La Administración Wolf da a conocer preguntas frecuentes actualizadas para la recreación, los campamentos y las piscinas de verano

first_imgLa Administración Wolf da a conocer preguntas frecuentes actualizadas para la recreación, los campamentos y las piscinas de verano Español,  Press Release,  Public Health En el día de la fecha, la Administración Wolf dio a conocer las preguntas frecuentes actualizadas (FAQ) sobre la recreación, los campamentos y las piscinas de verano. Las preguntas frecuentes originales se anunciaron el 22 de mayo para cubrir los campamentos y la recreación de verano. Las nuevas preguntas frecuentes las modifican y también suman información acerca de los grupos.“A medida que aprendemos más sobre la importancia del uso de máscaras y escuchamos las preguntas de los proveedores y los padres, actualizamos las preguntas frecuentes para que todas las personas involucradas en estos programas de verano comprendan la manera en que pueden operar”, dijo el Gobernador Tom Wolf. “Esperamos que esta guía actualizada ayude a todas las personas que participan en los programas de cuidado y recreación infantil en verano y que elimine parte del estrés y la preocupación asociados a la pandemia de COVID-19 y la manera en que afecta nuestras vidas cotidianas”.La guía se actualizó para reflejar la orden de la Secretaria del Departamento de Salud que exige el uso universal de máscaras. Las secciones nuevas de todas las preguntas frecuentes aparecen en texto rojo. También hay Preguntas frecuentes sobre la orden que exige el uso universal de máscaras que aportan más información al respecto.Los aspectos más destacados de las preguntas frecuentes revisadas sobre la recreación, los campamentos y las piscinas de verano incluyen:Con respecto a los deportes juveniles: Los entrenadores, atletas y espectadores deben usar máscaras a menos que estén al aire libre y puedan mantener un distanciamiento social constante de al menos seis pies. Los atletas no están obligados a usar máscaras mientras participan activamente en entrenamientos y competencias que impiden el uso de máscaras, pero deben usarlas cuando están en los laterales, en el banco, etc. y en todo momento que no sea posible mantener un distanciamiento social de seis pies.Con respecto al funcionamiento de los programas de verano: Si un programa de verano no tiene un sitio de Internet disponible al público, deben usarse medios alternativos para comunicar el plan de salud y seguridad a los padres y cuidadores, como enviar el plan por correo a todos las personas registradas o tener información escrita disponible en los lugares de entrada y salida.Con respecto a las máscaras para el personal y los participantes en los programas de verano para jóvenes: Todo el personal debe usar máscaras durante las operaciones de cuidado infantil y del programa de verano a menos que se ajusten a una de las excepciones incluidas en la Sección 3 de la Orden que exige el uso universal de máscaras de la Secretaria de Salud. Los programas de verano y el personal deben consultar la guía del Departamento de Salud sobre las máscaras hechas en casa.Las preguntas frecuentes cubren preguntas sobre la manera de priorizar los tiempos de uso de las máscaras, especialmente para los niños más pequeños; el tamaño y la forma adecuada de la máscara, y cómo el hecho de ofrecer a los niños recordatorios frecuentes e información sobre la importancia y el uso adecuado de las máscaras de tela pueden ayudar a abordar estos problemas. Con respecto a las máscaras en las piscinas: Las personas no deben usar máscaras de tela mientras realizan actividades que pueden hacer que la tela se moje, como cuando se nada en la playa o en la piscina. Una máscara de tela húmeda puede dificultar la respiración. Para actividades como la natación, es sumamente importante mantener la distancia física de los demás cuando se está en el agua. Las personas deben usar máscaras mientras están fuera del agua y mantener la distancia social de al menos 6 pies de otras personas que no son parte de su grupo familiar.View this information in English. July 09, 2020 SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Holcomb announces appointments reappointments to state boards and commissions

