HZJZ: Instructions for catering facilities

first_imgTonight, 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the cash payment process, it is recommended that the customer first put the money on the counter and then take the withdrawn balance and after each customer the counter is disinfected.The product (beverage, meal, etc.)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.last_img read more

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High hopes for Adelaide run

first_img Press Association Aidan O’Brien believes Adelaide is the right type of horse for Saturday’s Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. O’Brien has not had any runners in Australia since a rather controversial Melbourne Cup in 2008, when his three representatives were well down the field and the stewards called him back to the racecourse after he had already left. Since then the Ballydoyle handler has been looking for what he believes is the perfect specimen with which to tackle Australia’s major races. center_img He told www.theage.com.au: “The horses that you have, play your hand. “Every year you don’t have the same horses – (a Cox Plate runner) needs to have the right profile. “It is hard to get a horse that we think could fit the right profile. “Tom (Magnier, of Coolmore Australia) saw this horse at an early stage and he just thought he could be a horse to do that. “Tom has been big influence. It is one your biggest races. Obviously we have always been aware of it and I have been guided by Tom and what he thought. “It is a long way to go and you have to have a horse that you believe could be very competitive. This horse has continued to develop.” Adelaide won the Secretariat Stakes at Arlington before finishing third to Ectot in the Prix Niel at Longchamp last time out. “The mile-and-a-quarter on a tight track didn’t seemed to be a problem for him (at Arlington). The only thing about him is when he goes he is a little bit idle. We might not want to get there (to the front) too early with him, but I suppose on a tight track that is not an easy thing to do,” said O’Brien. last_img read more

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Jamal Crawford helped Clippers even score with Warriors

first_img“Jamal is just good,” said Rivers, whose team plays host to the Toronto Raptors (22-7) at 12:30 p.m. Saturday (on Prime Ticket). “He’s a professional scorer. What I love about him … he can miss five in a row and it doesn’t faze him. He knows what he can do. Once he gets one to go in, the rim seems to open up for him and get bigger.“We needed every point he had.”Crawford shot 8 of 18 (44.4 percent) from the field, 4 of 10 (40 percent) from 3-point range. He came in having made just 16 of his previous 50 shots for 32 percent, 6 of 20 from 3-point range for 30 percent).Crawford is of the mind this was indeed a huge victory.“It definitely is, it really is,” Crawford said. “There are games during the course of the season where no matter what you say, it means a little bit more. Obviously, the whole country — the whole world — was watching this game. They’re (the Warriors) playing as good as anybody in the NBA. Golden State walloped the Clippers by 17 points on Nov. 5 in Oakland. It was an embarrassing loss for the Clippers, who trailed by 27 points after three quarters.That’s why the 100-86 victory for the Clippers in the Christmas night rematch at Staples Center was huge for Los Angeles.Clippers coach Doc Rivers said the victory didn’t necessarily build confidence because his team was already confident. But the Clippers had to be wondering just how good they were heading into the game, not just because of what happened in early November, but because they were just 4-7 against teams with winning records.The Clippers (20-10), who had lost three of their previous four games and five of eight, can give a lot of thanks to sixth-man Jamal Crawford. He scored a game-high 24 points, getting 12 of those points during a fourth quarter when the Clippers worked hard to seal the deal. He made one clutch shot after another and even had two assists in the fourth. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img “We’re trying to continue to be consistent and get back on track, so I thought it was good.”Crawford also pulled down seven rebounds for the second consecutive game; the 6-foot-5 guard averages just 1.9 board. He’s averaging 16.4 points.Warriors suddenly strugglingGolden State (23-5) recently won 16 consecutive games and entered play Christmas night having won 18 of 20. Including their surprising loss Tuesday to the Lakers, they have now lost two games in succession.“Very poor execution,” said first-year coach Steve Kerr, whose team still owns the league’s best record. “We had a chance to be up 15 at halftime. Some of it was just strange, simple plays. We missed a couple of dunks, missed a couple of open shots. Some of it was … we’re out of whack right now offensively. We’re not in the same groove we’ve been in. The ball is not moving.”Perhaps guard Steph Curry said it best.“We’re not invincible,” he said.Scouting the RaptorsToronto enters Saturday’s game against the Clippers atop the Eastern Conference. The Raptors are being led by point guard Kyle Lowry in scoring (20.0), assists (7.7) and steals (1.4). Jonas Valanciunas – a 7-foot center – averages 12.2 points and a team-best 8.8 rebounds.Toronto has not played since losing 129-120 at Chicago on Monday. The Raptors had won six consecutive games.last_img read more

