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The group said they are “bummed” that they won’t be joining Darius Rucker and Thomas Rhett on stage as previously planned.Kelley, 39, however, pre-taped his performance with Carly Pearce, so fans will get to watch that when the show airs.“We’ll be cheering on our friends at home like the rest of y’all! Stay safe out there 💛💛,” they concluded.- Advertisement – Pearce, 30, was originally set to share the stage with Lee Brice, but he had to cancel because he tested positive for the virus earlier this week.“I almost wrecked my car,” the “Every Little Thing” singer told Taste of Country on Tuesday, November 10, after hearing the news. “I was just like, ‘What is happening?’”Fellow country artist Tyler Hubbard also had to skip the show due to a positive test result.Earlier this week, Hubbard, 33, sparked rumors that he and Florida Georgia Line bandmate Brian Kelley had a fallout after he unfollowed him on social media. Hubbard’s wife, Hayley Hubbard, also unfollowed the musician.The country crooner has since begun following Brian again after some fans speculated that the two had issues due to their differing political views.Lady A, for their part, got into hot water earlier this year when they changed their name from Lady Antebellum to their new moniker due to its connection with slavery.The trio faced backlash from blues singer Lady A, who has been performing under the name for decades, when they announced the change in June. The singer, whose real name is Anita White, slammed the group for stealing her name.The musicians tried to find “common ground,” but weeks later, the group filed a lawsuit against White, 62, in order to use the name Lady A and make sure it doesn’t go against her “alleged trademark rights.”The blues singer commented on the drama surrounding the group in statement to Us Weekly in July. “It is now clear that their apologies, friendly texts, and playing on my love of God were just insincere gestures aimed at quieting me,” she said. “Well, I will not be quiet any longer. I have worked too long and too hard to just give my name away.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! “Taking a look back at last year’s CMA Awards and all the fun that we have every year getting to hang out with our country music family,” the group captioned two photos on Instagram. “Sadly, one of our immediate family members has just tested positive for COVID-19 this week.”Lady A at The 53rd Annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on November 13, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. AFF-USA/ShutterstockThe trio, which is made up of Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, explained that “so far, the three of us continue to test negative [but] out of caution and love for everyone involved with the CMAs, we’ve decided to stay home.”The 54th annual CMA Awards is the first awards show of the year to be filmed with a live audience and musicians in attendance amid the coronavirus pandemic. All other shows have been held virtually or without fans.- Advertisement – The show must go on! Lady A announced that they will no longer be performing at the 2020 Country Music Association Awards after one of their family members tested positive for COVID-19.The country group shared the news an hour before the awards show was set to begin in Nashville on Wednesday, November 11.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Cisco Systems — Cisco shares rallied nearly 9% in after-hours trading on the back of better-than-expected results for its fiscal first quarter. The company reported earnings per share of 76 cents on revenue of $11.9 billion. Analysts expected a profit of 70 cents per share on revenue of $11.85 billion. Cisco also issued fiscal second-quarter earnings guidance that exceeded expectations.Disney — Shares of the media giant popped 6% after Disney reported 73 million paid subscribers for its streaming service, Disney+. The company also posted a smaller-than-expected loss for the previous quarter. Disney reported a loss of 20 cents per share on revenue of $14.71 billion. Analysts expected a loss of 71 cents per share on revenue of $14.2 billion.Palantir — Palantir reported year-over-year sales growth of 52% in its first earnings statement as a public company. The data analytics company also hiked its full-year revenue guidance. However, the stock traded more than 3% lower after hours.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco Systems, speaking at the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, January 21, 2020. Unity Software — Unity shares fell more than 3% even after the software company reported a smaller-than-expected loss for the previous quarter. The company’s revenue also topped analyst estimates. Unity also issued better-than-expected revenue guidance for the fourth quarter.Applied Materials — The chipmaker’s stock was up more than 2% in after-hours trading on the back of better-than-expected quarterly results. Applied Materials reported earnings of $1.25 per share on revenue of $4.69 billion. Analysts expected a profit of $1.17 per share on revenue of $4.60 billion. Revenue from the company’s semiconductor systems division came in at $3.07 billion, topping a FactSet estimate. Check out the companies making headlines after hours on Thursday:- Advertisement –
