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Example of confirmation of accommodation reservation proving entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes

first_imgThe Ministry of Tourism has published an example of confirmation of accommodation reservation / charter services / etc. proving entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes. Name and surname of the owner of the accommodation service provider / company name:(Name and surname of the owner of accommodation / company)Object / company address:(Address of the accommodation / company)Type of service: (example – accommodation service)(Type of service):Service and recipient information:Name and surname of the customer of the service:(Name and Surname of the buyer of service)Number of people for whom the service was purchased: (example- 4)(Number of persons for whom the service is purchesed)Period for which the service was purchased (date from / to): (example – 01.06.2020 – 15.06.2020.)(Period for which the service is purchased (date from / to))  Although it seems like unnecessary information, people in practice often wander around and don’t know what a booking confirmation should look like. We now have an official confirmation of the layout of the form, ie what it must consist of, to which we must add our data or memorandum. Provider information: Therefore, the booking confirmation should contain the following information: Attachment: Example of confirmation of accommodation reservation / charter services / etc. which proves entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes The booking confirmation can be printed in the form of a document or e-mail, and the guest must have it when entering the Republic of Croatia and show it at the border crossing. last_img read more

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Kyrie Irving causing problems in Brooklyn? Nets’ Jarrett Allen shoots down mood swing rumors

first_img“He acts like a normal teammate,” Allen said. “People say that he has mood swings, but that’s a complete lie. He wants to see us succeed and do well if anything.”MORE: Irving opens up on personal struggles with CelticsESPN’s Stephen A. Smith brought concerns back to the surface on a recent episode of “First Take” during a discussion about Boston’s impressive start. After Max Kellerman pointed out how well the Celtics have played without Irving, Smith noted there are already rumblings about Irving’s attitude.”I am not hearing good things about Kyrie in Brooklyn,” Smith said. “I’m talking about — you’re hearing, you’re just hearing about the mood. People are putting stuff out there. I don’t think it’s fair. I don’t know how accurate it is. But I am telling — if Kyrie’s listening — I am telling you there is stuff circulating out there about him from an attitude perspective.”Irving, who has missed Brooklyn’s last three games with a shoulder injury, dismissed a separate ESPN report from earlier this season that detailed the team’s discomfort regarding his “infamous mood swings.””Who cares what ESPN or anyone says?” Irving said back in October. “I love myself. I love my family. I love my friends. I love playing basketball… I kind of expect that at this point, for everybody to say things like that. And I’m going to keep on smiling and doing me. I’m happy where I am, and that comes with it I guess. Jarrett Allen is coming to the defense of his point guard.The Nets center addressed rumors about Kyrie Irving on Thursday as part of a Bleacher Report AMA. Allen was asked how Irving acts in the locker room, a constant topic of conversation following Irving’s tumultuous 2018-19 season with the Celtics. “They try to tear down some of the most peaceful people in the world, still, to this day, so it’s gonna happen.”The Nets will certainly continue to monitor Irving throughout the year, but they have bigger issues at the moment. Brooklyn is just 6-8 overall and has lost four of its last six games heading into Friday night’s contest against the Kings. In addition to Irving, the Nets are also waiting on the return of Caris LeVert, who will likely be out until mid-December following thumb surgery.Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson has the tough task of guiding this group through an early rough patch — and staying on the same page with Irving should any issues arise.last_img read more

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Argonia-Attica vs. Caldwell could be a game of offensive fireworks

first_imgby James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — Caldwell and Argonia-Attica made strong statements in their respective season openers last week, and they meet in week two in Argonia in what could be a game filled with offensive fireworks – provided Mother Nature will let them.The thing is, this might not be the last time these two teams will play. Both could well be playoff contenders and could meet again in the post season.Tonight is a pre-district game though, and will have little bearing on any standings that matter, so both teams can enjoy the moment without much pressure.Last week, Caldwell blew out Udall 52-6, and Argonia Attica beat Central Burden 52-12. In  both instances the games ended early because of the score.Argonia-Attica was perhaps a little more of a surprise as most of the starers were new and they were playing a preseason ranked team. It looked more like a reloading than a rebuilding campaign.Freshman quarterback Trevor Pierce passed for 107 yards and rushed for 102 more and accounted for four touchdowns. Seth Hemberger rushed for 101 yards.Caldwell is a senior-laden team with a lot of experience, and their blowout was more expected. Running back Dakota Volavda averaged 23 yards per carry last Friday, running for 142 yards on six carries and scoring twice. Senior quarterback Colten Ward completed all four of his passes for 51 yards and one touchdown.  He also ran for 74 yards on four carries.Caldwell had 281 yards of offense, but their yards per play, 14.8 was impressive.Argonia-Attica coach Luke Greenwood said the game has become a rivalry and they are excited about the game.“Caldwell has a very talented team this year with most everyone back from their playoff team last year,” Greenwood said. “Our teams are very similar and we both have high expectations for this season.”He said his team would try to slow down the Caldwell offense. He said getting pressure on the quarterback often would be a good way to slow them down.Greenwood said his team worked on eliminating mistakes like missed blocking assignments, and adjusting to defenses.Greenwood said the game would be a good test and “should help us gauge what kind of team we have this year.”Caldwell coach Sean Blosser had similar sentiments, saying the game should give them a clear picture of where they are as a team.“When you play a team that has had a couple seasons like A-and-A has, you should be excited,” Blosser said. “You practice and prepare to have the opportunity to play good teams. We have that this week.”Blosser also said the team worked on techniques and getting better at making reads this week.———In other Sumner County games:West Elk (1-0) at Oxford (1-0): West Elk blew away Flinthills 54-0 while Oxford beat South Haven significantly 54-6. This will be Oxford’s first home game. The Patriots were favored to win the South-Central Border League.South Haven (0-1) at Flinthills (0-1): This will be a huge opportunity for South Haven to pick up a big win. Both teams were 45ed in game one.W. Independent (0-1) at Conway Springs (1-0): The Cardinals home opener. This should be an easy win for Conway Springs. W. Independent lost to Chaparral 31-7 in week one. Conway Springs was victorious over Belle Plaine 48-8.Belle Plaine (0-1) at Cheney (0-1): Cheney is just coming off a 36-21 loss to Wichita Trinity. This will be another tough matchup for the Dragons, currently on a 29-game losing streak.last_img read more

