Gobernador Wolf: Reapertura dirigida para el 8 de mayo en las regiones Centro-norte, Noroeste

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Español,  Press Release,  Public Health El enfoque por fases se basa en la seguridad y la cienciaHoy el Gobernador Tom Wolf presentó su plan detallado para la reapertura del Estado con un objetivo de inicio para el 8 de mayo. La administración clasificará la reapertura en tres fases de color rojo, amarillo y verde. Las fases se asignarán de acuerdo a las condiciones de un condado, condados o región.En primer lugar, la administración estudiará las condiciones en las regiones centro-norte y noroeste con el objetivo de pasar del rojo al amarillo el 8 de mayo. La semana próxima se realizará una supervisión adicional y se darán instrucciones.Para poder decidir cuándo pasar a una nueva fase, la administración utilizará las métricas del Departamento de Salud y una herramienta de información desarrollada por Carnegie Mellon University. El plan completo está disponible aquí.La fase roja, que actualmente corresponde a todo el estado, tiene el único objetivo de minimizar la propagación de la COVID-19 a través del estricto distanciamiento social, el cierre de las empresas que no son de soporte vital y de las escuelas, y la creación de protocolos de seguridad. Gobernador Wolf: Reapertura dirigida para el 8 de mayo en las regiones Centro-norte, Noroeste Las órdenes de mitigación agresiva se levantanTodas las personas deben seguir las guías de los CDC y del Departamento de Salud de Pennsylvania Restricciones sociales Todas las empresas deben seguir las guías de los CDC y del Departamento de Salud de Pennsylvania Restricciones sociales Las órdenes de quedarse en casa siguen vigentesLas grandes reuniones están prohibidasEl funcionamiento de restaurantes y bares se limita al consumo para llevar o para envíoSe recomienda viajar únicamente por motivos de soporte vital April 22, 2020 Work & Restricciones respecto del trabajo y la congregación Las restricciones de quedarse en casa se levantan en favor de una mitigación agresivaLas reuniones grandes de más de 25 personas están prohibidasLa venta minorista en persona está permitida; se prefiere la entrega en la acera y el envíoLos centros de recreación, centros de salud y bienestar (como gimnasios, spas) y todos los entretenimientos en interiores (como casinos, teatros) permanecen cerradosEl funcionamiento de los restaurantes y bares se limita al consumo para llevar o para envío Supervisar los indicadores de la salud pública, ajustar las órdenes y las restricciones según sea necesarioAsí como la administración adoptó un enfoque medido, condado por condado, para la orden de quedarse en casa antes de expandirla a todo el estado, hará lo mismo para aliviar las restricciones y reabrir el estado.La semana pasada, el Gobernador anunció por primera vez los estándares para la reapertura. Siguen siendo el punto focal para los planes integrales que se anunciaron hoy:El enfoque se basará en la información y dependerá de los criterios cuantificables para impulsar un enfoque regional dirigido y basado en evidencias para la reapertura de Pennsylvania.Habrá guías y recomendaciones para empleadores, individuos, centros médicos y proveedores para garantizar la rendición de cuentas a medida que reabramos.La reapertura exige que los equipos de protección personal adecuados y las pruebas de diagnóstico estén disponibles.La reapertura exige un programa de supervisión y vigilancia que permita al Estado desplegar medidas rápidas de contención o mitigación.Las protecciones para las poblaciones vulnerables deben permanecer firmes a través de todo el proceso de reapertura, como las limitaciones al número de visitantes en los servicios de atención conjunta y las prisiones.Las limitaciones a las grandes reuniones no relacionadas con las ocupaciones deben permanecer vigentes durante el proceso de reapertura.El Estado está colaborando con Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) para crear una herramienta de apoyo a la toma de decisiones basada en la información que permitirá un equilibrio entre maximizar el fortalecimiento de la economía y minimizar los riesgos para la salud pública. Esta herramienta ayudará a los funcionarios a comprender mejor la situación de salud y económica actual, así como los riesgos y los beneficios inherentes a la flexibilización de las restricciones por sector y región.No existe una herramienta o modelo único que pueda determinar la flexibilización de las restricciones o la reapertura, sino el Estado, a través de alianzas con Carnegie Mellon University y otras instituciones de educación superior, y los criterios establecidos por el Departamento de Salud, que tomará decisiones informadas en base a la información y la ciencia.Para poder determinar cuándo una región está lista para reabrir y volver a trabajar, el estado evaluará la tasa de incidencia de casos de COVID-19 per cápita, basándose en los distritos de salud regionales existentes utilizados por el Departamento de Salud de Pennsylvania. Una evaluación regional medirá los casos de COVID-19 para determinar si se cumplen las metas de un promedio de menos de 50 casos por cada 100,000 personas en el transcurso de 14 días. La administración trabajará codo a codo con los gobiernos locales y de los condados para permitir la reapertura de las comunidades y la transición del regreso al trabajo.A través de este proceso, la administración tendrá una guía para apoyar las mejores prácticas de salud pública con el fin de evitar estas consecuencias negativas. Esta guía reforzará y se basará en las órdenes de seguridad de empresas y edificios y se adaptará a la naturaleza cambiante de la pandemia, incluso a medida que aprendamos de la reapertura de las primeras comunidades.Ver esta página en inglés.center_img Restricciones sociales Solamente empresas que son de soporte vitalLas restricciones para los servicios de atención conjunta y las prisiones siguen vigentesLas escuelas (para la instrucción en persona) y la mayoría de los centros de cuidado de niños permanecen cerrados El teletrabajo debe continuar cuando sea factibleLas empresas con operaciones en persona deben seguir las órdenes de seguridad para las empresas y los edificiosEl cuidado de niños permanece abierto cumpliendo con las órdenes de seguridad de los trabajadores y de los edificiosLas restricciones para los servicios de atención conjunta y las prisiones siguen vigentesLas escuelas permanecen cerradas para la instrucción en persona Work & Restricciones respecto del trabajo y la congregación Amarillo Todas las empresas deben seguir las guías de los CDC y del DOH para el distanciamiento social y la limpiezaSupervisar los indicadores de salud pública, ajustar las órdenes y las restricciones según sea necesarioLa fase verde alivia la mayoría de las restricciones al levantar las órdenes de quedarse en casa y de cierre de empresas para permitir que la economía se reabra estratégicamente al tiempo que se continúa priorizando a la salud pública. Si bien esta fase coordinará el regreso a una “nueva normalidad”, será igualmente importante seguir supervisando los indicadores de la salud pública y ajustar las órdenes y las restricciones según sea necesario con el fin de garantizar que la propagación de la enfermedad se mantenga al mínimo. Verde Work & Restricciones respecto del trabajo y la congregación Reiterar y reforzar las guías de seguridad para empresas, trabajadores, individuos, instituciones y actualizar si fuera necesarioSupervisar los indicadores de la salud pública, ajustar las órdenes y las restricciones según sea necesarioA medida que las regiones o los condados pasen a la fase amarilla, algunas de las restricciones en el trabajo y la interacción social disminuirán mientras que otras, como el cierre de las escuelas, los gimnasios y otros centros de recreación bajo techo, igual que las limitaciones a las grandes reuniones, permanecerán vigentes. El objetivo de esta fase es reactivar la economía mientras se vigila de cerca la información sobre la salud pública con el fin de garantizar que la propagación de la enfermedad permanezca contenida en el mayor grado posible. Rojolast_img read more