first_imgIndianapolis, In. — Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced several new appointments and reappointments to various state boards and commissions.Governor’s Council for People with DisabilitiesThe Governor appointed the following members to the council, with terms expiring April 30, 2021:Beth DeHoff (Plainfield), family support coordinator with IU Health Physicians, will join the council.Jennifer Noffsinger (Goshen), staff with the Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds, will join the council.The Governor also appointed the following members to terms expiring Dec. 31, 2021:Jim Aegerter (Greenwood), representing individuals with disabilities, will join the council.Brandy Dickerson (Indianapolis), retention specialist with Easterseals Crossroads, will join the council.Drew Dietrick (Indianapolis), production control analyst with the Marion County Board of Voter Registration, will continue his service on the council.Ledrena Girton (Indianapolis), personal care attendant with QRL, will join the council.Ayden Jent (Indianapolis), public information officer with the City of Indianapolis, will join the council.Amanda Moore (Fishers), director of leadership development with YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, will join the council.Angela Vandersteen (Greenwood), business development manager for Tangram, Inc., will join the council.Indiana Law Enforcement Training Academy BoardThe Governor appointed the following members to the board:Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin (Ora) will join the board. His term will expire Dec. 31, 2022.Chief Patrick J. Flannelly (Lafayette) will join the board. His term will expire June 30, 2022.Morgan County Sheriff Rich Myers (Martinsville) will join the board. His term will expire Dec. 31, 2022.Vanderburgh County Sheriff Dave Wedding (Evansville) will join the board. His term will expire Dec. 31, 2022. Native American Indian Affairs CommissionThe Governor appointed the following members to the commission, with terms expiring Dec. 31, 2022:Scott Brewer (Granger), senior vice president of government affairs, community relations, and security with the Four Winds Casino Resort, will join the commission and will serve as chair.Felica Ahasteen-Bryant (Westfield), director of the Native American Educational & Cultural Center at Purdue University, will join the commission.Dorene Red Cloud (Indianapolis), assistant curator of Native American Art at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, will join the commission.Peter Magnant (Mooresville), retired, will continue his service on the commission.Paul Strack (Monroeville), retired, will continue his service on the commission.Sally Tuttle (Kokomo), retired, will continue her service on the commission. Soil Conservation BoardThe Governor appointed the following members to the board, with terms expiring Jan. 1, 2023:Amy Burris (Loogootee), farmer at Burris Family Farms, will join the board.Martin Chattin (Decker), president of Chattin Brothers, Inc., will continue his service on the board.Robert Eddleman (Indianapolis), associate supervisor for the Marion County Soil & Water Conservation District, will continue his service on the board. Spinal Cord & Brain Injury Research Fund BoardThe Governor made one new appointment to the board, with a term expiring Nov. 30, 2022:Annette Seabrook (Indianapolis), CEO at Community Rehabilitation Hospital North, will join the board. Statewide Independent Living CouncilThe Governor appointed the following members to the council, with terms expiring Dec. 31, 2021:Abagail Fleenor (Greensburg), volunteer with Life Church, will join the council.Joseph Gunn (Indianapolis), graduate student at Indiana University SPEA, will join the council.Erin Hall (Indianapolis), executive director of interagency relations and compliance with INDOT, will continue her service on the council.Theresa Koleszar (Indianapolis), director of FSSA’s Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, will join the council.Cynthia Rockwell (Wolcottville), retired attorney with Rockwell & Jansen, LLC, will continue her service on the council.Tammy Themel (Greenwood), CEO of accessABILITY Center for Independent Living, Inc., will join the council.Frederick Vaiana (Westfield), attorney with Voyles Vaiana Lukemeyer Baldwin & Webb, will continue his service on the council. Worker’s Compensation BoardThe Governor made one new appointment to the board, with a term expiring Jan. 1, 2023:Sandra O’Brien (Valparaiso), attorney with Mindel & Associates, will join the board.last_img read more

Here are the Saints’ options for Taysom Hill with another Drew Brees contract looming

