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Unemployment Conference will help agencies assist those out of work

first_imgNewsx Adverts WhatsApp By News Highland – October 21, 2010 LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Facebook Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota Facebook Google+ The Chairperson of the Donegal County Development Board says the outcome of a conference on unemployment held in the county yesterday will be that agencies in the county will be better briefed on the needs of people who are out of work at present.The event, held as part of Social Inclusion Week in the county, say unemployed people share their perspectives and experiences, including problems experienced in accessing training and services.Cllr Dessie Larkin says the board will now collect everything that came up during the discussions and workshops, and that will help inform future policy:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/dessi830.mp3[/podcast] Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also WhatsApp Twittercenter_img 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report Google+ Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Pinterest Previous article10th Annual IT and Telecommunications Conference gets under way at LYIT todayNext articleBlaney launches petition to highlight need for new Letterkenny Link News Highland Unemployment Conference will help agencies assist those out of work Twitter Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week last_img read more

Curbing transmission on public transport not as simple as banning passengers: Experts

first_imgRead also: Three passengers of Bogor-Jakarta commuter line test positive for COVID-19Bogor Mayor Bima Arya Sugiarto said their priority was demanding the ministry temporarily halt commuter line services. In return, offices and factories that are still allowed to operate must provide shuttles for their employees.Another option, he said, was to lengthen commuter line operational hours and filter prospective passengers prior to entering the stations so as to reduce the number of passengers, which would improve physical distancing.“If this is the case, there has to be a selection mechanism for people who enter the stations. For instance, by showing an employment letter from their companies,” Bima said on Tuesday, as quoted by Antara news agency. “Therefore, people who just want to wander around [without urgency] cannot [board trains].”The appeals were made on Tuesday after the five Bodebek leaders discussed ways to prevent transmission of the virus on public transport.Three people tested positive for COVID-19 after they took a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) in Bogor Station, one of the major stations in Greater Jakarta, last week. Three more passengers also tested positive in PCR testing in Bekasi Station on Tuesday, officials have said.All these passengers were asymptomatic, KCI spokesperson Anne Purba told The Jakarta Post on Wednesday.Hermawan Saputra of the Indonesian Public Health Expert Association (IAKMI) said the vast commuter line network was the most vulnerable public transportation mode to coronavirus transmission because passengers would not be able to maintain physical distance on a crowded train during rush hours. Not to mention that respiratory droplets containing the virus may land on surfaces and persist up to several days inside the train, he said.The “rush-hour problem”, Anne said, had caused the KCI to impose additional restrictions for potential passengers aside from its regular COVID-19 mitigation measures — such as the mandatory mask-wearing and body temperature checks.“To improve discipline, starting on May 4, any trains that have a car filled with more than 60 passengers [or a fourfold decrease from the normal capacity per car] will not depart unless [passengers] reduce their numbers,” she said.She went on to say that KCI was open to cooperation with local administrations to “filter prospective passengers entering stations”.Hermawan said banning all non-urgent passengers from using commuter trains was one option, although at the same time he doubted the efficacy and questioned the methods to filter these passengers.“Here [in Indonesia], people always have excuses to defy new policies. Some people would always try to find excuses to board trains,” he said.He said suspending all commuter line services would be the better solution to contain the spread of the disease.Read also: Greater Jakarta to expand restrictions as existing measures deemed ineffectiveDeddy Herlambang, a researcher at the Transportation Study Institute (INSTRAN), said keeping all public transportation services running during the outbreak was crucial to even out the proportion of passengers across different modes of transportation.“Halting commuter line service would cause other public transportation modes to experience high demand. For instance, buses or motorcycle taxis,” he said.Any decisions, he said, would be ineffective if authorities failed to resolve the underlying causes of the problem — commuting workers who are struggling to make ends meet during the epidemic, people lacking discipline in adhering to physical distancing and social norms that dictate that attending an iftar meal with family at home is better than being alone.He suggested that authorities should look beyond the public health aspect and consider more social, economic and cultural factors.Topics : Since the epidemic hit Greater Jakarta, KCI has shortened its service hours to 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and reduced the number of daily trips from 991 to 761. These trains were mostly empty almost every day before Ramadan began on April 24, with only 10 percent of trains having been filled with a large number of passengers.But now, passengers numbers have been spiking on the last three trains before iftar at around 6 p.m., jeopardizing efforts to maintain physical distance between passengers.Fearing that passengers would continue defying orders to maintain distance, leaders of Greater Jakarta — five of Jakarta’s satellite cities, abbreviated as “Bodebek”, under the jurisdiction of the West Java administration — appealed to the central government to, once again, temporarily halt commuter line services.They are also planning to file a formal request to the Transportation Ministry in a bid to curb transmission in public transit systems after three potential railway passengers recently tested positive for COVID-19. Urban life is slowing down in Greater Jakarta, the region hit hardest by COVID-19, after authorities imposed large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in the past weeks.The outbreak has also largely reduced the number of commuter line passengers, but crowds of workers who cannot afford to work from home reportedly persist in certain stations and trains during rush hours.State-owned commuter line operator PT Kereta Commuter Indonesia (KCI) recorded an average of 190,000 passengers a day on the Bogor-Jakarta and Bekasi-Jakarta routes during the outbreak, a decrease of around 80 percent from around 950,000 passengers on normal days.last_img read more

