Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp 14 more people have died from Covid-19 in the Republic, while an extra 212 cases have been confirmed.It brings the death toll here to 85.The number of confirmed cases now stands at 3,447, 63 of them in Donegal.Earlier today, 103 new positive cases were confirmed north of the border, along with two more deaths.That brings the death toll from Covid-19 on the island of Ireland to 115.***************Statement in full -The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been informed that 14 patients diagnosed with COVID-19 in Ireland have died.· 10 deaths located in the east, 4 in the South· The patients included 7 females and 7 males.· 8 patients were reported as having underlying health conditions.There have now been 85 COVID-19 related deaths in Ireland.The median age of deaths in Ireland is 82.The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has been informed of 212 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland, as at 1pm, Wednesday 1st April.There are now 3,447 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland.The HSE is now working to identify any contacts the patients may have had to provide them with information and advice to prevent further spread.Today’s data from HPSC, as of midnight, Monday 30th March (2,990 cases), reveals:· 48% are male and 50% are female, with 134 clusters involving 563 cases· Median age of confirmed cases is 48 years· 834 cases (28%) have been hospitalised· Of those hospitalised, 126 cases have been admitted to ICU· 752 cases (25%) are associated with healthcare workers· Dublin has the highest number of cases at 1,645 (55% of all cases) followed by Cork with 255 cases (8%)· Of those for whom transmission status is known: community transmission accounts for 60%, close contact accounts for 21%, travel abroad accounts for 18%Research conducted on behalf of the Department of Health shows that 65% of people in Ireland are engaging in digital interactions with family and friends.The nationally representative online survey of 1,270 adults conducted today, and which will be conducted twice weekly, reveals:· 89% believe current social distancing measures are appropriate· 94% are confident in their ability to adhere to new restrictions· 85% feel they have adapted to changes since COVID-19 and know the steps to take if they develop symptomsDr. Ronan Glynn, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, said; “Our research suggests that 1 in 3 people are worried about their health, with 3 out of 4 worried about the health of their families and friends.“People are taking action to look after their wellbeing. Two thirds of people are conversing with family and friend’s by using phone and internet.“Restrictions do not mean you stop maintaining your relationships or your health. Adapt your hobbies; go for walks, exercise and do the things that maintain wellbeing within the limits of physical distancing and public health advice.“I can confirm that expanded contact tracing for all confirmed cases for the 48 hours prior to the onset of symptoms, as decided by National Public Health Emergency Team will commence this week. This will reduce transmission of the virus.”Dr. Colm Henry, Chief Clinical Officer, HSE said; “The public health messaging remains the same for all patients awaiting testing. Assume you have COVID19 and isolate. Each and everyone of you can break the chain of transmission of the virus, save lives and reduce illness among vulnerable groups.”Department of Health’s COVID-19 Information Dashboard; providing latest case information. DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Twitter Twitter Facebook Homepage BannerNews By News Highland – April 1, 2020 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ Previous articleEvening News, Sport and Obituaries on Wednesday April 1stNext articleMc Hugh welcomes initiative to re-assign SNAs News Highland 14 more Covid-19 deaths brings national death toll to 85 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
The workshop is intended for managers and employees of museum institutions and other cultural institutions such as visitor and interpretation centers, tourist guides and guides in protected areas, leaders of tourist boards, heads of travel agencies and anyone who wants to learn how to contribute to creating a sustainable destination. special contents and programs in the field of interpretation of natural and cultural heritage and tourism experiences. Cultural and natural heritage can be a source and means of community life, but in order to be sustainable, people need to be introduced to the tools that will help them do so. For this reason, Vinkovci and Vukovar host the educational workshop “Interpretation of heritage for sustainable tourism development.” The organizers of the workshop are the Association of Tourist Guides of Vukovar and the Croatian Association for Heritage Interpretation – Interpret Croatia, partners in the project “Interpretation of Heritage for Sustainable Tourism Development” which was approved for funding in the tender of the Ministry of Tourism “Public tender for co-financing or catering in 2019 ”. Source / photo: Croatian Heritage Interpretation Association The development of sustainable tourism is one of the strategic goals of the Republic of Croatia, including the continental part of Croatia. If we want a sustainable and quality future, we need to educate the community that lives there.
