CBA official: Tickets are expected to be refunded for all events starting February 1st

CBA official: Tickets are expected to be refunded for all events starting February 1st
The Beijing News CBA League officially announced this morning that all events from February 1 will be postponed.Fans who have purchased tickets for CBA leagues on and after February 1st can refund tickets through the continuous ticket sales channel.Dear CBA fans and friends: Recently, there have been many new coronavirus pneumonia outbreaks all over the country. In order to reduce the probability of spreading the outbreak and protect the health of the fans, athletes and staff, the CBA league arrangements are as follows:For all events.The CBA Alliance will re-publish the competition plan and schedule in official channels based on the actual situation of the epidemic situation and the opinions of the relevant competent authorities.Fans and friends who have already purchased tickets for CBA leagues on February 1st or later can refund the tickets through the continuous ticket sales channel, or wait for the CBA alliance to release the updated schedule to process the ticket exchange. The specific information is subject to the release of each club or ticket channel.The CBA League reminds fans and friends that they must put on masks when going out, wash their hands frequently, reduce parties and do not go to crowded areas.At the same time, the CBA Alliance pays tribute to all the staff who are fighting on the front line of epidemic prevention and control!Let us all come together, a doctorate in science, cheer for Wuhan, Wuhan will win!Also wish all fans and fans a safe and healthy New Year!Edited by CBA Alliance January 24, 2020

Wu Yanzu revealed that he suffered from appendicitis in the first half of the year and almost died because he did not seek medical treatment in time

Wu Yanzu revealed that he suffered from appendicitis in the first half of the year and almost died because he did not seek medical treatment in time
In the early morning of December 31, Wu Yanzu posted on social media that he had been hospitalized for a week due to appendicitis in the first half of this year, and his weight dropped by 18 pounds (approximately 8 kilograms).And showed the comparison chart before and after his illness.”I have to say that the second half of 2019 is better than the first half of the year.In January, my body was in the best condition of 40 years old, but in March, I was admitted to the hospital due to an appendicitis. I thought it was just food poisoning, so I waited three days before finally going to the hospital.It was purulent at that time, and I almost died.I stayed in the hospital for a week. I was banned from eating and my weight dropped by 18 pounds. Most of the muscles are also shown in the picture.After being discharged from the hospital, he could not practice for another six weeks.I spent the rest of my time regaining weight and regaining my body shape.”Wu Yanzu also used his personal experience to warn everyone,” This is a warning bell, don’t take health for granted.Health must be valued in 2020, because without health you will have nothing.If you have any physical problems, do n’t delay your visit to the doctor.”Sauna Night Network Editor Wu Dongni