Remembering Bob Weir’s Sit-In With Phish At Shoreline, 16 Years Ago Today [Listen]

first_imgThere’s a phrase that likes to circulate in our little scene called “passing the torch.” It’s one of those collections of words that gets uttered whenever a band member from an older generation collaborates with a band from a younger one. That’s what happened 16 years ago today, when Bob Weir joined Phish at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA.Interestingly, a similar situation occurred just one year prior, when the Grateful Dead’s own Phil Lesh joined Phish for a handful of songs (including some trampoline-inspired “You Enjoy Myself” jams) at Shoreline. Fast forward a year and a few weeks, and the band got the chance to perform with another member of the Grateful Dead.Bob Weir, a Bay Area native, emerged for a three song encore, including two Grateful Dead classics and a Phish original. They started the extended encore with a cover of Marty Robbins’ “El Paso,” sung by Weir of course, before high-tailing it into “Chalk Dust Torture.” Finally, the show ended with a powerful rendition of “West L.A. Fadeaway,” with Weir taking the vocals on the classic Jerry Garcia song.The full show can be streamed below, courtesy of nognuisagoodgnu.Your setlist can be seen below.Setlist: Phish at Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA – 10/6/00Set 1: Carini, Stash, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Mellow Mood, Maze, The Moma Dance, Run Like an AntelopeSet 2: Heavy Things > Down with Disease[1] -> Spock’s Brain, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Rift, Cities > Sand > Golgi Apparatus, Brian and Robert, Bold As LoveEncore: El Paso[2], Chalk Dust Torture[3] > West L.A. Fadeaway[2][1] Unfinished.[2] Phish debut; Bob Weir guest appearance.[3] Bob Weir guest appearance.Glide was teased before the Carini opener and Jibboo was teased before Heavy Things. Disease was unfinished. The encore, which included the Phish debuts of El Paso and West L.A. Fadeaway, featured a Bob Weir guest appearance. Trey teased Chalk Dust after West. L.A. Fadeaway.last_img read more

Arne Duncan named chief marshal

first_imgThe Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) announced that Arne Duncan ’86 has been elected by his classmates to be this year’s chief marshal for Commencement. Selected from the ranks of the 25th reunion class, the chief marshal greets classes as they process into Harvard Yard, presides over the chief marshal’s spread, and selects “marshal’s aids” to help with various Commencement duties as part of the HAA’s Committee for the Happy Observance of Commencement (“The Happy Committee”). With a history dating back to 1899, the important post of chief marshal has been held by many notable alumni including Franklin Delano Roosevelt 1904, Henry Cabot Lodge ’24, and Linda Greenhouse ’68.“It is an honor to be chief marshal for the 2011 Harvard Commencement,” Duncan said. “President Obama has challenged America’s young adults to lead the world in college completion by the end of the decade. At Harvard today and at thousands of institutions of higher education this spring, young men and women are celebrating their work toward helping America reach that goal and begin their roles as future leaders of this country.”Duncan has been active in Harvard affairs since graduating. Along with working on the HAA’s Schools and Scholarships Committee as an alumni interviewer, he has served on the Board of Overseers for Harvard College and on the visiting committee to the University’s Graduate School of Education.Duncan, who is currently the U.S. secretary of education, recently received Harvard’s Phillips Brooks House Association’s Robert Coles Call of Service Award and has been honored by the Civic Federation of Chicago and the Anti-Defamation League. Prior to his tenure in Washington, Duncan was CEO of Chicago Public Schools, serving from June 2001 through December 2008, thus becoming the nation’s longest-serving big city education superintendent. Before serving as Chicago superintendent, Duncan led a nonprofit foundation, the Ariel Education Initiative, that helped fund college for a class of inner-city children under the I Have a Dream program. In 2006, the City Club of Chicago named him Citizen of the Year.“We are very pleased that Arne will be leading the alumni at Commencement,” said HAA President Robert “Bob” Bowie Jr. ’73. “He’ll be a wonderful marshal and will surely help make this year’s Commencement a great day.”Harvard’s 360th Commencement will be held on May 26. To attend the alumni spread luncheon and the annual meeting of the HAA in Harvard Yard.last_img read more

