New Mexico becomes first state to elect all women of color to its House delegation

first_imgWASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 27: Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM) joins fellow House Democrats for a news conference to mark 200 days since they passed H.R. 1, the For the People Act, at the U.S. Capitol September 27, 2019 in Washington, DC. Following the release of a whistle-blower complaint about abuse of power, the House Democratic leadership announced this week that it is launching a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland won reelection Tuesday.New Mexico will become the first state in the country in January to be entirely represented in the House of Representatives by women of color.The state is sending Rep. Deb Haaland back to the House after she became one of the first Native American women elected to Congress in 2018.- Advertisement – Haaland will be joined by Democrat Teresa Leger Fernandez, who triumphed in the state’s 3rd Congressional District. Fernandez won an open seat left behind by Democratic Rep. Ben Ray Luján, who is the projected winner of the state’s open U.S. Senate seat, according to the AP.Republican Yvette Herrell, a member of the Cherokee Nation, unseated Democratic Rep. Xochitl Torres Small in the 2nd Congressional District. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Dale Moss Gushes Over Clare Crawley After ‘Bachelorette’ Proposal

first_img– Advertisement – Love is in the air! Clare Crawley and her fiancé, Dale Moss, could not be happier after watching their engagement play out on The Bachelorette.Moss, 32, gushed about the reality star, 39, on social media shortly after the couple got engaged during the Thursday, November 5, episode of the ABC dating series.- Advertisement – “Never a point I won’t show up for you @clarecrawley,” the former NFL player wrote via Instagram, posting photos of the proposal. She also shared photos of the couple, writing, “It’s official!! Love wins!!!! 💍❤️!!! I love you @dalemoss13!”Clare Crawley and Dale Moss Gush Over Each Other After EngagementClare Crawley and Dale Moss ABC; ShutterstockThe couple’s whirlwind romance finished with Crawley professing her love for Moss after two weeks of filming season 16 of the show. The South Dakota native reciprocated the Sacramento, California, native’s feelings after earning the final rose on Thursday’s episode.“When you got here, it was like electricity for me because I knew that I had just met my husband. You embodied everything that I want in a man,” Crawley told Moss. “I’m just so in love with the man that you are.”- Advertisement – Before Crawley’s finale episode aired, she was spotted with a large diamond ring on her left hand while shopping in her hometown on Thursday afternoon.The photos surfaced one week after an episode of The Bachelorette aired in which Crawley called Moss her “fiancé” while talking to a crew member.Us Weekly previously reported that the Bachelor in Paradise alum fell hard for Moss during the first few weeks of filming and decided to leave the show early. As a result, Tayshia Adams stepped in to search for her happily ever after.The Bachelorette airs on ABC Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestants He echoed her sentiments, saying, “I know without the shadow of a doubt that you would go to the end of the world for me and I’ve never had that. I’m so grateful for that.”Moss told the Bachelor Winter Games alum he loved her, and she whispered, “I love you too … The best is yet to come”  before he got down on one knee and asked her to marry him.Clare Crawley and Dale Moss Gush Over Each Other After EngagementClare Crawley and Dale Moss ABC/Craig Sjodin“Put that ring on my finger, I’ve waited a lot of years for this,” she said. She then called herself “Clare Moss,” showing off her new sparkler.- Advertisement –last_img read more

