organized by Crista Anne Curtis, who led a similar protest last week.“Several protestors walked onto the beach and sat as deputies began speaking to them regarding the County Public Health Order,” said Baggs. “The people were given multiple opportunities to comply with the state and county orders. Three attendees refused and were arrested.”Another protest was planned for Sunday at the Pacific Beach lifeguard station at 700 Grand Ave. starting at 1 p.m.Dubbed “A Day of Liberty San Diego Freedom Rally,” the protest is being organized by Naomi Soria, according to social media posts announcing the rally. Soria organized last week’s downtown San Diego rally.2:49 a.m.: CDC updates list of coronavirus symptomsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has added six new possible symptoms of the novel coronavirus.People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. These symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus:• Fever• Cough• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing• Chills• Repeated shaking with chills• Muscle pain• Headache• Sore throat• New loss of taste or smellIt had previously only noted fever, cough and shortness of breath as possible symptoms of COVID-19.1:17 a.m.: More than 100,000 people have recovered from COVID-19 in the United StatesAs of 8:30 p.m. ET, 100,104 people have recovered from COVID-19, according to the data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.9:33 p.m.: Hawaii extends quarantine for travelersHawaii Gov. David Ige announced he was extending the mandatory 14-day quarantine for travelers into the state until May 31. He is also extending the stay-at-home order until the same date.He said he was continuing to keep the quarantine in place for travelers since 100 people were still arriving every day.Tim Sakahara, spokesperson for the Hawaii Department of Transportation, said passenger arrivals are down 99% from this time last year. The only flights coming in are from San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle, Los Angeles and Guam.There have been 604 cases and 14 deaths, including two in the past day, in Hawaii. Wyoming, Montana and Alaska are the only states with fewer cases.ABC News’ Ahmad Hemingway, Jack Arnholz, Ashley Brown, Arielle Mitropoulos, Matt Foster and Christine A. Theodorou contributed to this report.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBrent Briggeman/US Air Force Academy(DENVER) — Footage of a 4-year-old’s slow jog to home plate during a college baseball game may be the most adorable thing you’ll see.The video shows Lio Ortega, 4, who is fighting brain cancer, making a dash with the help of his sister Ariadne around the bases while being deterred from running into the dugout.Lio had been invited to throw out the ceremonial first pitch and hit the first ball prior to a May 12 baseball game in Colorado between the University of New Mexico (UNM) Lobos and the Air Force Academy.Lio’s father, Manuel Ortega, who played for the UNM Lobos during his years in junior college, said his son became a fan of the team and would wear Lobos gear that the head coach would send him while the boy underwent chemotherapy treatments.“The hardest thing for us is…how do we maximize his time to give him great experiences?” Ortega of Colorado Springs told ABC News. “This was one of those [experiences] because he loves baseball. He plays on a little league team, he loves the big kids, he loves the college kids. He wants to be one of them.“He says, ‘I’m going to play with the Lobos.’”The Air Force and UNM arranged the occasion for Lio and his family. About 100 were in attendance.“Everybody was crying, everybody was laughing,” Ortega said. “It was just overwhelming. [Lio] had a great time and as you could see, it was a hoot. When he gets to do things like this, it makes him happy because he’s with his family.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by May 16, 2018 /Sports News – National 4-year-old cancer patient hits home run with heart
The new merged company will take the name given to the funds’ joint administrative body initiated back in 2015, P+. The two funds have been gradually merging various operations over recent years.The deal will place the new pension fund among the top 10 largest funds in Denmark, according to IPE’s Top 1000 Pension Funds survey.Between them the two funds have assets of DKK120bn (€16bn), a size that senior staff have said would allow the new entity to take advantage of economies of scale and reduce costs associated with investment, administration and other business operations.JØP/DIP merger in numbersDKK120bn Combined assets under management95,000 Approximate combined membership3,509 Votes cast in the two members’ meetings this month3,388 Votes in favour of the merger, marking 96.6% of those cast Members of Danish engineering pension fund DIP have voted in favour of a proposed merger with fellow professional pension fund JØP at its annual general meeting (AGM).DIP reported that 93% of its members voted in favour. It follows a similarly positive vote from JØP’s members last Wednesday.DIP said that the last step remaining before the deal was finalised was the approval of the merger by relevant authorities.The fund said that, if the fusion with the JØP, the fund for lawyers and economists, went through, its chairman Peter Falkenham would become deputy chair and JØP’s chairman Anders Eldrup would head up a new transitional supervisory board.