Tom Dugan’s Spy Thriller Wiesenthal Sets New Closing Date Off-Broadway

first_img Related Shows Dugan makes his New York stage debut starring in the show, which is based on the true story of Simon Wiesenthal. Nicknamed the “Jewish James Bond,” Wiesenthal escaped death at the hands of Hitler’s S.S., lost 89 family members, and devoted more than six decades to bringing Nazi war criminals to justice. Part memoir and part spy thriller, Dugan’s play introduces us to Wiesenthal on the day before his retirement as he welcomes his final group of Americans to his office in The Jewish Documentation Center in Vienna. View Comments Wiesenthal The production is directed by Jenny Sullivan. The Jewish James Bond will now depart off-Broadway on February 22; Wiesenthal had previously been scheduled to close on February 1. Tom Dugan’s spy thriller officially opened at the Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row on November 5. Show Closed This production ended its run on Feb. 22, 2015last_img read more

Odds & Ends: Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump Make Puppets Great Again & More

first_img View Comments Related Shows Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Puppets (Designed by Rick Lyon) Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump Make Puppets Great AgainThink this year’s Presidential election is no laughing matter? Think again. Hillary Clinton (I’m with Fur) and Donald Trump (Make Puppets Great Again) puppets will debut at an Avenue Q-sponsored Town Hall-style Presidential debate on September 26 at noon at New World Stages. Yes, the very same day as the real debate. This event will be attended by—and briefly open to questions from—select members of the public, along with members of the Avenue Q cast including Rod (the closeted, Republican Wall Street investment banker), Lucy (who bears a striking resemblance to Melania Trump), Trekkie Monster (noted for his savvy money-making schemes on the internet peddling in porn) and Christmas Eve (a Japanese psychotherapist with immigration, language and assimilation issues). The Tony-winning tuner continues to run off-Broadway at New World Stages—Stage Three.Memorial Set for Seth GelblumA memorial tribute will be held to celebrate the life of Seth Gelblum, prominent theatrical attorney, devoted philanthropist, and beloved member of the Broadway community, on September 25 at 6PM at the Broadhurst Theatre. Immediately following the service, the marquee lights will be dimmed in Gelblum’s honor at the Broadhurst, as well as the Gershwin Theatre and Disney’s New Amsterdam Theatre. Doors will open at 5:30 PM, with general admission seating available to the public.Ruthie Ann Miles & More Get DreamyTony winner Ruthie Ann Miles, along with Mary Bridget Davies, Kingsley Leggs and more Broadway favorites will join forces to appear in Brett Macias’ Neruda and Shakespeare: Baby Makin’ Hits. Macias has set some of Neruda’s 100 Love Sonnets and passages from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream to the rhythms of funk, soul, rock and blues; the concert is scheduled to take place on October 4 at Big Apple hotspot The Cutting Room.NPH’s Halloween NightmaresTony winner Neil Patrick Harris, his husband, David Burtka, and their cuter-than-words kids Gideon and Harper are the reigning royal family when it comes to awe-inspiring Halloween costumes. Check out below as NPH recently chatted with Seth Meyers about what we might be able to expect from them this year…and the less than impressive suggestions the twins have come up with so far. We’ve got less than 40 days to prepare our pumpkins, people! P.S. #tbt Watch the cast of Aladdin get nostalgic when they play an iconic video game from the ’90’s. Avenue Q Show Closed This production ended its run on May 26, 2019last_img read more