12 WFH Secret Santa gifts for 2020 » Gadget Flow

first_imgRaspberry Pi 400 Personal Microcomputer Kensington Coolview Wellness Monitor Stand with Desk Fan No matter which items you choose, the WFH Secret Santa gifts on this list are sure to put a smile on the face of anyone who works from home. So have a look at this list for awesome remote work gift ideas and get ready to impress that hard-working professional on your secret Santa draw.Twelve South StayGo USB-C Organized Desktop HubThe first product on our list of WFH gadgets for your secret Santa 2020 is the Twelve South StayGo USB-C Organized Desktop Hub. This gadget has a cable that’s long enough to keep itself hidden behind a desk or your monitor, so users don’t have to see the mess of cords it holds. It also has a variety of ports.Satechi Type-C 75W Multiport Travel ChargerThe Satechi Type-C 75W Multiport Travel Charger makes it easy to charge multiple devices at once. It comes with a USB-C port, a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Port, and two USB 3.0 plugs. Also, the fast charge feature provides a 50% charge in half an hour.Satechi Type-C 75W Multiport Travel Charger– Advertisement – Oakywood 2-in-1 Headphone Stand and Charger Kensington Coolview Wellness Monitor Stand with Desk Fan Microsoft Number Pad Keyboard AccessoryThe Microsoft Number Pad Keyboard Accessory is great from the WFH friend who works with numbers. This number pad will help her type faster and more naturally. It can even be customized with frequently used symbols and macros.Microsoft Number Pad Keyboard AccessoryMicrosoft Number Pad keyboard accessory on a workspaceWe hope you found the WFH gadgets on this list helpful for your holiday shopping endeavors. Let us know what you thought of the items on this roundup, or if you know of any other great WFH gadgets, in the comments.Want more tech news, reviews, and guides from Gadget Flow? Follow us on Google News, Feedly, and Flipboard. If you’re using Flipboard, you should definitely check out our Curated Stories. We publish three new stories every day, so make sure to follow us to stay updated!  SyncPen 2nd Generation Smart Pen Writing System Oakywood 2-in-1 Headphone Stand and Charger Native Union Belt Cable Pro Laptop Charger UNIQ Vertex Duo Foldable Dual Fast Wireless Charger Oakywood 2-in-1 Headphone Stand and ChargerOakywood 2-in-1 Headphone Stand and Charger on a desk Razer Pro Click Ergonomic Wireless MouseThe Razer Pro Click Ergonomic Wireless Mouse is another great item on our list of WFH Secret Santa gifts. This mouse improves productivity with a 16,000 DPI sensor that maximizes its responsiveness. Best of all, the ergonomic design prevents wrist pain.Razer Pro Click Ergonomic Wireless MouseRazer Pro Click ergonomic wireless mouse on a deskSyncPen 2nd Generation Smart Pen Writing SystemThe SyncPen 2nd Generation Smart Pen Writing System lets users put pen to paper, then modifies hand-written notes into electronic drafts. Your coworker can then easily organize and find their notes without using paper. The Gadget Flow Daily Digest highlights and explores the latest intech trends to keep you informed. Want it straight to your inbox?Subscribe ➜ UNIQ Vertex Duo Foldable Dual Fast Wireless ChargerUNIQ Vertex Duo foldable dual fast wireless charger on a side table SyncPen 2nd Generation Smart Pen Writing System Oakywood 2-in-1 Headphone Stand and ChargerThe Oakywood 2-in-1 Headphone Stand and Charger keeps headphones lifted and any Qi-enabled device wirelessly charged. Featuring solid wood and stainless steel, this product is an impressive yet functional addition to anyone’s home workspace. Satechi Type-C 75W multiport travel charger with a laptopRaspberry Pi 400 Personal MicrocomputerThe Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Microcomputer is another of our favorite WFH gadgets. This device fits a whole PC in a keyboard and offers four gigabytes of RAM. It also has a MicroSD card slot for running the operating system and storage. This affordable gadget offers the functional minimalism modern professionals need. Looking for the perfect gift for your colleague or friend who works from home this holiday season? Check out the list below. Today’s Daily Digest is all about products that make working from a home office easier and more enjoyable. Check it out to find just the right gift for that person in your life who always works super hard.If you have coworkers or friends who work from home, you’re in luck this holiday season. 2020 sees us with more gadgets than ever that make working from a home office easier and more comfortable. You could get your friend an ergonomic mouse that keeps her wrist comfortable for hours of computer work. Or, you could get your coworker a headset stand that keeps his desk organized and smartphone wirelessly charged.Related: 10 Cool product designs for your home office- Advertisement – The Microsoft Designer Compact Wireless Keyboard helps anyone work more efficiently. It has a screen snipping key that lets users quickly capture and share what’s on their screens. Best of all, its compact design reduces its use of desktop space, keeping desks as clear as possible.Microsoft Designer Compact Wireless KeyboardMicrosoft Designer Compact Wireless Keyboard with work accessoriesSatechi Quatro Wireless Power BankThe Satechi Quatro Wireless Power Bank keeps all of their devices charged. That’s because this power bank has a 10,000 mAh battery capacity that can charge an iPhone 11 twice with just one charge. It has a USB-C PD to power an iPad Pro and its additional USB-A port lets it charge two devices simultaneously.UNIQ Vertex Duo Foldable Dual Fast Wireless ChargerThe UNIQ Vertex Duo Foldable Dual Fast Wireless Charger lets anyone do more. It’s only 15 millimeters thick and delivers up to 15W of fast wireless charging. It also keeps phones propped while so users and work from their phones hands free. Native Union Belt Cable Pro Laptop ChargerThe Native Union Belt Cable Pro Laptop Charger is compatible with most USB-C devices, making it highly versatile. It also supports up to 100W for fast charging. So users won’t have to wait long to power up their laptops. Finally, with its eight-foot range it provides a longer reach to wall outlets. Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Microcomputer UNIQ Vertex Duo Foldable Dual Fast Wireless Charger Microsoft Designer Compact Wireless Keyboard- Advertisement – Kensington Coolview Wellness Monitor Stand with Desk FanThe final item on our WFH Secret Santa gifts list is the Kensington Coolview Wellness Monitor Stand with Desk Fan. It features an ergonomic design that promotes back health since it raises displays to the ideal height. It also has a fan that circulates air beneath the computer. Kensington Coolview Wellness Monitor Stand with Desk FanKensington Coolview Wellness Monitor Stand with Desk Fan and an iMac Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she’s not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters. Native Union Belt Cable Pro Laptop Charger SyncPen 2nd Generation Smart Pen Writing SystemSyncPen 2nd Generation Smart Pen writing system in use Raspberry Pi 400 Personal MicrocomputerRaspberry Pi 400 personal microcomputer on a desk – Advertisement – Native Union Belt Cable Pro Laptop ChargerNative Union Belt Cable Pro laptop charger with deviceslast_img read more

