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Bild: Croatia is among the eight countries that German tourists could visit this summer

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first_imgThere are also various other factors, from fear of travel, declining spending and financial power, lack of vacations, etc.… Measures are slowly being planned or are already being relaxed in each country, which means there will be a strong narrative of each country (buy and travel locally) in order to start the local economy as soon as possible, which is currently an imperative. It is in this segment that the Germans are very much aware of the need to strengthen the local economy. Of course, one should be aware and realistic, until a vaccine or cure is found, we cannot expect a recovery in tourism, which will surely last from that moment for 2-3 years. In the current situation, we also cannot expect large tourist traffic and tourist activity, but we should certainly look at it and be optimistic, ie do our best to catch some tourist traffic. That is why we need to react quickly and be ready, listen to the situation in every market and be proactive. Of course, to emphasize once again, one should be optimistic and do everything to activate the tourist market, as always, but one should also be aware of the realistic framework. This tourist year needs to be crossed, at least when it comes to some big tourist numbers, and if the situation gives us a chance, of course we need to embrace it and do everything in our power. But also our long coast has too many places and coves for distance as well as smaller tourist destinations. Certainly the demand will be for houses and villas with swimming pools, especially those in rural areas and away from city centers, as well as active holidays and the interior. Certainly, such texts and advertisements in the most widely read and extremely influential German newspapers are a big plus. And just a great foundation, if and when the situation is further improved in an optimistic scenario, to direct promotional budgets to save from the tourist season what to save that. / / / A VIEW FROM GERMANY: IF YOU TRAVEL ACROSS BORDERS AT ALL, THE GOAL WILL BE A EUROPEAN COUNTRY But we must also be aware of the question of when and if it will open borders. As Capak recently stated, borders will be opened only if the situation in other countries is stable, ie if it is better than in our country. Certainly, regional travel will be in trend in the coming years, not so far from your home. Here, as a car destination, we certainly have an advantage. Also, after more than a month of quarantine, self-isolation, psychological fear and negative news, of course, everyone has a very strong desire to travel, to finally “breathe”. But what will be the real rational desire to travel when it comes during that time we will see. One is desire and the other is reality. However, fear is the strongest and the main opponent of tourism. / / / GERMANY AS OUR MAIN BROADCASTING MARKET, RECOVERY EXPECTED ONLY IN AUGUST OR SEPTEMBER Also, in addition to Bild, today it is German state television ZDF in the morning program reported on Croatia, and they released and staff from the new CNTB campaign #CroatiaLongDistanceLove. BILD: So will Croatia leave our vacation Factors that will play a role Prema article the most widely read German newspaper picture, Croatia is one of eight countries that German tourists could visit this summer. This fear is further expressed for families with children. And that’s why it’s important to be close to some hospital center, and the islands in this story are extra risky, because of the distance and without a direct road connection to the mainland. Despite the uncertain situation in which it is not known whether tourist trips can be realized, Bild singled out eight countries that could be desirable destinations for German tourists this summer, namely: Croatia, Greece, Austria, Switzerland, Tunisia, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland. Namely, Bild believes that these countries have responded well to the pandemic and that they could be ready for the arrival of tourists by the summer. The situation is changing from day to day, and we should react accordingly. At the moment, no one can say for sure what the weather will be like in September, and how the whole coronavirus situation will develop. Admittedly, epidemiologists expect a second wave of spread sometime in September, but for now, scientists and epidemiologists from around the world still have too many questions and assumptions and too few answers. / / / ISLIVING THE MOOD OF AUSTRIAN TOURISTS AND THE IMPACT ON THE SUMMER SEASON IN CROATIA Until May 03, a warning to citizens not to travel abroad is in force in Germany, and by the end of April it will be decided whether the recommendations will be extended. Certainly, Switzerland and Austria are also counting on German tourists, who in the context of the current need for social distance, active vacation, nature, ecology have a strong trump card. As well as the fact that the destinations are closer than us. BILD: Wo man im sommer trotz Corona Urlaub machen kann Also, Bild ranked the chances of tourist trips in these countries, and Croatia and Greece are in the category of “good chances”. Austria and Switzerland are in the “very likely” holiday category, while other countries are in the “likely” category. It is stated that Croatia introduced strict measures in the fight against the virus in a timely manner, which was a good decision that paid off. Director of the CNTB in Germany Romeo Draghicchio believes that in Croatia there are many accommodations in which it is possible to maintain a distance between guests. “Croatia is in a good position due to its accessibility by car via Austria and Slovenia, and if these countries open their borders, air flights are also possible.Draghiccho points out. last_img read more

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Coronavirus second wave may be even worse: US health chief

