This chart shows the overall COVID-19 risk by state. The nonprofit organization Covid Act Now monitors daily diagnoses, infection rates, testing positivity, ICU headroom and contacts traced in each state. The overall COVID-19 risk is based on these five metrics. Map credit: mapchart.net. Source: covidactnow.org. Eli Ben-Naim
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APM Terminals facility in Buenos Aires, Argentina, called T4Economic and population growth rate projections for Latin America have not yet been matched by the port and transportation infrastructure investment needed to accommodate the increased logistics and trade demands this economic growth will require over the next decade, APM Terminals Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Christian Moller Laursen said while addressing the present at the Trade Americas & Connect Americas Expo: Building the Americas conference in Miami.“The latest United Nations projections see a nearly 11% growth in Latin America’s population to 690 million by 2025, nearly 200 million more than the current combined population of the European Union countries. The total container throughput for Central and South America, in comparison, grew by only 1% in 2013, to 45.7 million TEUs. Brazil, Latin America’s largest economy, handled 8.6 million TEUs in 2013, approximately the same number as the Port of Antwerp, the 3rd-busiest container port in Europe,” said Mr. Laursen.He added that “this underperformance will only become more acute without a new and invigorated strategy to address and promote necessary infrastructure investment”.Christian Moller Laursen, CFO and Vice President of APM Terminals speaks at the Trade Americas Expo The cost of this port and transportation infrastructure will require significant amounts of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) as Latin American nations develop new strategies for the infrastructure to catch up with current and projected future requirements.The importance of developing master plans covering ports as well as the roads and rail connections needed to efficiently link the ports with main population centers was also emphasized, as otherwise these hinterland connections will only create more bottlenecks in the future. Latin America attracted FDI, excluding offshore financial centers, of $182 billion in 2013, or 12.9% of total global FDI of $1.4 trillion last year. The World Economic Forum’s 2014 assessment of port infrastructure ranked major Latin American economies Brazil, Colombia and Argentina 131st, 110th and 99th, respectively, out of 148 nations within their annual survey. “Successful strategies to promote investment and partnerships with the private sector will become significantly more important to address these port and transportation infrastructure opportunities, with realistic and practical concession terms an increasingly crucial component of this process,” said Mr. Laursen. APM Terminals owns a 50% share in Brasil Terminal Portuário, which opened last year in Santos, Brazil, Latin America’s busiest container port, and currently has new terminal development projects underway at Moin, Costa Rica, and Lazaro Cárdenas, Mexico, as well as a major terminal expansion and upgrade in Callao, Peru.[mappress]Press Release, September 05, 2014;Image: APM Terminals
The UK’s South Hook LNG terminal in Milford Haven will receive a cargo of the chilled gas next week from Qatar.The 210,152 cbm Q-Flex carrier Fraiha is expected to dock at South Hook on August 4, port data reveals.This will be the first August shipment of Qatari LNG to the 15.6 mtpa import facility.According to shipping data, MOL-operated LNG tanker Fraiha is currently sailing offshore Malta.[mappress mapid=”17614″]LNG World News Staff; Image: Port of Milford Haven
The managing director of a law firm has described her feeling of betrayal after a potential successor to run the business was jailed for fraud. Gregory Davies, from Wirral, pleaded guilty to one count of fraud by false representation when he appeared at Liverpool Crown Court. The solicitor was sentenced to 12 months in prison. Davies, admitted in 2014, worked at Liverpool firm Catherine Higgins Law between September 2015 and July 2016. During that time he duplicated paperwork and created fake policy documents to request money be paid into his own bank account. He also gave clients his own bank details instead of that of his employer for them to pay for services carried out. The court heard Davies diverted money from estates to his own bank account and on one occasion took £540 from the estate of a woman which he disguised as being a payment for funeral costs. In total, Davies made around £13,400 from his actions. In a victim impact statement, Davies’ employer Catherine Higgins said she placed her trust in him and expected high standards and integrity. ‘I came to regard Greg as a long-term prospect and hopefully my successor to enable me to eventually retire,’ said Higgins. ‘We would talk and make plans for the future of the business and at no time did I suspect that he was committing fraud at the expense of the firm and our clients. When Greg’s criminal behaviour was uncovered I felt numb and sick. When it became clear that Greg had stolen from the firm, the feeling of betrayal was indescribable.’ Higgins said it had been a difficult time for the firm and thanked those involved in dealing with the matter for their ‘tenacity and patience’. When his actions were uncovered by colleagues, the issue was immediately reported to Action Fraud and the Solicitors Regulation Authority. She added: ‘It is disappointing when a member of the legal profession falls below the standard required but I can assure my clients that in each case where a loss was identified, my firm has repaid that loss to the clients.’
