* 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 allowed * 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)
\”Jump Around\” is one of the many reasons ESPN named Camp Randall the Big Ten\’s best stadium.[/media-credit]While academics may finish for the University of Wisconsin-Madison in mid-May, Badger athletics are a year-round adventure at UW.Here are some of the highlights you may have missed over the summer break:? Men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan led Team USA in the World University Games to a third-place finish over Israel. The U.S. lost in the semifinals to Russia 69-68. Although there was some questionable officiating, Ryan refused to blame the referees. “That game was hard-fought,” Ryan said. “Defensively, look at what we were making them shoot. Of course, they were playing hard too, and look what they did to us. Finding easy baskets in that game was very, very difficult. You have a bad shooting night one game, and then you are on the sideline for the championship game.”? ESPN’s Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg ranked Camp Randall as the No. 1 stadium at which to go to a Big Ten game. “I’ve always had a thing for Camp Randall, ever since I covered my first game there in 2000,” Rittenberg wrote. “I’m a sucker for stadiums that are nestled into metropolitan areas, with limited parking sprawl and a real scene around the perimeter. From the frat parties on Breese Terrace to Regent Street nearby, the atmosphere is truly unique. Things really get rocking inside the facility, which blends traditional touches with modern amenities.”? Women’s hockey players Hilary Knight, Meghan Duggan and Brooke Ammerman were invited to tryout for 2009-10 U.S. Women’s National team, which is coached by current Badger head coach Mark Johnson. If selected, the three will be included on the roster for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Eight former Badgers including Angie Kesely, Erika Lawler and Jessie Vetter — members of last year’s national championship team — are also competing for a roster spot.? Fresh off a disappointing season in which they failed to qualify for the NCAA Tournament, Wisconsin’s volleyball team brought in a whopping nine new players to incorporate for next season. Highlighting the class is freshman middle blocker Mary Ording. A native of Carmel, Ind., Ording was listed in Volleyball magazine as one of the top 50 high school seniors and played for two different national title teams this summer.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 20, 2013 at 4:29 pm Contact Phil: firstname.lastname@example.org | @PhilDAbb Related Stories THEY’RE BACK: Syracuse pulls off furious comeback win against Yale to return to final four after longest absence since 1979Syracuse attack carries Orange into final four as Tumolo gets Carrier Dome farewell Tickets are now available at the Carrier Dome Box Office and SUAthletics.com for the men’s and women’s 2013 NCAA Lacrosse Championships.The No. 1 Syracuse men’s team will play fourth-seeded Denver in the final four on Saturday at 5 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Tickets for the men’s championship are $110, plus a $7 order charge.The tickets include Saturday’s semifinal contests, the Division II and Division III championship games on Sunday, and the Division I title game on Monday afternoon. Seating priority is determined by 2011-12 Orange Club giving level, then by the date the order is received.The No. 4-seed Orange women’s team will face top-seeded Maryland in the national semifinals on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Villanova (Pa.) Stadium. Tickets cost $25 for adults and $15 for youth, as well as a $7 order charge. The tickets are good for both national semifinal games on Friday evening and Sunday night’s national championship game.Ticket packages for both men’s and women’s championships will become available for pickup at the Carrier Dome Box Office at noon Wednesday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments