We knew it! The latest installment of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke will feature Hamilton’s certified genius Lin-Manuel Miranda, along with a slew of Broadway faves. The segment is scheduled to air on June 6 on The Late Late Show.Joining the pair will be six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald (Shuffle Along), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Fully Committed), along with Tony winner and 2016 Tony nominee Jane Krakowski (She Loves Me).Tony winner Corden is set to host the 2016 Tony Awards on June 12.We might just be hyperventilating with excitement speculating about which numbers will be on their playlist right now. Who can’t wait to be in the room car where it happens?! View Comments Jane Krakowski, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, James Corden, Audra McDonald & Lin-Manuel Miranda(Photo: Timothy Kuratek/CBS) Jane Krakowski Jesse Tyler Ferguson Star Files Lin-Manuel Miranda
The current expected credit loss standard—or CECL as it is more commonly called—will fundamentally change how U.S.-based financial institutions account for credit losses.Before CECL, FIs used relatively simple analytical models to account for losses based on actual defaults or on specific events that indicated a loss. Set to take effect for credit unions Dec. 15, 2021, CECL will require CUs to calculate expected loss over the whole lifetime of a loan.Below is a primer on this new accounting standard, including what you and your staff should be considering now to prepare for the changes ahead. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
The project was supported by the Zagreb County with HRK 22,5 million, but also with guarantees for a loan of HRK 28 million, which the institution itself raised with Zagrebačka banka. With additional funds provided from decentralized and own sources, this is also the largest investment in the health sector in Zagreb County. “There are two known sources of naphthalene in the world, whose medicinal properties have been recognized in people with rheumatic and skin diseases, in Azerbaijan and in Ivanić-Grad. Bearing in mind that health tourism is the fastest growing tourism sector with an annual growth rate of 15 to 20 percent, and that the Croatian national trump card of health tourism is located in Zagreb County, we decided to support this project financially and with guarantees. I am convinced that the new facilities will lead to a significant increase in the number of patients from the EU and other parts of the world, and that this investment will bring a number of positive effects in the economy of Zagreb County.”, Said Zagreb County Prefect Stjepan Kožić. It is a world-famous spa that has been helping people suffering from various skin and inflammatory rheumatic diseases for thirty years by applying therapy with mineral oil – naphthalene. By the way, the Naftalan Special Hospital is owned by the Zagreb County, and in recent years it has recorded a significant increase in revenue and is positioned as one of the most important health resorts in the Croatian health system. Completion of all works and the grand opening of the new wing and accompanying facilities of the special hospital Naftalan is planned during the spring when many more patients from the country and the world will be able to use all the benefits of naphthalene therapy in the treatment of skin diseases, especially psoriasis and neurodermatitis. such as arthritis and rehabilitation after various surgeries. “Health tourism is one of the most prosperous special forms of tourism thanks to its exceptional potential for further development and investment as well as the generator of consumption of tourists who consume the services of all forms of health tourism. Therefore, in the new Tourism Development Strategy, we will place special emphasis on this tourism segment in order to enable the use of all its potential. Naftalan Special Hospital is one of the examples of a successful combination of health and spa services and tourism, and with natural beauty and rich cultural heritage located in its surroundings throughout Zagreb County, is the perfect combination of everything guests are looking for when this type of travel., said Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli during a visit to Naftalan Special Hospital. “I would like to point out that according to the eVisitor system of the Zagreb County Tourist Board, in January 2020. 5.375 arrivals and almost 10.000 (9.998) overnight stays were recorded, which is an increase of 24 percent in more arrivals and 13 percent more overnight stays compared to the same period last year. Today, I would like to single out the tourist results of Ivanić-Grad, 37% more arrivals, 14% more overnight stays, which shows that we are recognized as a destination that manages the development of its products and thus uses its potentials and highlights its specialties., said the director of the Zagreb County Tourist Board, Ivana Alilović. Photo: MINT The works of the second phase of the expansion of the special hospital for medical rehabilitation are currently being completed at the Naftalan Special Hospital (SB). The end of the works was visited by the Minister of Tourism Gari Cappelli, accompanied by State Secretary Tonči Glavina and Assistant Monika Udovičić, who were on an official visit to Zagreb County. We remind you that in 2019, Zagreb County was visited by almost 140 thousand tourists who realized almost 300 thousand overnight stays, which is an increase of 14 percent in arrivals and 12 percent in overnight stays compared to the same period in 2018. Worth almost HRK 63,5 million, development project “Naphthalene 2 with indoor and outdoor pools” involves the construction of outdoor and indoor pools, a hospital kitchen and restaurant, a kinesiotherapy room, a multipurpose hall and a hospital car park. Its main goal is to increase the standard of providing health services from basic health insurance, but also the availability of quality health services of medical rehabilitation, physical therapy, dermatovenereology and other health services provided by SB Naftalan. Most overnight stays were made by guests from Germany, China, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Netherlands, while the most visited destinations in Zagreb County in 2019 were Velika Gorica, Samobor and Jastrebarsko.