Former Trinidad Police Service Commission boss appeals his dismissal

first_img 89 Views   no discussions NewsRegional Former Trinidad Police Service Commission boss appeals his dismissal by: – December 20, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Tweetcenter_img Share Share Nizam Mohammed insists he was not given reasonable opportunity to respond to the matters raised by the president, and had his appointment revoked several days later.PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Monday December 19, 2011 – The former chairman of the Police Service Commission who was fired in early April following controversial statements about the ethnic composition of the force has challenged the matter in court.Nizam Mohammed has filed a constitutional motion asking that the revocation of his appointment by President George Maxwell Richards be declared null and void.The former PSC boss argues that the president’s decision was due to political pressure and he did not have a chance to defend himself, according to the Trinidad Express newspaper.The Attorney General has been named as the defendant.Mohammed stated that comments concerning the ethnic composition of the top-most level of the Police Service and the Promotions Advisory Board of the Police Service should be protected by parliamentary privilege as they were made during a meeting of the Joint Select Committee appointed to consider and report to the Parliament on Service Commissions.Mohammed’s statements were denounced by the Office of the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition.In the suit, the former PSC chairman said both the opposition leader and Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar held separate meetings with the president.Mohammed explained that he subsequently met with President Richards who notified him of letters of complaint from three of his colleagues on the commission about his chairmanship.Mohammed insists he was not given reasonable opportunity to respond to the matters raised by the president, and had his appointment revoked several days later.Caribbean 360 Newslast_img read more

US senator tells Duterte admin: Give De Lima fair, public trial

first_img“I have always stood up for the right ofjournalists to report the news in the United States and around the world and noone can force me to stop standing up for their rights,” Leahy said. President Rodrigo Duterte has tasked theBureau of Immigration to bar Leahy and his colleague Sen. Dick Durbin fromentering the country for seeking the ban of Filipino officials behind thearrest of De Lima. If ever the US pushes through with theban on Filipino officials over De Lima’s case, Malacañang said Americansplanning to visit the Philippines would be required to secure a visa. Aside from De Lima, Leahy also expressedsupport for Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, who is facing libel and tax-relatedcharges along with her company. MANILA – United States Sen. PatrickLeahy has urged the Philippine government to provide Sen. Leila de Lima a fairand public trial with regards to the illegal drug trade charges against her. In a statement on Sunday, Leahy saidthat De Lima should be released from detention with the drug charges filedagainst her “politically motivated.” A provision in the US 2020 budget on“Prohibition on Entry” allows US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to bar foreigngovernment officials from entering the US if he has “credible information” ontheir involvement in the “wrongful imprisonment” of De Lima./PNlast_img read more

Batesville police investigate armed robbery at Great Clips

first_imgAuthorities released a surveillance photo.BATESVILLE, Ind. – Batesville police say an armed gunman held up Great Clips hair salon in Batesville Wednesday night.The armed robbery occurred around 8:50 p.m. and employees told police the man demanded money from the register and their cell phones.The suspect exited with an undetermined amount of cash and was last seen walking around the north side of the business.A K9 tracked the suspect a short distance but was unable to locate him.The white man is described as 5’8” to 6’0” weighing 165 to 175 pounds, wearing blue jeans a dark colored hoodie, a dark colored toboggan and a fake beard.Batesville Police Chief Stan Holt says the robbery may be connected to several others that have occurred at hair salons in the Tri-State since early summer.Anyone with information is urged to contact the police department at (812) 934-3131.last_img read more

Winning or Losing Plays in Basketball

first_imgMost people would say that missing a free throw late in the game is the most crucial reason for losing a game.  I disagree.  It is important, but maybe a play early in the game could change the outcome as well.Young teams need to get off to good starts.  If a player shoots a quick shot at the start of the game and misses it, it could put them on a losing track very early and they may never recover. This is a confidence factor.  A turnover at any point in a close game could be the deciding factor.A three-pointer at the buzzer is always important.  It is extremely important when it occurs right before the half.  Remember that momentum is a big part of every game.  Making big plays can occur any time in any quarter.  A break away dunk will excite the crowd and jack the players up for several minutes or maybe a whole quarter.So, as you see, a big play can change a game no matter when it happens!  That does not mean that the free throws at the end are not important.  They still are, but they might not be the most important.last_img read more

Area Boys Basketball Scores (2-1)

first_imgArea Boys Basketball ScoresThursday  (2-1)Batesville  62     South Dearborn  46East Central  87     Lawrenceburg  79Franklin County  58     North Decatur  39Jac-Cen-Del  64     South Decatur  45SW Hanover  65     South Ripley  38Milan  65     Rising Sun  55Rushville  63     Greensburg  60Christian Academy  71     Shawe Memorial  35Scottsburg  54     Switz. County  51Hauser  64     SW Shelby  33Morristown  79     Greenwood Christian  71Union County  63     Cambridge City Lincoln  38New Albany  102     Jennings County  52Seymour  37     Madison  33last_img

Zorg ground to host Simon’s Memorial cricket competition

first_imgA GRAND day of cricket matches will feature on Sunday, April 30, at the Zorg ground in South Essequibo, four male teams namely Invaders Masters, Wild Oats, Zorg SC and Simon’s XI. They will compete for cash incentives and trophies.In addition, a female exhibition match between Capoey All Stars and Zorg SC will be played in memory of Leyland Simon, Elvis Simon, Carlton Simon and Steffon Simon, all of whom were ardent supporters of the sport and who had contributed significantly towards uplifting the standard of the game, especially in Zorg on the Essequibo Coast.The male cricket will be a 10/10 softball knock-out affair while the female players will pad up and engage in a 15-overs hard ball match.According to organiser Trevis Simon, the activities have been undertaken by relatives as a tribute to the deceased and in recognition of their passion for the game and their association in promoting community development.He further disclosed that the event will become an annual feature which will seek to further promote and develop sports in the village as well as to harmonise the community and build healthier relationships among the villagers.The games will begin at 09:00hrs and will attract over $100 000 and trophies as prizes for the respective winners.Meanwhile some of the players will be former national T20 all-rounder Ramesh Narine, former national Under-19 batsmen Delon Heyliger and Vijay Surujpaul, along with former Essequibo Inter-county batsmen Dinesh Joseph, Rovendra Parasram, Narendra Mandolall and Latchmikhant Narine.Essequibo coach Forbes Daniels will also form part of the proceedings along with a special appearance from Regional Chairman Devanand Ramdatt who will give brief remarks and donate a trophy as well.The event will be attended by relatives and friends of the deceased and they will observe a minute’s silence, prior to the commencement of the anticipated exciting day of sports.(Elroy Stephney)last_img read more