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Special Olympians get special send off

first_imgTelecommunication giants, Digicel handed over $4.2 million to Jamaica’s special Olympics team that will depart on Monday for the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria from March 14 to 25. Digicel were among several sponsors who had a meet and greet session with the athletes yesterday at the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) offices in St Andrew. Other sponsorship came from Sports Development Foundation ($2 million); Melbourne Cricket Club ($500,000); Jamdammers ($320,000); Unicef; Puma; US Embassy and Spanish Embassy. Special Olympics Jamaica executive director, Lorna Bell praised the sponsors for making it possible for the athletes to represent Jamaica at another world games. “We could not do it without our partners, some of which have been with us for 13 years. Unicef is a global partner of the movement and represented by Mark Connolly,” Bell said. ‘The athletes have been in training for the past two years, and I am expecting them to perform at their best. We will have representatives in floor hockey and speed skating. The speed skating team was in a one-week camp in Florida and we are expecting a medal from Romaine Austin,” she shared. The officials include: Glendon West, head of delegation; Pat Lue Chin, assistant head of delegation and team doctor; Jacqueline Bennett, coach of the roller skating team; and Donna Goldson and Richard Oates, coaches of the floor hockey team. Floor Hockey team – Dwight Brooks, David Clarke, Shequan Collins, Oshane Daley, Lamoy Givons, Vontroy Harrison, Renardo Howell, Lucan Jones, Omari Lobban, Sidney Manyan, Brandon Mattis, Ajornie Simpson, Andrew Thompson, David Thompson, Shamar Waite and Robert Weetom. Roller skating – Romaine Austin and Dave Oddman.last_img read more

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Dawson Creek RCMP seek public’s assistance in locating wanted man

first_img28-year-old Robert Sinclair is wanted for dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, drive while prohibited, use of a forged document, failure to appear and two counts of breach of recognizance. Indigenous male 5′ 10″ / 181 lbsBrown hairBrown eyes Sinclair is described as: – Advertisement – If located, you are being asked not to confront him and contact the RCMP or the police of jurisdiction in your area. center_img DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Dawson Creek RCMP are requesting for the public’s assistance in locating a wanted man. If you have any information regarding Sinclair, or where he might be, you are being asked to call the Dawson Creek RCMP at 250-784-3700 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.last_img read more

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WATCH: Tottenham and Man City stars score as Belgium beat Italy

first_imgJan Vertonghen and Kevin De Bruyne were among the goalscorers as Belgium came from behind to beat Italy 3-1 in Friday night’s friendly clash in Brussels.Antonio Candreva had fired the Italians into an early lead before Tottenham defender Vertonghen headed his side level from a De Bruyne corner.The Manchester City star then put Belgium ahead before substitute Michy Batshuayi added a late third for Marc Wilmots’ team.last_img

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Freemasons lodge to honour OXI Day

first_imgFor the first time this month, a Freemasons lodge in Australia is set to hold an event honouring a different community.The Gregorios Lodge is set to host commemorations for Oxi Day, marking 78 years since General Metaxas said ‘Oxi’ to Mussolini’s ultimatum to enter Greece in 1940.Taking place on Tuesday 30 October, two days after the official day, the event will take place at their Masonic Centre in Oakleigh.The decision to do so, is a chance to maintain contact with the important historical events of the past and an attempt to bring younger generations of Freemasons closer to their roots.“It’s basically the first time we’ve had an officially approved ceremony to commemorate anything but ANZAC within freemasonry in Victoria, so it’s a bit of a first for our craft and first for our lodge, and being a Greek lodge we thought it would be nice to do,” Master of the Lodge, Jim Karabatsos told Neos Kosmos.He went on to point out how there are elements of freemasonry within Greece’s modern history.“A lot of Greek history in the recent times, and by recent I mean from the time of the Turkish invasion onward, has been shaped by Masonic ideals. So while it wasn’t clearly Masonic, a lot of the behind-the-scenes organisation and support were certainly put together by people who were aware of and connected to freemasonry,” he said.“For example, the Filiki Eteria. Definitely not a lodge, but the people who structured it did so along the Masonic lines. Things like understanding how to organise and keep things under control or having support from overseas and so on.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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