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first_imgTopics : Redfield said the virus arrived in the US just as regular flu season — which itself can strain healthcare systems — was waning.If the two diseases had peaked at the same time, he told the Post, “it could have been really, really, really, really difficult” for health systems to cope.Getting a flu shot ahead of next flu season, he said, “may allow there to be a hospital bed available for your mother or grandmother that may get coronavirus”. “We’re going to have the flu epidemic and the coronavirus epidemic at the same time,” he said.The US has recorded more than 800,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, according to a tally from Johns Hopkins University, with 44,845 deaths — the most reported of any country.Billions of people around the world have been ordered to stay at home in recent months as governments try to prevent the highly contagious coronavirus from overwhelming healthcare systems.The US, like other countries, has scrambled to secure enough ventilators and personal protection equipment for medical staff while the death toll mounts.center_img A second wave of the novel coronavirus in the US could be even more destructive because it will likely collide with the beginning of flu season, one of the country’s top health officials said Tuesday.Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), called on Americans to use the coming months to prepare — and get their flu shots.”There’s a possibility that the assault of the virus on our nation next winter will actually be even more difficult than the one we just went through,” he was quoted as saying in an interview with the Washington Post published late Tuesday.last_img read more

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Redknapp relishes vital victory

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first_img Esteban Cambiasso’s measured finish gave the visitors the lead early on but QPR fought back and were ahead at the break courtesy of a Wes Morgan own goal and a first goal for the club from Leroy Fer. Leicester levelled through Jeffrey Schlupp before a fifth goal in as many games from Charlie Austin gave Redknapp’s side what could prove to be a vital win. “It was an excellent performance,” said Redknapp. “There was a lot of pressure on the game today, when you are stuck at the bottom you know that if you don’t win, even a draw, you come away and you are still cut adrift. “To get three points has put us right back in there again. There about eight teams still down there in a relegation battle – you haven’t got to be that clever to pick them out, that is how it is going to be all year but I feel we can get out of it.” Redknapp also praised the character of his squad to remain in the match despite falling behind early on and felt the win was a culmination of good work in recent games. “We came back,” he said. “We could have felt sorry for ourselves in that opening five minutes but we didn’t, we came back strong and we made lots of chances. In an open contest, which saw a record 51 chances on goal, QPR showed just enough to seal a 3-2 win in the first of a series of fixtures Redknapp has labelled as a “very important period” in his side’s bid to survive this season. The Foxes replace Rangers at the foot of the Barclays Premier League table after the result, which saw Nigel Pearson’s side take the lead with their first goal in 504 minutes of football. QPR boss Harry Redknapp believes a close-fought victory over Leicester was crucial to keeping his side from losing ground in the battle to avoid relegation. “It was an open, attacking game – an excellent game I thought with both teams going for it. We went one down in the first five minutes and it was their first goal in a while. They are a dangerous team on the counter attack. “We swarmed people forward but they were always dangerous on the counter The first half was as good as we have played. They created one or two on the break but I thought we were very good. “I felt the last five or six weeks that we have been playing very well. Like every manager I don’t feel like we got the points we deserved from those games. Certainly the Liverpool game here, Chelsea away and Man City – but we have been playing well.” Having broken their goalscoring duck, it could have been easy to point a finger at Leicester’s defence for slipping to a fifth defeat in six games. But Pearson was pleased with the efforts of his back-line and felt both sides did their utmost to take the points in a frenetic encounter. “It was a game in which both sides tried to win and, unfortunately for us today, we didn’t win it,” he said. “What you could say about us today is that we were a bit wasteful at times. I thought our defenders played very well – that is not the reason we conceded goals. “We created enough chances to win it. Our defenders did alright, there were some great blocks in the first half and I thought we, as a defensive unit, were fine. “Players did not track runners and your defenders are not responsible for that. We have started the game well enough and created chances throughout, it is a game we should have won in many ways.” Press Associationlast_img read more

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NFL training camp 2019: NFC West preview