WHO update highlights bird flu puzzles

first_imgJan 26, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The latest World Health Organization (WHO) fact sheet on avian influenza shows that the complex mysteries of the H5N1 virus, while compelling, make it difficult to anticipate what the virus will do next.On one hand, the virus has spread aggressively along migratory bird routes in the last several months, sparking poultry outbreaks and culls in places such as Russia, Romania, and Turkey. Its spread in Turkey led to a fast-developing human outbreak, which is now up to 21 cases with four deaths, but appears to be ebbing, WHO officials have said.On the other hand, WHO says in its Jan 20 publication, “the virus does not easily cross from birds to infect humans.” Tens of millions of poultry have been infected in the past 2 years, yet “fewer than 200 human cases have been laboratory confirmed.”The lengthy overview discusses current knowledge of H5N1 disease in birds, the role of migratory birds in spreading the virus, and the disease in humans. It identifies a number of areas of concern and gaps in knowledge, including:Containing poultry outbreaks – WHO suggests culling as the first line of defense, but adds that vaccinating poultry is a “supplementary emergency measure, providing quality-assured vaccines are used and World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) recommendations are strictly followed.”The role of poverty – WHO describes how poverty can hamper efforts to control H5N1, especially when the virus infects backyard flocks. “In situations where a prime source of food and income cannot be wasted, households frequently consume poultry when deaths or signs of illness appear in flocks,” the report says. Such deaths in flocks are common for other reasons, so H5N1 infections may not be suspected. “The frequent absence of compensation to farmers for destroyed birds further works against the spontaneous reporting of outbreaks and may encourage owners to hide their birds during culling operations.”Migratory birds – Evidence is growing that wild birds are carrying the lethal form of H5N1 long distances and spreading it to poultry flocks along their flight paths. Among the details supporting the theory: viruses from Turkey’s first two human infections were nearly identical to viruses found in birds around Qinghai Lake in China, site of a massive migratory bird die-off that began in late April of 2005.Who is at risk for infection – Most human cases have occurred in households that kept small poultry flocks. For unknown reasons, very few cases have been found in presumed high-risk groups, such as workers in live-poultry markets, poultry cullers, veterinarians, and health workers caring for patients without wearing adequate protective equipment.Differences between human H5N1 cases and ordinary influenza – The incubation period in H5N1 infections may be longer, and watery diarrhea without blood appears more often in H5N1 cases in people. Many patients also have lower respiratory tract symptoms by the time they first seek treatment. In addition, clinical deterioration is rapid in H5N1 cases.Treatment with antiviral drugs – WHO is working on an “urgent review” of recommendations on the use of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and other antivirals in H5N1 cases. Clinicians should consider increasing the dosage and duration of oseltamivir treatment beyond the standard 150 mg per day for 5 days in severe cases, the report says.This flu virus, WHO says, is of the most pressing interest to human health for two reasons: it has caused the most human cases of severe disease of any avian virus, and it could evolve to allow easy spread among people.”H5N1 avian influenza in humans is still a rare disease, but a severe one that must be closely watched and studied, particularly because of the potential this virus [has] to evolve in ways that could start a pandemic,” the report concludes.See alsoWHO fact sheet on avian flu read more

