Inside the hotel, guests were allowed to circulate freely, using the restaurants and swimming pools, as long as they wore protective masks, washed hands regularly and checked their temperature twice a day, according to instructions from the health authority.Videos from inside the hotel showed guests sunbathing by the pool and others serving themselves at a restaurant buffet. Some guests complained that basic safety measures such as wearing masks and washing hands regularly were being ignored.Spain’s total number of coronavirus cases rose to 32 on Friday. The bulk of them were linked to Italy, the site of Europe’s worst outbreak.One of the cases involved a sports reporter from Valencia who had recently travelled to Milan, and the Valencia football club announced on Friday the suspension of all non-sports indoor events such as news conferences “that present risk to players, coaching staff and club staff”.The coronavirus can spread via droplets in the air when an infected person coughs, sneezes or breathes out, and these can also contaminate surfaces such as door handles and railings.Topics : The Canary Islands health department said the organisation of the guests’ departure was a police matter. Police would not comment.Half a dozen guests, including a baby in a pram, exited the H10 Costa Adeje Palace south of Tenerife, and underwent temperature scans in the back of the hotel before boarding a 15-seater minibus, the video, shot by hotel guest Christopher Betts, showed.One of the people boarding said he was from Belgium.Another small group left in a large taxi with darkened windows and five more people left in a second minibus. A large bus and another minibus were waiting in the laoding bay, according to Reuters witnesses. Three small groups of guests left a Tenerife hotel in minibuses on Friday on its fourth day of quarantine over thecoronavirus and at least two people could be seen leaving in an ambulance, but around 700 holidaymakers remained in the compound.It was not clear where they were being taken or whether those in the ambulance had any symptoms of the virus.The Canary Islands regional government on Thursday cleared 130 guests to leave the hotel, which was placed on lockdown after four cases of thecoronavirus were detected there, but others showed no symptom of illness.
The Senate also suggested the RvT be allowed to block the nomination of a board member who fails to comply with the set profile.Klijnsma, addressing recent concerns in Parliament that the RvT’s remit was too broad, stressed that not every dispute would be treated as an example of a “malfunctioning” board.“I assume the RvT will only use its right of dismissal in cases of serious and ongoing malfunctioning,” she wrote, referring to the “milder” remedy of alerting the pension fund’s accountability body, or the party that appoints board members.If these third parties respond too late, or their responses are lacking, the RvT could still alert De Nederlandsche Bank, the Dutch regulator, she said.The Pension Federation said it considered Klijnsma’s letter as guideline for RvTs, but it described the option of a two-track approach as “a bit strange”.Gert Kloosterboer, the federation’s spokesman, said: “These diverging tracks are at odds with the envisaged streamlining of governance.“However, because we assume something is seriously wrong before the RvT uses its competence, and given the state secretary’s clarification, we are not contemplating further action for now.”Henri Lepoutre, pensions adviser at employers association AWVN, said Dutch employers were not entirely happy with the RvT’s right of dismissal.“Companies usually appoint representatives from their own organisation on their pension fund’s board,” he said.“If they get fired by an RvT, it doesn’t reflect well. In addition, employers fear a loss of influence if an independent RvT can dismiss the board of their pension fund, while an RvT that cannot appoint a board but can dismiss one does not feel balanced.”He said clearly defining the concept of “malfunctioning” – to guarantee that the dismissal option is deployed only in the most serious cases – was “very important”. Jetta Klijnsma, state secretary in the Netherlands, has written a letter to the Dutch Parliament standing by her decision to give supervisory boards (RvTs) the right to dismiss pension funds’ boards.The RvT is to be introduced through new governance legislation coming into force in July 2014.Klijnsma initially decided to grant RvTs the right to sack “malfunctioning” board members at the request of the Senate, which feared that the supervisory board, as originally envisaged, lacked teeth.Boards that make a decision without an RvT’s approval, and fail to offer a compelling argument as to how that decision is in the best interests of all participants, are considered to have “malfunctioned”.
(REUTERS) – Former world number one Tiger Woods has accepted that he will “never feel great” again after suffering a number of back and knee injuries in recent years.The 14-time major champion returned to action in December following a 15-month layoff but was forced to pull out of the Dubai Desert Classic last week after the first round due to a back spasm.“There were a lot of times I didn’t think I was going to make it back. It was tough, it was more than brutal,” Woods told Dubai magazine Vision.The 41-year-old American has racked up 79 PGA Tour victories in his career but has not won a major championship since 2008.“There have been plenty of times when I thought I would never play the game again at the elite level,” Woods, ranked 674th in the world, said.“It was tough, it was more than brutal. There were times I needed help just to get out of bed.“I feel good, not great. I don’t think I will ever feel great because it’s three back surgeries, four knee operations,” he added.Woods is hoping to play in the U.S. Masters in April, the first major of the year.“I’m always going to be a little bit sore. As long as I can function, I’m fine with that,” he said.
Wellington Police notes for Wednesday, December 11, 2013,â€¢12:53 p.m. Officers took report of found property, in the 1100 block of N. A.â€¢7:01 p.m. Officers investigated suspicious activity in the 400 block of N. Woodlawn.â€¢9:20 p.m. Ryan E. Sipes, 20, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with operating a motor vehicle with suspended drivers license and defective turn signal lamp.
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Killybegs GAA NotesWould you like your business to feature on our killotto envelopes? Each year the club sells approx. 20,000 envelopes, reaching a huge audience on a weekly basis. Contact Sarah Tully 0863311733 for further info. Time for a Spring Clean?? CLG Na Cealla Beaga will be collecting any unwanted clothes, shoes, towels, linen, curtains and mobile phones!This was a huge success for the club in 2013 and helped raise vital funds to maintain the facilities at The Eamonn Byrne Memorial Park.You can drop off any evening during training this week into dressing room 4 or contact 0863311733 and we can arrange collection from your door! Many thanks for your support!Club Donegal is now available. The Club Donegal card enables the card holder to enter into any adult league or championship club match in the county. If you attend regular games this is a great saving! Purchase your adult membership and the club donegal card for €170.Purchase your family membership and the card for €200. Alternatively purchase two cards and your family membership for €330.These cards are limited and we already have applicants inquiring. Don’t worry if you have already paid your membership – you can ‘top up’ your membership to avail of the club Donegal scheme!There was no bingo jackpot winner this week.Next weeks bingo jackpot is €1850. There was no Killotto jackpot winner this week. This weeks numbers were 18, 25, 28, 29. Next weeks killotto jackpot is €1550.Congratulations to Carol Hopkins, Bruckless and Pat Dorrian, Carricknamohill who matched 3 numbers.We would like to thank those playing the weekly killotto online, there have been a number of online winners in the last few months.Remember you can play the lotto online at www.locallotto.ie The senior and reserves were both defeated in Glenfinn at the weekend.They both are scheduled to play mac cumhaills this sunday @ 1.30 and 3.00.Hard luck to Michael McHugh and Daffy on their defeat in the divisional final, hard work was put in by management and the young side.GAA NEWS: KILLYBEGS FACE MAC CUMHAILLS IN ALL-COUNTY DIVISION TWO was last modified: May 13th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAAKillybegsNoticesSport