Advertisement AdvertisementTags: COVIDcovid-19 vaccineLee Health Advertisement“I think we’re looking at the week of the 21st or the week of the 28th as being the most likely dates that we will see a vaccine here in our community,” Antonucci said.The state of Florida’s current plan has healthcare workers among the first to receive the vaccine. Governor DeSantis said the state could receive 179,400 doses of the Pfizer vaccine from the federal government’s allocation. The governor said the first shipment of initial doses is expected within the week.Antonucci said that, though they are still waiting on further guidance from the state, they are ready to distribute the vaccine to frontline workers as soon as it’s available. Advertisement DOH-Collier bringing COVID-19 vaccines to homebound residents June 17, 2021 “We have already identified our high-risk frontline workers,” Antonucci said. “So those would be workers in the Emergency Department, the COVID units, and the Intensive Care Units.” Health Matters: Scoliosis Treatment for Children June 13, 2021 AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments LEE COUNTY, Fla. – Lee Health President and CEO Dr. Larry Antonucci said the healthcare system has been preparing for the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine for weeks.“We have been setting up areas where we have ultra-cold storage, places where they will be able to give the vaccine, employee health areas, and have teams ready to go when the vaccine arrives,” Antonucci said.After receiving FDA approval, the vaccine will first be sent to Florida’s five major metropolitan areas before being sent to our region, Dr. Antonucci said.Lee County could have access to the vaccine as early as next week, though it likely will take a bit longer than that. AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments Health Matters: A Partnership in Medical Care June 13, 2021 Donors with O+ blood type needed at Lee Health June 17, 2021 RELATEDTOPICS After experiencing a dip in tourism, Lee County tourism officials hope that the vaccine’s imminent arrival will also bring more tourists back to our region.“Everybody has high hopes with the vaccine coming out,” said Tamara Pigott, the Executive Director of the Lee County Visitor and Convention Bureau. “More people may be comfortable traveling once they get a vaccine.”However, Antonucci warns that we won’t be getting back to normal immediately since it will take weeks for the vaccine to work in every person.“Ultimately, until we have enough people in the community vaccinated and we have what’s called ‘herd immunity,’ it will not be completely safe,” Antonucci said.In the meantime, he said we should continue taking every COVID-19 precaution like washing our hands regularly, wearing a mask and social distancing.
Home Industry News Releases “South Africa Redefined” Brings Vanguard Winemakers to the USIndustry News ReleasesWine Business“South Africa Redefined” Brings Vanguard Winemakers to the USBy Press Release – May 28, 2019 293 0 Previous articleMeet the Farmer’s Market of WineNext articleThe Albariño Wine from Rias Baixas “La Fillaboa 1898” from Fillaboa Wineries Awarded ‘Best in Show’ by Decanter Press Release Linkedin Tuesday, June 11th: Chicago, ILLocation: City WineryModerator: Rebekah Mahru, Beverage Director for City Winery Chicago Pinterest ReddIt Twitter TAGSBroadbent SelectionsThe Spire Collection Email Facebook In addition to the dedicated master classes in these five cities, the winemakers will join Kelli White of GuildSomm for a seminar on “South Africa’s New Wave” at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen on Friday, June 14th. This seminar will explore the current landscape of South African wine, and what leading winemakers share in their approach.For more information about the events or to express interest in attending, please contact [email protected] The Spire Collection:The Spire Collection is a luxury portfolio of wines from the world’s most renowned winegrowing regions. As a global portfolio, the Spire Collection reflects a commitment over four generations to unparalleled vineyard sites and estates around the world. With origins on California’s classic northern coast, today the portfolio includes estates in California (Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Anderson Valley), Oregon (Willamette Valley), Europe (Bordeaux, Tuscany) and the Southern Hemisphere (Australia, South Africa). https://www.spirecollection.com/About Broadbent Selections:Founded in 1996, Broadbent Selections is a global portfolio of family-owned wineries of exceptional quality and character. Its mission