case rate per 100,000 population case rate per 100,000 population aged 60 years and over percentage change in case rate per 100,000 from previous week number of people tested and weekly positivity NHS pressures by Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) The data includes: More detailed epidemiological charts and graphs are presented for areas in very high and high local COVID alert level areas.See the detailed data on hospital activity.See the detailed data on the progress of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Port Authority of Split in coordination with the associated port offices (Omis, Baska Voda, Makarska, Podgora, Igrane Milna, Bol, Jelsa, Hvar O. Solta, Pakleni islands, Trogir, Krknjaši, Maslinica) carried out an action of enhanced maritime traffic control, code name “SAFE NAVIGATION 2017”.The intensified surveillance action was held yesterday, August 2, when the officers of the Split Harbor Master’s Office conducted 10.00 inspections between 19.00:62 and 41:17, which included four ships, XNUMX domestic boats and yachts, and XNUMX foreign boats and yachts.Kako ističu iz Lučke kapetanije Split, poduzetom akcijom pojačanog nadzora zabilježen je ukupno 31 pomorski prekršaj za što su naplaćene kazne u iznosu 39.886,00 kuna, uz četiri izrečene opomene prema prekršiteljima. “Naplaćeni prekršaji u najvećem dijelu odnose se na glisiranje zbog čega je sankcionirano 8 sudionika u pomorskom prometu, jedna prekršajna kazna izrečena je zbog brze vožnje u luci, zbog prekomjernog ukrcaja putnika 17 prekršaja, zbog nedostatka člana posade 3 prekršaja, a zbog neposjedovanja propisane dokumentacije na plovilima sankcionirane su dvije osobe.” They point out from LKS and add that the implementation of the action of enhanced safety control of navigation will continue in the period of increased maritime traffic (during the tourist season), primarily in order to intervene in maritime accidents and incidents, ie to sanction violators.
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It is traditional for most nations competing at the Olympics to have a hospitality ‘house’, where they promote their country and hold parties for winning athletes.Gon Matsunaka, the head of Good Ageing Yells, one of the organizations supporting the project, said Japan lags behind many other developed nations when it comes to LGBTQ rights.”Many people might think that Japan is a human rights defender, but actually there are no laws to protect LGBTQ people,” Matsunaka told Reuters via email.”Society is filled with prejudice, discrimination and harassment towards LGBTQ community.” Tokyo will open Pride House, Japan’s first permanent such center, next month to raise awareness of LGBTQ rights before and during the rearranged Olympic Games in 2021.Although there have been similar initiatives before previous Games, organizers said Pride House Tokyo, which will open its doors on International Coming Out Day on October 11, is the first to get official International Olympic Committee backing.”Pride House Tokyo aims to educate the world and also Japan of the difficulties the LGBTQ community has playing and enjoying sports … while helping create a safe space for the community too,” Pride House Tokyo said in a statement on Monday. “While we have to change the sports arena, we also hope Pride House Legacy can help change society as a whole as well.”Gay marriage is illegal in Japan and although about two dozen cities, towns and wards issue same-sex partnership certificates, they lack legal standing and prejudice persists.Fumino Sugiyama, a former fencer for the Japanese national team who now identifies as a man, said little had changed in 15 years since retiring from professional sport.”Even now looking around, there are few LGBTQ athletes that live their lives openly and that is the reality here in Japan,” Sugiyama told a news briefing to launch Pride House Tokyo. Topics :
BIG MAN INTERCEPTIONS>>>>>>>📺 @espn🖥 https://t.co/KmYoM9yc8e pic.twitter.com/a9bLf1UkWd— XFL (@xfl2020) March 9, 2020ESPN sideline reporter Molly McGrath caught up with Howard soon after the play, and she had one specific request: keep the language clean. Reggie Howard with another memorable sideline interview. He wasn’t listening to Molly tho about the cursing. Lmaooooo #XFL pic.twitter.com/UIXADZwU7T— Renato (@RPMSports18) March 9, 2020″Please no cursing,” Molly McGrath urges. “Please no cursing.” (It seemed like more of a prayer for herself than it was a request, actually.)After Howard mimics a bleeping sound, he answers McGrath’s question — and doesn’t follow her instructions at all. Judging by the shocked look on McGrath’s face, her quick exit of and the censoring of Howard’s answer, it’s safe to say that the big man let a few profanties rip in the short-lived interview.Let’s take a guess at what Howard said here: “Stacy forever! That’s her, serious!” (Maybe he’s a fan of Stacy’s Pita Chips? Or “Stacy’s Mom” by Fountains of Wayne?)”Stetson fever! Love horses!””Seven figures! That’s happiness!”On a serious note, the access that reporters have had during this season of the XFL has been something refreshing for football, but it hasn’t been without its faults; While the emotion from the players, often pure and unadultered, is greatly appreciated for the viewer, it can really put reporters in tough spots. Generally, those reporters have done a really good job, with McGrath an example of that professionalism.It’s one thing to catch a coach at the end of a half, who are usually measured in their words and give the viewer nothing. But speaking with players after big plays — good or bad — can lend those situations to viral moments. No exception. Still, this is clean, family programming, dag gummit! Reggie Howard is no good at following directions, apparently.The 6-3, 290-pound D-lineman hasn’t been shy to fun sideline conversations this season, with Sunday’s Wildcats vs. Vipers matchup no exception to that. Howard picked off Tampa Bay QB Taylor Cornelius and was clearly overcome with emotion.