Following the meeting, Colin Smyth commented, “It was fantastic to welcome campaigners from Dumfries and Galloway and across South Scotland to Parliament to discuss the vital issue of climate change. The level of interest shows what an important issue this is to many people in the area. The publication of the draft climate action plan presents a real opportunity for the Scottish Government to commit to meaningful action which will help reduce the impact of climate change both now and for future generations. The local MSP met with the group to discuss their concerns prior to the draft publication of a climate action plan which is due to be released by Scottish Government by the end of the year. During their meeting, the campaigners asked Colin Smyth to urge Government Ministers to commit to improving the energy efficiency of Scottish homes and buildings; increase investment in Scotland’s renewable energy sector and in low carbon transport and to cut greenhouse gas emissions from food. My meeting with the group was constructive and I plan to raise with Government Ministers the points that they would like to see included in the draft climate action plan when it is published later this year. I sincerely hope that the Government will take their concerns on board when the final draft is published and make bold commitments to tackle this issue.” The group from Stop Climate Chaos are seeking to ensure that the Scottish Government meets its target to reduce emissions by 42% by 2020 and 80% by 2050. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Local Dumfries and Galloway MSP Colin Smyth, recently welcomed climate change campaigners from across the South Scotland to the Scottish Parliament as part of a mass lobby of Parliament organised by Stop Climate Chaos.
A senior officer in the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) and his wife who also is an employee of the Ministry of Defence, have been charged over alleged recruitment and maintenance of a ghost pilot on the army’s payroll for more than 11 years, local media Daily Monitor reports.The non-existent pilot has been paid more than 2 billion Ugandan shillings (over $500,000) in salaries since 2005 for being on the Ugandan army payroll.A senior military officer and two civilian defense ministry staff have been charged with the crime on Friday while over 16 military and civilian officials implicated in the crime are at large, this according to the report.Until June 2016 when the scam was detected after a probe, it was determined that Russian air force pilot, Valerie Detrick who was contracted to work as a training instructor for Mi-17 and Mi-24 military helicopter pilots was non-existent.The accused, Major Kapalaga Lubega, his wife Evas Lubega Twinomujuni and colleague at the ministry Carolyn Kyakabale were arraigned before the General Court Martial in Makindye on Friday where they were charged and remanded.The non-existent pilot was entered into a two-year renewable contract in 2005 and paid $4,306 per month through a local bank account.According to the report, the contract was renewed in 2008 and salary increased to $5,350 per month and maintained through three contract renewals till 2015 when it was reduced to $5,150.The loss came to light in June 2016 after a probe launched by the former Chief of Defence Forces, Gen Katumba Wamala spotted the anomaly.The report implicated more than 16 military and civilian officials of the Ministry of Defence in the scam.They denied the charges, which upon conviction attract prison sentences of up to seven years.
