DWTS’ Gleb Savchenko Denies Wife Elena Samodanov’s ‘Infidelity’ Claims

first_imgHe added, “It was my deepest hope to keep our private life just that: private. I am saddened and disappointed to see that Elena has chosen not to do the same.”Savchenko’s statement comes after Samodanova, 36, accused him of “ongoing infidelity,” which left their marriage “irrevocably broken.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The So You Think You Can Dance choreographer announced their split via her Instagram Story on Friday, November 6. The pair share daughters, Olivia, 10, and Zlata, 3.“After 14 years of marriage with my deepest sadness our road is coming to the end,” she captioned a photo of her and Savchenko along with a broken-heart emoji.Savchenko also shared a statement confirming the news. “It is with a heavy heart that I tell you my wife and I are parting ways after 14 years of marriage,” he told Us on Friday. “We still intend to coparent our wonderful children together who we love so dearly, and we will strive to continue to be the best parents that we can to them. We ask that you respect our family’s need for privacy and healing during this time.”Stause — who along with Savchenko was eliminated from season 29 of Dancing With the Stars on Tuesday, November 2  — reacted to the news via her Instagram Story on Friday.“I am so saddened about the news of Gleb and Elena’s split,” the Selling Sunset star, 39, wrote. “It is unfortunate that this has caused rumors to swirl about my personal life. Having gone through a public split myself, I would not wish this on anyone.”The realtor — whose estranged husband, Justin Hartley, filed for divorce in November 2019 — also insisted that her relationship with Savchenko is strictly platonic.“As you can imagine, the countless hours of training, and dance rehearsals has created a strong supportive friendship, but nothing more,” she said. “I wish nothing but the best for both Gleb and Elena during this unfortunate time.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! “After 14 years of marriage, and multiple affairs, I’ve decided enough is enough,” Samodanova told People on Saturday, November 7. “Gleb and I have created a family and multiple businesses together. But apparently, it just wasn’t enough to keep our marriage strong.”Samodanova alleged that the professional dancer had a” recent inappropriate relationship” with another woman that has “created turmoil in our marriage.”“No wife should ever stand by and watch while another woman gifts her husband expensive presents, lures him out to dinners and seduces him at every turn,” she said. “Last night was the final straw, and I can no longer turn my head the other way. My trust in Gleb is irrevocably broken and it is time that I walk away and begin to heal so I can be the best version of myself for my girls.”Dancing With the Stars’ Gleb Savchenko Denies Wife Elena Samodanova's Claims of 'Ongoing Infidelity'Gleb Savchenko and Elena Samodanova. Scott Kirkland/PictureGroup/MEGA- Advertisement – His side of the story. Gleb Savchenko responded to his wife Elena Samodanov‘s claims that he had an affair one day after the pair announced their separation.“While I will continue to respect the privacy of my family, I will not stand by and allow false accusations and internet rumors go unaddressed,” the Dancing With the Stars pro, 37, tells Us Weekly as rumors swirled about his most recent celeb dance partner, Chrishell Stause. “My relationship with Chrishell was and remains strictly platonic. Our friendship during our season on DWTS was not the reason for our split. Elena and I have had longstanding issues in our marriage. This has been an ongoing situation between Elena and I paired with poor timing.”- Advertisement –last_img read more

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13″ MacBook Pro with M1 offers Apple Silicon for way more power and better performance » Gadget Flow

first_img– Advertisement – The 13″ MacBook Pro with M1 is a cut above the rest. Running on Apple Silicon, this three-pound powerhouse of a laptop is even more impressive than its predecessors. That’s due to its eight-core CPU, which offers 2.8 times faster performance—great for app developers and photograph editors alike. Moreover, the eight-core GPU is a whopping five times faster than before, which is sure to help you design products with more speed. That’s not all: its ML performance is now up to 11 times faster than the previous generation. Designed with an active cooling system, the 13″ MacBook Pro with M1 manages to sustain this performance even when you use it to the max. What’s more, it offers 17 hours of web browsing time and up to 20 hours of video playback. With a studio-quality microphone and improved camera performance, there’s almost nothing this Apple MacBook Pro doesn’t offer you.last_img read more

