Tonight, the Croatian Institute of Public Health (HZJZ) published instructions for catering facilities, according to which catering facilities from the following groups are allowed: Restaurants, Bars (cafe, pub, buffet, tavern and cellar) and Cattering facilities, but with adherence to all anti-epidemic measures and strict measures of social distancing as follows: Cover photo: Photo by Patrick Tomasso on Unsplash It is forbidden to serve food, drinks and beverages in the building.The customer picks up the purchase at the door, window or directly in front of the door of the building.It is necessary to ensure compliance with the highest hygiene standards and keeping the distance of a limited number of customers in order to reduce physical contact and maintain the prescribed distance of 2 meters between buyers, sellers and buyers, and sellers if one charges and the other issues.It is recommended, where not otherwise regulated, to install a partition / protection from plexiglass or other disinfectants of washable material in order to meet all the conditions and safety measures for the protection of buyers and sellers.If possible, payment by contactless cards is recommended.For the cash payment process, it is recommended that the customer first put the money on the counter and then take the withdrawn balance and after each customer the counter is disinfected.The product (beverage, meal, etc.) should be ordered and paid for in a place separate from the place of issuing / taking over the order (ie one person takes over the order and charges and the other issues the ordered), if this cannot be organized, the seller must disinfect hands between billing and ordering and disinfecting the area / counter where billing and ordering takes place between the two activities.Ensure that no crowds are created, and that clear instructions are placed at all entrances and visible places.If possible, it is recommended to ensure the flow of customers in such a way that the adjacent entrance / approach is separated from the exit / exit.In visible places, point out instructions and recommendations for adhering to general rules on hygiene and a strict measure of physical distance.If a drive-in system is organized, it is forbidden to get out of the car and the measures listed under points 3, 7 and 10 must be observed.
The alleged nude photos of Stephen Curry that leaked out to Twitter don’t actually feature the two-time NBA MVP, Curry’s agent said.Jeff Austin told the Daily Mail’s Alex Raskin the photos are “absolutely” not of Curry, and a Warriors source claimed the leak is a hoax, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Connor Letourneau reported. “Of course it’s not him,” the team source said.MORE: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson smells what the Bucks are cooking The origin of the photos is unclear, but they quickly spread across social media early Friday, resulting in Curry’s name shooting up the trending topics list. Curry’s wife, Ayesha, was not part of the leak, her publicist told Cassandra Negley of Yahoo Sports.The person who distributed the photos could face serious legal consequences given that uploading them to Twitter almost certainly violates revenge porn laws. Under the California penal code, for example, it is illegal to distribute images “where the victim is identifiable; with the intent to cause serious emotional distress to the victim; and the victim actually suffered such distress.”Curry, who has averaged 23.5 points, 6.6 assists and 4.5 rebounds over 11 seasons with Golden State, played in only four games this year before suffering a broken left hand. The Warriors are expected to provide an update on his status in early February.