As the full national, indeed global, scope of the coronavirus pandemic begins to come into focus, it is becoming clearer that we are experiencing a public health crisis unlike anything we have seen in our lifetimes. Normal is gone. Like many of you, our staff is working remotely. But they are also working overtime and with great effectiveness. We’ve been in crisis management mode throughout this period and are closely engaged with Congress, the White House and all relevant federal agencies, as well as with our allied organizations, executing a multiphased approach to the challenges before us.advertisementadvertisementI’m pleased to report that our actions have already helped to shape some of the initial decisions that Washington officials have made even as broader, longer-term measures continue to be debated. One of the biggest challenges all of us face is managing the information flow across our computers, trying to discern what’s most important for our businesses and families to know. This week’s update is likewise organized into areas that will help you best understand the dairy-related developments of the past week.Dairy COVID-19 information resourcesFirst, we continue to update our website offering a collection of helpful resources and latest news. The URL has changed this week, so for anyone bookmarking it, click here for the new address.We’ve uploaded several items of significance this week to that page. These include a farmer-focused handbook, with several pages of topline advice on what to know about the coronavirus and how to manage farm employees during a time when a highly communicable disease is spreading. It will be updated on a regular basis as new information and resources become available.Our coronavirus page also has several new podcasts featuring interviews with our staff who are the subject matter experts in confronting COVID-19. This includes a discussion with Dr. Jamie Jonker, our vice president for sustainability and scientific affairs, who reviews why U.S. milk supplies are safe thanks to pasteurization and how dairies are working to keep milk production going 24/7 while looking out for their own workers. advertisementWe also have a podcast with Clay Detlefsen, senior vice president of regulatory and environmental affairs, who details his role as the lead food and agriculture industry private sector liaison with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He describes the impact of the pandemic on food supplies and why any current dairy food shortages will be short-lived.COVID-19 policy responses – near termThrough our engagement with federal agencies, we’ve advocated for several important administrative decisions made this week that will help keep the dairy chain functioning.First, the DHS and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) declared the U.S. food production system part of our nation’s essential critical infrastructure and released guidance concerning the treatment of those in the workforce on farms and the food supply chain. This means that food workers, including dairy employees and those at processing plants, are encouraged to maintain their previous work schedules without disruption by any local or state social distancing orders that are spreading from California to New York.Please keep in mind that this document is advisory; DHS cannot tell states and localities what to do in this area. But hopefully states and localities will defer to the federal government on this. National Milk Producers Federation’s (NMPF) Clay Detlefsen has been instrumental in getting the food and ag sector critical infrastructure jobs appropriately characterized in this DHS guidance.The declaration is designed to help minimize any arbitrary decisions that would harm the process of producing, processing and selling dairy foods. We will be providing a template letter that dairy producers are encouraged to provide to their employees, citing the DHS “Guidance on the essential critical infrastructure workforce” document that lists all agriculture workers as essential. Workers should be encouraged to carry this letter with them if stopped by local officials in an area that is subject to a shelter-in-place directive. Look for that template letter to appear on our website.advertisementSecond, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced the expansion of its Nationwide Emergency Declaration to exempt the transportation of various goods from its hours-of-service rules. The full declaration is available here. The transport of bulk loads of milk, i.e. tankers, is included. Should we experience either an exacerbated driver shortage or plant closures that cause milk to be diverted in the coming weeks, such flexibility will be essential for milk to move in a timely manner. Third, the FDA has relaxed its facility inspection schedule, meaning that routine surveillance inspections of U.S. food facilities are suspended for now. Interstate milk shippers (IMS) check ratings by FDA are considered routine inspections and are suspended. The inspections are typically conducted by employees of state agencies under contract with FDA.In the legislative arena this week, Congress passed the second in a series of what is expected to be at least three coronavirus assistance packages. Among other things, the measure provides an additional $1.2 billion in food assistance for needy populations and extends unemployment benefits for what is sure to be a surge of people laid off. The food program includes:$500 million in food aid for pregnant women and mothers under the WIC program$250 million to deliver meal packages to millions of seniors$400 million for the USDA to buy up commodities and distribute them to food banks.It also suspends work requirements for food stamp recipients and allows states to use SNAP funds to help feed families who qualify for free or reduced-price school meals.We have encouraged Congress and the USDA to consider measures such as these that will ensure needy populations still have access to nutritious dairy products, which