Caz girls cross country eighth at ESM Invitational

first_img Tags: Cazenoviagirls cross country All seven of the girls in the varsity race reduced their times from last week as the team continued to show rapid improvement during the young season.Molly Hart led the squad with a 25th-place effort in 21 minutes, 36.4 seconds, setting personal bests for 5K time and speed rating for the second week in a row. Claire Braaten matched her effort, earning 40th place overall in 22:40 flat to beat her own personal best.With Senior Captain Isla Stover off for the day to take ACT’s, it was a chance for the Lakers’ younger runners to step up and fill the void. by Kurt WheelerThe Cazenovia girls cross country team battled to a strong eighth- place finish among 34 teams at last Saturday’s East Syracuse-Minoa Invitational.The Lakers were second among Class C teams in the field, with only Camden ahead of them as they finished second overall behind the perennial champion Fayetteville-Manlius squad.center_img Eighth-grade star Lauren McLean answered the call, running to a strong time of 23:08.2 (44th) in just her second varsity race. Sophomore Mary Williams had her best race of the fall, finishing in 23:45.4 (58th) to place fourth for the team while junior Mia Chesbrough rounded out the Cazenovia scoring with a time of 23:53.1(62nd), her fastest race ever.Freshman Finlay Stover (24:03.5, 65th) and Junior Maddie McGreevy (24:05.7, 66th) earned the critical sixth and seventh-place slots for the team, displacing runners from every team behind them in the meet to help assure their strong finish.Sophomore Emma Steinberg led the Junior Varsity team to a fourth place finish among 14 squads in their race, with only Class A powers F-M, Jamesville-DeWitt and Brighton ahead of them.Steinberg’s 25:12.5 effort was her best of the season. First-year harriers Melanie Michael (25:26.6) and Grace Dolan (25:55.0) both ran to personal best 5K times to boost the JV squad.Laura Fitzgerald (26:23.3) and Jenna Steinberg (27:28.8) each ran tough races to help the Lakers to their excellent team finish. Alyson Woolbert and Samantha Combs capped the Cazenovia effort in the number six and seven positions.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story last_img read more

Mbappe: Monaco Insists No Real Deal

first_img“I have read a lot of things in the press,” said Vasilyev.“So far we have not signed any agreements with Real or any other club. All big clubs want him, he’s the great hope of European football.“We are in discussions over a contract extension with Kylian and we hope to reach an agreement.”Mbappe burst onto the scene last season as he helped Leonardo Jardim’s side claim their first French league title since 2000 and reach the Champions League semifinals.The pacy forward scored 15 Ligue 1 goals and six in as many starts in Europe, all of which came in the Champions League knock-out stages.Having been linked with possible moves to a host of top clubs, Real had appeared to be on the brink of getting their man.But Vasilyev insisted that Mbappe needed to be given time to make a decision of that magnitude at such a young age.“There is too much media pressure around him,” he added.“It’s not easy for him, but he handles it well… We want to take the time to chat quietly with the player and his family.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Monaco said Wednesday that no deal has been reached with Real Madrid for teenage French international striker Kylian Mbappe.Monaco Vice-president Vadim Vasilyev also said in a press conference the principality club was in discussions with Mbappe over a new contract extension.The 18-year-old has been the subject of intense transfer speculation linking him to a world-record €180-million move, with Spanish sports daily Marca reporting on Tuesday that a fee had been agreed between Real and the French Ligue 1 champions.last_img read more

Fort Lauderdale Police Department hosts gun buy back

first_imgThe Fort Lauderdale Police Department, in conjunction with Mt. Olivet Seventh-day Adventist Church will host a gun buy back event on Sunday, October 8th from 11:00 A.M until 2:00 P.M.The event will take place at the Mt. Olivet Seventh-day Adventist Church located at 649 Northwest 15th Way in the City of Fort Lauderdale.Anyone interested in turning in a firearm at this event can do so without questions being asked.Depending on the condition of the firearm, individuals participating in the gun buy back will receive a monetary amount between $25.00 and $75.00 in Target gift cards.The amount of the awarded gift card will be based on the following schedule:$25.00 for small pistols (.22 to .38 caliber)$25.00 for any inoperable or rusted firearm$50.00 for handguns, semi-automatic pistols (.9mm to .45 caliber)$75.00 for Long guns (shotguns, rifles)Non-traditional firearms (i.e. airsoft or pellet guns) can be turned in, but will not be purchased. All firearms obtained through this event will be destroyed.Participants are asked to follow these important safety tips:Take no ammunitionBring firearms unloaded and inside a secure bag or containerHave the weapon’s cylinder or action openThe Fort Lauderdale Police Department strongly encourages the public to join them on a mission to improve the safety of the region’s neighborhoods.Anyone requiring further information about this event should contact Captain Steven Scelfo at 954-828-5824.Click link for more on Fort Lauderdale safety initiatives: https://www.caribbeannationalweekly.com/caribbean-breaking-news-featured/for-lauderdale-joins-vision-zero-initiative/last_img read more