April 25, 2020 Español, Press Release, Public Health En consulta con profesionales de la salud pública y en un esfuerzo por simplificar y reflejar mejor el crecimiento, la disminución o la estabilidad, la Administración Wolf desarrolló las métricas del Departamento de Salud e incluyó un ejemplo para contribuir con el cálculo.Se estableció que el objetivo de la meta para la reapertura es menos de 50 nuevos casos confirmados al departamento por cada 100,000 habitantes en los últimos 14 días. Por ejemplo, un área con una población de 800,000 personas debería tener menos de 400 casos nuevos confirmados e informados en los últimos 14 días para cumplir con el objetivo. Una evaluación determinará si el objetivo de la meta se ha cumplido. La administración trabajará estrechamente con los gobiernos locales y de los condados para posibilitar la reapertura de las comunidades y la transición del regreso al trabajo.El objetivo de la meta de los casos informados no es la única métrica que se debe cumplir antes de la reapertura de una región. Además, la comunidad debe garantizar que haya:Pruebas suficientes a disposición de las personas con síntomas y poblaciones objetivo, como aquellos en alto riesgo, personal de atención médica y socorristas de primera línea.Sólida investigación de casos e infraestructura de seguimiento de contactos para facilitar la identificación temprana de brotes y emitir órdenes de aislamiento y cuarentena adecuadas.Identificación de los ámbitos de alto riesgo de un área, incluidas las instituciones correccionales, los hogares de cuidado personal, los establecimientos de enfermería especializada y otros ámbitos de servicios de atención conjunta, y garantizar que las instituciones cuenten con las protecciones adecuadas, como la capacitación del personal, pruebas de detección en empleados, procedimientos y pruebas de detección para visitantes y suministros adecuados de equipos de protección personal para apoyar el funcionamiento continuo.El Estado también se basará en un tablero de comando que está siendo desarrollado y evaluado por Carnegie Mellon University para adoptar un enfoque basado en las regiones y los sectores para las reaperturas, la reducción de las restricciones y la respuesta de la salud pública.Una crisis de salud pública necesita que la administración tome la mejor decisión con la información que tengamos en ese preciso momento, y continuar perfeccionando nuestro enfoque. Si los indicadores y criterios apuntan a un pico en los casos, el Estado, en coordinación con los funcionarios locales, deberá ajustar las órdenes y restricciones con el fin de garantizar que la propagación de la enfermedad se mantenga al mínimo.El plan completo está disponible aquí: https://www.governor.pa.gov/process-to-reopen-pennsylvania/.Ver esta página en inglés. La Administración Wolf desarrolla el estándar de reapertura en base a datos SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
ATP, USS, IMI Pension Fund, NEST, HSBC Global Asset Management, Barings, CAMRADATA, Natixis, Omni Partners/CBFL, Franklin Templeton, Schroders, Generali Investments Europe, JP Morgan Asset ManagementATP – Bo Foged has been appointed group finance director at Danish pension fund ATP, replacing Lars Damgaard Sørensen, who left ATP earlier this month. Foged comes to ATP from the role of managing director at BankInvest Group, which he occupied since 2011. Before that, he was CFO at the asset manager from January 2009, having been CFO at Carnegie Bank prior to that. No date has been set for Foged’s start at ATP.USS – Kirsten English is joining the trustee board of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) as a new independent director. Most recently, English worked as a consultant to private equity firms focusing on financial technology and portfolio company operational improvement. She previously worked at Reuters for 16 years. English is replacing John Bull, who stepped down at the end of March after 10 years as an independent non-executive director on USS’s trustee board. Bull was deputy chairman of the trustee board, a role that will now be filled by Kevin Carter.IMI Pension Fund – Greg Croyden has retired from his position as director of group pensions for IMI, the engineering firm, as well as his role as a company-nominated trustee and member of the investment committee. Croyden had been at IMI for more than 18 years, and was in his last role for just over a year. He was a trustee for the £1.2bn (€1.5bn) pension fund since 2006. NEST – Tom Boardman has been named deputy chairman at the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) Corporation. He has been a trustee member of NEST since 2010 and is a member of the trust’s audit and investment sub-committees. Previous roles in the pensions and insurance industry include director of retirement strategy and innovation at Prudential UK. Graham Berville has been appointed as a new trustee member of NEST. Both appointments will start on 1 June. Berville was chief executive of the Police Mutual Assurance Society until 2008 and is currently a trustee of Yorkshire Cancer Research. HSBC Global Asset Management – Ernst Osiander has been appointed head of the global bond team in London. As part of the new role, he will also join the firm’s global fixed income management group. Osiander joined HSBC two years ago. Before that, he worked for FMS Wertmanagement, focusing on sovereign credit risk. Osiander reports to Xavier Baraton, global CIO of fixed income, and takes over from Guy Dunham, who left the firm for Barings.Barings – Guy Dunham has been hired by Baring Asset Management (Barings) as head of global & aggregate. He will take responsibility for managing a range of global and aggregate portfolios for institutional clients, as well as being involved in managing global pooled bond funds. Dunham will be based in London. CAMRADATA – John Buttress is joining analysis provider CAMRADATA as a specialist adviser to oversee its business in evaluating ESG risks for investors, investment consultants and asset managers. Buttress has previously worked at Royal Sun Alliance and Allianz. Natixis – Ian Burn has been appointed global head of cash equity at Natixis, within its wholesale banking division. Burn will be based in London and report to Luc François, head of global markets at Natixis. He was previously at MainFirst Bank, and ING before that. Omni Partners/CBFL – John Jenkins has been hired as chief executive of CBFL, the captive origination platform for Omni Partners’ lending business and the Omni Secured Lending Fund. He comes to CBFL from GE Capital, where he was chief executive for eight years.Franklin Templeton – Kelsey Biggers has been named as the new head of performance analysis and investment risk (PAIR) at Franklin Templeton. He will oversee the global PAIR team, which comprises more than 100 staff across 19 locations. Biggers was previously head of risk at Franklin Templeton subsidiary K2 Advisors. He will report to Mat Gulley, executive vice-president and head of investment management strategic services for Franklin Templeton Investments. Schroders – Marc Mayer has been hired as head of institutional for North America at Schroders. Mayer comes to Schroders from a role as chief executive at GMO. Before that, he worked at AllianceBernstein for 20 years in various leadership roles. Geoff Cheetham has been appointed head of UK institutional clients at Schroders. He comes to the firm from Blackrock, where he was most recently head of EMEA consultants. Cheetham will report to Miles O’Connor, head of European institutional. Generali Investments Europe – Andrea Favaloro has been appointed head of sales and marketing at the asset management arm of Italy’s Generali Group. He was previously global head of external distribution at BNP Paribas Investment Partners. Antonio Cavarero is also joining as the new head of fixed income Italy. He comes to the company from Deutsche Bank in London, where he was senior inflation trader. Fabio Cleva has also been hired as deputy head of fixed income Italy, supporting Caverero. He joined the Generali Group in 2003 as fixed income manager. JP Morgan Asset Management – Andy Seed has been appointed to lead client relationships for the UK defined contribution (DC) business. He will report to Simon Chinnery, head of UK DC, and be based in London. Seed was previously a director for KPMG DC Solutions, and before that worked at Deloitte and Mercer.
