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via total-montenegro-news10/25/2020

Counter- COVID-19 Measures in Force of Monday, October 26 - Total Montenegro News

Based on all registered cases of the disease from Saturday, October 10, ending on Friday, October 23, 2020, the Institute of Public Health calculated the values ​​of 14-day municipal cumulative incidence rates and defined the measures, whose implementation will begin automatically from Monday, October 26, at 00:00.

via emerging-europe10/23/2020

In North Macedonia, the Covid-19 recession deepens - Emerging Europe

The Covid-19 pandemic is hitting North Macedonia hard, with lockdowns, disrupted supply chains, and a prolonged, adverse epidemiological situation darkening an already dim economic outlook in the country. As a result, the country is coping with its deepest recession in two decades affecting all sectors of the economy and economic activity is forecast to decline […]

via nato.int10/20/2020

News: NATO delivers ventilators to Albania – 20 October 2020, 20-Oct.-2020 - NATO HQ

The Albanian Ministry of Defence received 60 ventilators from the NATO stockpile in response to the COVID-19 pandemic on Saturday, 17 October. The donation was coordinated by NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC). Later this week the ventilators will be handed over to the Albanian Ministry of Health for distribution to hospitals.

via republicworld10/19/2020

Montenegro imposes tougher coronavirus restrictions - Republic World - Republic World

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via ctpost10/12/2020

List 3/4 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic - CT Post

GYMNASTICS Artistic World Cup in Melbourne, Australia, from Feb. 20-23: China team withdrew. All-Around World Cup in Milwaukee on March 7: Russia team withdrew. Artistic World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan, from March 14, Day 3 of 4, canceled. Artistic World Cup in Doha, Qatar on March 18-21 postponed to June 3-6, postponed. All-Around World Cup in Stuttgart, Germany on March 20-22 canceled. Aerobic World Cup in Cantanhede, Portugal on March 27-29 canceled. All-Around World Cup in Birmingham, England on March 28 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Pesaro, Italy on April 3-5 postponed to June 5-7, postponed. Acrobatic World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria on April 3-5 postponed. All-Around World Cup in Tokyo on April 4-5 canceled. Artistic Jesolo Cup in Italy on April 4-5 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria on April 10-12 postponed to June 29-21, postponed. Acrobatic World Cup in Puurs, Belgium on April 10-12 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on April 17-19 postponed. Aerobic World Cup in Tokyo on April 18-19 canceled. Trampoline World Cup in Brescia, Italy on April 24-25 postponed to June 19-20, postponed. Rhythmic World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan on April 24-26 postponed. Artistic women's European championships in Paris on April 30-May 3 postponed to Kyiv, Ukraine from Dec. 17-20 moved to Mersin, Turkey. Artistic Asian championships in Tokyo on May 2-5 canceled. Trampoline European championships in Gothenburg, Sweden on May 7-10 moved to Sochi, Russia from April 29-May 1, 2021. Pan American championships in Utah Valley, United States on May 7-10 postponed. Rhythmic Asian championships in Tokyo on May 8-10 canceled. Rhythmic World Challenge Cup in Portimão,...

via ctpost10/10/2020

Spain, Germany hold on for Nations League wins - CT Post

BERLIN (AP) - Spain and Germany held on to claim uninspiring wins in the Nations League on Saturday, when Luxembourg and Montenegro also won their games. A blunder from Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer was enough for Spain to win 1-0 in an empty stadium in Madrid, while Germany defeated Ukraine 2-1 in front of more than 17,000 fans in Kyiv for its first win in the competition at the seventh attempt. Joachim Löw's team had drawn three and lost three since the first tournament began in 2018. DE GEA RESCUES SPAIN Switzerland had only one scoring opportunity in a lackluster game, when goalkeeper David de Gea made a great one-handed save to parry Loris Benito's powerful strike early on. Counterpart Sommer then got flustered by Spain's pressure and passed the ball past his teammate and directly to Mikel Merino, who set up Real Sociedad clubmate Mikel Oyarzabal to score the only goal in the 14th minute. Spain leads Group 4 with 7 points, ahead of Germany on 5, Ukraine on 3, and Switzerland with 1. Adama Traoré went on for teenage sensation Ansu Fati in the second half and provided some good flashes on his competitive debut, but otherwise Spain coach Luis Enrique will have been left wondering about his choices as he tries to establish a new generation capable of challenging for titles. Spain next visits Ukraine on Tuesday. GERMANY FINALLY WINS Defender Matthias Ginter and midfielder Leon Goretzka scored to give Löw's team its first win in the group, its first of the year, and after three games including the friendly against Turkey in which it squandered leads to draw. A late penalty from Ruslan Malinovskyi ensured another nervy ending, but a Ukraine side depleted by coronavirus cases and injuries was unable to draw level. Andriy Shevchenko's side was...