obviously will include milk that otherwise would be flowing right now to schools. Fortunately, many school districts have made alternate arrangements to feed low-income students. Of note, the USDA has indicated that shelf-stable milk will be eligible for school meals during this time.COVID-19 policy responses – longer termLawmakers on Capitol Hill are currently working on a third disaster assistance package, and we are talking with Congress and the USDA on a series of dairy-specific requests aimed at helping the dairy community during this difficult time.Based on input provided this week by NMPF’s executive committee and following discussions with USDA leadership, we are preparing a dairy-specific letter to the USDA to ask for certain types of assistance, either directly from the USDA or as the result of combined action between the USDA and Congress. At this point, among the possible inclusions are:Dairy Margin Coverage reopening. Asking the USDA to reopen the 2020 DMC program sign-up, as based on current DMC decision-tool calculations, payments are now expected for the majority of the rest of the year. This is an existing risk management tool that has the potential to deliver known benefits to producers.Product purchases. We are exploring a range of possibilities on this front. The USDA has authority to make purchases under Section 32, but it’s unclear how much funding the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) still has available at the moment. Congress would need to replenish that fund as it did last fall should money be needed, possibly as part of the next economic stimulus package.We believe a substantial purchase of multiple dairy products will be important in light of restaurant closures and school and food service cancellations. Such purchases would send a clear signal to dairy markets of strong product demand. An expected large spike in unemployment will create huge food needs and possibly unprecedented demands on food banks for donations. Dairy is a very popular food in food banks, thus providing an immediate outlet for government purchases.Milk disposal compensation. Given the potential for supply chain disruptions during spring flush or the summer school hiatus, we are reviewing whether other programs that have been created to compensate producers for milk dumping could be adopted for this situation. It’s possible that elements of existing programs could provide the basis for a similar setup to compensate farmers or processors depending on where dumping occurs, potentially with an incentive to donate milk. Know that we are looking at and are open to sharing other options in order to protect our industry and preserve our nation’s dairy production capacity, particularly in light of its critical importance in feeding Americans now and in the future.The pressure on dairy margins from the spread of COVID-19 are likely to be made worse as U.S. milk production rebounds. According to the February USDA Milk Production report, total national output rose 1.7% from 2019, adjusted for leap year. Cow numbers reached 9.37 million last month, up 0.2% from 2019.Lastly, although the news headlines are filled with fear, I do want to share a reminder of the good things that happened last year in the dairy sector. Take a look at the 2019 NMPF annual report, a copy of which we shared at our board meeting last week. Despite the current dramatic challenges we now face, working together, I firmly believe this great industry can surmount them. The path ahead may be rocky, but I know we will rise to meet these challenges. Thanks for reading and please stay safe. Jim MulhernPresident and CEONational Milk Producers Federation
Completing the team were AdrielleVince Binguan, Johanan Raymond Castiller, Dylan Benedict Despi, Marvin delosSantos, Joshua Farahmir Dignadice, Carl Jalea, Jose Palafox, Toni Siglos, RonBedonia, Vince Hugo, and Kian Ramos. SILAY City – Bacolod Tay Tung HighSchool Thunderbolts netted a double victory in the 1st Asenso Silay Mayors CupInvitational Basketball League 2019 by bagging the U-15 category title at theSilay Gym here. “This championship is a good for theteam because we are measuring hanggangsaan ang kakayanin namin,” Dy said. Also part of the Thunderbolts’ teammentored by Dexter Dy were Heinz Gabriel Demisana, Rafael Albert Ledesma, MikeLebron Estelloso, Christian James Juguan and, Thomas Pillado. Behind the heroics of U-15 categoryMVP awardee Nathan Jundana, the Thunderbolts pulled off a 79-77 escape over theMF Computer Solutions in the do-or-die championship match. Bacolod Tay Tung High School basketball team On Sunday, the Thunderbolts’ U-12team, led by MVP winner Adrian Alagaban, also won the U-12 boys basketballcategory crown by defeating University of St. La Salle in the finals./PN
Senate District O’s Peter Micciche was in the meeting and also discussed what further needs to be addressed. Alaska lawmakers will hear from the Walker administration today on marijuana regulations. Sen. Micciche(R-Soldotna): “I understand what you’re all saying about the conflict and it is relatively easily solvable as we move on in this process. The reality of this is in Ravin versus State, the weed fairy had to magically deliver this up to four ounces in your home, we’re also regulating transportation and other things.” The basis for the meeting was Senate Bill 30 which discussed the repeal of a section of the voter initiative permitting certain marijuana possession, and replaced it with language that provides a defense in court if one is prosecuted for possession. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A joint House and Senate Judiciary meeting discussed marijuana legislation yesterday. Marijuana legislation has been deemed one of the top watch priorities for this session. Discussion during the meeting also addressed the inconsistencies of the initiative’s language which specifies one ounce of marijuana and the Supreme Court case Ravin vs. Alaska, the ruling of which specified allowing the possession of less than four ounces.