The health ministry also said that there would now be health checks on anyone arriving in Belarus from Italy — the worst affected country in Europe — Iran and South Korea.Travelers from China were already subject to such controls.For its part, Azerbaijan’s government said that a Russian citizen who had arrived from Iran had been confirmed to have contracted COVID-19. “He has been placed in an isolation ward,” it said in a statement, adding that the patient’s condition was stable. Georgia recorded its second coronavirus case and said the patient had recently traveled to Italy.The infected person’s “condition is satisfactory,” the head of Georgia’a national center for disease control, Amiran Gamkrelidze, told a news conference.He said 29 more people were kept in isolation in a Tbilisi hospital and there was “high probability” that some of them might test positive for the novel virus.On Wednesday, Georgia introduced a two-week ban on Iranian nationals entering Georgia. Earlier this month, Tbilisi suspended direct air services with China.Topics : Belarus and Azerbaijan reported Friday their first cases of the novel coronavirus, while Georgia announced its second case, saying several more people in quarantine may test positive.Belarus’s health ministry said that an infected Iranian student who arrived in the country from Azerbaijan last week was in a “satisfactory” condition.The student and people he had been in contact with had been placed in quarantine in a hospital in the capital Minsk, it added in a statement.
After the New Order regime collapsed in 1998, the villagers made an effort to reclaim their land, urging the company to return it 20 years later, in 2018.Several efforts to bring the two parties to terms have been made but to no avail. Lahat Regent Cik Ujang arranged a proposal for the company to give up 20 percent of its plantation area to villagers under the plasma smallholders scheme, in which the villagers would sell the produce to the company.The offer was rejected, and villagers kept working the land without an agreement.On the morning of March 21, the plantation company moved to evict the villagers from the land. A number of company security guards, accompanied by police officers carrying rifles, arrived to enforce the eviction.Villagers resisted, and violence broke out between the two groups. In addition to the two farmers who died during the clash, two others were injured. They were taken to the Lahat General Hospital.The clash ended after the police fired warning shots and company security personnel withdrew from the land.“The dead farmers have been buried. Their graves are a symbol of our fight. The injured farmers are recovering,” said Andriansyah.Read also: Land disputes still common, putting farmers’ future in jeopardyCivil society organizations, including the South Sumatra chapter of the Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) and the Palembang Legal Aid Institute, lambasted what they considered the company’s aggression. They wrote an open letter to President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo.“We urge the President to evaluate palm oil plantation permits that have been leading to land conflicts,” South Sumatra Walhi executive director Hairul Sobri said.He said the police should uncover the truth instead of defending one party in the conflict. He said facts had been manipulated regarding the naming of suspects.“The National Police should also investigate the regional police for providing security assistance to the company during the conflict.”Pagar Batu villagers have demanded that the government investigate the case thoroughly and work to settle the ongoing land dispute.PT Artha Prigel spokesperson Yulius Rafli did not respond The Jakarta Post’s request for comment. (aly)Topics : The conflict has been ongoing since 1993, when the company forced Pagar Batu residents to give up their land in exchange for what they considered paltry compensation. According to the village’s youth forum, the total area of the disputed land is about 180 hectares.“We’re still defending our land because it is the source of our livelihoods. There’s no more farm land in the village. Where else would we make our livings,” a resident named Andriansyah told The Jakarta Post on Wednesday, adding that the villagers had produced coffee, durian and rubber on the land for generations.Read also: Conflicts in South Sumatra triggered by overlapping landPT Artha Prigel is a subsidiary of PT Bukit Barisan Indah Permai of the Sawit Mas Group. The government granted the company an additional 35-year permit to cultivate the 2000 ha of land in 2006. Years of conflict between residents of Pagar Batu village and oil palm plantation company PT Artha Prigel in Lahat regency, South Sumatra, reached a climax recently as company security guards allegedly killed two farmers from the village.Lahat Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Irwansyah said a security guard, identified as 38-year-old UB, had been named a suspect for allegedly stabbing the two farmers: Putra, 32, and Sumarlin, 38.“We are still investigating the case and questioning other witnesses. It is possible that we will name new suspects later,” Irwansyah said.