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Posted by: | Posted on: November 18, 2020

H5N1 strikes Pakistan poultry again

first_imgAug 21, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Government officials in Pakistan today announced a recent outbreak of H5N1 avian influenza at a poultry farm in the country’s northwest, as Indonesia worked to stamp out the disease on farms on Sulawesi and Italian officials reported low-pathogenic avian flu outbreaks.The Pakistan outbreak occurred in late July at a large farm in the town of Mansehra, about 50 miles north of Islamabad, Reuters reported today. The birds were tested for the disease after about 14,000 chickens at the farm died, said Rafiq-ul-Hassan Usmani, an agriculture ministry official.After samples came back positive for the H5N1 virus, the remaining 35,000 birds were culled, Reuters reported.A report that Pakistani officials submitted to the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) said the outbreak affected 16-week-old breeder and broiler chickens.Pakistan has had several poultry outbreaks this year, but the latest incident is the first since May, according to OIE reports. The country has not reported any human H5N1 cases.Elsewhere, local officials on Sulawesi island in Indonesia said they were struggling to contain H5N1 outbreaks on farms near Palu, the capital of Central Sulawesi, according to a report yesterday from Antara News, the state news agency. Tests conducted after several chickens in Palu died confirmed the disease in 29 chickens, Antara reported.Infected birds have been found in three of four subdistricts in Palu, and Antara reported that two chickens in neighboring Donggala district died of the disease 2 days ago.In other news, Italian health officials announced that an outbreak of a low-pathogenic form of H5N2 avian influenza had been detected on farms near Ravenna, in northern Italy, Reuters reported today. Some of the birds also had antibodies to an H7 avian flu virus, the report said.A health ministry statement said evidence of infection in the birds was found during routine surveillance on the farm, Reuters reported.A senior official with Italy’s poultry farmers union told Reuters that about 12,000 ducks and geese were culled on an industrial farm, along with about 200 chickens and guinea fowl on a smaller farm.See also:OIE reports on Pakistan outbreakhttp://www.oie.int/downld/AVIAN%20INFLUENZA/A2007_AI.php#last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: November 18, 2020

Polyclinic Glavić provides free medical examinations to all digital nomads who move their office to Dubrovnik

first_imgAlso, in her lecture, Kurtela pointed out that Croatia has all the advantages that can attract digital nomads, such as lots of sunshine, and thus vitamin D, fresh and clean air, sea and beautiful nature, Mediterranean diet and lifestyle. , a strong and stable internet connection, with of course top health services. But before a broader look at digital nomads, the news is yesterday’s statement from the conference, at which it is Nikolina Kurtele, Deputy Director of the Glavić Polyclinic announced that all digital nomads who choose Dubrovnik as their base will be provided with free health services for one year. Yesterday was part of the first day online conferences held an excellent education of digital nomads, both from Croatia and global destinations, who shared their loud thinking about digital nomads as a special niche of travelers and entrepreneurs, and the opportunity for Croatia to position itself on the global map of digital nomads. It is certainly a great tool for extending the tourist season, because digital nomads can certainly not be perceived only as tourists, because they will live in Croatia for a maximum of one year and generate consumption like any other resident. In fact, and much more, according to Jan de Jong’s estimate, at least 10.000 kuna a month. Photo: Kashlee Kucheran By the way, Poliklinika Glavić offers treatment and rehabilitation services for neurological patients in Dubrovnik and Zagreb, and the Neurorehabilitation Center in Dubrovnik is the first of its kind in the active treatment and neurorehabilitation of neurological patients in this part of Europe. Polyclinic Glavic provides free medical examinations to all digital nomads A statement that is definitely a game changer because currently out of the six countries that offer visas for digital nomads, none offer additional value or anything like that to attract digital nomads. A clear message to digital nomads that they are welcome in Dubrovnik and that they are coming to a safe country, which is also important in the branding of Croatia, which is still often perceived from the outside as the Balkans in a negative context. We want to promote Dubrovnik as a safe city, as well as the whole of Croatia, and provide them with health care through our services as an incentive to move the office to Dubrovnik, said Kurtela during the presentation. As part of the European Week of Freelancers (# EFWEEK2020), an international conference Dubrovnik for digital nomads will be held in Lazareti from 16 to 25 October. By the way, Kashlee Kucheran, a digital nomad, tourist journalist and blogger from Canada, who is followed by over 2 million people a month through her blog Travel off Path, pointed out at the conference that there is a big positive buzz or interest around Croatia, especially since it was filmed in Dubrovnik. series Game of Thrones, and how Croatia could become the best global destination for digital nomads. As we know, at the initiative of Jan de Jong for Croatia to introduce visas for digital nomads, a meeting was held in August with Prime Minister Andrej Plenković to discuss legislation that should allow free entry and work for digital by the end or beginning of the second year. nomads. As Jan de Jong himself pointed out at the conference in Dubrovnik, things have gone much further than the idea itself, and many concrete meetings have already been held on this topic. So, in case digital nomads choose Dubrovnik as their base, they have security if anything happened to them within the first year of their stay, that they can use all the services of the Glavic Polyclinic for free. Thus, Dubrovnik is the first city in Croatia to turn to digital nomads, and the organization of this conference provides an opportunity to present itself to this audience in light of the announced introduction of visas for digital nomads in Croatia. I have to admit that it was great to listen to loud thoughts, especially from foreigners, who are not burdened with all our grayness in the economy, from high taxes to various levies. Also, the Neurorehabilitation Center is also the largest regional center for robotics rehabilitation, and thanks to its quality and professionalism, the Glavić Polyclinic is a reference center for as many as 130 countries through its robotic rehabilitation service. For a list of all health services of the Glavić Polyclinic, which will also be free for digital nomads who decide to stay in Dubrovnik, see herelast_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: May 31, 2020

Fifa block summer transfers for out-of-contract stars and consider third window

first_imgPREMIER LEAGUE players will be blocked from switching clubs before the delayed end of the season — even if they are out of contract.And Fifa are considering a one-off, third transfer window next term because the summer trading spell will be so short.1 Premier League stars out of contract in July – like Chelsea’s Willian – will be blocked from joining new clubs before the end of the delayed seasonCredit: AFP or licensorsThe likes of Chelsea schemer Willian and Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen will nominally be free agents from July 1.Fifa’s legal director Emilio Garcia Silvero admitted they cannot demand contracts that expire in June be extended.But he revealed they will simply refuse to ratify any attempts to register with another club until the 2019-20 season has been either completed or officially closed.That will avoid players moving for the conclusion of the campaign.Garcia Silvero said: “Fifa cannot extend the contracts beyond June 30 but the transfer windows will not be the same and the players will not be able to be registered.“It means the market will not open on July 1.“And if a loan ends on June 30, the player should return to his club but the window would not be open and the return transfer would not be processed.”Most Read In SportTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’The summer transfer window normally runs from July 1 to the start of September, with the other for the month of January.But in the 2020-21 season, a third window is set to be introduced, possibly in October or November.Fifa regulatory director James Kitching added: “This would be dealt with flexibly, as long as the total 16-week transfer  period is not extended.”Premier League to become ‘TV event’ with ‘four matches a day’ behind closed doors at Wembley in June or Julylast_img read more