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HONOLULU — The governor of Hawaii has issued another emergency proclamation in response to the coronavirus pandemic that extends the statewide eviction moratorium for another two months and details plans for vaccinated travellers. Democratic Gov. David Ige signed the proclamation Friday extending the statewide moratorium on residential evictions until June 8. The moratorium began in April 2020 and was set to expire Tuesday. Under the moratorium, landlords are prohibited from evicting tenants for failure to pay rent, maintenance fees, utility bills, taxes and other required fees. The emergency proclamation also revealed plans to allow vaccinated travellers to bypass mandatory quarantine upon arriving to the state. People who are fully vaccinated would be able to avoid COVID-19 testing and quarantine by uploading valid vaccination documents to the Safe Travels Program or showing documents in person. The provision must receive approval from Maj. Gen. Kenneth S. Hara, the director of the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency. Ige did not provide a timeline for when the vaccine passport provision will be made available. The emergency proclamation also provided an extension for state IDs, driver's licenses and instructional permits that expired during the pandemic. Hawaii has reported more than 30,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began last year and 470 deaths as of Friday. More than 114.4 million people, or 34.5% of the U.S. population, have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 68.2 million people, or 20.5% of the population, have completed their vaccination. Common symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, breathing trouble, sore throat, muscle pain and loss of taste or smell. Most people develop only mild symptoms. But some people, usually those with other medical complications, develop more severe symptoms, including pneumonia. Sometimes people with a coronavirus infection display no symptoms. The Associated Press
Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a left biceps strain that has been bothering him during the early part of this season. Cabrera played first base in Saturday's 11-3 loss to the Indians. Manager A.J. Hinch said Cabrera has been dealing with soreness for a while and felt it “grab” on a swing in the seventh inning.
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Italy reported 331 coronavirus-related deaths on Sunday against 344 the day before, the health ministry said, while the daily tally of new infections fell to 15,746 from 17,567 the day before. Italy has registered 114,254 deaths linked to COVID-19 since its outbreak emerged in February last year, the second-highest toll in Europe after Britain and the seventh-highest in the world. The total number of intensive care patients fell to 3,585 from a previous 3,588.
Guess & Co. Corporation Appoints New Leadership Team Jerry D. Guess Jerry D. Guess, Founder, Chairman & CEO Jerry D. Guess Jerry D. Guess, Founder, Chairman & CEO Jerry D. Guess Jerry D. Guess, Founder, Chairman & CEO D. Michelle Stewart D. Michelle Stewart, Deputy Chairman, President, COO & CFO D. Michelle Stewart D. Michelle Stewart, Deputy Chairman, President, COO & CFO D. Michelle Stewart D. Michelle Stewart, Deputy Chairman, President, COO & CFO Lindsay L. Burger Lindsay L. Burger, Executive Director, Secretary, Treasurer & Chief of Staff Lindsay L. Burger Lindsay L. Burger, Executive Director, Secretary, Treasurer & Chief of Staff Lindsay L. Burger Lindsay L. Burger, Executive Director, Secretary, Treasurer & Chief of Staff OSAGE BEACH, Mo., April 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Guess & Co. Corporation has made changes to the leadership team. The Company announced the following: Jerry D. Guess, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jerry D. Guess, founder of Guess & Co. Corporation, remains chairman of the Board of Directors and chief executive officer. Mr. Guess became chairman and chief executive officer in January of 2019 and temporarily assumed the role of president in November of 2019. Mr. Guess has almost two decades of business experience. He has government experience as a former supervisory employee for the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Census Bureau. Mr. Guess is enrolled with Purdue University Global and earning a degree in Finance. Under Mr. Guess’ leadership, Guess & Co. Corporation has continued to grow revenue, enter markets, develop products and services, and reduce its operating losses. D. Michelle Stewart, Deputy Chairman, President, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Financial Officer D. Michelle Stewart remains deputy chairman of the company. She was appointed president in 2020 and re-appointed chief operating officer and chief financial officer of Guess & Co. Corporation in March of 2021. Ms. Stewart is a long-time leadership team member of the company. She began with the company in 2017. Ms. Stewart is currently earning a degree in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University Global. She is responsible for long-term strategic planning, day to day operations, financial reporting, liquidity management and the overall financial operations of the company. Lindsay L. Burger, Executive Director, Secretary, Treasurer & Chief of Staff Lindsay L. Burger has been appointed executive director, secretary, treasurer, and chief of staff to the chairman and CEO. She also serves as special assistant to the chairman and CEO. Ms. Burger joined Guess & Co. Corporation in February 2021 as corporate vice-president and special assistant to the chairman and CEO. In that role, she was responsible for corporate affairs and corporate development projects. She assumed the role of deputy chief of staff, deputy secretary and deputy treasurer. She assumed her current roles in March of 2021. Ms. Burger works closely with the chairman and CEO to oversee organizational effectiveness and collaboration across the leadership and management teams. She is enrolled with Purdue University Global and earning a Business degree with a concentration in Project Management. Prior to Guess & Co. Corporation, Ms. Burger recruited information technology professionals for a group of national clients. She oversees corporate records and corporate treasury for the company as secretary and treasurer. About Guess & Co. Corporation Guess & Co. Corporation is an emerging stewardship solutions company with energy, health care, technology, and real estate units committed to revitalizing Rural America and select urban areas. We partner with communities, companies, and governments to improve the welfare of people. Guess & Co. Corporation is a registered contractor with the U.S. Government to provide solutions to federal government agencies and members of our company have active top-secret/SCI clearances. We are based in Osage Beach, Missouri. Our company operates in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and North Carolina. Guess & Co. Corporation was incorporated in 2015 and commenced operations in August of 2017. The management team of Guess & Co. Corporation has over 50 years of combined experience. 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LONDON — The death of Prince Philip has left a “huge void” in Queen Elizabeth II’s life, their son Prince Andrew said Sunday, as well-wishers continued to leave floral tributes outside the gates of royal residences in memory of the monarch's husband. Andrew, the third of the couple’s four children, attended church at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor along with other members of the royal family, two days after the 99-year-old Philip died at Windsor Castle. Andrew said his mother “described it as having left a huge void in her life.” “We’ve lost, almost, the grandfather of the nation,” he said. “And I feel very sorry and supportive of my mother, who’s feeling it probably more than everybody else.” His younger brother, Prince Edward, called Philip’s death a “dreadful shock” but said the 94-year-old queen was “bearing up.” Edward’s wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex said the monarch was “thinking of others before herself.” She said Philip's death at Windsor Castle, which came three weeks after he was discharged from a month-long hospital stay, was “peaceful." “It was right for him and it was so gentle. It was just like someone took him by the hand and off he went," Sophie told well-wishers. "It was very, very peaceful and that’s all you want for somebody, isn’t it?” Both palace and government officials urged people not to come in person to pay their respects because of coronavirus restrictions on social mixing. But hundreds of people on Sunday brought notes, cards and flowers to the gates of Windsor Castle, located 20 miles (32 kilometres) west of London, while others laid tributes outside Buckingham Palace in the British capital. Neil Loughton, founder of the Penny Farthing Club, rode his antique bicycle to the palace gates to pay tribute. “I think that there are some things that are just important and need to be done . Ninety-nine years of life and more than 70 years of service deserves some recognition,” he said. Philip’s funeral is set to take place April 17 at Windsor Castle. Only 30 people will be able to attend under the current coronavirus restrictions in England, but the slimmed-down service is scheduled to be broadcast live on television.. Philip’s grandson Prince Harry, who stepped away from royal duties last year and now lives in California, will attend the service along with other members of the royal family, palace officials have said.. His wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, is pregnant and has been advised by her doctor not to make the journey. Royal family members said they appreciated the outpouring of tributes and good wishes from people across Britain and around the world to Philip, who was the queen’s consort and support through more than seven decades of marriage. Prince Edward, 57, said the “extraordinary” tributes meant a lot to the royal family. “It just goes to show, he might have been our father, grandfather, father-in-law, but he meant so much to so many other people,” he said. Andrew, 61, who has largely kept out of the public eye since 2019 amid controversy over his friendship with the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, also praised the “absolutely amazing tributes.” ___ Follow AP’s coverage of Prince Philip's death at https://apnews.com/hub/prince-philip Jill Lawless, The Associated Press
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Robert Shook, 38, was shot in the driveway of the Rock Hill, South Carolina home where he had been working, the York County sheriff said, and he died from his wounds on Saturday. The gunman, whom officials identified as Phillip Adams, 32, opened fire at the home of doctor Robert Lesslie, killing Lesslie, 70, his wife Barbara Lesslie, 69, two of their grandchildren, 9-year-old Adah Lesslie and 5-year-old Noah Lesslie, and James Lewis, 38, another air conditioning technician, the county sheriff's office said.