Honduran Armed Forces, National Police Disband 90 Criminal Gangs

first_imgThe Honduran Armed Forces and National Police jointly dismantled 90 criminal gangs between January 1 and August 18 – including the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) and Barrio 18 (M-18) – as part of an ongoing initiative to improve public safety. By removing so many violent gang members off the street, the joint operations have helped reduce the number of homicides in Honduras, according to Infantry Colonel José Antonio Sánchez, an Armed Forces spokesman. By Dialogo October 01, 2015 And will the employees whose assets were seized also be punished by kicking them out to the street? Reduced violence through international cooperation Support from the U.S. has also proven a vital component in Honduras’ battle against transnational crime. Between January 1 and September 10 of this year, there were 3,450 killings nationwide, according to figures from the Online Police Statistics System – a rate that would likely total 4,600 homicides by the end of the year. That’s a dramatic drop from 2014, when authorities counted a total of 5,891 murders. In collaboration with forces from Canada, Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, Guatemala, Honduras, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Spain, the United States, and the United Kingdom, Operation MARTILLO is a maritime action aimed at combating transnational criminal organizations, limiting their ability to use Central America as a transshipment point. Between January 2012, when the operation was launched, and March 2015, that initiative has resulted in the arrests of 400 suspects and the seizure of 600 tons of cocaine, which had a market value of about $8 billion. “The United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) is a key ally not only for Honduras, but for the entire Central American region. In 2014, Operation MARTILLO prevented 158 tons of cocaine from being smuggled into the country.” Additionally, in January 2014, SOUTHCOM supported Honduras’s implementation of Plan Morazán, a joint security effort to protect Hondurans, reduce crime rates and improve citizen security by improving democratic governance, security, and economic development. The plan included the integration of the National Intelligence Investigation Bureau, the Armed Forces, the National Police, and other justice and government agencies to provide an interdiction and response capability able to execute counter drug operations, and actions against other illicit criminal organizations and activities, resulting in reduced crime rates and improved citizen security in Honduras. center_img “These groups threaten the population in 12 departments [of the country’s 18],” said Deputy Police Commissioner Leonel Sauceda, spokesman for the Ministry of Security. “However, these daily operations have allowed us to arrest all members of these 90 gangs.” Additional support from the U.S. Figures from the Online Police Statistics System show that Honduras recorded 5,891 murders in 2014. If killings continue at this rate, there would be about 4,600 homicides by the end of 2015, a dramatic reduction from the 2014 total. “The cooperation agreements the government of Honduras has signed … with our neighbors Guatemala, Nicaragua, and El Salvador, have allowed our border patrols to prevent the Barrio 18 and Salvatrucha gangs, and drug traffickers, from continuing to enter our countries and operate with impunity,” Col. Sánchez explained. Additionally, the joint operations resulted in the capture of 472 alleged criminals, from whom authorities seized 152 firearms, 77 cellphones, 36 vehicles, 29 military and police uniforms, 26 fragmentation grenades, and 700,000 lempiras in cash (about $31,000). In total, they detained 51 alleged gang leaders allegedly involved in a wide array of criminal activities, including extortion (which criminal groups call a “war tax”), murder, murder-for-hire, illegal possession of weapons, robbery, and drug distribution. “The success of this security strategy can be seen in the notable decrease in crime rates,” said Wilfredo Méndez, a security analyst and coordinator of the Honduran Commission for the Investigation and Promotion of Human Rights (CIPRODEH). In pursuit of that strategy, he added, international cooperation with the U.S. and other partner nations has proven beneficial to everyone involved. “Organized crime is a transnational evil, and we must deal with it in transnational efforts. Only by uniting our efforts across the region, and with support from friendly nations, will we be able to defeat these criminals. There’s a saying that ‘the good outnumber the bad,’ and united we will show them that this is true, and we want to live in peace and free from drugs.”last_img read more

Cirque Du Soleil-Varekai at the Barclays Center [TICKET GIVEAWAY]

first_img Name:* * indicates required field Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Cirque Du Soleil invites you to Brooklyn to escape into enchantment… with Varekai, a dream like forest with fantastical creatures.Cirque Du Soleil-Varekai is coming to the Barclays Center from July 30 through August 3rd.Tickets start at $45 at Cirque Du Soleil-Varekai is presented by VISA SIGNATURE with Barclay Card.Enter your name, email and phone number below for a chance to win! We’re giving away FIVE PAIRS OF TICKETS IN ALL! Email:*center_img Phone Number:* Please enter your name, phone number and email address to be eligible to win!last_img

What Will Altice Buying Cablevision Mean for Long Island News?