via cdm.me10/09/2020

Daily COVID-19 cases in Montenegro continue to soar: 344 new infections confirmed today - CDM news

Three COVID-19 patients in Montenegro dies due to complications of the disease over the past 24 hours. Patients were from Herceg Novi, Ulcinj and Bijelo Polje and were born in 1953, 1976 and 1959. Another 344 new infections were confirmed while 172 patients recovered. There are currently 3828 active COVID-19 cases, which is 608 per […]

via schengenvisainfo10/23/2020

EU Adds Singapore to Its List of Epidemiologically Safe Countries, Removes Canada, Georgia, & Tunisia - SchengenVisaInfo.com

The European Union Council has finally published an update to its list of epidemiologically safe third-countries, the residents of which are permitted to enter the European Union, even for non-essential purposes as leisure and tourism. After the last update took place on August 7, the Council has updated the new review of the list, according […]

via news.yahoo10/21/2020

Slovenia, Croatia reach daily records in COVID-19 cases - Yahoo News

Slovenia reported on Wednesday a record 1,503 daily cases of COVID-19, and Croatia posted a record high of 1,424 new infections. This week Slovenia introduced a curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. and a 30-day state of emergency to cope with the coronavirus.. Slovenia has altogether had 15,982 cases of COVID


via middletownpress10/19/2020

List 3/4 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic - Middletown Press

GYMNASTICS Artistic World Cup in Melbourne, Australia, from Feb. 20-23: China team withdrew. All-Around World Cup in Milwaukee on March 7: Russia team withdrew. Artistic World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan, from March 14, Day 3 of 4, canceled. Artistic World Cup in Doha, Qatar on March 18-21 postponed to June 3-6, postponed. All-Around World Cup in Stuttgart, Germany on March 20-22 canceled. Aerobic World Cup in Cantanhede, Portugal on March 27-29 canceled. All-Around World Cup in Birmingham, England on March 28 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Pesaro, Italy on April 3-5 postponed to June 5-7, postponed. Acrobatic World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria on April 3-5 postponed. All-Around World Cup in Tokyo on April 4-5 canceled. Artistic Jesolo Cup in Italy on April 4-5 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria on April 10-12 postponed to June 29-21, postponed. Acrobatic World Cup in Puurs, Belgium on April 10-12 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on April 17-19 postponed. Aerobic World Cup in Tokyo on April 18-19 canceled. Trampoline World Cup in Brescia, Italy on April 24-25 postponed to June 19-20, postponed. Rhythmic World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan on April 24-26 postponed. Artistic women's European championships in Paris on April 30-May 3 postponed to Kyiv, Ukraine from Dec. 17-20 moved to Mersin, Turkey: Germany, Britain withdraw. Artistic Asian championships in Tokyo on May 2-5 canceled. Trampoline European championships in Gothenburg, Sweden on May 7-10 moved to Sochi, Russia from April 29-May 1, 2021. Pan American championships in Utah Valley, United States on May 7-10 postponed. Rhythmic Asian championships in Tokyo on May 8-10 canceled. Rhythmic World...

via timesofmalta10/18/2020

Watch: Jake Muscat set for second spell at Montenegro's PVK Jadran - Times of Malta