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Protect workers by asking sick employees to stay home and advising all staff members to monitor themselves for febrile respiratory illnesses. Take steps to ensure that staff members exposed to suspected flu patients use respiratory and eye protection and to stockpile personal protective equipment. See also: Concerning the recommendation to provide separate waiting rooms for possible flu patients, Reynolds said many pediatric practices already do that, because children tend to be “a little germier” and less careful with respiratory etiquette. The practice is less common at family practice and internal medicine clinics, he added. If the flu is very widespread, he said, “You’re probably going to be operating with reduced staff; you probably won’t be able to see the volume of patients you normally see. And it’s important to realize that during the pandemic sometimes you’re going to want to keep healthy patients away from the office to protect them.” Inform employees about your plan for coping with additional surge during the pandemic. Make sure you know about the pandemic planning and response activities of the hospitals, outpatient facilities, and local public health in your community. But he added one suggestion: postponing healthy patients’ appointments if necessary to cope with staff absenteeism and to protect the patients from exposure to the flu when cases are peaking. One thing that some practices might have trouble with is persuading workersincluding physiciansto stay home when sick, he said. “Doctors have got to bite the bullet and realize that they’re human and if they get sick, they should stay home,” he said. “We’re trying to be heroic, trying to be diligent. But hey, we’re all human; we get sick.” “We really haven’t done it, but our waiting room is large enough that it would not be a huge burden to put up a partition,” he said. “If we sit [potential flu patients] separately from the healthy patients coming in, I think that would help cut down on transmissibility.” Prepare for potentially high absenteeism by cross-training staff members. Provide staff with free immunization against seasonal flu, since seasonal and pandemic strains may be circulating at the same time. Jul 15, 2009 (CIDRAP News) Outpatient clinics should provide separate waiting and exam rooms for possible H1N1 flu patients and prepare business continuity plans, among other steps to prepare for a potential flood of pandemic flu patients this fall, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended today. Plan for a surge of patients and increased demands for your services, which might include using your telephone system to advise callers on when to seek medical care or emergency care. CDC’s 10 recommendations for medical offices and outpatient facilitieshttp://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/10steps.htm “I think overall their recommendations are sound and appropriate and would encourage physicians to adopt them,” said Wayne J. Reynolds, DO, former president of the Virginia Academy of Family Physicians, in response to a CIDRAP News request to look at them. Develop a business continuity plan that includes training enough people to handle essential functions and alternative ways to get critical supplies. Know where to turn for reliable information, such as the CDC’s H1N1 Web site and state health department sites. The CDC released 10 pandemic preparedness recommendations for outpatient facilities, such as planning for high staff absenteeism, asking sick employees to stay home, and providing staff with personal protective equipment. The recommendations are intended for outpatient clinics and surgery centers, urgent care centers, and physical therapy clinics. Reynolds said he thinks most offices provide free seasonal flu immunizations to staff members and that many are cross-training staff to prepare for absenteeism. Plan to screen patients for febrile respiratory illness when they enter your facility, use separate waiting and exam rooms for flu patients if feasible, and provide patients with surgical masks, facial tissues, and hand hygiene products. Briefly, the CDC recommendations are as follows: “I don’t think any of these things are terribly burdensome; it’s just that people need to stop and think about them and make sure they’re doing these things,” he said. “These are a good ten recommendations. Most of them are common sense, but sometimes putting them in writing is the best way to go,” said Reynolds, who works at a three-physician clinic in Newport News, Va., and is a member of Virginia’s state Board of Medicine.
