Given that in the current period, while the corona virus epidemic reigns, a large number of people have decided to spend a period of isolation in their cottages and holiday homes, not counting how they can endanger and disrupt the entire system, it is necessary to keep records infection or self-isolation of individuals, inform the relevant institutions. The Tourist Board of the city of Makarska has published on its official website an invitation and appeal to the owners of holiday homes and apartments, but also for all citizens, to report all new visitors due to records of human movements and the danger of coronavirus spread: “Based on the instructions of the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Split-Dalmatia County, and with the aim of preventing further spread of the corona virus epidemic in the Split-Dalmatia County, we inform you that all visitors staying or planning to stay in apartments, houses or holiday apartments in our tourist area community, to be required to register in the eVisitor system, because it is a legal obligation that is especially important in this period, due to the need to record the movement of people and take appropriate measures. Source: Makarska Tourist Board Therefore, we appeal to all citizens to report any information, ie justified suspicion, about citizens who evidently do not comply with certain prescribed health surveillance measures or citizens who have recently crossed the state border and are not under health surveillance to the competent police. stations or call the Coronavirus Call Center at 113 ″, is on the website of the Tourist Board of the city of Makarska.
The Federal government shutdown closed the Statue of Liberty. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has the New York budget $4.5 billion in the red, but he had proposed “providing state money” to keep it open.He continues to campaign with taxpayer money.Further, how does Cuomo just spend money that’s not budgeted with no legislative approval?It’s not state money. It’s taxpayer money.John MetalloAlbany More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFeds: Albany man sentenced for role in romance scamEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidation Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion
Jokowi instructed his Cabinet to impose stricter rules on large-scale physical distancing coupled with “civil emergency policies” in an effort to contain the worsening COVID-19 outbreak in a Cabinet meeting on Monday.Regardless, Yusri said the Jakarta Police together with the Indonesian Military (TNI), state-owned toll operator PT Jasa Marga and related institutions had conducted joint training in preparation for the worst-case scenario of Jakarta being under quarantine.He also stressed the importance of social distancing as stipulated in the National Police chief edict issued on Mar. 22, which prohibits any mass gatherings. (trn) Topics : Despite calls from President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to limit travel across regional borders in an effort to curtail the spread of COVID-19, there are not yet any restrictions on traveling into or out of Jakarta, according to the Jakarta Police.All toll roads in the city will continue to operate normally, Jakarta Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Yusri Yunus has said.”Jakarta hasn’t applied any regional quarantine, yet, so we are currently still disseminating information on social distancing. Any decision on a regional quarantine will be determined by the central government,” he told The Jakarta Post on Monday.
The Cardinals were scheduled to play host to Maine in the Sept. 3 season-opener — before the Black Bears and the Colonial Athletic Association announced they had suspended the fall sports season.Ball State’s road trips to Indiana and Michigan were canceled last week when the Big Ten opted to conduct a league-only schedule, a move that reportedly will cost the Mid-American Conference school almost $1.7 million in guaranteed money.If replacement teams cannot be lined up, the Cardinals would now open the season by hosting Wyoming on Sept. 26. Ball State still has eight league games on the schedule, too.___ Five more baseball players tested positive for COVID-19 in the past week, raising the total to 80 since testing started in late June. No further information was given about the two people who tested positive. They have been removed from the Hungaroring vicinity and isolated.F1 reported no positive cases from more than 8,000 tests carried out over the previous two races held in Austria at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. Personnel attending the races are tested every five days with results made public every seven days.There are two scheduled races at the British GP on Aug. 2 and Aug. 9.