Press Association Norwich won for just a second time in 17 Barclays Premier League games to enhance their survival claims with a 2-1 win to all but condemn Reading to relegation. The Canaries responded to vociferous support, with Elliott Bennett – one of two changes following the loss at Arsenal – twice shooting narrowly off target in the opening skirmishes. Michael Turner had to be replaced in defence by Ryan Bennett, but Reading tested the hosts too little and too infrequently in the opening half an hour. A McCleary cross had Norwich in trouble inside their own six-yard box, but Sebastien Bassong, bruised from an earlier encounter with Pogrebnyak, managed to do enough to put off the Russian, who scooped the ball over. Alex McCarthy denied Kei Kamara four minutes into the second half, stretching to turn away a left-footed shot from an angle and from the subsequent corner Norwich went in front. The Reading goalkeeper saved Grant Holt’s header from Robert Snodgrass’ set-piece, but the ball fell for Ryan Bennett, who took one touch and swept it in left-footed for his first Norwich goal. A second was almost immediate as McCarthy was caught in no-man’s land trying to reach a Snodgrass cross and Elliott Bennett shot through his legs and into the net. Norwich kept up the pressure and Holt headed over from another set-piece by Snodgrass, whose shot then was punched over by McCarthy. The Reading goalkeeper saved Kamara’s header from the resulting corner as Norwich continued playing with energy. Out of nothing, Reading pulled a goal back with 18 minutes remaining. McCleary was allowed to run at the Norwich defence and he hit a 25-yard swerving left-foot shot which Mark Bunn got a hand to but could not prevent going in. Pavel Pogrebnyak’s close-range miss at the end of the first half was punished when Ryan Bennett and Elliott Bennett scored within three minutes of each other after the restart as the Canaries climbed to 13th, seven points clear of 18th-placed Wigan. Garath McCleary pulled a goal back after 72 minutes, but, 10 points adrift with 12 to play for, Reading’s one-season sojourn in the top flight appears to be coming to an end.
New Delhi: A few days back the Asian Game gold medalist, Rahi Sarnobat had expressed her apprehensions about financial stability. To her surprise, the Maharashtra Sports Minister Vinod Tawde assured the star shooter to look into the issue. Vinod Tawde went on saying that he will try his level best to resolve the matter as soon as possible. It’s known that Rahi Sarnobat is severely looking for financial stability to carry on her career.Tawde said that he is in contact with her, and her family on a regular basis and keeping the issue on priority.”We have given financial security to her and her family has also given to her. After she bagged a medal (in the 2018 Asian Games), we have given her prizes worth lakhs.”If the government salary doesn’t come, it can’t be a nightmare, but it should come on time. I will personally look into the matter. I often speak to Rahi, her family members meet me and we have been solving the issues,” Tawde told reporters when asked about the concerns raised by Sarnobat. “Rahi should play well, practice; get a medal, which is not only India’s but also Maharashtra’s expectation. We will solve (her) problems,” the minister assured the star pistol shooter. Tawde was addressing a media briefing where he announced the winners of Shiv Chhatrapati Awards, which are given by the state government.”I feel I don’t have more than four years left as a professional shooter and after 12 years of competing for India, I still have sleepless nights about my financial situation,” she had said.She claimed that she had not been paid since September 2017 by her employers. Tawde said he has also spoken to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis about such issues raised by sportspersons.He also informed that the state government was looking to form a committee which would determine the work structure of players.”Whether it is Rahi or other players, they are the pride of India and Maharashtra. We have given leave to (shooter) Tejaswini Sawant, who works with the sports department for training,” the minister said.”We are forming a committee of experts who will determine how on-field players can be given leave (from work) and when they are off the field, how their work structure will be. After the committee gives its report we will take an (appropriate) decision,” he said.Tawde further urged the sportspersons, who get direct employment, to work with the sports department. Vinod Tawde will work regressively to solve Rahi’s issue. Tawde is in direct contact with Rahi, and her family.Tawde urges the sportspersons to work in sports departments. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.