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Guv lists extended ECQ travel restrictions

first_img* private vehicles – only one-half the seating capacity is allowed  * motorized bancas – passengers must be seated one meter apart “Dasig lang ‘ni ang 15 days. Indi kita maghalog. Sa baylo, maghugot pa gid kita sa pagpangudal kay amo ‘ni ang maayo para sa aton tanan,” said Defensor./PN * government officials and employees travelling in the pursuit of their functions The Philippine Coast Guard and Bureau of Quarantine were enjoined to enforce these travel restrictions. The previous ECQ ended on April 30. “We do not want to let our guards down,” said Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr. * residents of Iloilo City and the province of Guimaras traveling to Iloilo   However, stressed the EO, there shall be shuttle services provided by municipalities stationed in their barangay exit points to transport ECQ pass holders to the poblacion area and those commuting on a daily basis to Iloilo City. The schedule of the shuttle services shall be determined by the municipal mayors.  Meanwhile, transportation not operating as public utility vehicles must observe the following social distancing measures:   Section 7, on the other hand, enjoined municipalities and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to suspend the operation of public transport under their respective jurisdictions.  * for pedicabs – only one passenger allowedcenter_img * tricycles – only two passengers (one at the front seat and one at the back seat), provided that the front and back seats shall have a divider made of nonporous material, such as wood or plastic * jeepneys – only one-half of their seating capacity is allowed; passengers must be seated one seat apart * buses – for a row for three passengers, only two is allowed; for a row of two passengers, only one is allowed * transport vans – only one-half of the seating capacity is allowed; passengers must be seated one seat apart There are, however, a few exemptions. In Executive Order (EO) No. 110 extending the ECQ to May 15, restrictions on travel do not cover the following: “Transportation or forwarding in the conduct of trade, delivery of social/humanitarian services, fishing/marine activities, scientific/academic pursuits, and such other essential purposes, shall not be hindered” also, stated Section 5 of EO 110. An abrupt loosening of restrictions on people’s movements could result to a spike in COVID-19 cases, warned Defensor. Under Section 6, persons who enter the province in violation of the travel restriction shall be placed under quarantine for 14 days. * for motorcycles – no back riders ILOILO – While allowing the reopening of establishments and industries related to agriculture, among others, under an extended enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), the provincial government is maintaining travel restrictions. * medical personnel and health/humanitarian workers performing functions in relation to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)last_img read more