is to represent wines that gratify not only the palate but the soul. The Broadbent Selections portfolio includes vineyards from Austria, Germany, Portugal, California, Virginia, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina, South Africa, Lebanon, and England. http://www.broadbent.com/usa/Advertisement AdvertisementSix-city Tour to Showcase Diversity and Innovation in South African wineSan Francisco, Calif., May 23, 2019 – The Spire Collection and Broadbent Selections have announced “South Africa Redefined,” a six-city US tour featuring five of South Africa’s leading winemakers. Starting in New York City on Monday, June 10th and ending in Los Angeles on Monday, June 17th, the tour’s pinnacle events are master classes in each city, supported by “sundowner” happy hours in select markets.“The story we’re sharing isn’t about any single winemaker or wine,” says Graham Weerts, winemaker for Capensis. “It’s a much larger conversation about the place, the category and what we believe as winemakers.”Representing some of South Africa’s top winemaking talent, this collaboration brings together longtime friends and colleagues who have studied and worked together over the last 20 years. “This is the first time we’re telling our story in the United States and we’re incredibly excited to tell this story together,” says Adi Badenhorst of A.A. Badenhorst Family Wines.In showcasing the diverse wines and landscape of South Africa, each winemaker represents a distinct terroir and perspective on the experimentation and innovation happening in the country today. The group includes:Adi Badenhorst, A.A. Badenhorst Family WinesSebastian Beaumont, Beaumont Family WinesAbrie Beeslaar, Beeslaar and Kanonkop EstateGraham Weerts, CapensisEben Sadie, The Sadie Family Wines“South Africa is exciting in that it’s not monolithic, it’s incredibly diverse,” says Eben Sadie of The Sadie Family Wines. “It’s the oldest of New World wine regions, and at the same time there’s a novel approach to wine with many individual interpretations.”Each master class will be moderated by a local sommelier or writer in each city. The schedule is as follows:Monday, June 10th: New York City, NYLocation: City WineryModerator: Ray Isle, Executive Wine Editor for Food & Wine Thursday, June 13th: Denver, COLocation: The SourceModerator: David Keck MS, Partner at Goodnight Hospitality Monday June 17th: Los Angeles, CALocation: RepubliqueModerator: Matthew Kaner, Owner of Bar Covell, Augustine Wine Bar, Dead or Alive Bar and Good Measure Share Wednesday, June 12th: Houston, TXLocation: Goodnight Charlie’sModerator: David Keck MS & June Rodil MS, Partners at Goodnight Hospitality
Volusia County CorrectionsBy JON HAWORTH, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A woman has been arrested after attacking a maid and throwing her German Shepherd off of a motel balcony.The incident occurred at approximately 12 p.m. on Dec. 14 when the Daytona Beach Police received a call from staff at a Motel 6 reporting that a woman had attacked one of the motel’s maids and had been standing over a railing and threatening to jump off of the motel’s second floor balcony.When deputies arrived, however, the suspect, 35-year-old Allison Murphy, was locked inside of her room.In police body camera released by Volusia Sheriff’s Office, authorities can be seen knocking on the door several times in an attempt to coax Murphy out of the motel room when the door suddenly swings open and Murphy comes out with a leashed German Shepherd which she immediately picks up and throws over the railing to the ground.The dog — now nicknamed “Miracle” by Volusia County Animal Services — managed to land feet first and tried to run away before she was corralled by bystanders.Murphy, meanwhile, was tackled to the floor in her motel room and taken into custody by authorities.“Volusia County Animal Services took custody of the dog and nicknamed her “Miracle,” as no name was provided,” said the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office in a statement on social media. “She was taken to Atlantic Animal Hospital in Port Orange for emergency evaluation, and is now in the care of Animal Services. Thankfully, during her examination, it was determined that Miracle escaped serious injury. However, an X-ray revealed a sewing needle was lodged in her right thigh. Miracle underwent a procedure to safely remove the needle and is currently recovering with Animal Services.”Authorities did not disclose what led up to Murphy’s alleged attack on the motel maid and to her throwing her dog off of the balcony but did say that a petition for custody over Miracle will be scheduled in the courts in the coming weeks.Murphy currently remains in custody and has been charged with felony charges of animal cruelty and resisting an officer with violence. The investigation into the incident is ongoing.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