Opatija does not want new apartments, but investments in hotels

first_imgAccording to the Novi List, the whole story is stuck on urban plans that stipulate that the project should plan 75 percent of hotel rooms in the area, which investors did not fit into the vision. The implementation of this Decision in relation to the previous amount of tax is estimated to lead to an increase in income from taxes and surtaxes on income of HRK 151.537, point out the city of Opatija. In recent days, there has been news in the media that the City of Opatija has rejected an investment worth 50 million euros by the Maltese company AX Holding, which intended to build a complex for renting accommodation units for the elderly in Ičići, ie a five-star aparthotel and 200 apartments. . “Much has been written lately about the City of Opatija refusing a “valuable” investment of 50 million Euros for an aparthotel in Ičići, on the plateau of the former hospital. One would say at first, so what is it to these people to refuse a commendable investment. In that area, the urban plan voted in the City Council envisages the construction of a hotel. We do not want additional apartments in a valuable area. Investors from Malta have planned about 200 apartments there. This, of course, opens the possibility of selling them because Croatian regulations do not sufficiently regulate this issue. In the end, Ičići would get residential dormitories instead of hotels. We didn’t want to allow that.”Pointed out the first man of Opatija, Ivo Dujmić, and added that in the meantime, the Ičići Local Board requested that the conditions for that location be further tightened. The mayor of Opatija, Ivo Dujmić, points out that they do not want new apartments, but investments that will increase hotel accommodation units. So the whole story got its final epilogue. We should certainly praise the Decision of the City of Opatija, regardless of whether we agreed with it or not, because the strategic development of the destination is crucial, and which is so lacking in our tourism. We need to know what we want and where we see each other in x years. What is our tourist vision and thus the vision of the city’s development. Development by inertia and without strategy has just led us to a situation where the entire city infrastructure is cracking from year to year due to the growth of tourism. According to the guidelines of the GUP, we define the future development of tourist destinations, and according to the GUP, it is clearly defined that Ičići do not want the construction of new apartments, but the day-to-day development of hotel accommodation capacities. Namely, according to the Urban Plan, the construction of exclusively tourist purposes is planned in that area – ie hotels with a minimum of 75 percent of accommodation in rooms and a maximum of 25 percent of apartments, while potential investors proposed an investment of about 200 units of apartment accommodation. Photo: TZ Opatija / Marin Ćuk Vurnek The City of Opatija has made a Decision on the amount of flat tax per bed, accommodation unit in the camp and accommodation unit in the facility for Robinson accommodation. The proposal of the Decision was made after consultations of all local self-government units in Liburnia, where it was agreed that the amount of flat tax per bed will correspond to the amount of sojourn tax for 2019, ie it will amount to a maximum of 345 kuna per bed or accommodation unit. Related news: The highest amount of tax will apply as before to those settlements in the City of Opatija that are classified in A class of tourist places. However, unlike the previous situation, the settlements of Poljana and Oprić, which have so far been in the lowest class of tourist places (D), would be equated with the settlements of Veprinac, Pobri and Dobreć (classified in class C), since there are no major differences between these settlements. would justify a different tax liability. At the same time, the lowest lump sum tax per bed or accommodation unit would in future be applied to the settlement of Vela Učka, which is classified in the C class of tourist places, and this proposal seeks to encourage the development of tourism in the least developed part of Opatija. In the area of ​​Opatija, Ičići, Ika, Veprinac, Dobreć and Pobri there are 947 tenants with 3.788 beds In the end, we should certainly praise and mention that last year an agreement was reached on the joint branding of the Opatija Riviera, so Matulji, Ičići, Mošćenička Draga, Lovran and Opatija are under one brand – the Opatija Riviera. Cover photo: Flat rate for renters 345 kuna per bed last_img read more

