Cappelli: Guests will not have to wait at the border, but by filling out the web application they will cross the border in advance in a few seconds

first_img/ Recommendations for infection prevention in zoos, national parks and nature parks as part of the gradual easing of COVID-19 restrictive measures The total number of people cured of covid19 was in 2011, and a total of 132 sick patients to date, while 471 people are in self-isolation. Four new patients are from Brod-Posavina County, and one new case each is in Osijek-Baranja and Split-Dalmatia counties.  In the next period, Croatia will have controlled tourism, and by filling out the web application, guests will cross the border in a few seconds, without waiting, Cappelli said. Index.hr Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli was also present at today’s press conference, announcing an additional opening of the borders. / Recommendations for preventing the spread of COVID-19 disease during professional artistic performances, cultural programs and events / Recommendations for activities in the field of air passenger transport during the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic MIA: Online questionnaire and answers to frequently asked questions about crossing the border INSTRUCTIONS FOR FOREIGN TOURISTS IN ENGLISH / / / MIA ANNOUNCES INFORMATION ON POSSIBILITIES OF ENTRY INTO THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA At today’s press conference of the National Civil Protection Headquarters, it was announced that we have six new cases of coronavirus infection, and that two people have died. Cappelli je precizirao da te obavijesti uključuju ponašanje u hotelu pri dolasku, beskontaktne rezervacije hotela te odlaske u bazen ili na plažu. ”Turisti koji dolaze ne mogu reći da ne znaju kako se ponašati u Republici Hrvatskoj’‘, dodao je. / Recommendations for swimming in the sea and inland surface waters during the COVID-19 epidemic Opening to Austria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary has been announced for the end of May. According to eVisitor, 13 foreign citizens, mostly from Slovenia, entered Croatia by 5336 pm on Friday from midnight.center_img “With third countries, everything depends on an agreement at EU level. We are trying to respect the protocol agreed at the EU level, but also to respect bilateral agreements as we had with Slovenia”, rekao je Cappelli. / Recommendations for the operation of swimming pools and water parks during the COVID-19 epidemic As of Thursday, there is an online questionnaire that further clarifies the conditions for entering the Republic of Croatia, as well as answers to the most common questions. Find out more in the attachment. Cappelli: Guests will not have to wait at the border, but by filling out the web application they will cross the border in advance in a few seconds This is a voluntary application that will enable tourists to meet the conditions in advance and enter the Republic of Croatia. ” Here we will make a redistribution at the border crossings so that those who have registered with the CNIPH through the application can pass without any delay. Once you receive an answer through the application and when you have registered where you will stay in the Republic of Croatia, it is valid as long as this measure is valid “, added the Minister of the Interior and the head of the National Civil Protection Headquarters Davor Božinović. / Recommendations for preventing the spread of COVID-19 disease during tourist entertainer activities and programs The Minister of Tourism emphasized that hotels are reopening, depending on the possibilities and the arrival of tourists, and that for foreign tourists there are already explanations in English for all segments of tourism. ” Guests won’t have to wait at the border, but by filling out the web app they will cross the border in advance in seconds. By May 28, we will have an app based on a platform previously used as a permit. Our first priority is to know what tourists expect when they arrive in Croatia “, said Cappelli. / Recommendation for training, sports and recreational activities in indoor sports facilities Cappelli reported that some tourists who had previously canceled reservations were making reservations again for June and that Germany, in agreement with the ministers of all EU countries, had expressed a desire to allow citizens to come to sea from 15 June. The same date applies to Poland, he added. From midnight to 13 pm, 5366 foreign citizens entered Croatialast_img read more

Doris, Thompson, Bascom impress in the USA

first_imgGUYANA’S 100 and 200 metres record-holder Brenessa Thompson along with triple jump record-holder Troy Doris were among the string of Guyanese athletes who turned in several great performances over the weekend in the USA.Jeremy BascomThe 21-year-old Thompson, competing at the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) level with Texas A & M, clocked 7.43 seconds to win the women’s 60 metres race, while placing fourth in the 200m at the same event, running 23.70 seconds.Doris (16.35 metres) bested a field of strong jumpers to finish top of the podium at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational.Jeremy Bascom (Open/Senior), who competed at the Ocean Breeze Grand Prix, clocked 6.78 seconds to win the 60 metres race and at the same event, Winston George (Open/Senior) was 3rd in the 300m in a time of 33.78 seconds.Stephan James (Mississippi State) finished 9th in the 400m at the Vanderbilt Invitational with a time of 47.97 seconds and Iana Amsterdam (Open/Senior) fouled her first two jumps and jumped 12.66m and was 9th, at the Clemson Invitational, where Christian Coleman broke the 60m world record.Shenika King (Open/Senior) had a busy weekend, first at Gotham Cup where she was third in the 400m in a time of 56.74 secs and second in the 200m with a time of 24.98. She also competed at the Ocean Breeze Grand Prix in the 60m and ran 7.92 seconds, placing fifth.Ken Nelson (Unattached/Junior) ran 50.25 secs to win the 400 metres at the Terrapin Invitational at the University of Maryland.Jenna McCammon (Open/Senior) was seventh in the 60m in a time of 8.61 secs and 12th in the 60m with a time of 7.87 at the Clemson Invitational.last_img read more

Floyd Mayweather Suffers Second Family Loss

first_imgRoger Mayweather (right), uncle of boxing great Floyd, passed away at the age of 58 years Despite the pair being separated, the 43-year-old has spent the last few days posting to his Instagram page images of himself and Harris during happier times.The pictures were posted along with tributes calling her ‘my rock’ ‘my friend’ and ‘my angel and ‘my love’.Roger was a key member of Floyd’s training team, training the 50-0 boxer when he made his pro debut in 1996 until his father, Floyd Senior, was released from prison two years later.The pair reunited in 2000 and were an iconic fighter-trainer duo for 12 years as Floyd established himself as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters on the planet, as well as being a pay-per-view king.Owing to health problems, Roger retired from coaching and Floyd Senior took over as head coach for the twilight of his son’s career.Roger fought 72 fights as a professional, winning 59 of them over an 18-year boxing career. He held the WBA and super featherweight title and WBC light welterweight title during his career.His fighting career is best noted for his memorable bouts with Julio Cesar Chavez and Ray Mancini.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Floyd Mayweather has suffered a second personal heartbreak in a matter of days after his uncle Roger, who played an integral role in his fabled career, passed away aged 58 according to TMZ.The former boxer, who retired in 1999, reportedly had been suffering from poor health including diabetes, and had held the mitts for Floyd when he first set foot in professional boxing.Tuesday’s news follows from what has been a tough period for Floyd, after Josie Harris, the mother of his three children, was found dead in her car by police in California last week.last_img read more