Statewide— Governor Eric J. Holcomb Executive Order to require face coverings begins today to slow the spread of Coronavirus. State and local health departments will be responsible for enforcing compliance through education about the importance of wearing face coverings. The executive order does not include criminal penalties.The executive order also outlines the requirements for mask-wearing in schools. Gov. Holcomb has used data to drive decisions since the state’s first case of the novel coronavirus in early March. At this time, the state faces:• An increase in overall hospitalizations from approximately 600 a day near the end of June to approximately 800 now• The highest number of cases in a single day with 1,011 Hoosiers reported positive today• A rise in COVID-19 positivity across the state from a low of 3.6% a month ago to nearly double that percentage now• Some counties, which early on had minimal positive cases in some instances, now reporting regular double-digit positive casesThe executive order is in effect until at least Aug. 26. Local governments may impose more restrictive guidelines.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez claimed yesterday that neither James McCarthy nor Seamus Coleman would be fit for either game. Aston Villa keeper Shay Given is also out with a hip problem.
Los Angeles also made Lance Stephenson, Brandon Ingram and Ivica Zubac available in other proposals. Related News NBA trade rumors: Bucks talking to ‘several teams’ about Thon Maker The Lakers reportedly made five separate offers to the Pelicans for Davis, one of which included Kyle Kuzma, Lonzo Ball, Michael Beasley, Rajon Rondo and a first-round pick, according to a report from ESPN. The Pelicans are considering a counter-offer to the Lakers’ trade proposal for All-Star big man Anthony Davis.New Orleans could propose the Lakers to include two first-round picks in the deal for Davis as well as include another Pelicans player, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times which cites unidentified league sources. NBA trade rumors: Lakers’ first offer for Anthony Davis includes Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, others The Pelicans reportedly considered these “lowball offers” and were not interested in making any of the deals happen.The trade deadline is Feb. 7 at 3 p.m. ET. New Orleans could also wait to agree to a deal for Davis after the year is over.
– Advertisement -Incumbent Councillor Dan Davies defended the council’s use of the in-camera (closed) meetings, saying that certain matters are required by law to be settled behind closed doors.[asset|aid=559|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=moosefm_news-20081105T0253.mp3] Don Irwin, who is also seeking reelection, says open houses and council meetings have been key in council’s success, but face-to-face contact with residents is important as well.[asset|aid=560|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=moosefm_news-20081105T0256.mp3] Newcomer council candidate Josh Wilson praised the openness and transparency shown by all the other candidates, but suggested that the current mayor and council could be more aggressive in their advertising of open houses and public meetings.[asset|aid=561|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=moosefm_news-20081105T0258.mp3]Last night’s forum marked the second this week for the candidates, who also participated in a forum Monday afternoon at the Seniors’ Hall. Advertisement The openness of Fort St. John’s mayor and council became the subject of debate at last night’s All Candidates’ Forum at the Northern Grand Hotel. After an audience member praised the transparency of the current mayor and council, mayoral candidate Bruce Lantz questioned the purpose of the council’s closed meetings, in which proceedings are kept from the public.