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan said on Monday that the provincial administration would not impose the odd-even vehicle restriction policy yet despite acknowledging that personal vehicles were crowding the streets of Jakarta as the large-scale social restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19 had been relaxed.Anies said that, during this transition period, the Jakarta administration saw no circumstances requiring the implementation of the policy.Starting on Monday, some offices in the capital have had employees working from the office following the relaxation of the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) as Jakarta enters a period of transition to the “new normal”. “As long as there is no circular or notice from the governor regarding the implementation of the odd-even policy, then there is no odd-even [policy] yet,” he said, adding that the policy would be imposed if there is a necessity to control the number of residents going outdoors.“As long as there is no condition that requires us to do so, and there is no governor’s circular, then there is no odd-even [policy],” Anies said.Anies said that although the number of people commuting using personal vehicles was higher than the relatively low number of people using public transportation, he acknowledged that there were still passenger pileups, especially at several shelters of city-owned bus service Transjakarta as people were starting to work from the office.“We will make a rearrangement so that they [passengers] can practice physical distancing as much as possible,” Anies told reporters at the Kendal tunnel in Central Jakarta while conducting his morning inspection on Monday.Read also: Jakarta not ready to enter ‘new normal’, LaporCOVID-19 survey suggestsThe challenge, Anies said, was how to maintain physical distancing at the transit shelters as managing the pileups at non-transit shelters was relatively easier. “Transit shelters are usually more packed,” he said.Transjakarta had prepared some mechanisms to tackle the issue, Anies added, without elaborating further.Topics : Although the governor acknowledged that the use of personal vehicles remained high during this transition period, Anies said the Jakarta administration had yet to come to a decision about when it would reimpose the odd-even traffic policy – the strategy of the provincial administration to tackle Jakarta’s traffic issues.“The gubernatorial regulation stipulates that in this transition period, if there is a spike in the number of cases, we can impose an ‘emergency brake’ policy. But it doesn’t mean that we will actually impose [the policy], although we can do it [based on the mentioned circumstances],” Anies said.Read also: Jakarta takes risk of rebound by moving to ‘transitional’ restrictionsRegarding the odd-even policy, he went on, the provincial administration could impose it during the transition period, but it did not mean that it would impose it immediately.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is battling for a top four finish with Man Utd (Picture: Getty Images)Everton host Manchester United at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon with neither time finding it easy to pick up results regularly at the moment.The Toffees have picked up impressive wins over Chelsea and Arsenal of late, but also suffered poor defeats to Newcastle and Fulham.The Red Devils have won just one of their last four matches, suffering two defeats to Barcelona and one to Wolverhampton Wanderers.A win for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will put them into the Premier League top four, at least until Arsenal play later in the afternoon and Chelsea play on Monday night.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Comment Everton have been struggling for consistency all season (Picture: Getty Images)When is Everton vs Man Utd?AdvertisementAdvertisementThe match is on Sunday 21 April with kick-off at 1.30pm at Goodison Park.What TV channel is Everton vs Man Utd on and is there a live stream?Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will be showing the game live with coverage on both starting at 12.30pm.Subscribers can stream the action on Sky Go or watch on the Sky Sports app.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityTeam newsAndre Gomes is banned for Everton after a really bad challenge on Aleksandr Mitrovic in the Blues’ last outing against Fulham.Otherwise, Everton are only missing Yerry Mina, as Morgan Schneiderlin is set to return.Manchester United will be missing Eric Bailly and Antonio Valencia through injury and Luke Shaw through suspension, but otherwise Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has his whole squad available to him.What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)9/4 Everton5/2 Draw13/10 Man Utd Everton vs Man Utd TV channel, live stream, time, odds, team news and head-to-head MORE: Liverpool’s Bobby Adekanye 80% sure he’s joining Lazio at the end of the seasonMORE: Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane explains why he wants to sign Man Utd’s Paul Pogba Phil HaighSunday 21 Apr 2019 5:04 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Head-to-head in last five meetings Advertisement 28 Oct 2018 – Man Utd 2-1 Everton – Premier League01 Jan 2018 – Everton 0-2 Man Utd – Premier League17 Sep 2017 – Man Utd 4-0 Everton – Premier League04 Apr 2017 – Man Utd 1-1 Everton – Premier League04 Dec 2016 – Everton 1-1 Man Utd – Premier League
