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They're the final two WEM attractions to reopen!
Two more attractions are reopening in the West Edmonton Mall and Albertans will be able to visit them in under a week's time.
World Waterpark and Galaxyland are reopening to the public on June 18, which means that all of the mall's attractions will be open as of that date.
Did you hear?! World Waterpark and Galaxyland are reopening on June 18th! We're also launching the Ultimate Dual… https://t.co/BdIfIQlinX— West Edmonton Mall (@West Edmonton Mall) 1623517036.0
Everyone has to wear a mask or face covering in all indoor spaces at West Edmonton Mall. According to CTV News, masks will be required to be worn in all non-aquatic areas of World Waterpark.
When that happens, all public health restrictions will be lifted except isolation requirements for people who test positive for COVID-19.
He was reportedly inside the whale's mouth for a "terrifying" 30 seconds.
It's not every day that someone can say they've experienced something biblical, but that's exactly what happened in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where a man was swallowed by a humpback whale.
According to the Cape Cod Times, Michael Packard went down to dive for lobsters on Friday, June 11, when he felt a massive shove and everything suddenly went black. Suddenly he realized he was inside the mouth of a whale.
Speaking to CBS Boston, Packard said he thought he was done for.
"I realized, 'Oh my god, I'm in a whale's mouth. I'm in a whale's mouth. And he's trying to swallow me," Packard said. "And I thought to myself, 'Okay, this is it. This is finally — I'm gonna die."
After 30 seconds trapped inside, Packard said the whale surfaced, shook its head and spat him back out. He was bruised up, according to CBS, and left the hospital with a limp.
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UEFA has confirmed that the player is stable and in hospital.
A game at the Euro 2020 Championship between Denmark and Finland has been postponed after a player collapsed on the field and medics had to perform CPR.
UPDATE: UEFA confirmed that Christian Eriksen has been transferred to hospital and stabilized. Eriksen is awake, according to the Danish football association, and the game is scheduled to resume later this afternoon.
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Eriksen, a midfielder for the Danish national team, collapsed with no other player around him while on the field during the match on Saturday, June 12.
Following the request made by players of both teams, UEFA has agreed to restart the match between Denmark and Finla… https://t.co/IPg6cYvSAr— UEFA (@UEFA) 1623521212.0
The game stopped and medics quickly came onto the field to help Eriksen, and cameras at the stadium showed the player receiving chest compressions.
Players from both teams could be seen crying and praying while medics were on the field. Eriksen was eventually removed after several minutes, leaving the pitch on a stretcher and with white sheets held up around him to block people's view.