___ The soccer association did not say how many players or club staff members have become infected.The league had been scheduled to resume later in the day after a four-month suspension caused by the pandemic. San Lorenzo was to play General Diaz.Guarani was scheduled to play Guaireña on Saturday and 12 de Octubre was to play Sol de America.Club executives are expected to meet later in the day to discuss whether other matches will go forward.Paraguay has done comparatively well in combating the virus. Only 27 people in the country of almost 7 million residents have died with the virus of about 3,300 infected. The world triathlon championships will be staged this year but it’s unclear where and when.The worlds were originally scheduled to take place in August at the Edmonton world series grand final but they were canceled in April because of the coronavirus pandemic. The governing body of the sport now says a 2020 worlds can go ahead after recommendations from athletes and coaches and talks with national federations.World Triathlon also canceled three World Cups in Brazil and China.World Triathlon says it was forced to scrap two World Cups and three Asian Cups in China scheduled for September and October after the country’s government last week canceled all international sports for the rest of the year.___ The Latest: NHRA revises schedule yet again Series officials announced that the events scheduled for Morrison. Colorado, on Aug. 7-9 and Brainerd, Minnesota, on Aug. 14-16 will not take place because of the COVID-19 pandemic.The Indianapolis event replaces Morrison on the schedule and will host its third consecutive event with limited spectators, from Aug. 6-9. Qualifying will be broadcast by FS1 with the final round of eliminations airing on FOX. Indy also is scheduled to hold the U.S. Nationals in early September.The family that owns Bandimere Speedway in Morrison issued a statement saying it was “dedicated” to finding a new date later this season. Brainerd International Speedway owner Kristi Copham offered similar sentiments in her statement.“We are disappointed that we have to postpone our event,” she said. “But we hope that, by working closely with state and local authorities and NHRA, we can find a way to put on a nationals race later this season, especially for our fans, who deserve to enjoy a great weekend of NHRA drag racing. We appreciate everyone’s patience – our fans, vendors, staff and race teams — as we try to work through the issues that would allow us to hold the event, and we’re continuing to work hard on it every day.”The rest of the current schedule will remain unchanged, NHRA President Glen Cromwell said. ___The University of Michigan and Michigan State have announced has positive COVID-19 tests.Michigan says 121 tests were conducted those days on athletes, coaches and staff with four positives. To date, the athletic department has reported 635 tests with eight positives. All the positive tests have been on athletes.Michigan State announced it conducted testing on 38 athletes Monday, with three positives. None of the three people had taken part in workouts in the last two weeks. Three additional athletes will need to quarantine for 14 days, since they are roommates of the positive individuals. There were also 27 athletic department staff members who were tested July 13, with one person testing positive. The school said the staff member does not work with the programs back on campus and had no exposure to athletes.___ Southeastern Conference schools will honor the scholarships of athletes who opt not to participate in fall competition because of concerns about COVID-19.The league announced the decision Friday, saying the athletes will remain in good standing with their team. SEC’s Presidents and Chancellors voted unanimously on the issue based on a recommendation of the league’s athletic directors.The SEC hasn’t announced plans for football and other fall sports yet. The league said it will determine later if the policy should be extended at least to the spring semester___Ball State athletic department officials are looking to fill three open dates on the school’s football schedule after losing its third non-conference game. July 17, 2020 More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Associated Press ___Indiana University has put its voluntary football workouts on hold after six participants tested positive for COVID-19 this week.Athletic department protocols require each person with a positive test to self-isolate until further notice as contract tracing begins. Anyone deemed to be in close contact with someone who has tested positive also will be quarantined.Coach Tom Allen said earlier this summer that he would mix up the workout groups in an attempt to prevent the spread of the illness. He wanted to keep roommates in the same groups while splitting up position groups to avoid losing too many players.School officials say the pause will not impact voluntary workouts for other teams on campus. Players in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and field hockey are all participating in voluntary workouts in Bloomington. The Atlantic 10 Conference is postponing its fall sports season, which includes soccer, cross country, field hockey and women’s volleyball. The conference announced it will try to play those sports in the spring semester, and has agreed to a “look-in” window during September to evaluate whether it is possible to conduct shortened, conference-only seasons in fall sports.