COACHING STAFF SET TO GO WITH GUEST STARS, MYRON BROWN, OF THE MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES, AND GERALD WARRICK, OF THE HARLEM WIZARDS.To be honest, it wasn’t the same way he served up triple doubles to the teams that invaded Morrow Field House at Slippery Rock University that had a much different defensive game plan in mind…but to no avail.Some of you are too young to know, some of you are on the edge and kind of remember, many of you were like me and had the pleasure of seeing the one-man wrecking crew take flight in route to becoming the Rock’s greatest, all-time player. And yes, there have been some great ones.CAMP DIRECTOR COACH JAY LATIMER ARRIVES IN STYLE!The likes of Payton Tomlin, Jeff Lake, Mark Balbac, Larry Thompson, just to name a few. But none of them went on to become the conference all time leading scorer, university all time scorer, college All-American and Hall of Fame inductee as “Flyin’” Myron Brown did!How, you ask, does this tie into the 40th Annual Armon The Hammer “Hard Work” Basketball Camp? Well I’ll tell you. In his early days, Myron Brown was that camper. Obvious talent. Unlimited energy and an infectious smile.
Facebook58Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County Solid WasteWe all know the holidays are about family and spending time with loved ones. Sometimes though, it’s easy to lose sight of the bigger picture amidst the holiday shopping scramble, hosting relatives from near and far, and the desire to please even the most Grinch-like of guests. Added to all of the holiday stress is the fact that Americans throw away 25% more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day than they do during any other time of the year. The added food waste, shopping bags, packaging, wrapping paper and decorations add up to an additional 1 million tons of waste each week. That’s a lot of trash. There is another way.Give the gift of an experience, such as tickets or a season pass to a local theater. Photo courtesy Karen Crooks.Consider doing something a little different for the holidays this year by going green with these alternative gift ideas. They will help you generate less waste, connect with your community, and they may even spark your creativity.The gift of time or experience. Gifts of time and experience are a chance for the recipient to try something new and make memories that will last longer than a new pair of running shoes.Purchase a gift certificate to a new restaurant, or tickets to a sporting event, live music, or theater production.Offer up your time and share a skill such as canning, crafting, gardening, or music lessons.Sign someone up for a class they have been wanting to try, such as pottery, an instrument, or learning a new language.Homemade preserves are a gift from the heart that is sure to be appreciated (and consumed).Make it homemade. From food to crafts, homemade gifts are an affordable and creative way to add a personal touch to any gift.Homemade preserves are a delicious gift.Put together a cookbook full of family recipes.Make a special calendar with important family dates to remember and decorate with personal photos.Make and decorate a coupon book for services you can provide, such as babysitting or washing a car.Go with recycled or reusable gifts. For those friends and family who don’t mind re-gifting, the possibilities are endless!Pass along your favorite book.Shop at thrift stores for one-of-a-kind finds.Give a travel mug, reusable water bottle, or cloth sandwich bags that will help reduce future waste.Donate to a cause. Although there are plenty of things we all want, many of us are lucky enough to already have everything we need. Talk with your loved one to find a cause they care about and donate in their name.Creative, recycled or reusable gift wrap help reduce waste during the holidays.Alternative gift wrap. Ribbons and many wrapping papers aren’t recyclable. Instead consider these alternatives:Use newspaper or the comics page for an added touch of humor.Reuse gift boxes or bags from previous years.Make the wrapping a part of the gift by using a flower pot, basket, scarf, or cloth napkins.Skip the ribbons and use natural materials like dried flowers, tree boughs, or small pine cones.For even MORE information on greening your holidays, including green decorating ideas, tree recycling, and what to do with all of your holiday waste, visit our Waste-Free Holidays website at http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/solidwaste/holidays/holidays-home.htm.