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Samantha Akkineni stands out with her chic and comfort look for her Maldives vacation with Naga Chaitanya : Bollywood News

South Indian actors Samantha Akkineni and Naga Chaitanya jetted off to Maldives recently to bring in the latter’s birthday. Several celebrities have already headed to the island country for a vacation making it the most preferred holiday destination among film personalities post the lockdown.

Samantha Akkineni stands out with her chic and comfort look for her Maldives vacation with Naga Chaitanya Samantha Akkineni has also been updating her Instagram feed with pictures from her getaway with her husband. While several other actors brought out their bikini during their time at the beach, flaunting their figures, actress Samantha opted for a chic and comfort look for her vacation.

She first posted a picture of herself dressed in a flowy full length floral dress perfect for a vacation by the se. She completed the look with a hat. In another post, she was seen posing by the sea in a similar outfit with a different print.

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Samantha also sported a short red and white striped dress with a deep neck for one of her day outing in the island country. Take a look:

Samantha has also been sharing pictures from the activities they’ve been enjoying during their stay including scuba diving and going cycling around the town. While going cycling, Samantha opted for a complete chic look with a pink crop top and denim shorts paired with her holiday hat.

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On Tuesday, she took to her Instagram stories and shared a selfie of her enjoying her time in the bathtub wearing a bikini top.

Samantha Akkineni stands out with her chic and comfort look for her Maldives vacation with Naga Chaitanya

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‘Gold star’ is cold comfort in hotel quarantine outbreak

A ”back of house” worker at the Peppers hotel inadvertently has been at the epicentre of the latest outbreak. Professor Spurrier said on Monday the oversight at the ”medi-hotels” in Adelaide was by both SA Health and the SA Police with police and nurses on site. But there were private security guards involved along with staff employed directly by the hotels.

The “Parafield” cluster in Adelaide’s outer northern suburbs first emerged publicly on Sunday afternoon, with the focus on an 80-year-old woman who had fallen ill and went to the emergency department of the Lyell McEwin Hospital at Elizabeth after 5.30pm on Friday. Her positive COVID-19 test was one of three local transmission cases first revealed by Professor Spurrier.

Growing list of venues

The two others were from the same family. The 80-year-old, who is now in hospital in a stable condition, is the mother of a hotel worker from the Peppers hotel. The hotel worker’s partner, who has also tested positive, worked at the Yatala Labour Prison in the northern suburb of Northfield. The duo are described as a man in his 60s and a woman in her 50s.

But by Monday morning the COVID cluster had expanded to 17, with 15 of them from the same family. By mid-afternoon, thankfully, the cluster remained at 17 in an update by Professor Spurrier.

Two are from outside the family. SA Health by late Monday morning put out an extensive list of shopping centres, bus routes, two schools, a swimming centre and a Hungry Jack’s fast food restaurant at Port Adelaide as among the places where those who had now tested positive had been since November 7. It was added to in increments on Monday afternoon, with petrol stations and supermarkets joining an ever-growing list.

The eerie similarities between the Melbourne COVID-19 outbreak, which began in a quarantine hotel although through different circumstances, left many people simply shaking their heads that the virus had escaped into the wider community, given all the pain and angst the Victorian capital had endured.

When the Melbourne lockdowns began in the second wave of COVID-19, other airports, including Adelaide’s, all stepped up the number of repatriation flights landing in their jurisdictions because Melbourne Airport was off limits as part of the battle to bring COVID-19 numbers down.

The number of COVID-19 cases in returned overseas travellers in Adelaide quarantine hotels had been on the rise in the past few weeks. Those repatriation flights to the city have been barred for at least a week. Victoria, however, is now down to just three active cases overall.

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Two charged after Brantford police called for armed man at Comfort Inn hotel

Two Brantford men are facing firearm charges after police were called about an armed man at a hotel Thursday afternoon.

The incident near King George Road and Wood Street sent St. Pius X School into hold and secure as a precaution as police investigated, Brantford police said.

Police were called to the Comfort Inn around 1 p.m. for a report of an armed man. On scene, officers evacuated the hotel and around 2:20 p.m. arrested two men. A gun and ammunition where seized.

Two Brantford men — a 32-year-old and a 34-year-old — face charges of possession of a firearm, possession of a firearm while prohibited, careless storage of a firearm, weapons dangerous to the public peace and carrying a concealed weapon. The 32-year-old faces an addition charge of failing to comply with a court order.

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