___The restart of the Paraguayan soccer league has been called off after three teams came down with cases of the coronavirus.The Paraguayan soccer association says Guarani, 12 de Octubre and San Lorenzo cannot play and train until another medical examination is held. Major League Baseball and the players’ association said six of 10,548 samples were new positives in the week ending Thursday, a rate of 0.05%. In addition to players, one staff member tested positive.The week included a five-day span with no new positive tests. Including the initial intake screening that started in late June, 93 of of 21,701 samples have resulted in new positives, a rate of 0.4%. The positives included 80 players and 13 staff members. ___Formula One says two people tested positive for the coronavirus in the latest batch of tests carried out before the Hungarian Grand Prix.F1 said 4,997 tests for COVID-19 were carried out from July 10-16 ahead of Sunday’s race outside of Budapest. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The NHRA has revised its schedule yet again, postponing its next two stops until further notice while adding a fourth race in the Indianapolis area. ___Sporting events in England could be opened up to spectators starting in October.No fans have been allowed at stadiums since sports resumed in the country in June after a three-month shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says “from October we intend to bring back audiences in stadia … in a COVID-secure way subject to the successful outcome of pilots.”___
Football 101 for Women will return for its ninth edition — this time, in an exciting new partnership with the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center.Football 101 provides women with the chance to learn about the game, rub shoulders with Badger players and coaches and help assist the UW Carbone Cancer Center in the fight against cancer. Attendees will have the opportunity to get out on the field and participate in drills with UW coaches and players, have a question-and-answer session with players and a tour of Camp Randall Stadium. NBA: Bucks match-up with injury-ridden Celtics in first round of playoffsThe Milwaukee Bucks will face the Boston Celtics in the first of a best-of-seven-games series this Sunday afternoon in Boston. Read…Football 101 for Women has been a great success in its first eight years, selling out each time. Last year’s event saw 300 women participate and more than $54,000 raised. This year’s event will be held Wednesday, June 20 at Camp Randall Stadium and registration is currently open with tickets available for $90.It’s an annual event many eagerly mark down on their calendars, and not only the women. It excites many within UW football and the wider community as well. “This has become something our players and staff look forward to every year,” UW head coach Paul Chryst said when speaking to UW Athletics. “It’s a fun time for everyone, but what really makes it great is the chance to team up with Carbone to make a real impact on people in our community who are affected by cancer.”How three-point shot came to be, according to Bo RyanBasketball ebbs and flows. The style of play has changed so much over the years that a game from 1960s Read…UW Carbone Cancer Center Outreach Specialist Danielle Falcone said Chryst had a big part to play in the formation of this partnership.“Coach Chryst and his wife Robyn are the two that are spearheading it, and they’re just looking to keep the funds in the university and build the relationship with another university organization,” Falcone said.The UW Carbone Cancer Center is the only National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center in the state of Wisconsin. This means they are involved in a wide range of aspects relating to cancer. Some of their work includes outreach and fundraising, patient treatment and care, as well as research such as clinical trials and pilot programs, which are conducted by their physicians and researchers. Carbone also has a number of accolades for contribution to cancer research, including the first non-twin bone marrow transplant Dr. Fritz Bach conducted in 1968. “So even though the money is staying local, and feels like its just helping local people, it really has a global impact on cancer research,” Falcone said. In addition to the support and fundraising it will provide for women’s cancer research, Carbone sees other benefits in forming a connection with UW football.“It’s appealing to us because they have such a wide reach, it’s a demographic we don’t usually get to tap into,” Falcone said. “Hopefully, it draws us a younger demographic.”Bo is back: talking Coaches vs. Cancer, Badger BasketballFor almost 15 years, Coach Bo Ryan was at the helm of the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team. Over Read…As is the case for most fundraising events, sponsorship is at the center of the effort. Football 101 for Women needs the support of local business to push the fundraising drive. Business can be involved at different levels of sponsorship and Falcone said there have already been many businesses reaching out to be involved.“It’s been an overwhelmingly positive response about sponsorship so far,” Falcone said.Along with the sponsorship from local businesses, this year will also see individuals encouraged to do their own fundraising for the first time. “We really want the attendees to gauge their networks and get a couple extra bucks to go to the Cancer Center and hopefully that will raise the bottom line for us a little bit,” Falcone says. With just more than two months to go before event day, there have already been more than $8,000 raised, a sign Football 101 for Women is on its way to another successful installment.