No wonder, then, that United Teachers Los Angeles has already kicked in $900,000 in anticipation of the March 6 school board election. It wants to make sure that its candidates – candidates beholden to the union and its interests – remain in control. And understandably so. Less than two weeks ago, the school board agreed to give all L.A. teachers a hefty 6 percent, one-year pay hike that will cost the district $200 million more than it had budgeted for. It pays to have friendly folks in power. And it pays doubly to have friendly folks indebted to you at the other side of the collective-bargaining table. But it doesn’t pay, for the rest of us, to have a single special interest so firmly in control. As we’ve seen with the school board’s consistent resistance to reform, entrenched powers aren’t much predisposed toward change or toward empowering communities. Yet for school board challengers to have a fighting chance against UTLA-bankrolled candidates, they need massive amounts of cash of their own. Sadly, it takes special interests to defeat special interests. Richard Riordan proved as much when, as mayor, he funded a slate of reform-minded candidates who were briefly able to wrest control of the LAUSD away from the old guard. And now Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is trying to do the same, having contributed $975,000 to some of the reformers running in the March election. All these massive expenditures are worrisome, as is the return that the special interests who fund the mayor’s efforts will no doubt expect from him. But in an imperfect world, it’s the best bet for saving the LAUSD. That’s why voters can do no better than to back all four of the candidates most committed to change in next Tuesday’s election – Tamar Galatzan, Johnathan Williams, Yolie Flores Aguilar and Richard Vladovic. It’s also why this is an election no one can afford to sit out. There’s too much at stake – as the special interests know all too well.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! THE job of Los Angeles Unified School District board members is only part time, and it pays but $24,000 a year – hardly the most desirable office in a region that routinely bestows six-figure salaries upon its public officials. And yet the position is so highly coveted that campaigns for it command millions of dollars in special-interest contributions. That ought to tell you something. School board members have a lot of power. They also control the flow of a lot of money, like the $19 billion in construction bonds and billions of dollars more in payroll and contracts.
SAN JOSE — The grind of a six-month regular season for the Sharks begins Wednesday at home against the Anaheim Ducks and let’s face it, only the most die-hard fans will be able to watch every period of all 82 games.And if we’re being honest, some games just stand out a bit more than others.To help sort everything out, here are 10 games this season that every Sharks fan should take time to watch.Oct. 3 vs. Anaheim Ducks, SAP Center — There’s nothing quite like opening night. Players are …
OAKLAND — I was going to write a big ol’ story about how the Warriors — despite having a roster full of big names, big games, and even bigger personalities — have managed to keep the waters around the team generally calm.I was trying to get to the bottom of how the passive aggressiveness and pettiness that has seemingly dominated this era of the NBA — the kind of nonsense that has hit the Rockets, Timberwolves, Wizards, and Lakers this season — has seemingly missed the Warriors, despite a ripe …
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… As the world waits with bated breath to see if Pyongyang will make good on its nuclear threats, the hacker collective Anonymous has made its own move in the increasingly cyber conflict between North Korea and the world. On Tuesday, the group claimed to have stolen 15,000 passwords from the communist nation as part of what it calls Operation North Korea. Late Wednesday, as tensions rose in Kaesong over the North’s closure and seizure of a industrial park it shares with the South, along with repeated declarations of nuclear launch, Anonymous advanced its own chess pieces. The hackers allegedly seized control of North Korea’s official Twitter and Flickr accounts, in the process defacing several related websites, and making the autocratic nation look extremely unprepared for cyber attack. The Uriminzokkiri accounts on both the social media networks, which translates to “our nation,” looked like anything but North Korea’s after the strike. The Twitter account’s avatar changed to a couple in Guy Fawkes masks tangoing, while the Flickr account filled up with less-than-flattering images of the supreme leader, Kim Jong Un. Related Posts adam popescu Tags:#Anonymous#cyber attacks#privacy#security 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting In addition, several sites hocking propaganda material have been hit by digital graffiti (visit Aindf.com to see a wanted poster of Kim Jong Un). North Korean state-run news site Uriminzokkiri.com has been knocked offline, possibly by related DDoS attack. The Next Web is reporting that a Pastebin note, allegedly from