Also, it is prepared letak in 8 languages distributed to CNTB offices, HAK, car clubs and camping organizations in the countries from which the majority of motorized tourist traffic comes. The leaflets contain information on travel planning, contactless payment models as well as recommendations for adhering to epidemiological measures. Posters calling for compliance with epidemiological measures are being placed on the entire network of HAC and ARZ shares, and they will be located at rest areas, sales offices and petrol stations of INA, CRODUX, TIFON and PETROL, which are campaign partners. Bilingual posters contain a QR code link to a website koronavirus.hr. “During the summer season, HAC normally conducts campaigns related to travel and highway safety. After the excellent response of users to the campaign “Emergency corridor saves lives”, for this season we planned a campaign intended for senior drivers, but the conditions of the new normal imposed other priorities.“, Said the President of the Management Board of HAC, Ph.D. Boris Huzjan. The messages of the information campaign were harmonized by the profession and the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia, and the templates of the information posters were also given to other motorway concessionaires in the Republic of Croatia, Croatian Motorways concluded. Although HAC and ARZ currently record approximately 70% of last year’s traffic, peak loads on the roads also create traffic jams on motorway facilities, so a balanced information campaign seeks to maintain awareness of the coronavirus and encourage responsible behavior. Given the increase in the number of infected in Croatia and other European countries, but also the intensification of tourist traffic, Croatian Motorways has launched an information campaign for safe travel in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. By the way, 52 percent of last year’s tourist traffic was realized in July until yesterday, and there are currently 467 thousand tourists in Croatia. With the opening of borders, the arrival of foreign tourists and the holiday season for domestic users, motorway traffic is also increasing.
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Published on February 23, 2014 at 5:42 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+ The Panthers were frantically passing the ball around the perimeter. Each time someone caught it, a Syracuse player rushed up, arms in the air, denying even the slightest opening for a high-percentage shot.It was the first half and the shot clock was running down. SU’s 2-3 zone was frustrating Pittsburgh. Finally, the Panthers got an opening, passing it down to an open Cora McManus in the paint. But Brittney Sykes came and poked the ball away from her. It rolled down the baseline as the final second ticked off the shot clock.Exasperated expressons swept across the faces of the Pittsburgh players. Sykes clapped her hands in excitement.The futility was only just beginning for the Panthers.“We did a very good job of sitting on their sets,” SU head coach Quentin Hillsman said. “We got a very good scout from the first game and obviously when you’re playing the zone, playing the same as the first time, they’re going to do a lot of the same things.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWhen Chelsea Welch’s 3-pointer from the left wing swished through the net with 1:22 left in the opening half, it gave Pittsburgh its first field goal of the game. Each time a Pittsburgh (11-17, 3-11 Atlantic Coast) player appeared to have an opening, Syracuse’s (20-8, 9-6) stingy 2-3 zone made sure to close it out.On SU’s Senior Day, the defense forced 15 turnovers and blocked six shots, as the Orange blew out Pittsburgh 67-36 on Sunday in front of a season-high 1,532 fans at the Carrier Dome.“I think we were aggressive on the ball,” Sykes said. “We really focused, and we scouted them really well.”Sykes captained the impressive defensive effort. She recorded just two blocks and a steal, but was in a Panther’s face at every opportunity.Late in the first half, Pitt had yet to record a field goal. Loliya Briggs cut down the right baseline and appeared to have a good look at getting one in the basket. But then Sykes elevated and sent the ball 10 feet behind her.“It brought me back to high school when I used to block shots,” Sykes said. “To not get the foul call made me really happy. I just try to defend the basket for my team getting back and to get another offensive possession.”Only one player on Pittsburgh made more than one field goal, and starters Briggs and Asia Logan combined to go 0-for-18.And even when the Panthers made a small run late in the game, no one on the Pitt bench clapped. There were no cheers, no acknowledgement. There was only a 28-point deficit, and 7:56 left to go before the offensive nightmare would come to an end.“We were able to contest most of their shots and make them shoot shots that they don’t normally take,” SU guard Brianna Butler said. “I think that was the key for our success today.”Overall, Pittsburgh looked helpless. No one could find a way to crack the SU pressure in the first half, and when the Panthers did get a shot off, it rarely even touched the rim.Hillsman said that it was without question the best defensive effort he has seen from his team this season.“You get into those games, and you start getting down the court, and the pace is going,” Hillsman said. “I just knew we were winning, that’s all I knew.“That was the goal, just to be winning.” Comments read more
The event themed “Zero Malaria Starts with Me”, witnessed a series of activities such as the Family health forum (FHF), where Health Talks on Malaria and HIV with demonstrations, Voluntary Counselling and Testing on Malaria and HIV, distribution of mosquito nets and a Unified soccer tournament.In an opening remarks by the Project Coordinator, Special Olympics Nigeria Skillz for Life Programme, Sylvester Oboh, stated that, despite the availability of a cure for malaria, it has remained a killer disease across the country hence, the need for a continued awareness creation and provision of necessary support to communities prone to malaria especially for people with intellectual disabilities.“We also express our profound gratitude to our partners like ExxonMobil for their support, we have achieved a lot over the years in helping parents of children with special needs,” he added.Sylvester also noted that, the delay in this year’s celebration was to ensure that people with intellectual disabilities PWID’s in the state’s education system had the chance to participate in the celebration following the Easter holidays.The event also recorded a huge turn out with over 350 people with Intellectual Disabilities and their family members from all over Ibadan and its surrounding environs in attendance.Also, in attendance were community members from around the Ijokodo community who were truly amazed at the great work Special Olympics Nigeria is doing with PWIDs in the state.Also addressing guests at the event on malaria infection, causes, prevention and treatment was Olusegun Ralph of Royal Heritage Health Foundation, who stated that, malaria infection is transmitted when bitten by a female anopheles mosquito.He also admonished participants to always sleep under insecticide treated nets and to always keep their environment clean and free from stagnated water as it is the only way to prevent malaria infection.Olusegun also advised that malaria treatment should only be sought from qualified medical professionals and never treat malaria with traditional herbs.Free malaria and HIV testing was conducted for attendees by the medical staff of Royal Heritage Health Foundation and those who test positive to malaria were given anti malaria drugs. Insecticide treated nets was also distributed to all present.The Special Olympics Skillz for Life initiative has made significant impact within Africa and intends to continue in educating PWIDs on malaria, HIV prevention methods, treatments through collaborations with platforms like the Grassroot Soccer (GRS) South Africa by driving narratives that challenges the negative stereotypical beliefs towards acceptance and inclusion of PWIDs within the society.The Skills for Life Initiative has been implemented in four geopolitical regions in Nigeria such as the South-West, South-East, South-South and North-Central with over 8,000 Persons with intellectual disabilities participating and graduating from the programme.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Special Olympics Nigeria through her ExxonMobil Foundation sponsored Skillz for Life initiative last Saturday celebrated the 2019 World Malaria Day in Ibadan the Oyo State capital at the Home School for Handicapped, Ijokodo, Ibadan.Highpoint of the event was the Unified Soccer Match between “Team Doctor” and “Team Malaria”.The match ended in favour of “Team Doctor” who defeated “Team Malaria by 5-4 on penalties after playing a 3 – 3 draw during regular time. read more