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Courts prepare to restart jury trials

first_imgGavel, scales of justice and law booksDES MOINES — The state court system is moving closer to returning to holding jury trials across the state.Supreme Court Justice Matthew McDermott co-chaired the committee which reviewed and made recommendations on the issue. He says it’s important to have the jurors in the courtrooms.“There have been some states that have tried remote video conferencing jury trials — and I think there has been very limited or mixed success with most of those,” McDermott says.The Supreme Court released a list of guidelines Wednesday it will follow for jury trials, and McDermott says they could be put in place soon.  “It’s our hope that the jury trial process will get going in the next couple of months, ” he says. “We think that we have these protocols in place that can keep people safe and we can start giving people their right to a jury trial that is enshrined in the constitution.”McDermott says many of the protocols are things we’ve already seen as other businesses and services opened back up. “Obviously everyone has had to deal with it and I don’t think there’s anything that’s going to particularly shock anyone with any of the rules we have here. I think most of them are kind of standard practice now,” McDermott says.One of the biggest challenges the court system faces is there are different types of courthouses in the 99 counties of the state. “It’s really adopting all of them for 99 counties where these trials will take place,” according to McDermott. “That could be a challenge — because you have courthouses like the one in Polk County that is devoted almost solely to court operations. And then you have courthouses in more rural counties that might have    a lot of other operations going on to — the county auditor’s office and recorder’s office and things like that.”He says those smaller courthouses pose a social distancing challenge. “Those courtrooms are perhaps a little bit smaller and so just addressing all of the different iterations of the courthouses that are out there. It’s going to be challenging — but I think that we are up to it,” McDermott says.He says one big issue is keeping the juror’s space six feet apart. “Jurors might have to sit in the gallery. They might have to sit in chairs that are situated outside the regular jury box. The hope is that we can get everyone in our courtrooms to make that happen. Otherwise we are going to have to find or try to find spaces outside of courthouses to hold trials,” McDermott says.He says there will be some differences in how jurors are called to serve.  He says they will have to call them in smaller groups and keep them out of the courthouses for as long as they can until they have to come in. “Like most other businesses we are going to have markings on floors, doing all of the regular measures that everyone seems to be doing with keeping spacing and wearing masks and things like that,” McDermott says.They may summon larger jury pools than in the past in anticipation of some jurors not being able to come in because of virus symptoms.  All of the proposed guidelines for restarting jury trials are on the judicial system’s website.last_img read more

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Hospital ICUs Reach Near-Capacity Across Parts of South Florida

first_imgAs cases of the coronavirus continue to increase throughout South Florida, health officials are growing concerned over hospitalizations and the numbers of intensive care unit beds that are, or are not, available.Last week, the state reached more than 1,800 hospitalizations, marking the highest single-day since the beginning of the pandemic, according to state records.Some area hospitals are now taking steps to increase the amount of available ICU beds.Bethesda East, Bethesda West and Boca Raton Regional Center are rescheduling elective procedures that require overnight stays in order to help free up space for COVID-19 patients.In Broward, Memorial Hospital West in Pembroke Pines reported only two of its 40 adult ICU beds were left Tuesday, according to state records.Meanwhile, Memorial Hospital Miramar reported none available, with all 18 of its ICU beds occupied.Broward Health North in Deerfield Beach reported that it had one of 32 beds available, while Baptist Hospital of Miami reported that six out of 88 beds remained open.Throughout Florida, 56 hospital ICUs have reached capacity, while another 35 hospitals report ICU bed availability of 10 percent or less. As of Wednesday morning, many Palm Beach County hospital ICUs were also reportedly near capacity.According to the state’s hospital bed census, Bethesda West and Wellington Regional Medical Center both reported they only had two beds available for ICU patients.Gov. Ron Desantis said this week that hospitals are seeing more patients for other issues, and then learning they also have coronavirus. The governor added that is part of the reason the positive numbers are rising.“People didn’t all of the sudden stop having heart attacks,” DeSantis said. “People were not as comfortable seeking medical care then, so we’ve been stressing, and every hospital we’ve talked to is stressing, ‘Hey, we’re open for business.’”last_img read more