Posted on September 27, 2020 by iwano@_84
Designed by architect Peter Doggett, this Watermans Bay home combines the best of high-quality finishings, expert craftsmanship and attention to detail to create a stunning beachside abode.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home sits on a tranquil 808sqm corner block and exudes a timeless Hamptons style, which fits in perfectly with the laid-back coastal lifestyle the suburb offers.
“The design of the home is fantastic,” Realmark Coastal Director and Sales Associate Sean Hughes said. “Peter Doggett, who is an award-winning architect, did the design – and Peter never misses a button, he does an extremely good job.
“The natural light, the airflow in the home and the configuration and layout are exceptional.
“The way you would live in the home has really been thought out with a great
Posted on September 23, 2020 by iwano@_84
The Centers for Disease Control posted updated Covid-19 transmission information on its website last Friday and removed it on Monday, claiming the posting was done in error with draft copy. The crucial information in the update concerned aerosols and small airborne particles carrying enough of the virus to infect people beyond the six-foot radius often cited as a safety margin, especially within poorly-ventilated spaces. This mirrored guidance that the World Health Organization addressed last July.
Aerosolized transmission can have a significant reopening impact for schools, gyms and other public and commercial facilities – but it also impacts living spaces, including homes shared by multiple family members, dormitories, military barracks, assisted living facilities and nursing homes. “The CDC has been saying for months that large droplets are responsible for most infections,” notes Jose L. Jimenez,
Posted on September 22, 2020 by iwano@_84
EOC, contractors to jointly address COVID-19 infection
CEBU, Philippines — The Cebu City Emergency Operation Center and the Cebu Contractors Association have agreed to meet halfway in addressing the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in construction sites.
EOC deputy chief implementer and Councilor Joel Garganera said the city government will do the contact tracing and shoulder the expenses for testing of construction workers. The contractors, on the other hand, will bear the expenses for food and isolation cost of those workers affected by the lockdown of bunk house or staff house.
The Department of Labor and Employment has issued advisory no.18 series of 2020 wherein employers, including contractors or subcontractors in the private sector, shall shoulder the cost of COVID-19 prevention and control measures such as but not limited to testing, disinfection facilities, hand sanitizers, personal protective equipment