ITB Berlin canceled

first_img“ITB Berlin and Messe Berlin have never had a similar situation in their now 54-year history. We would like to thank all the exhibitors and partners around the world who have supported ITB Berlin in recent days and weeks, and we look forward to continuing our cooperation with our market partners. said the chairman of the supervisory board of Messe Berlin, Wolf-Dieter Wolf ITB Berlin, the world’s leading travel and tourism fair, will not be held as announced from March 4 to 8. On this occasion, a press release was published on the official website of the Fair, in which the following decision was clarified: Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Messe Berlin Wolf-Dieter Wolf explains: Messe Berlin has been emphasizing for weeks that the decision to hold or cancel major events can only be made on the basis of a recommendation or instruction from the competent authorities. Only these bodies have all the necessary information and expertise to draw the right conclusions. “With more than 10 exhibitors from more than 000 countries, ITB Berlin is of paramount importance to the global tourism industry. We take responsibility for the health and safety of our guests, exhibitors and employees very seriously. We are looking with heavy hearts at the cancellation of ITB Berlin 180, which has now become necessary. ”, said Dr. Christian Göke, CEO of Messe Berlin GmbH. ITB Berlin 2020 will not take place. Due to the growing spread of the new coronavirus COVID-19, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Economy have decided to cancel ITB Berlin. The competent health authority of the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf in Berlin has increased the requirements. Among other things, the authorities require that each participant in the fair must prove to Messe Berlin that he does not come from defined risk areas or that he has not had contact with a person from risk areas. Messe Berlin is not able to implement all these requirements. Source and photo: ITB Berlinlast_img read more

Metro offers caterers free digital tools

first_imgFind out more about Metro’s free digital tools on the METRO website.  In order to additionally support the catering sector, Metro will provide marketing support to caterers who continue to work through delivery through the “Fina Papica” project.  The new delivery tool comes as part of the free website that Metro offers to caterers, and in addition to the delivery tool and free website, Metro has also made a free menu design service available to its professional customers. Two years ago, Metro made a more than smart strategic decision not to base its sales philosophy on prices, but on smartly adding value to its partners. And in this extraordinary time where catering and tourism are directly affected and closed, this is further highlighted. Currently, everyone’s goal is to reduce all costs to a minimum, and Metro offers its partners various free digital services. METRO PRESENTS FREE TOOL FOR WEBSITES AND ONLINE RESERVATIONS FOR CATERERS As part of the “Fina Papica” project, Metro provides its professional customers with additional opportunities to promote and strengthen their business even in this challenging time. There will be restaurants on the Fina Papica platform that currently provide delivery service.  So Metro invites caterers to go free digital platforms DISH (Digital Innovations and Solutions for Hospitality) are activating their own delivery service, in order to contribute to the stability of their business in the current circumstances of the pandemic. RELATED NEWS: METRO SALES PHILOSOPHY IS NOT BASED ON PRICES, BUT ON SMART VALUE TO ADDED VALUE As a reliable partner of professional customers, Metro always wants to be a support to caterers, especially in this challenging time when the businesses of many are affected by preventive measures against the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, he stressed. Tomislav Kostanjevac, Head of HoReCa digital platforms Metro Hrvatska and added: “That is why we have provided our customers with a number of free digital tools that we want to support in their business, such as activating our own delivery and creating menus. In addition, every week we will publish educational videos on our official online channels that can help them adjust their business to current conditions, and on our website we have included a simple overview of measures of the Government of the Republic of Croatia to help entrepreneurs affected by the coronavirus pandemic.”.last_img read more

A scenario of a phased approach to the recovery of the tourism market after the COVID-19 pandemic