Turistička zajednica središnje Istre (TZSI) objavila je Javni poziv za dodjelu potpora iz programa „Potpore manifestacijama“ u 2019. godini.Predmet Javnog poziva dodjela je bespovratnih novčanih sredstava TZSI, za manifestacije koje podižu kvalitetu turističke ponude središnje Istre, doprinose rastu broja gostiju i povećanju potrošnje, posebice urazdoblju pred- i podsezone te promoviraju središnju Istru kao zanimljivo turističko odredište.Sredstva potpore odobravat će se za organizaciju i realizaciju kulturno-zabavnih, sportskih, eno-gastronomskih te ostalih manifestacija, koje doprinose ciljevima Javnog poziva. Korisnici sredstava, koja su predmet Javnog poziva, mogu biti trgovačka društva, obrti, zadruge, udruge, jedinice lokalne samouprave, kulturne i javne ustanove te ostale pravne osobe.Ukupni iznos sredstava dodijeljenih putem Javnog poziva bit će 80.000,00 kn, a krajnji rok za dostavu prijava je 03. prosinac 2018. godine. Više potražite u prilogu.Attachment: Javni poziv za potporu turističkim manifestacijama TZ središnje Istre
New brochure OK Mini Camps 2019 with the first fairs in January, it will also be distributed to our most important tourist markets (in 4 languages: English, Dutch, German and Slovenian). Connect and achieve the best possible promotion through synergy, both of your tourist facilities and our entire tourist offer. Because don’t forget, the motive for coming is not accommodation, but a tourist destination. The best Croatian camps 2019 ENG Utrecht: Valamar Riviera dd, Hoteli Njivice dd, Arena Hospitality Group dd, Mon Perin doo, Proficio dd, Adria more doo, Borik doo, Lošinjska plovidba turizam doo, Saga Elektronik;Vienna: Valamar Riviera dd, Adria more doo, Arena Hospitality Group dd, Ilirija dd, Mon Perin doo, Laguna Novigrad dd, Borik doo;Stuttgart: Arena Hospitality Group dd, Valamar Riviera dd, Mon Perin doo, Borik doo, Brijuni Riviera doo, Adria more doo, Lošinjska plovidba turizam doo, Saga Elektronik;Leeuwarden: Valamar Riviera dd, Lošinjska plovidba turizam doo, Arena Hospitality Group dd, Laguna Novigrad dd, Adria more doo, Ilirija dd, Cesanka dd, Hoteli Njivice dd In the total accommodation capacities, camps participate with 20 percent, and in the total number of tourist overnight stays in Croatia, 22,1 percent of overnight stays are realized in camps. And the camping offer in Croatia has experienced a real expansion in the last few years, or I can say a kind of renaissance, and everything is accompanied by a big increase in quality with a focus on Glamping, premium mobile homes and enrichment of the overall content offer. Croatia’s Best Campsites 2019, printed in 5 language variants: English, Italian, German, Dutch and Slovenian. According to KUH, the brochure will be distributed at all fairs as part of the CNTB’s trade fair appearances, in selected CNTB offices, as part of the KUH trade fair appearances in Utrecht, Vienna, Stuttgart, Herning, Munich, Leeuwarden. , Düsseldorf, Parma and 2019xPadovi, for the needs of foreign partners as well as through other selected distribution channels (Caravan Center Ljubljana, Meridian Poreč, etc.). The new edition of the brochure has the largest number of pages so far, a road map, and many other news… At the above four fairs, KUH will perform together with the following partners: OK Mini Camps 2019 ENG fair u Utrecht from 09.01. to 13.01.2019/XNUMX/XNUMX (Holiday workers);fair u Vienna from 10.01. to 13.01.2019/XNUMX/XNUMX (Holiday table);fair u Stuttgart from 12.01. to 20.01.2019. (CMT);fair u Leeuwarden from 17.01. to 22.01.2019. (Caravan). KUH presents Croatian camping at fairs in 2019. Photo: KUH The new edition of the brochure has the largest number of pages so far (48 pages of a book block plus a cover) with a display of the largest number of campsites so far, as well as local and county tourist boards and companies. The new road map is modeled on the one from the brochure Croatia’s Best Campsites, as it proved to be very useful, informative and attractive to readers. In 2019, they will join the list of OK Mini Camps 2 new small camps on which we congratulate on this occasion: camping rest area Zlatni Lug (Požega-Slavonia