The Nigeria Football Federation announced on Wednesday that an unnamed member of its management has tested positive for coronavirus.NFF secretary-general Mohammed Sanusi said following the discovery, every member of staff and management will undergo coronavirus tests at the Secretariat of the Federation, Sunday Dankaro House, National Stadium Complex, Abuja on Thursday.Sanusi also disclosed that after the tests, the offices would be closed for the disinfection process, while management and staff will work from home.Once the results are out, those who tested negative will immediately resume work in the Slsecretariat while anyone who tests positive will be required to self-isolate for the period stipulated in the COVID19 protocols by the Federal Government. “Apart from him testing positive, I also had issues and had to go for tests when I was feeling ill and uncomfortable. But the truth is most of us have had contact with one another over the days, thus it is important we do the tests,” Sanusi said.“I want to appreciate the Federal Government immensely for their efforts so far to contain the pandemic, and also officials of the Nigeria Centre for Disease and Control for agreeing to come to the NFF offices to conduct the tests. After the tests, the offices and the entire complex will be disinfected in line with the protocols of the COVID19.” RelatedCovid-19: Three NFF Staff Test Positive – Sanusi (AUDIO)September 2, 2020In “Featured”NFF Moves Into Permanent Offices At Sunday Dankaro HouseMarch 2, 2020In “Featured”NPFL Players To Undergo Coronavirus Test As LMC Seeks To Complete 2019 League SeasonApril 27, 2020In “Featured”
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Rajiv Ouseph went out of the Hong Kong Open after a second-round defeat to Denmark’s Hans-Kristian Vittinghus.Hounslow’s Ouseph, who had stunned fourth seed Du Pengyu in the first round, took the opening game on court two 21-12.But Vittingus, who triumphed over Ouseph at last year’s French Open, hit back by edging a topsy-turvy second game 21-19.AdChoices广告Ouseph, the English champion and Commonwealth Games silver medallist, made a solid start to the deciding game, leading it at one stage 10-7.However, world number 17 Vittingus – ranked five places above Ouseph – closed the gap and then raced clear, with Ouseph unable to recover.The Dane won 14 out of 18 points to wrap up the deciding game 21-14 and move into the quarter-finals.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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
We like Edimilson Fernandes at Sport Witness, mostly because we’ve seen him go through all of the ups and downs in his West Ham career, and he’s always given really honest interviews when talking to his local press about his time in London. The versatile midfielder struggled with injury last season, which heavily limited his game time with the Hammers, but once he recovered, David Moyes used him more often than not.Whether that will still be the case with Manuel Pellegrini now in charge remains to be seen, but there’s a club in Italy allegedly interested in the 22-year-old’s services.According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Sampdoria are considering the Switzerland international to bolster their midfield for next season alongside free agent Stéphane M’Bia, who left Hebei China Fortune in February after two years in the Chinese Super League.Embed from Getty ImagesThis interest is further backed by local Genoa newspaper Il Secolo XIX, who also have the West Ham youngster as a target for the Serie A side.There’s no mention of how Sampdoria would approach a transfer, but our bet would be a loan with a view to buy, since that’s how most Italian clubs initiate potential deals with Premier League clubs at first.It allows them to spread the payment for FFP regulations, as well as gives them time to decide if they want to make the deal permanent after seeing the player in action.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameBuild a Beautiful City and Play With Your FriendsForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoPremier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond BoutiqueUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoInstant Voice TranslatorGenius Japanese Invention Allows You To Instantly Speak 43 LanguagesInstant Voice TranslatorUndoCNBC InternationalSingapore’s Freelancers Find New Income During the Coronavirus Pandemic.CNBC InternationalUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoDating.comFind out where single guys are hanging out in Tung ChungDating.comUndo
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The former captain of Ludogorets Marcelinho brought the point of his team Vitoria in the match with Club de Regatas from the second level of Brazilian football.The match ended 2: 2, and the midfielder scored deep in added time – in the 94th minute. Vitoria lost by two goals until the 90th minute, but saved the point thanks to the goals of Vico and Marcelinho.After the draw Vitoria collected 7 points and is in ninth place in the Serie B standings after playing 5 rounds.