The water supply at the Maths and Philosophy faculties has been cut off this week in an alleged E. coli scare.Following a routine safety check, higher-thanusual levels of E. coli bacteria were found in the water in the Mathematical Institute and the Radcliffe Humanities buildings. Staff and students have been unable to wash their hands or drink the water in the buildings since the discovery was made.E. coli bacteria are found in human and animal faeces, and are one of the most common causes of gastrointestinal infections and diarrhoea. It is also a common source of food poisoning.An anonymous employee at the Maths Institute told The Oxford Times, “We came in this morning and they’ve all been warning employees that there might be E. coli in the water and it isn’t safe to drink.“Everyone here is really grumbling.”They added that bottles of water and hand sanitiser were being distributed in the common room.A University spokesperson said in a statement, “We routinely test the water in our buildings and a recent set of results showed higher bacteria levels than normal in the Mathematical Institute and Radcliffe Humanities buildings.“We immediately sought expert advice and, as a precaution, have provided bottled water for people working in the buildings.“All the staff have been advised not to drink tap water while we take measures to resolve the matter. We are continuing to test the water and will notify staff as soon as the situation is resolved.”The University water supply is managed privately, rather than by Thames Water.Speaking to Cherwell, a third-year Philosophy student commented, “You might say that an E. coli outbreak is a shitty situation.“That said, everyone here’s being quite philosophical about the whole thing.”
Oblak-Alisson duel76 games in total has played Alisson with the Liverpool shirt with 31 of them unbeaten, 117 saves and even one assist: he went to Salah in the classic against Manchester United on January 19. It was 2-0 of the RedsIt was epic. As his performances in the goal. A goal with huge reflections, practically a wall in the hands at hand. The duel of the goals will be one of the duels of the match. Allison and Oblak, face to face. Two of the best goalkeepers in the world. Will Atlético be able to find a hole for the Brazilian this time? Klopp, Salah, Mané, Van Dijk … And, in addition, Alisson. Liverpool intimidates in each line, from the bench to the tip, but especially in the goal. Atlético tastes good. Tomorrow, in memory, that night in Rome in September 2017. First day of groups of that Champions in which Atlético del Cholo, for the first time, did not reach the eighth. On the way the stone of the Qarabag. But first it was another. Alisson Becker The rojiblancos crashed into the goalkeeper’s gloves once and once. Griezmann, Carrasco, Correa, Saúl. Twelve shots on goal. 0-0 final His body full of blows, none mortal. They will meet again two years, five months and six days later in Atlético-Liverpool of the first leg of this season’s Champions.‘Premier League’s gold glove’ in 2018-19 (21 games unbeaten in 38 games), leading goal to zero in 2019-20, ten now (in 25 games). In July 2018, the Brazilian became the most expensive goalkeeper in history, paying Rome for his signing 67 million pounds (73 euros) for six seasons. A year and a half later they can be cheap. Liverpool, who had just lost the 2017-18 Champions League final against Real Madrid and the focus on the mistakes of the then goalkeeper, Karius, who opted for the game, is the current champion of the competition. The one that won precisely in the Wanda Metropolitano on June 1 against Tottenham.