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first_img NFL training camp 2019: NFC South preview NFL training camp 2019: NFC North preview NFL training camp 2019: NFC East preview Here’s the outlook for the NFC West heading into training camp:Team on the riseSan Francisco 49ersMany predicted the Niners to challenge for the playoffs last year. The loss of quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to injury in September put that to bed, but with Garoppolo back under center, the Niners appear better poised for a push in 2019.The pass rush should go from a weakness to a strength after the arrivals of Dee Ford and Nick Bosa, who join DeForest Buckner on a stacked defensive front, which will hope to force considerably more turnovers than the record low of seven the 49ers produced last year.With Kyle Shanahan calling the plays for Garoppolo, an offense featuring star tight end George Kittle and a talented cast of young skill-position players, San Francisco’s attack should be prolific enough to keep the Niners in every game.Team on the declineSeattle SeahawksIt would be easy to predict a slide for the Rams after their Super Bowl heartache. However, beyond the departures of Lamarcus Joyner, Rodger Saffold and Ndamukong Suh, they have kept largely intact the roster that fell a win short of claiming the Lombardi Trophy and found a quality replacement for Joyner in Eric Weddle.The Seahawks, meanwhile, continue to embrace a youth movement on both sides of the ball having seen receiver Doug Baldwin retire and safety Earl Thomas depart.There will be significant pressure on D.K. Metcalf to perform as a rookie and take the pressure off top receiver Tyler Lockett, but that is a lot to ask of a wideout who displayed limited agility as a route-runner in college.However, the bigger problem is on defense, where the trade of star pass rusher Frank Clark has left Seattle relying on first-round pick L.J. Collier, injury-prone Ziggy Ansah and retread Cassius Marsh to pressure the quarterback. The Seahawks should still compete for the playoffs, but their lack of an adequate replacement for Clark could see them on the outside looking in.Rookies to WatchKyler Murray, QB, Cardinals: The story of the draft could become the story of the season if Murray lives up to the billing and sets the league afire as a rookie. To do so he will likely to have to mitigate the impact of an offensive line that was one of NFL’s worst in 2018 with his running ability. Every practice and preseason snap he takes until Week 1 will be intensely scrutinized as the Cardinals’ gamble is continually evaluated.Nick Bosa, DE, 49ers: Bosa could have been a Cardinal had Arizona opted to stick with Josh Rosen. Instead he will be hunting down Murray twice a season and the pass-rusher, along with trade acquisition Ford, will be crucial to San Francisco’s defense reaching to a new level. If Bosa is to have an impact similar to older brother Joey, he will have to put the injury bug behind him. He missed almost all of his final year at Ohio State with a core muscle injury and a hamstring issue left him sidelined for the 49ers’ minicamp.Player SpotlightJared GoffThough Goff does not have to prove anything in camp, he can expect to be under even greater scrutiny in 2019 after crumbling under the bright lights in Super Bowl 53. Aiming to derail their challenge will be a Seahawks team that will remain competitive as long as Russell Wilson is under center, while the 49ers should be in the mix if their quarterback can stay healthy and return to his 2017 form.The combination of Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury could be an explosive one for the Cardinals and should that prove the case that the NFC West may be the most fascinating division in football. Related News How do you overcome a Super Bowl hangover in a division likely to be one of the toughest in the NFL in 2019?That is the conundrum the Rams face as they try to put their letdown against the Patriots in February behind them. Goff never looked comfortable with the stage or his opposition as the Patriots’ defense strangled the life out of the Rams offense in Atlanta, and his upcoming fourth year will be one in which he will have to rise to the challenge of dissecting opponents that will be out to emulate New England’s success. It’s largely on Goff to ensure that Los Angeles doesn’t suffer a Super Bowl hangover in a difficult division.Key InjuryJimmy Garoppolo, knee: The word is the Niners’ quarterback is “good to go” for training camp after tearing his ACL in Week 3 last season, but how he progresses in his return to padded practices should be closely monitored, as it his performances that are most likely to determine whether the West becomes a three-horse race in 2019.For all the good work Nick Mullens did last year, the Niners will go as far as Garoppolo does in a crucial third year for Kyle Shanahan and GM John Lynch. For them to have a chance of winning the division or just reaching the postseason, they need Garoppolo firing on all cylinders as soon as possible.last_img read more

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Playing golf at the Balfour Golf Course has its Advantages

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first_imgMembership has its privileges with the BGC Advantage Program at the Balfour Golf Club.And those privileges are more than just playing on one of the most picturesque Les Furber designed courses in the province packed with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains or Kootenay Lake.“The BGC Advantage Program is a brand new concept to Balfour this year.  It is our amped up version of a loyalty program and thus far is being received very well” said Balfour’s Head Professional Craig Wilkinson.“By getting involved in the program you will have quickly unlocked the best way to increasingly save money on your green fees all season long,” Wilkinson adds.Wilkinson said theprogram contains three key facets. The first is a ‘loyalty’ points collection component where golfers earn one point for every dollar spent in the golf shop. These points are ultimately redeemable for free green fees, power carts or range tokens. Secondly, members are given access to a graduated green fee structure where discounts increase as you attain certain levels of point accumulation. Lastly, BGC Advantage Members will be given exclusive access to a variety of monthly specials on offer throughout the golf season. Located a short distance north of Nelson, Balfour offers a magnificent 18-hole championship golf course designed by none other than Les Furber, who has designed numerous courses around the world.Balfour Golf course features private lakefront meadows and views of the majestic Selkirk Mountains that surround Kootenay Lake.Playing on stellar fairways and luscious greens, a trip around the 18-hole circuit will awe even the most travelled golfer.That is not all that Balfour offers, however.Tuesday night is Men’s Night for players looking for a social evening.Seniors tee it up Wednesday mornings while Ladies Day is reserved for Thursdays.Each of these league play options are open to members and public alike.Once your round is complete, Annie Bailey and staff at Osprey Grill can whip up a meal fit for royalty.Balfour Golf Course has combined with Osprey Grill to offer two fantastic Golf and Dinner options — offered all-week long.  Their Matinee Golf & Dinner starts at 2 p.m. and includes 18 holes of golf with dinner for $49 per person.  They also have a Nine & Dine option, beginning at 4 p.m. and includes 9 holes of golf with dinner for $37 per person.Any way you look at it, making a trip up the lake to Balfour is an experience that golfers will cherish and talk about for a lifetime.(This is an advertising feature promoting the Balfour Golf Course, located above the Kootenay Lake Ferry Landing in Balfour, BC.)last_img read more

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