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York European telecommunications giant Altice’s deal to purchase Bethpage-based Cablevision Systems Corp. for $17 billion including debt raises serious questions about what the acquisition means for Cablevision’s virtual monopoly on Long Island local news.If regulators approve the sale, which is scheduled to close next year, Altice will also take over Cablevision’s media assets: Newsday, LI’s lone daily newspaper; amNew York, a free New York City daily; and seven News12 hyperlocal cable news channels covering the tristate area, including their flagship station on the Island.“We were very focused on keeping control and ownership of…the media assets, which have been loss-making historically, but are extremely attractive as far as being a part of the fiber of the local community,” Altice Chief Executive Officer Dexter Goei said on a conference call Wednesday.Altice’s deal with Cablevision, the nation’s fifth-largest cable company with 3.1 million subscribers, combined with Altice’s $6 billion acquisition earlier this year of St. Louis-based Suddenlink Communications, the seventh-largest cable provider in the country, would make it the fourth-largest cable operator.The announcement comes amid an American media consolidation frenzy this year, with Charter Communications, the nation’s third-largest cable company, purchasing Time Warner Cable, the second largest, and AT&T buying DirecTV, the satellite television company.Cablevision CEO James Dolan issued a statement early Thursday morning calling Altrice “truly worthy successors.” He also noted that the Dolan family will still own their spunoff companies, Madison Square Garden, the New York Knicks basketball team, the New York Rangers hockey team and AMC Networks, the cable channel company.“We expect that Cablevision will be in excellent hands,” Dolan said of the company that his father, Charles, founded 42 years ago. “We look forward to doing all we can to affect this transition for our customers and employees.”At one point in the negotiations, the Dolans had resisted selling their media properties as a part of the Cablevision deal, but Altice insisted on including them, The New York Times reported. Cablevision bought Newsday for $632 million seven years ago from the Tribune Company, based in Chicago.The acquisitions would not be the first foray into print media for Altice, which is owned by the French-Israeli billionaire Patrick Drahi, whom The New York Times described as “a ruthlessly efficient operator who runs a lean business.” Altice Media Group owns about 20 newspapers and magazines in France. Asked during the conference call if Altice planned to sell off Newsday, News12 and amNewYork, Goei said that is not their intention.“We find those businesses to be extremely attractive and a core part of the local community that we would like to continue to invest in and hopefully learn from in many respects,” he said. “We think that we can run those businesses a little bit more efficiently over time, but I think it’s about continuing to invest in the quality content, both on the Newsday side and as well as the News12 side.”Goei noted that Altice found the media assets’ $200 million in annual ad sales “very impressive” despite the $350 million in operating costs. He added that he believes Altice can consolidate the corporate offices of the news outlets without compromising the quality of the news coverage.“A lot of the losses are being generated by an allocation of corporate overhead,” he said. “You can expect us to try and manage those allocations a lot tighter going forward.”The Altice CEO also praised Cablevision’s controversial ownership of Newsday and said the new owner would not interfere with the newsrooms.“We have a huge amount of respect for what the Dolan family has done with those businesses,” he said. “We won’t touch anything to do with editorial content, but we obviously will look to optimize on the losses…There’s a lot of things like duplicative finance staff.”Jaci Clement, executive director of the Bethpage-based Fair Media Council, a local media watchdog group, said that while Goei may be saying all the right things now, only time will tell if Altice will tinker with the news coverage or not.“It’s too early to tell about anything,” she said. “Based on the way this has worked with other companies…you’re probably talking about a year before any changes take place…They want to formulate their own game plan and figure out what their idea of success is.”At Newsday‘s Melville office Wednesday night as news of the Cablevision sale was spreading through the building, staff in the composing room were reportedly joking about learning French.-With additional reporting by Desiree D’iorio and Spencer Rumsey.last_img read more

The city of Vukovar first bought the Danube Hotel, and is now selling it after five months

first_imgAt the last session of the City Council of the City of Vukovar, it passed a Decision on the sale of real estate in its ownership, which is the Hotel Dunav.For the uninitiated, the light would immediately come on and the question, what does the city-owned hotel do, and the thing becomes more bizarre when we know that the same hotel was bought by the city of Vukovar only five months ago from EURCO doo, for 10.360.000,00 kn.As it was announced from the city of Vukovar at that time, the plan was to reconstruct, equip and convert the Hotel Danube into the Social Education Center “Danube” through the Intervention Plan of the City of Vukovar in the amount of a total of 35.000.000,00 kn. As much as 5.959,40 m2 of gross construction area (ground floor and eight floors) would contain multifunctional halls, public spaces, classrooms, cabinets, restaurant, cafe, business premises and accommodation units.However, a potential investor who would buy the Danube Hotel got involved in the whole story, so the city of Vukovar decided to announce a public tender for the sale of the same. “We have interested buyers for the former Hotel Dunav. We will stipulate that the price is not lower than the 10 million kuna we paid for the property. Interested customers are from abroad and are engaged in the hotel industry, and by bringing the purpose of the facility to work, new jobs will be provided.Said Penava for the Press032 portal.When asked by the City Council within the City Council of Vukovar which specific investor is interested in buying Hotel Dunav, Mayor Ivan Penava answered that unfortunately he is not yet able to answer that question because there is a potential investor but whether he will apply for the tender and whether there will be realizations cannot speak in advance.We can expect the announcement of a public tender for the sale of the Danube Hotel soon, which we will publish on the portal.Related news: THE CITY OF VUKOVAR BUYED AN OLD HOTEL IN THE CITY CENTER – HOTEL DUNAVlast_img read more

