CNTB Procurement: Photo and video recording of Advent in Croatia

first_imgThe Croatian National Tourist Board has published a call for bids for the needs of photo and video recording of Advent in Croatia.According to the procurement instructions, it is necessary to take a total of 200 photos or a minimum of 5 photos per location (each location must be photographed in vertical and horizontal position, ie within 5 photos per location there must be photos in both vertical and horizontal position) durations.Advent locations according to the procurement instructions: Zagreb, Central Croatia, Slavonia (Osijek, Vinkovci), Dalmatia (Split, Zadar, Šibenik, Dubrovnik), Kvarner (Rijeka, Rab, Opatija) and Istria (Pula, Poreč).Deadline for submission of bids: December 5.12.2018, 12.00. to XNUMX h. Find all the terms and details HERElast_img

South Korea sees largest spike in virus cases in nearly two months

first_imgSocial distancing rules have been relaxed in South Korea and facilities such as museums and churches have reopened. Some professional sports — including baseball and soccer — started new seasons earlier this month, albeit behind closed doors.Students have been returning to classes since last week, although some schools were forced to turn away their pupils over concerns of new virus cases in their neighborhood.The country endured one of the worst early outbreaks of the disease outside mainland China, and while it never imposed a compulsory lockdown, strict social distancing had been widely observed since March.But it appears to have brought its outbreak under control thanks to an extensive “trace, test and treat” program. Topics : It was the largest increase since 81 cases were announced on April 5.An outbreak at a warehouse of e-commerce firm Coupang in Bucheon, west of Seoul, has seen 69 cases, said the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Around 4,100 workers and visitors to the building were under self-isolation, with more than 80 percent tested so far, vice health minister Kim Gang-lip told reporters.”We are expecting the number of new cases linked to the warehouse to continue rising until today as we wrap up related tests,” he added.center_img South Korea reported its biggest spike in coronavirus cases in nearly two months on Thursday, as officials scramble to tackle fresh clusters that have raised concerns of a possible second wave of infections.The country has been held up as a global model in how to curb the virus and has begun to ease restrictions, but is now rushing to contain new infections as life returns to normal.Officials announced 79 new cases Thursday — taking its total to 11,344 — with most fresh infections from the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area.last_img read more

Two month training for 3 Olympic probable swimmers in Dubai

first_img LIVE TV Written By First Published: 15th August, 2020 11:08 IST 3 weeks ago Dubai Crown Prince keeps SUV aside after doves nest on it; shares heartwarming video 3 weeks ago Freeman lights up Sydney Olympics to kick off new millennium COMMENT Three Olympic probable swimmers accompanied with a coach at a cost of around 35 lakhs will be training in Dubai ahead of next year’s Tokyo Olympics.The three swimmers are Virdhawal Khade (50m freestyle), Srihari Nataraj (100m backstroke), Kushagra Rawat (400m freestyle) and they will train at Dubai’s Aqua Nation Swimming Academy. The decision was taken by Sports Authority of India and approved by the Sports Ministry.All three swimmers have breached the B qualification mark for the Olympics. READ | In-form Horsfield Shoots 64, Leads Celtic ClassicThis decision was taken in lieu of the current prevailing situation as swimming pools in India are not yet accessible as a safety measure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The training in Dubai will allow athletes to practise and improve their timing to “Olympic Qualification mark- A Time”. The covid-19 pandemic had halted the training of India’s swimmers since March 2020.There was growing demand by swimmers and Swimming Federation of India for training for next year’s Olympics. READ | Broncos Top Draft Pick Jeudy Makes Great First ImpressionMany top swimmers felt they were missing out on training due to discrimination and apathy towards opening of swinming pool in the country.IOA president had also raised the issue as early as May why pools were not opening. The Sports Ministry was apprehensive with the opening of swimming pool as they feared spreading of Covid 19 infection fadt through water.READ | Penske Cars Struggle With Speed As Andretti Tops 233 MphREAD | Unpredictability Ahead As NASCAR Gets On Daytona Road CourseImage credits: PTI WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 15th August, 2020 11:08 IST Two Month Training For 3 Olympic Probable Swimmers In Dubai Three Olympic probable swimmers accompanied with a coach at a cost of around 35 lakhs will be training in Dubai ahead of next year’s Tokyo Olympicscenter_img WE RECOMMEND Suman Ray 3 weeks ago INOX Group to sponsor Indian team for Tokyo Olympics: IOA SUBSCRIBE TO US 3 weeks ago A flame, a look, one of the Olympics’ most powerful moments 3 weeks ago Geeta Phogat gets massive support from fellow Olympic mothers to compete at Tokyo Olympics FOLLOW USlast_img read more