first_imgThe second phase of the recovery of the tourist market is most directly related to the creation of basic preconditions for the smooth provision of tourist services in the broadest sense of the word, ie the reopening of borders of all European countries and the establishment of regular air, land and sea connections between European countries. . Finally, the authors conclude that the full recovery of tourism, both globally and in Croatia, will occur when there is no longer a danger of COVID-19 disease and when the global tourism market re-establishes a balance and trust between tourism supply and demand, which is a necessary prerequisite. which tourism growth and development. The first phase of tourism recovery will overlap with the last phase of the epidemic and in that phase, which will most likely last from July to October 2020 (at least according to current knowledge) most tourism demand will be generated by local population and regional tourism demand. open the national borders of those countries that will keep the pandemic under control) The first work of the author doc. dr. sc. Damir Krešić, director of the Institute of Tourism and Assoc. prof. dr. sc. Josip Mikulić, Head of the Department of Tourism at the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb, calls “A scenario of a phased approach to the recovery of the tourism market after the COVID-19 pandemic”Brings a possible scenario of a phased exit from the crisis. According to current knowledge, we can expect this phase of repair of the tourist market (in the optimistic scenario) at the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021.  This is what the authors stated in the paper three phases of tourism recovery, until the pre-crisis level of tourism activity from 2019 is finally reached. The emergence of COVID-19 disease has affected and changed our daily lives, our societies and economies. The consequences of this crisis will be especially visible in the tourism sector, so scientists and researchers from the Institute of Tourism have decided to contribute by making more brief expert opinions on various aspects of the impact of the corona crisis on tourism. The economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will not pass as quickly and easily as it looked at the end of February this year, and tourism will be one of the segments of the global economy that will be most affected by this crisis, the authors point out. , as the pandemic has its own cycle, it can also be assumed that the recovery of the tourism economy will not happen all at once, but also gradually. The third phase of the recovery of Croatian tourism, as predicted by the authors, will occur in the period when the economies of countries that are our main emitting markets begin to recover and when GDP growth rates and consumer purchasing power in these countries (Germany, Italy, Austria () be at levels that can bear the cost of going on foreign tourist trips. Attachment: A scenario of a phased approach to the recovery of the tourism market after the COVID-19 pandemic This phase is expected during 2022, or possibly earlier (second half of 2021), depending on the global economic situation and the sentiment that prevailed in these countries towards travel abroad.  The whole paper on possible scenarios of phase exit from the crisis, author Damir Krešić, Ph.D. Josip Mikulić, download attached. Such demand, although it does not generate additional commercial overnight stays, nevertheless generates and raises the level of economic activity in the destination, and can also make an important contribution and impetus to the economic recovery of the destination.last_img read more

ULTRA Europe Festival postponed to 2021

first_imgAlthough practically all festivals and concerts have been canceled this year due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus, now, unfortunately, the Ultra Europe 2020 festival has also been canceled, ie extended to 2021. “We must inform you with a heavy heart that the eighth edition of the ULTRA Europe festival, which was to take place from 10 to 12 July 2020 at the Park Mladeži stadium in Split, has been postponed to 19 to 9 July due to a pandemic caused by the COVID-11 virus. 2021. Until the last moment, we hoped that this year’s edition would take place as we had planned, but we believe that a brighter future lies ahead and that we will return even stronger in 2021.”Point out MPG in its statement today. Purchased tickets for this year’s edition will be valid for ULTRA Europe 2021 or ULTRA Europe 2022. “As an added benefit, we have also secured an amount of € 20 to be added to the festival bracelets for the selected edition. This amount can be used for food, drinks or purchases in the official ULTRA store. In addition, we have made it possible to change the name for those who want to leave their tickets to someone else. ”Concluded MPG.center_img Photo: Ultra Europelast_img read more

Due to the crown of the crisis, Osijek-Baranja County approves support to family farms that provide accommodation services

first_img“Financial support for an individual family farm can amount to a maximum of 5.000,00 kuna per accommodation capacity (bed), and I emphasize that this is a grant.”Says Tatjana Roth, Head of the Administrative Department for Tourism, Culture and Sports of Osijek-Baranja County. The applicant must be registered for the said activity, the facility where the service is provided must be in the Osijek-Baranja County, and the applicant recorded a decrease in revenue of more than 30 percent in June 2020 compared to June 2019. Photo: Ivica and Marica farm The Administrative Department for Tourism, Culture and Sports of Osijek-Baranja County has announced a public call for grants to family farms that provide accommodation services in the County. The public call is open until September 18, 2020, ie until the expenditure of secured funds in the County Budget (HRK 1,7 million) in order to combat the negative effects in business caused by the COVID-19 disease.center_img Beneficiaries of this support can be family farms that provide accommodation services. Applications and forms can be downloaded from the website Osijek-Baranja Countylast_img read more