County) and camp Dvor (Istria County) With the aim of presenting camping offers, new brochures of the Croatian Camping Association (KUH) for 2019 have just been published. The first brochure presents the best Croatian campsites, Croatia’s Best Campsites 2019, and the second is aimed at promoting small camps OK Mini Camps 2019. ATTACHMENT: Download brochures in pdf format And brochures are, in addition to digital form, an important promotional tool for trade fairs. So the new fair season is about to begin, and right now in January, some of the most important tourist and camping fairs in Europe will follow, at which KUH with the Croatian camping offer will also perform. RELATED NEWS: THE PROBLEM OF TOURIST LAND AND MARITIME PROPERTY ARE THE BIGGEST “WEIGHTS” THAT TORTURE CROATIAN CAMP OWNERS
Adriatic Croatia International Club (ACI) presented its new ACI Sail project in one of the world’s most prestigious sailing clubs, Real Nautico de Palma, in Palma de Mallorca, which will mark the future of sailing on the Adriatic and enrich the offer of complete Croatian nautical tourism. Otherwise, Since 1966, the Nautor Swan has been a symbol for sailboats that have pushed the boundaries in design, the use of innovative materials and technologies, and since 1998 it has been owned by Leonardo Ferragamo, the son of the famous Italian fashion designer Salvatore Ferragamo. A special feature of Swan is the large number of regattas formed in ClubSwan, which brings together all owners of sailboats and sails in prestigious destinations around the world such as Porto Cervo, St. Tropez, Monte Carlo or Palma de Mallorca. ACI Sail and Nautor Swan are bringing the first ClubSwan 36 training center in the world to Croatia. This is the ACI Sail project, which was officially presented at the nautical fair in Genoa in cooperation with the top sailing manufacturer Nautor’s Swan. “Along with the six most modern boats ClubSwan 36, we also get the Nautor Swan way of life. The world’s first training center and charter services are just the beginning of our partnership with the strongest company that deals with nautical and sailing. With the slogan ‘Sail to Future’ (sailing into the future) through the Swan regattas we want to promote incentive tourism, ie business trips that aim to reward employees, partners or clients. Sailing is recognized worldwide as an ideal B2B platform for this type of service, and we will offer them the best service through ACI Sail. From a sailboat that is currently the world’s top to services and experience that will be at the highest level, which ACI and Swan require”, pointed out the project manager ACI Sail and one of the best Croatian sailors Ivan Kljaković Gašpić. “The The Nations Trophy regatta is another great opportunity to present our innovative ACI Sail project after the Genoa fair. Nautor Swan as a global brand and ACI as a prominent Mediterranean brand will offer a unique sailing experience on the Adriatic and the first ACI Sail ClubSwan 36 training center in the world. This project promotes ACI in the best possible way as a company that strives for innovation, creation of new values, enrichment not only of ours, but also of the complete tourist offer and of course sailing and nautical as our direction. “, said to the guests in Palma the President of the Management Board of ACI dd Kristijan Pavić and emphasized that ACI is the first company in the world that Nautor Swan has chosen to cooperate and open a training center. It is the only world training center for ClubSwan 36, a top sailboat from the famous Finnish manufacturer Nautor Swan. The center will be located in Split, and the project itself combines ACI’s tradition of organizing regattas, the Adriatic as a great sailing destination and the most modern sailing boats ClubSwan 36 in a new one – all through a unique sailing experience in Croatia. With partnerships with Rolex and BMW, regattas are not only event-oriented at sea, but have become social events. According to ACI, the ACI Sail project will be presented at the largest nautical B2B fair in the world – ICE in Vienna. A fleet of 6 ClubSwanova 36s will arrive in Croatia at the beginning of 2020.