Pennsylvania Shares Update on COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring Dashboard, Cases Among Businesses, Age Groups
August 14, 2020 Pennsylvania Shares Update on COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring Dashboard, Cases Among Businesses, Age Groups SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Press Release, Public Health Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine today released a weekly status update detailing the state’s mitigation efforts based on the COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring System Dashboard comparing the seven-day period of August 7 – August 13 to the previous seven days, July 31 – August 6, along with data on cases that reported visiting a business among potential exposures, and age-specific data for 19-24-year-olds.The dashboard is designed to provide early warning signs of factors that affect the state’s mitigation efforts. The data available on the dashboard includes week-over-week case differences, incidence rates, test percent-positivity, and rates of hospitalizations, ventilations and emergency room visits tied to COVID-19.“Our percent positivity decreased for the third week in a row, which is a testament to the testing occurring, and that testing is widely available throughout the state,” Gov. Wolf said. “However, with increased testing comes increased case counts. The virus is still circulating, and we must continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and avoid large gatherings to keep our numbers low, stop the spread and allow more freedom.”As of Thursday, August 13, the state has seen a seven-day case increase of 5,530, the previous seven-day increase was 5,030, indicating a 500-case increase across the state over the past week.The statewide percent-positivity went down to 4.0% from 4.1% last week. Counties with concerning percent-positivity include Fayette (10.4%), Armstrong (8.9%), Cameron (8.7%), Huntingdon (7.1%), Dauphin (6.5%), Northumberland (6.4%), Mercer (6.3%), Erie (5.9%), Crawford (5.8%), Forest (5.8%), York (5.6%), Indiana (5.5%), Franklin (5.4%), Lawrence (5.3%), and Berks (5.0%). Each of these counties bears watching as the state continues to monitor all available data.The Department of Health is now providing data on the number of individuals who responded to case investigators that they spent time at business establishments (restaurants, bars, gym/fitness center, salon/barbershop) and at mass gatherings 14 days prior to the onset of symptoms.Of the 24,468 positive cases reported between July 13 and August 11, less than half of the individuals provided an answer to the question as to whether they spent time at a business establishment. Of those who did provide an answer, 13 percent, or 1,499 answered yes, they visited a business establishment 14 days prior to onset of symptoms:47 percent of those who said yes reported going to a restaurant;24 percent of those who said yes reported going to a bar;19 percent of those who said yes reported going to some other business establishment;10 percent of those who said yes reported going to a gym/fitness center; and9 percent of those who said yes reported going to a salon/barbershop.Of the 24,468 cases, 52 percent answered the question as to whether they attended a mass gathering or other large event. Of the 52 percent, nearly 12 percent (1,648) answered yes to whether they attended a mass gathering or other large event 14 days prior to onset of symptoms.Case investigator notes included frequent mentions of visits to bars and restaurants among positive case. To better understand this emerging trend, on July 13, contact tracers began asking more specific questions on types of businesses visited and if individuals attended a mass gathering, defined as more than 250 people in attendance outdoors or more than 25 indoors.The numbers above highlight business settings and mass gatherings as possible sites for transmission. With approximately half of those asked about what types of businesses they visited or if they attended a mass gathering responding to the question, the department is reminding Pennsylvanians that it is essential that people answer the phone when case investigators call and to provide full and complete information to these clinical professionals.Also today, the Department of Health updated its travel recommendations, originally announced on July 2, to remove Nebraska, North Carolina, Utah and Wisconsin from the list of states recommended for domestic travelers returning from to quarantine for 14 days upon return to Pennsylvania.It is important that people understand that this recommendation is in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania. A concerning number of recent cases have been linked to travel, and if people are going to travel, we need them to take steps to protect themselves, their loved ones and their community, and that involves quarantining.In addition, the department has looked at the percent change in cases among 