COVID-19: Surabaya and its satellites to start PSBB with curfew

first_imgPrior to the implementation of the PSBB, more than 80 checkpoints to monitor people’s movements have been established in the three regions – 13 in Surabaya, 24 in Sidoarjo and 45 in Gresik. Luki said checkpoints were not set up to stop people from going to work. “We will not make the people’s economic activities stop running. Shops, hypermarkets and traditional markets will stay open. We just want people to adhere to physical distancing rules,” he said. He said that a 4,300-strong joint team of police, military and public order agency (Satpol PP) personnel would be deployed to ensure people’s adherence to the PSBB order.  The COVID-19 task forces in Surabaya, East Java and its satellite regencies Sidoarjo and Gresik are set to impose a curfew during the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) as part of efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19 in the three regions, which will be effective for 14 days from Tuesday until May 11.East Java police chief Insp. Gen. Luki Hermawan said the curfew and other restrictions would be enforced with several exceptions to make sure the PSBB did not hamper people’s economic activities. “Economic activities are not prohibited. There are at least two traditional markets in Surabaya that open at night, for instance. We will let them open [despite the curfew],” Luki told reporters on Tuesday morning.  “But we will give more verbal reminders to violators especially in the first three days of PSBB implementation,” he said. Similar to the restrictions imposed in Jakarta, the three regions are limiting vehicles to use only 50 percent of their seats. Motorcycles are not allowed to take passengers. Surabaya is the hardest-hit region in East Java with 372 confirmed cases and 51 fatalities as of Monday. The inclusion of Sidoarjo and Gresik in the implementation of the PSBB is partly due to Surabaya’s interconnection with the two satellite regions. Sidoarjo is the second-hardest-hit region with 81 confirmed cases and 11 fatalities, while Gresik has 22 confirmed cases and four fatalities. According to the official government count, East Java has 857 cases with 90 fatalities as of Tuesday. Topics :last_img read more

Check out the newest entrants to Brisbane’s real estate listings

first_imgMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoThe kitchen at 24 Walker Ave, New FarmA house at 24 Walker Ave, New Farm is set for auction on March 18. The three-bedroom home is on Teneriffe Hill.It sits on a 764sq m block. The home has a wrap around balcony.Once you enter through the main entry way there is a living and entertaining area.The kitchen has views of the Brisbane River and the dining area allows access to the surrounding deck. 26 Castile St, Indooroopilly. Picture: 26 Castile St, Indooroopilly this home has hit the market with a price guide of between $1,680,000 and $1,780,000.The four-bedroom resort-style home has 4.2 metre high ceilings, bamboo floors, a fireplace and commercial grade glass.Decks overlook the swimming pool. 70 Gosford St, Mount Gravatt is one of the new listings. Picture: new listings are hitting the Brisbane real estate market.CoreLogic figures reveal 4616 more properties were listed for sale in Brisbane in the past four weeks.There are now 19,533 properties listed for sale, 2.3 per cent higher than this time last year.New listings include this home at 70 Gosford St, Mount Gravatt has hit the market with a $749,000 plus price tag.The four-bedroom home has drop ceiling bulkheads, and LED downlights throughout the house.There are 2.7m ceilings throughout the house Sydney blue gum timber floors.center_img 26 Castile St, Indooroopilly. Picture: read more

FINANCIAL RANKINGS: Liverpool Closing in on Man Utd as England’s…

first_img4. LIVERPOOL£1.143bn / 6 per cent + (£64.3m rise) 7. PSG£876m / 5.8 per cent + (£48m rise) 10. ARSENAL£651m / 18.18 per cent – (£150m fall The Brand Finance Reviewshows that Real Madrid are positioned in number one with the total value of the club currently at £1.286bn (€1.419bn), despite a drop in value of a staggering £205m.Barcelona’s value, meanwhile, actually increased by 1.4 per cent – meaning there is now just £5.4m (€6m) between the two clubs at the top of the worldwide rankings -with Barca’s value a total of £1.280bn (€1.413bn).Overall, the top 10 is made up of six English teams, with Manchester City in fifth after a 10.4 per cent decrease (a total of £118m) in their valuation to £1.018bn (€1.124bn).Chelsea dropped a place to eighth, with their value decreasing for the fourth consecutive year, while Tottenham are ninth just above Arsenal by £58.9m (€65m), who are in 10th.The Gunners in particular saw a huge drop in their value, with a decrease of £150m representing an 18.18 per cent drop on their 2019 valuation.Spurs enjoyed a three per cent increase in their value, largely because of the opening of their new £1billion, 60,000-capacity stadium.Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are the only German side in the top 10 – they’re positioned sixth in the table – whilst PSG are the only French club and they sit seventh in the table.Perhaps surprisingly, there is no Italian club in the top 10, with Juventus situated in 11th, Inter Milan 14th and AC Milan 22nd.Bundesliga runners-up Borussia Dortmund are placed in 12th, Atletico Madrid are a place behind in 13th, while Champions League quarter-finalists Red Bull Leipzig complete the top-15.Other Premier League clubs experienced huge increases in valuation, with Leicester City recording a 44 per cent increase to £301m (€333m) as a result of their season in the upper echelons of the table, even though they just missed out on Champions League qualification on Sunday. 1. REAL MADRID£1.286bn / 13.8 per cent- (£205m fall) 3. MAN UTD£1.190bn / 10.7 per cent – (£143m fall) Liverpoolare closing in on Manchester Unitedas England’s most valuable football club after their Premier League title triumph, according to the latest edition of the Brand Finance Football Annual.According to reports published by UK’s Daily Mail yesterday, The Reds are up to fourth in the worldwide rankings, with their value rising by six per cent to £1.143billion (€1.262bn), just £47million behind Manchester United’s £1.190bn valuation – which represents a drop of £143m on the previous year and a fall to third in the rankings.However, both clubs are some way behind leading LaLiga duo of Real Madrid and Barcelona, with the former retaining top spot despite making nearly a 14 per cent loss, with the coronaviruscrisis causing the total brand value of top 50 clubs to fall for the first time in six years. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram 6. BAYERN MUNICH£957m / 19.6 per cent – (£233m fall) 5. MAN CITY£1.018bn  / 10.4 per cent – (£118m fall) THE TOP 10 MOST VALUABLE FOOTBALL CLUBS IN THE WORLD  8. CHELSEA£859m / 1.9 per cent – (£17m fall) 9. TOTTENHAM£710m / 3.3 per cent + (£23.5m rise) ClubValue/percentage rise or fall (value rise/fall from 2019) 2. BARCELONA£1.280bn / 1.4 per cent + (£18.1m rise)last_img read more