Japan to explore ‘simplified’ Games: Tokyo governor

first_imgKoike did not go into details but said such discussions were necessary.”Holding the Olympic and Paralympic Games calls for sympathy and understanding of Tokyoites and the Japanese people,” Koike told reporters.”For that, we need to rationalize what needs to be rationalized and simplify what needs to be simplified.”The Yomiuri, citing government and organizing committee sources, said making Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests mandatory for all spectators — in addition to athletes and staff — and limiting movement in and out of the athletes village were among the options Japan would discuss with the IOC. The IOC and Japanese government in March took the unprecedented decision to delay the Games, which had been due to start in July, for a year due to the coronavirus outbreak.A further delay beyond 2021 has been ruled out.The new coronavirus has infected more than 6.4 million people and killed about 380,000 around the world. Japan has avoided the kind of explosive outbreak seen in countries such as the United States and Brazil, with about 17,000 infections and 900 known deaths to date.When asked for comment, Tokyo 2020 organizers directed Reuters to its regular news conference scheduled for later in the day.  Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said on Thursday it may be necessary to a stage a “simplified” Olympics next year due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and that organisers were already discussing possible changes.Koike’s comments come after the Yomiuri newspaper reported that various options, such as mandatory coronavirus testing and having fewer spectators, were being considered by organizers.John Coates, the head of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) inspectorate for Tokyo, has said a lack of a defense against the new coronavirus threatened the Games and organizers had to start planning for what could be a “very different” Olympics if there were no signs of COVID-19 being eradicated.center_img Topics :last_img read more

