Businesses such as gyms, bars and cinemas are re-opening in South Australia.(9News)A maximum of 80 people are allowed in each gym, with only 20 people permitted per room for individual workouts and 10 for group fitness classes.The changes have been welcomed by many, including Cassie Green from Be Fit Training, who says there have been changes to the way they operate."We've shortened the classes, just so we have enough time in between that change over just to clean and wipe everything down."Given the time that's passed since they were last allowed to open, they've also changed fitness programs.Relate
Similarly, Gadkari said, India has significantly ramped up the production of sanitisers and are now getting good export orders.
The study led by Jessica Manning and conducted by US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases focuses on saliva protein of mosquitoes to build a universal vaccine that can resist malaria, dengue, chikungunya, Zika, West Nile, Mayaro viruses, yellow fever, and any other related disease that may emerge. Zone 6: Thoothukudi, Kanyakumari, Tirunelveli and Tenkasi
Lebanon's economic crunch has caused poverty to soar to 45 per cent of the population and pushed unemployment up by 35 per cent.
The bench posted the petitions filed by various companies against the March 29 circular, for further hearing in last week of July.New Delhi: The government's minimum support prices for agriculture crops are way higher then domestic market prices and international rates, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday as he stressed on finding alternative solutions before an "economic crisis" is created.
Mumbai: After nurses at Mumbai's civic-run KEM Hospital protested on Monday demanding a separate ward for colleagues infected by the Covid-19 virus and shorter shifts, three resident doctors shared a video highlighting how they attended 25 critically-ill Covid-19 patients without paramedics and cleaners.
Products across categories including work from home essentials, regional weaves in fashion, handcrafted accessories and footwear, wall decor and hangings, idols and figurines, kitchenware, and sports essentials will be available on several theme stores like ‘India Bazaar’, ‘Budget Buys’ and ‘Bestsellers’ among others, it added.The well was producing 100,000 standard cubic metres per day (SCMD) of gas from a depth of 3,870 metres (4,234 yards) before the blowout in May, according to the OIL.亿目Read more</aside> Women across the Pacific are facing similar issues accessing sanitary products due to Covid-19. A recent report from Plan International Australiahighlighted severe shortages of female hygiene products, a sharp rise in prices of pads and tampons, and lack of access to basic information and services about menstrual hygiene management, during the pandemic“Covid-19 lockdowns are causing big problems for people who menstruate. Periods don’t stop during a pandemic, but managing them has become a whole lot harder,” said Susanne Legena chief executive of Plan International Australia.Women and girls from Fiji, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu reported widespread issues, with 22% of survey respondents from the Pacific saying they had noticed that period products had become more expensive since the start of the outbreak.“The price has gone 50 cents up since the Covid-19,” wrote one survey participant. “I have no issue with purchasing, but 50 cents means a lot for poor families.”“Sometimes I have to forgo buying hygiene products as money will have to be used on food and bills more,” wrote another. “Prices went up as soon as there was a confirmed case of Covid-19 in Fiji.”For AnneMary and Faith it was a choice they felt women and girls should never have to make. So they started a “dignity kit” campaign, supporting those affected by the twin crises of the pandemic and Tropical Cyclone Harold, which hit Fiji in April.“We didn’t realise the impact of our dignity kits until we distributed the first 300 kits to cyclone Harold- and Covid-19-affected families and communities. The feedback was very empowering and at the same time, saddening.“Women and young girls couldn’t access sanitary care items because of the cyclone, and the lockdowns and curfew had halted access for cargo to be freely distributed in the outer islands,” AnneMary said.
It claimed that the memorandum directed airlines to provide full refund to only those people who booked tickets during the lockdown period, and "leaving out people who booked tickets prior to lockdown but the flights cancelled due to lockdown amounts to treating equals unequally and thus the same is in clear violation of the fundamental rights guaranteed under the Constitution".亿目"If Israel is going to annex after July 1st, we are going to go from the interim period of the Palestinian Authority into the manifestation of a state on the ground. That is where we will be heading in the next phase. This authority cannot continue to be an authority without any authority," Mr Shtayyeh said."What does the manifestation of the state on the ground mean? It means that there will be a founding council, there will be a constitutional declaration, and Palestine will be on the borders of '67 with Jerusalem as its capital and we will call our international community to recognise this fact."
Ontario already has the highest child-care costs in the country with some infant spots costing more than $20,000 a year, Begum said in a statement.Lecce said the provincial government has already offered funding, and leveraged federal funding, to help with the new costs related to COVIDemail@example.comThe conviction of a teenager for the hideous practise of “swatting” must stand even though it took three years from his arrest to completion of his trial, Ontario’s top court ruled on Tuesday.In dismissing a challenge from the youth, the Court of Appeal noted the offences were serious and caused lasting harm.“There were numerous victims confronted by police in the sanctity of their homes or schools,” the court said. “Many of the immediate victims were school-age children or young adults (and) these victims’ families and communities also suffered from lasting fear and anxiety due to the swatting and necessary aggressive police responses.”WATCH ABOVE for the newest Covid-19 update.What do you think?Tweet and Facebook us!And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel.The relatively low number of new COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday is proof that Ontario is headed in a “very promising” direction, Health Minister Christine Elliott says.The provincial update reported 230 new cases Tuesday, up 0.7%, for a total of 31,090 cases.I am overcome with bittersweet emotions as I write this column.Thursday is my final day after 37 years — 26 years covering courts and justice issues — as a reporter for the Toronto Sun.I am saddened to say it because this job has consumed me — mind, body and soul. It wasn’t a job; it was a calling.There is no higher high than writing a jaw-dropping exclusive, especially after digging relentlessly and finally confirming a tip.I am voluntarily ending my Sun career and wanted to say goodbye and thank you to all of the people who made this experience unforgettable — both inside the newsroom and especially in the halls of justice.