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran on Sunday described a blackout at its underground Natanz atomic facility an act of “nuclear terrorism,” raising regional tensions. Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, stopped short of directly blaming anyone for the incident. Details remained few about what happened early Sunday morning at the facility, which initially was described as a blackout caused by the electrical grid feeding the site. Many Israeli media outlets offered the same assessment that a cyberattack darkened Natanz and damaged a facility that is home to sensitive centrifuges. While the reports offered no sourcing for the evaluation, Israeli media maintains a close relationship with the country’s military and intelligence agencies. If Israel caused the blackout, it further heightens tensions between the two nations, already engaged in a shadow conflict across the wider Middle East. It also complicates efforts by the U.S., Israel’s main security partner, to re-enter the atomic accord aimed at limiting Tehran’s program so it can’t pursue a nuclear weapon. As news of the blackout emerged, U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin landed Sunday in Israel for talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz. ___ Ben Zion reported from Jerusalem. Associated Press writers Nasser Karimi in Tehran, Iran, and Josef Federman in Jerusalem contributed to this report. Jon Gambrell And Ilan Ben Zion, The Associated Press
A 104-year-old woman who contracted coronavirus twice has been released from hospital to a round of applause in Tunja, Colombia.This footage, sent to Storyful on April 7, shows the woman, identified by media as Doña Carmen, leaving the hospital.The grandmother, referred to affectionately by hospital staff as Carmelita, was the facility’s oldest patient, they said.Local news reports said she first contracted the coronavirus in June 2020 and again in March 2021. Credit: Hospital San Rafael Tunja via Storyful
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The acting mayor of Anchorage has asked the Assembly to extend through mid-July an emergency proclamation in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Currently, the emergency proclamation includes gathering-size restrictions, social distancing requirements in restaurants, bars and other businesses, health restrictions for some sports teams and a citywide mask mandate. It is set to expire after April 16. Anchorage Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson requested that the orders be extended through July 16, the Anchorage Daily News reported Saturday. It would be the eighth extension since the pandemic began. The Anchorage Assembly is scheduled to consider the extension at its next meeting Tuesday. It can either approve it, approve it with amendments or reject it. Quinn-Davidson said there were several reasons for requesting the extension, including because children under the age of 16 are not yet eligible for COVID-19 vaccines and because the emergency powers help in distributing vaccines. More than 36% of residents have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 25% of the state's population has completed their vaccination. Not everyone agrees with the extension. Assembly member Jamie Allard, who represents Eagle River and Chugiak, has already asked the Assembly to terminate all of the city’s orders and deny the mayor’s request. “This overbearing government control over individuals and businesses is a slippery slope and a danger to our freedom,” Allard said in a memo. “We do not know if or when COVID-19 will no longer be a threat, but it is a greatly diminished threat to our health today.” The Assembly has rejected Allard’s previous attempts to overturn the city’s emergency status. Common symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, breathing trouble, sore throat, muscle pain and loss of taste or smell. Most people develop only mild symptoms. But some people, usually those with other medical complications, develop more severe symptoms, including pneumonia. Sometimes people with a coronavirus infection display no symptoms. The Associated Press
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