19-24-year-olds from April through July 14, compared to April through August 14 after the most recent mitigation efforts were put in place:The percent of cases among 19-24-year-olds in the SW are down by 12 percent (24 percent as of July 14 to 12 percent as of August 14);The percent of cases among 19-24-year-olds in the NC are down five percent (14 percent as of July 14 to 8 percent as of August 14);The percent of cases among 19-24-year-olds in the NW are down three percent (12 percent as of July 14 to 9 percent as of August 14);The percent of cases among 19-24-year-olds in the SC are down one percent (13 percent as of July 14 to 12 percent as of August 14);The percent of cases among 19-24-year-olds in the SE remained the same (17 percent as of July 14 to 17 percent as of August 14); andThe percent of cases among 19-24-year-olds in the NE remained the same (17 percent as of July 14 to 17 percent of as August 14).Declines in this age group, where we saw significant case increases prior to July 15 mitigation efforts, indicate the actions are working, but must continue to see further declines across the state.Gov. Wolf continues to prioritize the health and safety of all Pennsylvanians through the COVID-19 pandemic. Pennsylvanians should continue to take actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, regardless of in what county they live. This includes wearing a mask or face covering anytime they are in public. COVID-19 has been shown to spread easily in the air and contagious carriers can be asymptomatic.Ver esta página en español.
At LPP, Rule was co-CIO alongside Mike Jensen until late 2017, when the latter left to transfer to Lancashire Country Council, LPP’s other founding shareholder. Local Pensions Partnership (LPP) has given Chris Rule the permanent role of chief executive officer, a job he was carrying out on an interim basis since the departure of Susan Martin in May.Richard Tomlinson has been promoted to the role of chief investment officer of LPP’s authorised investment manager, LPPI, taking over from Rule.Rule has worked for LPP since 2016, although he was at London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA), one of LPP’s founding clients, before that.Before joining LPFA he held several senior positions, including head of alternatives at SEB Investment Management and principal at Old Mutual Asset Managers, where he founded and co-managed the multi-strategy team. Chris RuleTomlinson has been in LPP’s investment team since 2017, joining from Albourne Partners, where he was head of portfolio advisory for the EMEA region. He also worked at Old Mutual Asset Managers, as head of multi-strategy. Michael O’Higgins, chair of LPP, said he was confident Rule and Tomlinson “will deliver on our objective of building a strong business which maximises our collective ability, in order to generate the best outcomes for our clients and their members”.As at the end of 2019, LPP had £18.8bn (€22bn) in assets under management, including GLIL Infrastructure, a collaboration with the Northern LGPS, another local authority pension asset consolidation group. Royal Country of Berkshire Pension Fund officially joined LPP in 2018.
MORE NEWS: Jaw-dropping asking price for vacant blocks Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) director John Newlands said there were several reasons people weren’t listing their houses.“People are holding on (to their homes) one, hoping the prices are going to go up more, two, it’s hard to get the finance again and three, I think the gap between what they’ve got and what they want is significant,” he said.“It makes it challenging in that agents are finding they don’t have the same stock levels to be able to offer clients.” The number of listings has plummeted across the Coast in the past year.House hunters struggling to find their dream home are not alone, with more than 3000 fewer properties on the market compared to a year ago.Latest CoreLogic data shows there were 26,152 Gold Coast properties listed in January 2019 while there were 22,519 last month – 3633 fewer than last year.Of those listings, 1474 were new to the market in January last year while 926 were listed last month. MORE NEWS: Where it will cost you $6000 a week in rent More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa8 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:12Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:12 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhen is the best time to sell or buy? Property cycles explained02:13 He said interstate investors were turning to the Gold Coast for property because it offered a better return than the banks were adding further pressure to the market. Prospective buyers looking for property under $400,000 had more options, Mr Newlands said, while those priced between $600,000 and $800,000 were much harder to come by.Industry experts say the short supply is ramping up competition for properties across the Coast, with prices surging and the number of days properties are spending on the market falling.REIQ Gold Coast zone chairman Andrew Henderson told the Bulletin last week many people were also reluctant to sell their houses because they believed they wouldn’t find anywhere else to move to.