McIntyre brings changes to SU, veterans learn to adapt

first_img Comments Published on September 20, 2010 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Sixty feet. That’s how the soccer team thinks of itself. Thirty players and 60 feet. Last year’s team did not view itself so simplistically. It was mired in team politics about the firing of former head coach Dean Foti. Players became more concerned with personal disagreements and less concerned with this simple number. But this year, all that really matters are those feet and what they do on the field. Of those 30 players, only 10 were on the team last year to notice the changes that have occurred since Foti was released and new head coach Ian McIntyre was hired. The veterans have embraced the new players and the changes that came with McIntyre’s coaching. ‘It can be a little bit awkward when you’re returning and you see the number of new faces in the locker room exceeds those of the returners,’ McIntyre said. ‘But the older guys are leading by example. I refer to them as the cultural architects of our program. They set the standard, and ultimately they’re the leaders of the group.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder text The most obvious change is in the playing style. McIntyre tried out a couple of formations, but for now has settled on a 4-5-1, which fosters an attacking style of play. In this formation, there is only one defensive midfielder, said senior forward L.J. Papaleo. Last year, there were two. This allows more players to push forward, leaving only five field players and a goalie behind to defend. Last year, the team played a possession game, keeping the ball in its own half and advancing little by little. For most of the returnees, the adjustments have been minimal. Senior midfielder Geoff Lytle said he does not feel he has had to make any changes to this style of play. But Papaleo has had to get used to receiving the ball up top instead of having it going through the midfield. ‘There’s more playing direct,’ Papaleo said. ‘I’m more the point man. I hold up the ball, lay it off to a midfielder. Whereas last year, it was more play the ball through to me, and I’d run on to it.’ Aside from changes on the field, the 10 returnees have encountered changes in the chemistry of the team, as well. In fact, Lytle said team chemistry was the biggest difference this year. As old and new players have gotten to know each other, integration has not been a problem. ‘In the locker room, everyone talks to everyone,’ Papaleo said. ‘Last year there were cliques, and that kind of brought our team down. Everyone’s just one unit together.’ Starting over the summer, the veterans reached out to the newcomers by sending them letters and e-mails. Sophomore goalkeeper Ryan Jones helped organize the communication. Federico Agreda, a forward who transferred from Garden City Community College, was one of the recipients. Agreda said he found the information helpful upon his arrival at Syracuse. ‘It said (things) about the life here,’ he said. ‘To keep yourself away from the trouble, the parties, the drinking. How to manage your time, especially because there are so many people here. And control yourself, because we’re part of a team here.’ This team’s slogan for the year is ‘Maximum effort is the minimum requirement.’ This saying comes from McIntyre, and so does the motivation to live by it. Whether it was the advice in Jones’ letters or an atmosphere formed during preseason, Lytle said the team has taken the saying to heart this year. Last year, it might have just been a slogan. So 60 feet, all clad in laced-up cleats with Nike socks, walk on to the field as the SU soccer team. There is no telling which players were there last year and which are just getting used to the grass of the SU Soccer Stadium. There is just one obstacle left for the returners to overcome. Said Lytle: ‘The hardest part would be understanding the new guys from Sweden.’ alguggen@syr.edulast_img read more

New Huron Pines AmeriCorps members eager to educate

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena, Mich. — Over the past few months, you may have noticed some new faces at the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center.Adam Ziani and Kellie Wasikowski are the newest members to Huron Pines AmeriCorps. Both have a deep passion for the environment, and they’re taking that passion to the community.“I have such a high value the water we have here, the Great Lakes, the inland lakes,” said Ziani. “I think it’s a responsibility for Michigan citizens.”The two new Huron Pines AmeriCorps members operate out of the NOAA buildings in Alpena. Huron Pines helps develop leaders in conservation. They have members stationed throughout Northern Michigan in all different types of places. It’s a great way gain experience in educating people about issues facing the environment. The program also provides opportunities for working with professionals and mentors.“Programming that we do is very much influenced by academic research and things like that for effective education and communication,” said Wasikowski.Ziani will be serving as educational coordinator, helping students and teachers learn more about local fisheries and watersheds through the B-Wet Program which is part of  the Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative.“When spring comes around, I will be meeting directly with classes out in the field, doing place-based education events,” said Ziani.As an educational specialist, Kellie has a slightly different role, working in the sanctuary for school visits and programs like ‘Science on a Sphere’ and marine remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).Both are two months into the 10 month program. The weather hasn’t been so nice for the new AmeriCorps members. School cancellations have halted class visits and opportunities for place-based learning. These past two months have been primarily used in preparation for what’s ahead in the spring season.“We’re trying to encourage people to think larger because that is where the solutions are going to come,” said Wasikowski.Expect to see both Adam and Kellie educating the future stewards of the Sunrise Side and beyond.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: alpena, B-Wet Program, Conservation, Education, Environment, Friends at Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Great Lake Maritime Heritage Center, Great Lakes, Huron Pines AmeriCorp, NOAA, Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative, Place-based learning, Sunrise Side, Thunder Bay National Marine SanctuaryContinue ReadingPrevious Photo of the Day for Thursday, February 14Next Photo of the Day for Friday, February 15last_img read more

Online Sale for Slovakia-BiH Match Tickets Began

first_imgThe match between Slovakia and BiH in Žilina, Slovenia will take place on 10 September, and the online sale of tickets began.Tickets can be bought on the websites www.futbalsfz.sk/vstupenky and www.ticketportal.sk, which requires registration, and a maximum of four tickets can be bought.(Source: klix.ba)last_img