RelatedPosts Lisbon to host Champions League final Ronaldo’s mother suffers stroke in Portugal CR7 gets 10-year UAE Gold Card visa Two-time African champions Nigeria will begin their campaign at this year’s FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup finals in Paraguay when they clash with world number two Portugal in Asuncion on Friday.This year’s finals will hold at the Los Pynandi World Cup Stadium – named after the Paraguayan national beach soccer team – and located at the headquarters of the Paraguayan Olympic Committee in Greater Asuncion.Nigeria earned a ticket to feature at the 16-team World Cup finals after finishing second at the CAF Beach Soccer Cup of Nations held in Egypt in December 2018.Champions Senegal is the other team flying Africa’s flag in Paraguay.This year’s finals will kick off on Thursday and end on December 1.Nigeria’s delegation of players and team officials flew out of the country on November 8 in order to participate in an eight-nation pre-competition tournament that took place in Asuncion from November 12 to 16.The Supersand Eagles defeated the Tahiti national team 9-4 during the pre-tournament event, after losing 3-7 to host Paraguay.On Monday this week, Coach Audu ‘Ejo’ Adamu and his wards moved into their Dazzler Hotel World Cup accommodation in Asuncion, and have been training hard as they countenance an interesting encounter with the world number two team on FridayNigeria, winners of the African title in 2007 and 2009, and quarterfinalists at the World Cup in 2007 and 2011, will campaign in a fierce Group D that also has world number one team, Brazil, and Oman, ranked number 14 in the world.Nigeria is ranked 21st in the world.Host nation Paraguay will tackle Japan in the tournament opening game on Thursday.After their first game against Portugal on Friday, the Supersand Eagles take to the beach against Oman on November 24 and then against Brazil two days later.Head Coach Adamu has listed veterans Abu Azeez and Victor Tale in his final squad of 12, with Emmanuel Ohwoferia, Emeka Ogbonna, Godspower Igudia, Dami Paul and Taiwo Adams also in.Godwin Tale (Victor’s younger brother), Egan-Osi Ekujimi, Babatunde Badmus, Godwin Iorbee and Hameed Kareem are the other names on the list.Tags: FIFA Beach Soccer World CupPortugalSupersand Eagles
We needed to get one more Seattle pass-catcher in this construction (you could play a kicker if you so prefer). Hollister’s price has dropped a bit from a few weeks ago, which wouldn’t have happened if Wilson hit him on an easy touchdown a week ago. So, we’ll take the perceived drop in performance at value.FLEX: WR Olabisi Johnson, Vikings ($2,600)Adam Thielen’s already been ruled out for Monday night, so Johnson is a bargain as the No. 2 Vikings WR for at least another week. DraftKings Showdown Picks: Seahawks vs. VikingsCAPTAIN (1.5x points, 1.5x price): WR Tyler Lockett, Seahawks ($14,400)We’re not really sure why Lockett is priced lower than Stefon Diggs, but the Lockett connection with Russell Wilson is too good to ignore in this single-game slate. There’s so much floor for Lockett with his shorter receptions, and he has a shot to get over the top a few times, too.FLEX: RB Dalvin Cook, Vikings ($11,800)With a Seahawks-heavy lineup construction, we had to make a call between Cook and Kirk Cousins. It didn’t make sense to play Cousins without having room for Diggs, so we’ll take the basically automatic 20 quality touches from Cook. FLEX: QB Russell Wilson, Seahawks ($10,800)Wilson is in the MVP conversation for a reason, and it would be silly not to stack him when we use his top receiver as our captain.FLEX: RB Rashaad Penny, Seahawks ($5,400)Penny might be popular at this price, although the remaining uncertainty around his new role might keep him from being hammered too hard. No one else at this price has the chance for 12-15 touches. FLEX: TE Jacob Hollister, Seahawks ($4,800) Seahawks vs. Vikings pits two teams near the top of the NFC against each other on Monday Night Football. Adam Thielen’s already been ruled out, but most of the other stars look like solid options in NFL DFS action. Our DraftKings Showdown lineup takes a Seattle-heavy approach, counting on Russell Wilson and Tyler Lockett to deliver in tournaments for us. The Lockett-Wilson stack is supplemented by Rashaad Penny and Jacob Hollister, while we’re still able to fit Dalvin Cook along with Olabisi Johnson at a value with Thielen out.
Tags: Nations Cup, Women Three internationals will represent England in the Nations Cup at the Portuguese women’s amateur championship.They are Annabell Fuller of Surrey (pictured), Lily May Humphreys of Essex and Sophie Lamb of Lancashire.The championship will be played at the West Cliff Golf Resort from 24-27 January 2018, with the Nations Cup team event taking place alongside the first three rounds. The best two scores from three will count each day.The players 12 Dec 2017 England internationals aim for team title Annabell Fuller, 15, (Roehampton) is the English U16 girls’ champion and the girls’ winner of the Telegraph Vitality junior golf championship. She was runner-up in the Annika Invitational Europe, after a play-off, and third in the European Young Masters.Lily May Humphreys, 15, (Stoke by Nayland) holds a trio of top titles after winning the British girls’, the English women’s and the European Young Masters championships. She was seventh in the world junior girls’ championship.Sophie Lamb, 20, (Clitheroe) won the Smyth Salver as the low amateur at the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Kingsbarns, Scotland, and helped England successfully defend the European women’s team championship. She is a past winner of the British women’s stroke play championship.Image copyright Leaderboard Photography
Facebook2Tweet0Pin0Submitted by The Washington Center for the Performing ArtsMeow Meow, scheduled to perform on April 4, has been cancelled. According to Executive Director Jill Barnes, “The artist is currently in Paris, and combined with the current realities of Washington State and the recent travel ban from Europe, Meow Meow will not be able to perform in Olympia.”The Health and safety of our patrons is always a top priority. We are closely monitoring the recent outbreak of COVID-19, and are committed to keeping the community informed about actions we are taking to prevent its spread.Increased sanitation practices have been implemented for all areas of the theater. This includes frequent disinfecting of high-use areas such as theater seats, restrooms, door handles, hand rails, and elevator buttons. Hand sanitizer will be available at main entrances to the lobby and theater spaces. We also encourage staff, volunteers, and patrons to stay home if they are unwell.The Washington Center will be keeping our community informed as quickly as possible regarding show cancellations due to COVID-19 and Governor Inslee’s mandate for immediate prohibition around public gatherings and events. Ticket holders will be emailed directly with show specific details.Please visit our website for daily performance and event updates www.washingtoncenter.org or call the Box Office at 360-753-8586.