Gobernador Wolf: Ocho condados más pasan a la fase verde el 19 de junio

first_img June 12, 2020 Press Release,  Public Health El Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció hoy que ocho condados más pasarán a la fase verde de reapertura de la pandemia de COVID-19 a las 12:01 a.m. del viernes 19 de junio. Estos condados incluyen Dauphin, Franklin, Huntingdon, Luzerne, Monroe, Perry, Pike y Schuylkill.A partir de hoy, hay 46 condados en la fase verde y 21 condados en la fase amarilla.El panel de información sobre los casos por condado y los criterios para considerar la reapertura se pueden encontrar aquí.El Proceso de reapertura de Pennsylvania del Gobernador Wolf describe las restricciones vigentes para los condados en fase amarilla o fase verde.A medida que los condados reabren, Pennsylvania continúa viendo una disminución constante de los casos, un indicador positivo de que su plan de reapertura gradual y medida está funcionando para lograr equilibrar la salud pública y la recuperación económica.De acuerdo con un análisis del New York Times, los nuevos casos de COVID-19 están disminuyendo en menos de la mitad de todos los estados y territorios de EE. UU.“En Pennsylvania, no solo aplanamos la curva, sino que los casos continúan disminuyendo, incluso a medida que reabrimos nuestro estado”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf, “continuaremos adoptando un enfoque medido, gradual de la reapertura basado en la opinión de expertos en ciencia y salud”.Fase amarillaA partir del 12 de junio, estos 21 condados pasan a la fase amarilla: Berks, Bucks, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Erie, Franklin, Huntingdon, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Perry, Philadelphia, Pike, Schuylkill y Susquehanna.A medida que las regiones o los condados pasan a la fase amarilla, se aliviarán algunas restricciones en el trabajo y en la interacción social, al tiempo que otras, como el cierre de escuelas, gimnasios y otros centros de recreación en lugares cerrados, salones de belleza y manicura, al igual que las limitaciones en torno a las grandes reuniones, permanecen vigentes.La finalidad de esta fase es comenzar a reactivar la economía mientras se vigilan de cerca los datos sobre de salud pública con el fin de garantizar que la propagación de la enfermedad permanezca contenida en la mayor medida posible.Restricciones respecto del trabajo y la congregaciónEl teletrabajo debe continuar cuando sea factibleLas empresas con operaciones en persona deben cumplir las órdenes de seguridad para las empresas y en los edificiosEl cuidado de niños puede abrir conforme a la guíaLas restricciones para los servicios de atención conjunta y las prisiones siguen vigentesLas escuelas pueden brindar instrucción en persona solo de acuerdo con la guía del Departamento de EducaciónRestricciones socialesSe levanta el orden de quedarse en casa que tenía la finalidad de lograr una mitigación agresivaLas reuniones grandes de más de 25 personas están prohibidasEs obligatorio el uso de máscaras al ingresar a un negocioLa venta minorista en persona está permitida; se prefiere la entrega en la acera y el envíoLa recreación en lugares cerrados, centros de salud y bienestar y servicios de cuidado personal (como gimnasios, spas, salones de belleza, salones de manicura y otras entidades que ofrecen terapia de masaje), y todos los entretenimientos (como casinos, teatros) permanecen cerradosLos restaurantes y bares pueden abrir para ofrecer servicios al aire libre, además del servicio de comidas para llevar y para enviarFase verdeA partir del 12 de junio, estos 46 condados están en la fase verde: Adams, Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Bradford, Butler, Cambria, Cameron, Carbon, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Columbia, Crawford, Cumberland, Elk, Fayette, Forest, Fulton, Greene, Indiana, Juniata, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lycoming, McKean, Mercer, Mifflin, Montour, Northumberland, Potter, Snyder, Somerset, Sullivan, Tioga, Union, Venango, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Westmoreland, Wyoming y York.Luego de que un condado pasa a la fase amarilla, es supervisado de cerca para detectar el aumento del riesgo, como los brotes significativos. Si el riesgo general permanece mitigado durante 14 días, el condado pasará a la fase verde.La fase verde alivia la mayoría de las restricciones al levantar las órdenes de quedarse en casa y cierre de empresas para permitir que la economía reabra estratégicamente al tiempo que se continúa priorizando la salud pública. Algunas restricciones, como el uso de máscaras, sí permanecen vigentes.Si bien esta fase coordina el regreso a una “nueva normalidad”, es igualmente importante continuar supervisando a los indicadores de la salud pública y ajustar las órdenes y las restricciones según sea necesario para garantizar que la propagación de la enfermedad se mantenga al mínimo.Restricciones respecto del trabajo y la congregaciónSe recomienda enfáticamente la continuación del teletrabajoLas empresas con operaciones en persona deben seguir los requisitos actualizados de seguridad en las empresas y en los edificiosTodas las empresas que operan con una ocupación del 50% en la fase amarilla pueden aumentar a una ocupación del 75%El cuidado de niños puede abrir conforme a la guíaLas restricciones para los servicios de atención conjunta siguen vigentesLas restricciones con respecto a las prisiones y hospitales se determinan de manera individual de acuerdo a cada instituciónLas escuelas están sujetas a las guías de los CDC y del estadoRestricciones socialesLas reuniones grandes de más de 250 personas están prohibidasEs obligatorio el uso de máscaras al ingresar a un negocioLos restaurantes y bares abren al 50% de su ocupaciónLos servicios de cuidado personal (que incluyen peluquerías y barberías) abren al 50% de su ocupación y solo con cita previaLa recreación en interiores, los centros de salud y bienestar, y los servicios de cuidado personal (como gimnasios y spas) abren con una ocupación del 50%. Se recomienda enfáticamente la implementación de citas previasTodos los entretenimientos (como casinos, teatros y centros comerciales) abren al 50% de su ocupaciónLa actividad relacionada con la construcción puede volver a su capacidad total con la implementación constante de protocolosLuego de que un condado pasa a la fase amarilla, el estado supervisa de cerca el aumento del riesgo, como los brotes significativos. Si el riesgo general permanece mitigado durante catorce días, el condado podrá pasar a la fase verde.El estado continúa usando las métricas basadas en el riesgo de la Carnegie Mellon University y el panel de datos del Departamento de Salud y de la Agencia de Manejo de Emergencias de Pennsylvania disponible aquí.El estado continúa aumentando las pruebas e intensificando los esfuerzos para realizar el rastreo de contactos. Hasta el 11 de junio, hay un total de 496 rastreadores de contactos y un total de 2,777 contactos que están siendo monitoreados. El Departamento de Salud recibió un total de 80,498 resultados de pruebas en los últimos siete días, un promedio de 11,500 por día. El promedio de los resultados de las pruebas recibidos en 30 días es más de 10,500.Se sumaron 3,371 casos nuevos a las investigaciones durante la semana del 4 al 11 de junio.La última guía para empresas, que incluye la guía para recreación al aire libre se puede encontrar aquí.La guía preliminar sobre deportes se puede encontrarse aquí.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Gobernador Wolf: Ocho condados más pasan a la fase verde el 19 de juniolast_img read more