Neptunes starlet Jake Muscat is set to continue his playing career in Montenegro as the 17-year-old has been offered a one-year contract by PVK Jadran. For Muscat, this will be his second spell with the Montenegro giants after he also spent the majority of the 2019-20 campaign with the club based...

via sarajevotimes10/12/2020

Citizens of BiH can enter North Macedonia without PCR Test for Coronavirus - Sarajevo Times

From today, citizens of Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina can enter Northern Macedonia without a PCR test for coronavirus. Such a decision was made by the government in Skopje on October 6th, stating that according to the principle of reciprocity, Macedonian citizens enter the four countries without a […]

via ourmidland10/10/2020

Spain, Germany hold on for Nations League wins - Midland Daily News

BERLIN (AP) - Spain and Germany held on to claim uninspiring wins in the Nations League on Saturday, when Luxembourg and Montenegro also won their games. A blunder from Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer was enough for Spain to win 1-0 in an empty stadium in Madrid, while Germany defeated Ukraine 2-1 in front of more than 17,000 fans in Kyiv for its first win in the competition at the seventh attempt. Joachim Löw's team had drawn three and lost three since the first tournament began in 2018. DE GEA RESCUES SPAIN Switzerland had only one scoring opportunity in a lackluster game, when goalkeeper David de Gea made a great one-handed save to parry Loris Benito's powerful strike early on. Counterpart Sommer then got flustered by Spain's pressure and passed the ball past his teammate and directly to Mikel Merino, who set up Real Sociedad clubmate Mikel Oyarzabal to score the only goal in the 14th minute. Spain leads Group 4 with 7 points, ahead of Germany on 5, Ukraine on 3, and Switzerland with 1. Adama Traoré went on for teenage sensation Ansu Fati in the second half and provided some good flashes on his competitive debut, but otherwise Spain coach Luis Enrique will have been left wondering about his choices as he tries to establish a new generation capable of challenging for titles. Spain next visits Ukraine on Tuesday. GERMANY FINALLY WINS Defender Matthias Ginter and midfielder Leon Goretzka scored to give Löw's team its first win in the group, its first of the year, and after three games including the friendly against Turkey in which it squandered leads to draw. A late penalty from Ruslan Malinovskyi ensured another nervy ending, but a Ukraine side depleted by coronavirus cases and injuries was unable to draw level. Andriy Shevchenko's side was...

via schengenvisainfo10/07/2020

Cyprus Removes Lithuania From Its COVID-19 Safe Countries List - SchengenVisaInfo.com

Citizens of Lithuania seeking to enter Cyprus must present a negative result of the Coronavirus test, as Cyprus’ Ministry of Health has removed Lithuania from its safe-countries list, due to the COVID-19 situation on the latter. In addition, the country’s Ministry of Health has announced that Belgium, Slovakia and Georgia will be removed from category […]


via kuathletics10/20/2020

Holland and Peters Earn Weekly Honors – Kansas Jayhawks - Kansas Jayhawks

Kansas senior Ceri Holland scored the lone goal in No. 10 KU’s 1-0 win against No. 8 Oklahoma State on Oct. 16 and on Tuesday was named to the Topdrawersoccer.com (TDS) national team of the week for her efforts. Also, on Tuesday, the West Yorkshire, England, midfielder was named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week while KU junior Sarah Peters was the Big 12 Goalkeeper of the Week.

via ivtinternational10/20/2020

EIMA will use Covid-clear 'green corridors' for international visitors - Industrial Vehicle Technology International

FederUnacoma, organisers of the EIMA International agricultural fair, have announced details of how they will enable international visitors to attend its main exhibition event, taking place 3-7 February 2020 in Bologna, even amidst Covid-19 restrictions. The announcement follows confirmation of the normal performance of trade exhibitions contained in the Italian Prime Ministerial Decree issued yesterdayRead More

via eastidahonews10/18/2020

Find out which countries are welcoming US tourists back - East Idaho News

Editor’s note: CNN Travel updates this article periodically. It was last updated in its entirety on October 16. The US State Department advises that travelers consult country-specific travel advisories via their website or consult the CDC’s latest guidance. Before you make any international travel plans, check these sites first. (CNN) — Once one of the […]

via europeanwesternbalkans10/13/2020

EU sends further protective equipment to North Macedonia and Montenegro - European Western Balkans