first_img (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/3a/e5/taysom-hill-021920-getty-ftrjpg_r927tkr4itz11m0i5558i88e6.jpg?t=1582409768&w=500&quality=80 The last time we saw Taysom Hill in action, he was the Saints’ most versatile player in their wild-card playoff loss to the Vikings. He completed a 50-yard pass and rushed four times for 50 yards. He caught a 20-yard touchdown pass. He also played 27 snaps on special teams, making one tackle in kick coverage.With Drew Brees’ announcement this week of his 2020 return, it appears Hill is likely to play the same multi-faceted role in New Orleans for at least one more season — except as the No. 2 quarterback with a big raise in pay. Hill seems to be taking it all in stride knowing he probably will sign the one-year tender in New Orleans and patiently await his unrestricted free agent status in 2021. Then, if the 41-year-old Brees stays on again, Hill will have to look for an opportunity to start elsewhere in order to maximize his salary as an unrestricted free agent.”I’m so excited for Drew to come back,” Hill told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “He’s a friend, a great mentor to me. We’ll go through the restricted free agency process and see what happens but I would love to play with Drew again.”As far as being a franchise QB, I’ve played quarterback my entire life. All you can really hope for when you get in the NFL is that you have an opportunity to compete and be the guy for a franchise. That’s never changed for me. I still have that same vision and same goal. With coach Payton and his creativity the first few years of my career, it’s gone a different path but the vision for myself has never changed.”MORE FROM DIAMOND:What Tom Brady and the Patriots are thinkingHill came to the NFL after an injury-filled college QB career at BYU. As a senior, he had good rushing numbers (603 yards and 8 TDs) but lackluster passing stats (2,323 yards, 59.7 percent completion rate, 12 TDs, 11 interceptions) for the 9-4 Cougars. There was no great buzz about him entering the league in 2017, but he has become one of those stories everyone loves of an undrafted player who has made it big.Loomis and Payton had the insight to claim Hill off waivers when he was cut by the Packers. He played in seven games as a rookie special-teamer before Payton coached him up to become a multi-purpose phenom. It began with Hill as a wildcat QB, and in 2019 he emerged as a receiving threat with 21 catches for 259 yards and 7 touchdowns on top of his 206 rushing yards (including postseason). (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/13/ca/taysom-hill-021920-getty-ftrjpg_1rd3rkgsml1801svs3yn23x53b.jpg?t=1582330280&w=500&quality=80 Loomis likely has Sean Payton lobbying hard to keep Hill. The Saints coach loves how Hill’s strength, speed and athleticism allow for so much creativity on offense, not to mention Hill’s contributions on special teams.If Bridgewater is a hot commodity on the free-agent market as expected after winning all five games he started last season when Brees was out with a broken thumb, I think Loomis and Payton ultimately will decide it’s not worth losing Hill over the $1.389 million tender difference (less than 1 percent of the overall $200 million cap). That’s how I would handle Hill’s contract situation for 2020 only and then see how things play out with Brees.The amount of the first-round tender is not out of line for the quality No. 2 QB Hill appears to be, and it is reasonable pay for someone who just played 41 percent of the offensive snaps in a playoff game, producing 125 yards of total offense in that game. Plus, the Saints paid Bridgewater $7.25 million (plus incentives) last year as the No. 2 QB, so they can save more than $2.5 million with Hill in that role under the first-round tender and have the benefit of the many ways Hill helps the team. It also makes sense for Loomis to structure Brees’ new deal with a large signing bonus spread over several years in order to lower his cap number, thus creating room for Hill at the higher tender and for other signings.MORE: Ranking the top 50 free agents in 2020As a GM, I always put a lot of stock in our No. 2 QB and never was afraid to pay him top dollar for the role after seeing how important he is in the event of an injury to the starter. Whether it was Randall Cunningham stepping in when Brad Johnson was hurt and leading our 1998 Vikings to a 15-1 record (and winning league MVP honors in the process); or our Titans Super Bowl team in 1999, when Neil O’Donnell replaced an injured Steve McNair and won four of the five games he started. And Hill does so much more for the Saints than any No. 2 QB ever did for my teams when the starter was healthy.Loomis might be tempted to use the second-round tender as bait to get an offer due to the fact that the Saints traded away their No. 2 pick in April’s draft in a move-up deal to grab starting center Eric McCoy last year. GMs and scouts don’t like to enter a draft without their full arsenal of picks, but I see Loomis trying other avenues to get into the second round, such as dropping down from their No. 24 spot in the first. Unlike Teddy Bridgewater, who will be an unrestricted free agent in March, Hill will be tendered as a restricted free agent by the Saints with three seasons completed. With New Orleans tight against the salary cap (an estimated $9.3 million in cap room for 2020), Saints general manager Mickey Loomis has an interesting decision to make.MORE: Where will Bridgewater sign in free agency?Loomis could decide to put a first-round tender on Hill, which would basically take him off the market. It’s unlikely another team would give up its No. 1 pick if it put forth an offer sheet and Saints didn’t match. That first-round tender is projected to cost $4.667 million for one year.Or Loomis could try to save some cap space by placing a second-round tender on Hill at a projected $3.278 million, which would still be quite a raise from Hill’s $645,000 base salary in 2019. The lower tender could trigger an offer from another team, which New Orleans could match and keep Hill or let him leave for the second-round pick. The big question that lies ahead is whether the Saints or another NFL team views Hill, 29, as a future starting QB. I think we’re a year away from finding out, and I expect Payton to give him more snaps at QB to test opposing defenses and keep Brees fresh throughout the season. And Hill will continue to be a running and receiving threat while perhaps having fewer special teams duties to be sure he stays healthy as the No. 2 QB.Meanwhile, Saints fans should be able to enjoy watching the many ways Hill contributes to their winning team for at least one more season.Jeff Diamond is a former president of the Titans and former vice president/general manager of the Vikings. He was selected NFL Executive of the Year in 1998. Diamond is currently a business and sports consultant who also does broadcast and online media work. He makes speaking appearances to corporate/civic groups and college classes on negotiation and sports business/sports management. He is the former chairman and CEO of The Ingram Group. Follow Jeff on Twitter: @jeffdiamondNFL.last_img read more

