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first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Image by Justin Gould / WNY News Now.ALBNAY – New York State is loosening some restrictions on gyms and salons located in orange COVID-19 containment zones.On Friday, Governor Andrew Cuomo held his second briefing via Zoom, where he stated that gyms and salons in Orange Zones can operate at a limited capacity of 25%, and testing must continue to be done.Cuomo says that 74% of the current COVID-19 cases in New York State have been spread from households or small gatherings.Previously they were not allowed to operate at all. Below is a list of statewide contact tracing data, showing where new cases are coming from:Private Households are driving spread – 74%Households/Social Gatherings – 73.84%Healthcare Delivery – 7.81%Higher Education Student – 2.02%Education Employee – 1.50%Restaurants & Bars – 1.43%Travel/Vacation – 1.06%Sports – 1.04%Public Sector (Police/Fire/EMS/Military) – 1%Transit Public/Private – 0.96%Manufacturing – 0.84%Religious Activities – 0.69%Construction – 0.66%Retail – 0.61%Professional Services – 0.55%Elementary School Student – 0.49%High School Student – 0.46%Prisons/Correctional – 0.43%Middle School Student – 0.19%Auto Dealers & Car Rentals – 0.16%Hair & Personal Care – 0.14%Wholesale Trade – 0.14%Building & Dwelling Services – 0.13%Real Estate – 0.10%Arts & Entertainment 0.08%Gyms – 0.06%Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry – 0.06%Childcare – 0.05%Power/Utilities – 0.05%Accommodations – 0.02%Media Production – 0.02%Cuomo says he plans to continue to crack down on COVID-19 spikes in specific areas and does not plan a statewide shutdown; unless state hospitalizations go above 90%.last_img read more


first_imgThe Los Angeles Police Department arrested 21-year-old Javier David Cardosa on Tuesday in connection with a series of sexual batteries in the University Park area.Dept. of Public Safety Deputy Chief David Carlisle said Cardosa, a South Los Angeles resident, has no affiliation with the university.Over the past two months DPS and LAPD collaborated to investigate several incidents in which a male suspect repeatedly slapped and groped the buttocks of females in the area.“[Cardosa] made some admissions and we are confident he’s responsible for these sexual batteries — at least 12 of them,” Carlisle said.The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office has filed multiple charges of sexual battery against Cardosa.last_img read more


first_imgThe Mission Director for United States Agency for International development (USAID) to Liberia, John Mark Winfield, has assured the business community that the entity will continue to provide financial and technical assistances to local businesses in the country.Mr. Winfield made the assertion over the weekend when he signed an Agreement with two banking institutions, including Ecobank Liberia Limited and the International Bank to expand support to Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) across the country.According to him, USAID through its Liberia-IBEX program focuses on enterprise development, and provides key business development and financial management services that entrepreneurs—specifically female entrepreneurs- could use to their benefit.“Women are contributors to the economic viability of any nation,” Mr. Winfield declared.He added that, IBEX could help prepare business financial records and loan packages, and then refer any entrepreneur to the banks as well as building the bank staffs’ capacity to deal effectively with SMEs.Mr. Winfield also pointed out that Liberian entrepreneurs’ reliance should now be on their profits for expansion and sustainability of their businesses.IBEX-Liberia has, in recent time, provided lots of services to Liberian businesses; including technical support and capacity building for SMEs, banks, and small entrepreneurs accessing finance.The USAID Mission Director also used the occasion to re-assure the people of Liberia of the U.S.’s continued support to building the capacity of entrepreneurs.For his part, Ecobank Managing Director, Kola Adeleke, promised to work with international partners to ensure that the Liberian economic is well developed.According to him, no country can prosper without the help of donors, adding, “We need to provide loans to local businesses in the country.”The Ecobank executive reiterated his bank’s commitment to provide loans to SME’s. Henry Saamoi, International Bank’s Managing Director said the only way Liberia can grow is when Liberians themselves are involved in the economic development of the country.Mr. Saamoi told the delegates that International Bank would ensure that the country’s economic system improves.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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