BRUSSELS – The EU is sending further protective FFP2 masks and gowns to Montenegro and North Macedonia from rescEU – the common European reserve of medical equipment created to help countries affected by the coronavirus outbreak, European Commission stated. “The rescEU reserve and the EU Civil Protection Mechanism continue to prove their value in delivering […]

via newstimes10/10/2020

Spain, Germany hold on for Nations League wins - Danbury News Times

BERLIN (AP) - Spain and Germany held on to claim uninspiring wins in the Nations League on Saturday, when Luxembourg and Montenegro also won their games. A blunder from Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer was enough for Spain to win 1-0 in an empty stadium in Madrid, while Germany defeated Ukraine 2-1 in front of more than 17,000 fans in Kyiv for its first win in the competition at the seventh attempt. Joachim Löw's team had drawn three and lost three since the first tournament began in 2018. DE GEA RESCUES SPAIN Switzerland had only one scoring opportunity in a lackluster game, when goalkeeper David de Gea made a great one-handed save to parry Loris Benito's powerful strike early on. Counterpart Sommer then got flustered by Spain's pressure and passed the ball past his teammate and directly to Mikel Merino, who set up Real Sociedad clubmate Mikel Oyarzabal to score the only goal in the 14th minute. Spain leads Group 4 with 7 points, ahead of Germany on 5, Ukraine on 3, and Switzerland with 1. Adama Traoré went on for teenage sensation Ansu Fati in the second half and provided some good flashes on his competitive debut, but otherwise Spain coach Luis Enrique will have been left wondering about his choices as he tries to establish a new generation capable of challenging for titles. Spain next visits Ukraine on Tuesday. GERMANY FINALLY WINS Defender Matthias Ginter and midfielder Leon Goretzka scored to give Löw's team its first win in the group, its first of the year, and after three games including the friendly against Turkey in which it squandered leads to draw. A late penalty from Ruslan Malinovskyi ensured another nervy ending, but a Ukraine side depleted by coronavirus cases and injuries was unable to draw level. Andriy Shevchenko's side was...

via sfchronicle10/10/2020

Spain, Germany hold on for Nations League wins - San Francisco Chronicle

BERLIN (AP) — Spain and Germany held on to claim uninspiring wins in the Nations League on Saturday, when Luxembourg and Montenegro also won their games. A blunder from Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer was enough for Spain to win 1-0 in an empty stadium in Madrid, while Germany defeated Ukraine 2-1 in front of more than 17,000 fans in Kyiv for its first win in the competition at the seventh attempt. Joachim Löw’s team had drawn three and lost three since the first tournament began in 2018. DE GEA RESCUES SPAIN Switzerland had only one scoring opportunity in a lackluster game, when goalkeeper David de Gea made a great one-handed save to parry Loris Benito’s powerful strike early on. Counterpart Sommer then got flustered by Spain’s pressure and passed the ball past his teammate and directly to Mikel Merino, who set up Real Sociedad clubmate Mikel Oyarzabal to score the only goal in the 14th minute. Spain leads Group 4 with 7 points, ahead of Germany on 5, Ukraine on 3, and Switzerland with 1. Adama Traoré went on for teenage sensation Ansu Fati in the second half and provided some good flashes on his competitive debut, but otherwise Spain coach Luis Enrique will have been left wondering about his choices as he tries to establish a new generation capable of challenging for titles. Spain next visits Ukraine on Tuesday. GERMANY FINALLY WINS Defender Matthias Ginter and midfielder Leon Goretzka scored to give Löw’s team its first win in the group, its first of the year, and after three games including the friendly against Turkey in which it squandered leads to draw. A late penalty from Ruslan Malinovskyi ensured another nervy ending, but a Ukraine side depleted by coronavirus cases and injuries was unable to draw level. Andriy Shevchenko’s side was...