ILOILO – From 750, Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr. further trimmed down to 550 the number of Ilonggo locally stranded individuals (LSIs) returning to the province per week. * the return of ROFs and LSIs shall be subject to coordination with and acceptance of either the province or the municipality of destination The EO took effect immediately. “Only a maximum of 300 passengers shall be allowed in inbound flights per week for air travel, and a maximum of 250 passengers in inbound voyages per week for sea travel,” read part of Defensor’s order. The 250 passengers in inbound voyages also have a cap – 200 passengers per week from Luzon and 50 passengers per week from Mindanao. As for airlines, “only a maximum of 300 passengers shall be allowed in inbound flights per week, and shall be carried at a maximum of 100 passengers per flight.” * undergo Reverse Transcription – Polymerase Chain Reaction Test (RT-PCR Test) before travel “Wala sang local government unit nga makasarang mag-quarantine sang tanan nga naga-abot adlaw-adlaw,” he said./PN In Executive Order (EO) No. 128-H issued yesterday, Defensor also said this 550 included repatriated overseas Filipinos (ROFs). In addition to these caps, returning LSIs and ROFs from coronavirus disease-high risk areas must meet the following requirements: * ROFs (except overseas Filipino workers travelling under the auspices of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) and LSIs shall secure a medical certificate from the originating/sending local government unit, and a travel authority from the Chief of Police or higher command, provided that provincial governors, in coordination with the Philippine National Police, may also issue a travel authority to their returning constituents (the travel authority shall not be valid for any return trip) * undergo 14-day quarantine upon arrival — at the quarantine facility of their local government units or in commercial/tourism accommodation establishments but at their own expense The return of LSIs and ROFs must be regulated, stressed Defensor, so as not to overwhelm local government units’ quarantine facilities and hospitals. Defensor gave to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP-Iloilo) the discretion to prorate the 300 passengers among three airlines – Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air and AirAsia.
Facebook Twitter Google+ CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — As Syracuse midfielder Peter Dearth raced down the field, his teammate Nick Mellen stood over Virginia attack Michael Kraus, staring down UVA’s leading scorer. As Dearth scored, Mellen motioned to the UVA bench before pounding his chest and yelling out loud.Syracuse jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead because Mellen forced a Kraus turnover on the first possession that led to a fastbreak goal on the other end. When the first half whistle sounded, Virginia led SU 5-4. Kraus had either scored or assisted on every first-half goal.After antagonizing Kraus on the first play of the game, Mellen struggled to slow him down for the remaining 59 minutes as Kraus led No. 4 seed UVA (11-4, 1-3 Atlantic Coast) over No. 1 seed Syracuse (7-6, 4-0 Atlantic Coast), 11-10, at Klockner Stadium on Friday night in the ACC tournament semifinals.Here are three reactions from SU’s early exit.Michael Kraus proves dominantAdvertisementThis is placeholder textAs Virginia tacked on each goal in the first half, Kraus’ point total kept rising. The attack found himself the focal point of every offensive opportunity.Behind 3-2, Kraus tried to force his way toward cage against Mellen, but the defender held his position firmly, forcing Kraus behind the cage. But instead of dishing the ball, as he had done in the early minutes, Kraus curled back around the right side of SU goalie Dom Madonna. Mellen draped himself all over Kraus, but still the sophomore found space and rifled in a shot over his left shoulder and past Madonna.When he didn’t shoot, because the SU defense collapsed on him, Kraus found open attackers, notching three assists in the first half, as the Orange failed to protect the cage when it slid. Kraus’ teammates proved beneficiaries.SU’s offense can’t compete with UVA’sIn Syracuse’s first matchup with Virginia — despite escaping with a 12-11 win — the offense was denied by UVA goalie Alex Rode 15 times, and that trend continued Friday night at Klockner Stadium, as Rode added 10 saves.Early in the second quarter, SU earned a two-man-up opportunity. As the Orange swiftly moved the ball around the perimeter, Stephen Rehfuss cut out from behind the cage onto the right side of Rode. Quickly, Rehfuss’ teammates found him wide open, but as he ripped a shot low, Rode quickly reacted to stuff the attack and end his team’s two-man disadvantage.Continuously SU fired shots from the perimeter, unable to beat Rode.On Wednesday, ahead of SU and Virginia’s ACC tournament semifinals matchup, UVA head coach Lars Tiffany told The Daily Orange that he thought one of the most impressive parts of SU’s team was how the young offensive weapons grew from the first matchup. He didn’t have the same depth among his young players, he said.But while Rode dominated in cage, Matt Moore also thrived in the open field. The freshman midfielder notched five points on the day, taking over in the second half. At the end of the third quarter, when SU began gaining some momentum, Moore shut the door with a goal from 15 yards out and just 10.8 seconds remaining in the quarter.Syracuse struggles at the faceoff XIn the two teams’ first matchup in early March, Syracuse took advantage of Virginia’s defense by simply dominating possession and forcing the defenders to play more. SU won the faceoff battle 16-11 in that first contest.In this game, though, Danny Varello and the faceoff crew couldn’t muster the same success. Virginia beat SU in the faceoff X 18-7, forcing SU to do more offensively with fewer opportunities.And when SU did finally manage to win the faceoff, it often resulted in turnovers, poor shots or the back of Rode’s pocket. Comments Published on April 27, 2018 at 11:11 pm Contact Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org