the hacktivists, claims that they have agents on the ground fighting off the North’s “cyber army.” Below is an excerpt from the latest Pastebin message, supposedly penned by Anonymous members, explaining the group’s reasoning and m.o. for the attack:ecause of North Korea’s new threats today we are forced tocontact you again.Within this release we also take the chance to set some thingsstraight about our goals, because it seems some web citizensdidn’t really get it right. Here we go:@ Kim Jong-unYou just went full retarded! Never go full retarded.We feel really sorry for your suffering of TDS(aka “tiny dick syndrome”) but be assured, threatening theworld with your nukes won’t make it any better at all.If you had finally opened up your country for thereal internet, you would have already seen over 9000 ads forproducts devoted to solve your problem.If Kim Jong Un really does have thousands of soldiers in his cyber army, it’s likely that this attack will soon be thwarted and things will go back to normal. Normal, of course, being a relative term as the bluffing situation escalates between the peninsula and the rest of the world. Will Anonymous’ actions (in February it hacked the U.S. State Department) push the conflict over the edge and give the 30-year-old despot reason to hit the launch button and plunge the world into hot war? Who knows what this digital assault will do to the man’s ego, since he is already eager to prove himself in the wake of his father’s passing.(See also South Korea Cyber Attack Heightens Tensions In Hair-Trigger Region and World War III Is Already Here – And We’re Losing.)When ex-NBA oddball Dennis “the Worm” Rodman seems to have more on-the-ground knowledge of the leader than every major intelligence agency combined, you know we’re in a pickle, no matter how you cut it. Anonymous is pulling on the tail of a tiger. If this is the prelude to the end of the world, let’s hope it has a viable plan for when the beast turns around and bares its fangs.Image courtesy of Uriminzokkiri
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Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Nuggets bounce back in Game 4 to even series with Blazers Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:36Manny Pacquiao part of 2019 SEA Games opening ceremony02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Martic will next face fourth-seeded Angelique Kerber, who broke Lesia Tsurenko six times to earn a 6-3, 6-2 victory.Third-seeded Simona Halep, who has won twice in Madrid, brushed off Russian qualifier Margarita Gasparyan 6-0, 6-4.Fifth-seeded Karolina Pliskova had to fight back from a set down to fend off 18-year-old Ukrainian Dayana Yastremska 5-7, 7-6 (5), 6-3.Sloane Stephens and Victoria Azarenka also advanced, while Madison Keys lost to Sorana Cirstea in three sets.NADAL NEXTADVERTISEMENT Japan’s Naomi Osaka returns the ball during her match against Slovakia’s Dominika Cibulkova during the Madrid Open tennis tournament, Sunday, May 5, 2019, in Madrid, Spain. (AP Photo/Andrea Comas)MADRID — Naomi Osaka won her opening match at the Madrid Open, Caroline Wozniacki withdrew due to injury and Garbine Muguruza was upset by Petra Martic in straight sets on Sunday.Top-ranked Osaka, the reigning U.S. Open and Australian Open champion, hit 43 winners, including eight aces, on the outdoor red clay to beat 2016 finalist Dominika Cibulkova 6-2, 7-6 (6).ADVERTISEMENT Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated “For me, I’m just happy to get through it,” Osaka said. “I feel the most nervous during the first round and to play against Cibulkova was kind of tough for me, especially on clay.”Osaka will face Sara Sorribes in the second round after she got past fellow Spanish wild card Lara Arruabarrena.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsA lower back injury forced Wozniacki to retire from her match with Alizé Cornet when she was losing 0-3 in the first set.Martic ousted two-time grand slam winner Muguruza 7-5, 7-6 (2), a week after the Croat won her first career title in Istanbul. MOST READ Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid View comments On the men’s side, Rafael Nadal knows who his first opponent will be after Felix Auger-Aliassime beat fellow Canadian Denis Shapovalov, a semifinalist last year, 6-2, 7-6 (7).The 18-year-old Auger-Aliassime has reached the final in Rio and the semifinals in Miami already this year.Jan-Lennard Struff beat Nick Kyrgios 7-6 (4), 6-4 in a match that saw a combined 21 aces.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Ex-Udinese chief Bonato: Losing Higuain to Chelsea would be AC Milan blowby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Udinese sports chief Nereo Bonato has warned AC Milan about losing Gonzalo Higuain.On-loan from Juventus, Higuain is wanted by Chelsea this month.Bonato told TMW: “It’s been a complicated story from the beginning, I think Higuain was not happy to leave Juventus, but there’s also Milan’s unsatisfactory performance.”And Higuain will surely be tempted by Chelsea, looking for a central striker. “Milan need investment, they must try to enter the Champions League and it will be more difficult without the Argentine.”