What I find interesting for Croatia, Czech citizens will be able to travel abroad. However, upon returning to the Czech Republic, they will have to go into a 14-day quarantine or pass a test with a negative result on Covid-19. From Monday, Czech citizens will be able to travel abroad Thus, as of Monday, April 27, the new rules for crossing the state border apply. EU citizens coming to the Czech Republic for business reasons or students from EU countries can now arrive in the Czech Republic. Although the state of emergency was extended until April 30, 2020, it was presented accelerated plan exemptions from business and other activities. Thus, shopping centers, business premises over 11 m2 are planned to open on May 500, restaurants can open their gardens while serving food, cosmetic services, museums, galleries, while on May 2 restaurants, accommodation services, taxi services will start operating. theaters, cultural and sporting events (restriction of TB participants), weddings, etc. ( The Czech government has announced a schedule of easing measures. Find out more details about the Czech Government’s easing of measures HERE
Hygiene and disinfection Immediately after TUI was forced to largely suspend operations due to travel restrictions worldwide, the Group decided to apply for a € 1,8 billion loan. “Together with destinations and our partners, we have developed extensive protection measures for our guests. The demand for the holidays is still very high. People want to travel. Our integrated business model allows us to start travel activities as soon as possible again. The season starts later, but could last longer. For 2020, we will “invent” a new vacation: new destinations, changed seasons, new local offer, more digitalization. ”Said Fritz Joussen, CEO of TUI Group. “With our integrated group-wide health and safety management system, we can ensure that our hotels meet the high expectations of guests and provide the best possible protection against infections in these unusual times.”Explained Sebastian Ebel, TUI board member responsible for the Holiday experiences. 10 ) New training: TUI will train all employees in its own hotels. There will be a comprehensive independent training and inspection program for partner hotels. Hotel organization 1) Online Entry Form: Tourists who can check in contactlessly at most hotels by registering online via the hotel’s website or via a smartphone. Key measures include intensive cleaning, social distance between staff and guests, almost no buffet food and less fun or sports activities. 4) Restaurant: Limiting the number of guests in restaurants capacity will be significantly reduced. The tables will be placed at a distance of at least 1,5 meters.5) Extension of working hours: In order to provide enough space for all guests, the opening hours of the restaurant and other hotel facilities will be extended.6) Entertainment and activities: Only events, sports and entertainment involving a small number of participants and no close contact will be available. The offer of the spa will be adjusted, and the care of children will be organized according to the new standards. Fritz Joussen, CEO of TUI Group: The season starts later, but could take longer 7) Disinfection device extension: The number of dispensers will increase significantly so that guests and employees can disinfect their hands at all important contact points.8) Room cleaning: all rooms will be thoroughly ‘deeply cleaned’ before arrival and after the departure of all guests.9) Self-service restriction: Self-service offers, such as a buffet, will be kept to a minimum. Wherever possible, food and drink will be offered to guests by staff wearing protective masks. Here is a detailed plan: Capacityi Extensive training program Thus, TUI and DER Touristik presented their concepts, both for their own facilities and partner hotels, so that in the future they can act safely and hygienically in the fight against any spread of coronavirus in tourism. TUI’s 10-point plan, with a range of measures and standards, will be implemented in 400 of its own brands such as TUI Blue, Robinson and TUI Magic Life and made available to their hotel partners. The two largest European tour operator groups, TUI and DER Touristik, want hotels to introduce social distance measures and improve hygiene standards, including the abolition of the breakfast buffet, so that they can work safely after lifting travel restrictions with anti-coronavirus. It is interesting to note that 35 percent of the summer program for 2020 is currently reserved in TUI. On the other hand, the TUI Group plans to reduce the number of employees by 8.000. 2) Distance rule: In public areas, such as restaurants, hallways or gyms, all employees are required to keep a distance of 1,5 to two meters between them and guests. For example, tables in restaurants will only be cleaned when guests have emptied them.3) Staff planning: Staff will work together in fixed teams to reconstruct possible chains of infection.