Lewandowski passes 50-goal mark as Bayern win 20th German Cup

first_imgRobert Lewandowski passed the 50-goal mark this season as Bayern Munich completed the double with a 4-2 victory over Bayer Leverkusen behind closed doors to win a 20th German Cup on Saturday. Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski celebrates his long-range goal in the German Cup final win over Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday in Berlin. Bundesliga champions Bayern dominated at Berlin’s Olympic Stadium as David Alaba smashed home an early free-kick before Serge Gnabry added the second goal in the first-half. Lewandowski has 51 goals in total this season after scoring twice in the second-half either side of a Sven Bender header for Leverkusen. Kai Havertz converted a penalty deep into added time for Leverkusen. “In the second half we showed that we are the better team and wanted to be cup winners,” said man-of-the-match Lewandowski. Bayern, crowned Bundesliga champions for the eighth straight year last Saturday, have won all of their 11 games since the season resumed in mid-May after a two-months hiatus due to the coronavirus. They could finish the season winning the treble as they are among the favourites for the Champions League finals in Lisbon next month. This was the 13th time in the club’s history they have won the double. Lewandowski, crowned Bundesliga top-scorer for the fifth time last weekend, netted six times in the cup, has 34 league goals and 11 more in the Champions League this season. Leverkusen completed a hat-trick of defeats after also losing the 2002 and 2009 cup finals in Berlin. When Lewandowski was clattered by defender Edmond Tapsoba on 16 minutes, it was Alaba who swung the resulting free kick inside the post to give Bayern the opening goal. They doubled their lead after Joshua Kimmich won the ball in midfield eight minutes later. His pass split the defence, Gnabry sprinted onto the ball and fired past Leverkusen goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky to make it 2-0 at the break. Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer lifts the German Cup trophy after Saturday’s 4-2 win over Bayer Leverkuen on Saturday in Berlin. “We are so happy that we got the double. In the first half we had the game completely under control,” said Gnabry. With players’ calls echoing around the near-empty terraces of the cavernous stadium, where Germany head coach Joachim Loew was one of a handful of guests, the game was played in an eerie atmosphere. “It’s a bit of a sad moment,” admitted Bayern forward Thomas Mueller, who lamented the lack of fans, after winning the German Cup for the sixth time in his career. “If the fans are missing at such a cup final, it’s not the same. “We’ve done well this season over long stretches, but it also hurts a bit.” Having skied a shot at goal moments earlier, Lewandowski made it 3-0 when he controlled a clearance kick by goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and tried a long-range speculative shot at Hradecky. The Leverkusen keeper parried the shot, but watched in horror as it rolled behind him and over the goal line on 59 minutes. “I noticed that the goalkeeper was a bit off his line, so I thought I’d just give it a try,” revealed Lewandowski. “It was a little surprise it went in, but you always have to try.” It fired life into Leverkusen, whose centre-back Sven Bender slipped his marker Leon Goretzka and headed home on 64 minutes. Leverkusen nearly got a second moments later when Kevin Volland and Havertz both failed to connect with a cross. Read Also: Saka’s first Premier League goal keeps Arsenal in Euro raceLewandowski claimed his second when he fired home Ivan Perisic’s pass on 89 minutes.Bayern defender Alphonso Davies conceded the penalty in the fourth minute of added time which Havertz converted just before the whistle.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img – Under control – Loading…last_img read more