Month: April 2021

COVID test required upon arrival

Travelers visiting Maui, the second-most-popular vacation destination in Hawaii after Oahu, will soon have to take a second COVID-19 test to bypass the state’s mandatory quarantine.

The test, which will be free and conducted upon arrival at the airport, will begin as soon as the end of April, Maui Mayor Michael Victorino said at a news conference Wednesday.

“The post-arrival test will allow Maui County to determine if current safeguards are effective in preventing the introduction of new COVID cases, especially as new variants are being identified on the US mainland and around the world,” he said.

Travelers will be

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The Chelsea Hotel Becomes a New York Battleground

The demand set construction back for more than two years, delays the developer said cost as much as $30 million, and left tenants living in a work site frozen in time.

A stop-work order was issued, and an investigation found evidence of tenant harassment, prompting a hearing that dragged on until the end of December. That is when the developers unexpectedly revealed a document they had found in city archives that exempted the hotel from needing the certification at all.

Days later, the department dropped the case.

Tenants like Ms. Martin who supported the investigation were stunned. “An agency that

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Michigan’s Top Health Official Vacations in Alabama After Whitmer Tells Residents Not to Travel

Michigan’s health director traveled to Alabama last week after Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer warned residents not to leave the state as coronavirus cases soar, prompting sharp criticism from the Republican party.

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Director Elizabeth Hertel traveled last week to Gulf Shores, Alabama, which is a popular resort destination along the Gulf of Mexico, Fox News reported.

The report brought criticism from the state’s GOP, as Michigan continues to grapple with the highest coronavirus rates in the nation.

“The sheer brazenness of Gov. Whitmer and her staff is truly something else,” Michigan GOP spokesman

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Limited camping at Detroit Lake State Recreation Area to reopen

DETROIT, Ore. (KTVZ) — Limited camping at Detroit Lake State Recreation Area will reopen next Tuesday, April 20 after being closed since September 2020 due to damage from the Santiam Canyon wildfires, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department announced Thursday.

Visitors will be able to reserve some campsites up to six months in advance, starting at 6 a.m. April 19, for all stays April 20 and beyond.

Sites will open according to the following timeline:

  • April 20: Loops F & G
  • May 28: Loops A, B, and part of Loops C and D
  • June 18: Loops E, H and the
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Radware Announces CFO Departure

TEL AVIV, Israel, April 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR) today announced that Doron Abramovitch, Chief Financial Officer, will resign from his role effective June 10, 2021, to pursue other career opportunities. The Company has initiated a search to appoint a successor and Mr. Abramovitch has agreed to support the process and ensure a smooth transition.

Mr. Abramovitch has served Radware as CFO since 2015, playing an instrumental role in the continued growth of the Company, extending the Company’s portfolio organically and through acquisitions.

“Doron has been a valued member of our management team for six years

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