The Supervisory Board of Jadran dd from Crikvenica, a tourist company that owns 8 hotels, 2 campsites and a tourist resort on the Crikvenica Riviera, at today’s session approved the company’s Management Board to implement an investment plan worth over 83 million kuna.After the completion of this year’s investment cycle worth over 40 million kuna, which resulted in raising the categories of hotels Katarina and Omorika to four stars and expanding the offer of mobile homes in the camp Selce, the Adriatic Administration has begun preparations for a new investment cycle in 2017. the team made an estimate of all these investments. The investments include six facilities, and the realization depends on the speed of obtaining the necessary permits and the financing model.The accepted plan envisages landscaping hotel Esplanade in Crikvenica, and after renovation the facility will be positioned as a family boutique hotel with a high four star instead of the current three star category. The renovation will include a complete reconstruction of the new and old part of the hotel built in 1929, which has not been in operation since the fire that engulfed it in 2001, the creation of a wellness and SPA zone, infrastructure works and landscaping. The value of the total investment is HRK 32,8 million, and the planned completion of the works is expected in July next year, provided that a building permit is obtained soon, for which all the necessary documentation has been submitted.”Our goal is to return Crikvenica to where it belongs – to the top of Croatian tourism” Dino Manestar, President of the Management Board of Jadran ddStrategic business plan for the period from 2016 to 2025 All investments are also foreseen in the Strategic Business Plan for the period from 2016 to 2025, which was adopted in February this year, but for certain investments the dynamics were accelerated. In addition to the Esplanade, a third phase of landscaping is planned Hotel Omorika which, after the four-star categorization was confirmed in June, will further enrich its content by arranging a wellness center with a swimming pool in the former disco club “Oleander” with an investment value of 11,3 million kuna. The second phase of landscaping will continue in Selce hotel Katarina with an emphasis on the arrangement of the health center, wellness, indoor pool and SPA zone, as well as the arrangement of congress halls, parking and the environment of the facility to complete the positioning of the facility as a four-star spa hotel. The total amount of the investment is estimated at just over HRK 15 million, and the end of the works is expected in May 2017.In addition to Katarina, the old part of Selce is planned to be renovated by June next year Hotel Slaven which is currently not in use, as a three-star holiday hotel with an investment value of HRK 10,2 million. Further landscaping is also planned camp Selce in order to further raise the categorization to the level of four stars, which includes the arrangement of toilets, children’s playground, entrance road, check-in zone, parking with charging stations for electric vehicles, environment, households and services, accommodation for seasonal staff, etc. with total value investments of HRK 15,2 million.”By accepting the investment plan, we show that we are continuing with the planned path of development of the Adriatic with a clear vision of the company in the future. It is a successful, modern and strong tourist company that provides a high level of service to its guests in all facilities, and everything we have achieved in the past gives us a strong motivation and impetus for future success with the support of all our employees and all people of Crikvenica. Since we came out of bankruptcy, I repeat that our goal is to return Crikvenica to where it belongs – to the top of Croatian tourism, and that goal is getting closer to us with each project.” said Dino Manestar, President of the Management Board of Jadran ddIn addition to accepting the investment plan, the Management Board informed the Supervisory Board about the recapitalization procedure, which will, in accordance with the Strategic Business Plan adopted in February this year, try to attract investors needed to implement an investment plan worth over 300 million kuna. In 2021, most of the Adriatic facilities were categorized with 4 stars.