The Clash at Daytona results: Jimmie Johnson wins rain-shortened exhibition race

first_imgCongratulations to @JimmieJohnson, your winner of the #[email protected] | @TeamHendrick— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 10, 2019Multiple drivers, including Paul Menard and Kyle Busch, were involved in a major wreck on the 55th lap. Menard led 51 laps before the crash.Chaos in the #AdvanceAutoClash on Lap 55!— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 10, 2019There were four lead changes and four cautions in the race, which was stopped with 16 laps remaining because of the weather. Related News 2019 Daytona 500 qualifying: William Byron, Alex Bowman to start from front row The NASCAR Cup Series will officially kick off next Sunday with The Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway.NASCAR results from Advance Auto Parts ClashJimmie JohnsonKurt BuschJoey LoganoRyan BlaneyAlex Bowman Austin DillonChase ElliottAric AlmirolaRyan NewmanDaniel SuarezJamie McMurrayKevin HarvickPaul MenardKyle BuschMartin Truex Jr.Clint BowyerDenny HamlinBrad KeselowskiKyle LarsonErik Jonescenter_img Jimmie Johnson earned the win in the 2019 Advance Auto Parts Clash.Johnson picked up the victory in the rain-shortened exhibition race at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday. Kurt Busch placed second while Joey Logano finished third.last_img read more

Texas ‘pole tax’ hits strip joints

first_imgStrip clubs occupy a mythic place in Texas lore as a spot where young women can work their way through college and small-town girls with dreams of Hollywood stardom get their start on the lowest rung of show biz. Texas’ topless spots range from dimly lit dives with pickup trucks lined up outside to gentlemen’s clubs that resemble plush hunting lodges and attract men in business suits. The pole tax is unlikely to have much effect on your finer establishments. The owners of Players, a small topless bar in Amarillo, are among those suing the state. They said that adding a $5 tax to the $4 cover could drive away customers and force the club out of business. “They won’t pay it,” said Chandra Brown, president of the company that owns Players. “They won’t come in. They can’t afford it.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! DALLAS – Texas, where strip clubs have given rise to Anna Nicole Smith and many other less-generously endowed performers, is about to make it more expensive to watch a little bump and grind. In what some have dubbed the “pole tax,” the Lone Star State will require its 150 or so strip clubs to collect a $5-per-customer levy, with most of the proceeds going to help rape victims. The tax goes into effect on New Year’s Day. Club owners and some of their customers say the money is going to a noble cause, but they argue that the tax infringes on their First Amendment right to freedom of expression, that it will drive some bars out of business and that it unfairly links their industry to sex crimes. “We’ll be fine. I’ve already stopped advertising, and we’re raising our cover charges. But this is going to kill some of the smaller clubs,” said Dawn Rizos, who runs The Lodge, a Hemingway-inspired place that has exotic animal heads on the walls and is packed after Dallas Cowboys games at nearby Texas Stadium. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonThe strip clubs are suing to block the tax, which state officials estimate will raise more than $40million a year, based on liquor sales figures. If accurate, the estimate suggests at least 8million people a year go to Texas strip clubs to get a lap dance or watch women pole-dance in a G-string. Supporters of the stripper tax say they are not out to close the clubs – that would just mean less money for victims of sexual assault. “This is an industry that largely employs women, and this gives them an opportunity to raise funds for a crime that affects women,” said state Rep. Ellen Cohen, a Houston Democrat who sponsored the bill, approved by the Legislature in May. “I’ve been told the fees to get into these places can be $10, $15. I don’t think another $5 is going to prevent someone from going,” said Cohen, who is also president of a women’s center that could get funding from the new law. Most places will probably raise drink prices and cover charges, or start charging a cover if they don’t do so already. last_img read more