Overachieving Global Cebu makes history

first_imgView comments It was a remarkable feat for the Philippines Football League side considering the fact that only 13 players traveled to Singapore after the squad was hit by injuries to key players.But that did not stop Singaporean coach Akbar Nawas’ side from making history as Roberts was once again on target with a couple of opportunistic strikes in each half, while Patrick Deyto proved his quality in goal with a string of impressive saves and an assist to his teammates’ match-winning strike.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogCeres-Negros and Meralco Manila, then known as Loyola Meralco Sparks, were eliminated in the semifinals of the tournament in recent years.Global reached the finals, five years after Meralco became the first Filipino club to be invited to the tournament. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Grand Slam turns into a Grand Slump Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson MOST READ In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson “We won despite all the problems and it showed the great character of the team,” said Nawas, who missed Misagh Bahadoran and Amani Aguinaldo due to injuries.Global defender Dennis Villanueva was sent off in the 70th minute for a second booking after fouling Fumiya Kogure. But Roberts took his chance two minutes later.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next How to help the Taal evacuees Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up DAY6 is for everybody Playing the last 20 minutes with only 10 men, Global Cebu stunned Hougang United, 2-1, last Saturday to become the first Philippine club to reach the finals of the Singapore Cup at Hougang Stadium in Singapore.Former Trinidad and Tobago international Darryl Roberts reprised his heroics from the first leg, scoring both goals again as Global completed a 4-3 aggregate victory against the S-League side and arranged a title clash with Albirex Nigata.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

ANGRY DONEGAL GARDAI TO OPPOSE PAY CUTS

first_imgRANK and file Gardai in Co Donegal are set to oppose proposed cuts to their pay.Representatives of local officers say any Government plans to further reduce wages further hit morale in the force.The union which represents them – the Garda Representative Association – will meet on Monday to discuss the proposals. The GRA said the government has presented a ‘menu’ of cost cutting measures and changes to working practices that will be outlined at our central executive committee meeting on Monday.GRA President John Parker said: “Gardaí are facing great financial hardship while continuing to provide great dedication and commitment to the community.“Our members cannot pay their loans and mortgages. This is not about choice; pay cuts are not an option.”  ANGRY DONEGAL GARDAI TO OPPOSE PAY CUTS was last modified: February 1st, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ANGRY DONEGAL GARDAI TO OPPOSE PAY CUTSdonegalGRAlast_img read more

IN PICTURES: DONEGAL’S WIN OVER KERRY AT MacCUMHAILL PARK

first_imgThat was a sore one! www.donegaldaily.comPICTURE SPECIAL: DONEGAL got back to winning ways in Ballybofey on Sunday afternoon.But how sad to see the Kingdom sink so low.The Kerrymen were never at the races as Jim McGuinness’s side strolled to an easy nine point win. All smiles at the end – www.donegaldaily.com From showman to snowman! Colm McFadden battles Kerry – and the elements All smiles in Ballybofey www.donegaldaily.com Murphy and McFadden in Ballybofey www.donegaldaily.com  Going for the point www.donegaldaily.com Who’s that coming over the Hill? www.donegaldaily.com It’s cold dad! Donegal have it all wrapped up! www.donegaldaily.com Fans in all weathers! www.donegaldaily.com Battling all the way in Ballybofey www.donegaldaily.com Enjoying Donegal’s victory www.donegaldaily.comA walk in the park for Donegal and their fans www.donegaldaily.com “The rugby was yesterday”!!! www.donegaldaily.com What’s the story Rory?….about ten points boss! Over and out for Kieran   IN PICTURES: DONEGAL’S WIN OVER KERRY AT MacCUMHAILL PARK was last modified: March 10th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more