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Los Angeles Clippers’ Montrezl Harrell, let, shoots over Memphis Grizzlies’ Omri Casspi (18) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) Under the former NBA schedule, the first month of the season would just be coming to a close this week.The earlier start that the league went to last year, with the regular season beginning two weeks sooner, means some teams are now already more than a quarter of the way through their 82-game schedules.The extra time doesn’t make it any easier to explain things so far.The Clippers and Nuggets are up. Houston and Boston are down. Golden State has already been both, flying out to a fast start that quickly came to a halt after Stephen Curry was hurt.The restructured schedule, done to build in more opportunities for rest and fewer back-to-back games, trimmed the preseason and reduced the number of exhibition games, in some cases forcing coaches to continue tinkering around Thanksgiving when they’d prefer to be done with it by Halloween.“Just like every team in the league, in November you’re not going to be the same team as you are in April or May,” Portland coach Terry Stotts said. “So you kind of expand your play list a little bit.”Eleven teams in the Western Conference are .500 or better, and that list doesn’t include the usually automatic San Antonio Spurs. The Clippers, Denver and Memphis are all in the top five spots after missing the playoffs last season.The experimenting figures to continue for the Celtics, who had to readjust to having Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward, and the Rockets, who had to replace Trevor Ariza and Luc Mbah a Moute. Both teams start the final week of November at .500 after falling a game short of the NBA Finals last season.Then there’s the Clippers, perhaps the surprise of the league and percentage points ahead of the Warriors for the best record in the West. The team that once boasted a starting lineup that included Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan now fields a much-more anonymous starting lineup but with excellent results.Can that continue? Like plenty else around the NBA thus far, it appears too early to tell.“I think we can beat anyone,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said, “but I think we can lose to anyone.”GAME OF THE WEEKThe Warriors are recovering. The Raptors are rolling.When they meet this week, possibly with Stephen Curry back on the floor, it sets up as one of the games of the NBA season.Golden State heads to Toronto on Thursday for the nationally televised game with the Raptors, who have the NBA’s best record at 17-4. Led by Kawhi Leonard, they have won five in a row overall and are 8-2 at home.The Warriors have won two in a row after a four-game skid that was their longest under coach Steve Kerr. The game in Toronto opens a five-game road trip to the Eastern Conference during which they believe Curry will return from a strained left groin that will sideline him for a 10th straight game Monday against Orlando.Golden State knows how good Leonard is. He had led San Antonio to a huge cushion in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals at Oracle Arena two seasons ago before injuring his ankle in what would turn out to be one of his last appearances for the Spurs. He played in only nine games last season before being dealt to Toronto over the summer.Now the Raptors are looking forward to testing themselves against the champs.“Obviously we’re excited every night to play against anybody,” forward Paskal Siakam said, “but good teams is always a bigger challenge and we’re just more excited.”OTHER GAMES TO WATCH THIS WEEKMinnesota at Cleveland, Monday. Maybe things are settling down after turbulent times for the teams, as each have won two in a row.Lakers at Denver, Tuesday. LeBron James and the Lakers handed the Nuggets their first loss of the season after a 4-0 start back on Oct. 25.Atlanta at Charlotte, Wednesday. They had an exciting finish Sunday in Atlanta, where the Hawks pulled out a 124-123 victory.Milwaukee at New York, Saturday. Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks make their first of two December trips to Madison Square Garden. They’re back to play in the leadoff game on the Christmas schedule.Clippers at Dallas, Sunday. The Mavericks will be trying for their first seven-game home winning streak since starting 7-0 there in 2013-14.BUTLER DOES ITThe scouting report on Jimmy Butler after just a short time in Philadelphia should by now be obvious: Don’t let him take the potential winning 3-pointer from the right wing.He’s already won a pair of games for the 76ers from nearly the identical spot on the floor. After beating the Hornets in overtime in Charlotte on Nov. 17, Butler struck again Sunday to win a game in Brooklyn that Philadelphia trailed by 20 points.Next time the 76ers face that situation, count on Butler wanting to get back to his favorite location. But maybe he shouldn’t wait until then.“I think if I get there at any point in time in the game,” he said, “I could make a lot of shots.”___More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/tag/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports