With the aim of launching a group market segment, and due to the new situation on the world tourist market caused by the pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus, the management of Plitvice Lakes National Park decided to change ticket prices for group visits to the park. Djeca do 7 godina i osobe s posebnim potrebama s invaliditetom preko 50% – Gratis Odrasli grupe – 80,00 kn The reaction of other national parks and nature parks is also awaited. Djeca od 07 do 18 godine grupe – 25,00 kn Adjusted prices for grupe in the period from 26.05. to 18.06.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX amounts: “By easing epidemiological measures and opening borders, we hope that we could still achieve some tourist traffic in this tourist season, but provided that all stakeholders in the tourism industry contribute through the correction of the prices of their services. Only in this way can we engage in a fight with competitors for each guest”, Said Tomislav Fain, President of UHPA during the launch of the initiative. Studenti grupe – 50,00 kn Also, from the Plitvice Lakes National Park, they published a video about the safety and epidemiological measures they have taken in their accommodation facilities. The result is that UHPA initiatives according to national and nature parks to reduce ticket prices for group visits so that following the easing of epidemiological measures and the opening of borders we can still expect some tourist traffic in this tourist season. Photo: Pixabay.com
“Madamo nga chemicals ang dala sang bunker fuel that will affect the health sang aton pumuluyo. Kun ara na gid man ini sa aton shorelines, we will handle this carefully. Dapat may PPE (personal protective equipment) kita,” Gumarin explained. The effect of the oil spill on the marine resources and the livelihood of the people in the island province is like “fighting another battle amid the COVID-19 pandemic,” according to Gumarin. She said barangays immediately deployed spill booms and initiated cleanup operations. Buenavista mayor Eugenio Reyes, said they conducted an inspection to verify how many affected families are to be evacuated. Gov. Samuel Gumarin cautioned residents of the affected barangays about the health hazards brought by the bunker fuel. The oil spill was triggered by an explosion from Power Barge 102 docked in the Barangay Bo. Obrero. The explosion tore a one-foot-wide hole in the hull of the power barge and caused 251,000 liters of bunker fuel to spill into the Iloilo River and neighboring Iloilo towns of Dumangas and the barangay of Sto. Niño Norte in Arevalo district. “The bulk of oil spill entering our ports depends on the sea current. Minsan nandiyan sa ports, maya-maya nababalik ulit sa gitna ng Iloilo Strait. After we finish our improvised boom, we will try to contain the oil,” Jacinto said. Gumarin said the provincial government is coordinating with the Office of the Civil Defense and the Philippine Coast Guard for the cleanup operations./PN ILOILO City – Twenty coastal villages in the island province of Guimaras are affected by the oil spill from a power barge in Barangay Bo. Obrero, Lapuz, Iloilo City following an explosion Friday last week. He advised and assisted the affected barangays on the deployment of improvised oil spill booms. The power barge is estimated to be carrying 320,000 liters of bunker fuel. IT’S SPREADING Spilled bunker fuel (right photo) is seen floating on the waters of Guimaras province following an explosion on AC Energy’s Power Barge No. 102 in Barangay Bo. Obrero, Lapuz, Iloilo City. (left photo) A resident’s hands in Jordan, Guimaras are stained with fuel oil. Local authorities say the bunker fuel from a barge damaged by an explosion has already reached 20 coastal villages of the island province. GUIMARAS PIO The oil spill is among the biggest since 2006 when 2.1 million liters of bunker fuel spilled in the water of Guimaras when the tanker MT Solar 1 sank on Aug. 11, 2006. Barangays affected by the oil spill in Jordan town were Rizal, Hoskyn, Balcon Milleza, and Morobuan. “May pandemya kita, nagasaka man ang numero sang dengue fever, naglupok pa gid ini. Aside sang tawo, ang aton naman coastal areas – ang source na naman sang aton mga sud-an ang naigo,” he added. In Buenavista, barangays that also reported traces of bunker fuel in their waters were Montpiller, Rizal, Sto. Rosario, Magsaysay, Zaldivar, Sawang, Taminla, Dagsaan, Tacay, Getulio, San Miguel, Navalas, Bacjao, Tanag, Umilig, and Avila. Commander Jose Jacinto Jr. of the Philippine Coast Guard-Guimaras station said they conducted coastline patrol to identify areas affected by the oil spill. Bunker fuel spilled from the power barge and littered the shores of the towns of Jordan and Buenavista, a report from the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) of Guimaras showed. Guimaras PDRRM officer Teresita Siason said municipalities and coastal barangays of the province were immediately alerted of the oil spill.
Victory against Greece on Thursday would seal Northern Ireland’s place at their first major tournament since the 1986 World Cup and their first ever appearance at a European Championships. Northern Ireland currently sit top of Group F, four points clear of third-placed Hungary and needing only two points from their last two games, the last away to Finland, to qualify. “I can’t even imagine what it would be like,” Taggart said. “Nobody deserves it more than the Northern Ireland fans, they’ve been through a lot and their home and away support has been unbelievable. “They know how to rock a stadium. They’ve waited almost 30 years for a major tournament and the atmosphere will be unbelievable on Thursday if things go to plan. “Just you watch in France, there will be green and white everywhere. We’ll be taking over any part of France we play football in.” It has been a remarkable campaign for the team and Taggart, who played 51 times for Northern Ireland, believes O’Neill could have a shot in the Premier League once his time with the national team is over. “He has to take massive credit, it’s absolutely huge what he’s achieved so far,” said Taggart, who was speaking at the filming of the Vauxhall Home Nations Football Show. “He doesn’t get a lot of attention but the majority of these players have been playing for eight, nine years and somehow he’s turned them around and got form from them. “I don’t see any reason why he can’t get a job in the Premier League. “It’s happened to previous managers. Lawrie Sanchez did well for Northern Ireland and then picked up a Premier League job with Fulham. “So there’s no reason why Michael can’t go on to bigger and better things too if he wants to dip his toe back into club football.” Northern Ireland have lost only once in their eight games so far and remain unbeaten at home ahead of Thursday’s crunch match in Belfast. Greece lost the reverse fixture 2-0 in October last year and Taggart believes securing qualification at Windsor Park would be the perfect way to finish. Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill should be a target for Premier League clubs if he leads his side to Euro 2016, says the country’s former defender Gerry Taggart. Press Association
Wayne Rooney 1 Wayne Rooney hopes to break England’s goalscoring record against Switzerland at Wembley on Tuesday but his focus is on sealing top spot in Euro 2016 qualifying Group E.The Manchester United forward equalled Sir Bobby Charlton’s tally of 49 goals by scoring in Saturday’s 6-0 defeat of San Marino, a win which secured their place for France next summer.The 29-year-old has loftier goal targets and is prepared to be patient if he doesn’t bring up his half-century against the Swiss. “It would be nice to do it at Wembley,” Rooney said.“It would be nice to do it and move on from that and concentrate on the team again. That’s the most important thing. To try to win the game tomorrow and finish the group top.“If it happens tomorrow then great. If not, it’s not something that will concern me. The main concern is the game.“I feel I’ve still got quite a lot of games left to play for England. If I was sat here saying ‘I just want to get 50 goals’ then I’d be lying.“I’d be disappointed if I ended my England career on 50 goals. I want to kick on and try to score as many goals as I can.“I’ve still got plenty of games to do that. Hopefully by the time I finish playing it will be more goals than 50.”