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Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick’s Fun, Flirty Romance

first_img– Advertisement – No stopping them now! Things got hotter in Bachelor Nation when Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick kickstarted their headline-making relationship in January 2019.The Dew Edit designer and the former banker met during an interview on Bristowe’s “Off the Vine” podcast and, shortly after going on their first date, confirmed they were dating.- Advertisement – News of their romance came just two months after the former Bachelorette and her ex-fiancé, Shawn Booth, called it quits on their three-year engagement. The former pair — who met and got engaged in 2015 during season 11 of the hit reality dating series — announced their split in November 2018 in a joint statement.“After three incredible years, we have decided to go our separate ways. This difficult decision comes after thoughtful, respectful consideration,” the statement read at the time. “Even though we are parting as a couple, we’re very much committed to remaining friends. We have both evolved as people, which is taking us in different directions, but with the hope that we will continue to support each other in new ways. Due to the nature of how we met, our relationship has always been very public, and we have enjoyed sharing it with all of you, but we ask that you respect our decision and our privacy at this time.”The Boothcamp Gym owner opened up about Bristowe’s newfound happiness with Tartick shortly after the two went public with their relationship.- Advertisement –center_img “[I’m] trying to understand things right now. I guess this goes with her new relationship too. It just kind of makes me question everything that we’ve had,” Booth said during an interview on Ben Higgins and Ashley Iaconetti’s “Almost Famous: In Depth” podcast. “So I think that’s one of the major questions that runs through my mind — just trying to understand that, which I think is tough to understand.”From surprise visits to goofing off together, take a look back at Bristowe and Tartick’s light-hearted love.last_img read more

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ICYMI: From a jaguar to ‘Harry Potter’ wheeled broomsticks

first_img– Advertisement – Read more: Turkmenistan leader unveils giant gold dog statue- Advertisement – In our weekly In Case You Missed It round-up video, we bring you a selection of stories that might have passed you by during the past seven days.This time we see the release of a rehabilitated jaguar, take a look at Harry Potter-inspired broomsticks on wheels and get a glimpse of a newly-unveiled giant gold statue of a dog.- Advertisement –last_img

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GOP Sen. Rob Portman on joining Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine trial

first_imgSen. Rob Portman told CNBC on Tuesday that he’s participating in Johnson & Johnson‘s Covid-19 vaccine clinical trial, hoping to underscore the importance of vaccines in ending the pandemic.“The most important thing we can do right now is get these vaccines out and on the market, and we’ve got to ensure people are actually going to get vaccinated,” the Ohio Republican said on “Squawk Box,” while also stressing the need to wear a mask and maintain social distancing as U.S. coronavirus cases spike to record highs. He was wearing a mask during his interview from Capitol Hill.- Advertisement – “These are FDA professionals. These are scientists that are taking extraordinary measures to be sure that it’s safe,” Portman said. “So, I want to encourage everyone to participate in the trials, if you’re comfortable doing that, but certainly to get the vaccine when it’s available.” – Advertisement –center_img “It’s one thing to have the vaccines, which I think will be ready by the end of this year, so really in just a month and a half, but we’ve got to be sure that people are willing to be vaccinated,” Portman added. “So the reason I participated in this trial was because I think the vaccines are so important.”Portman said he enrolled in the trial 12 days ago, before the positive efficacy news from Pfizer and German partner BioNTech last week and Monday’s announcement from Moderna. Data from both the Pfizer and Moderna late-stage trials indicated that vaccines were more than 90% effective in preventing Covid-19.The senator expressed concern about the public opinion polling that showed significant numbers of Americans were skeptical of coronavirus vaccines and therefore may be hesitant to receive them should the Food and Drug Administration clear the vaccine candidates for public distribution.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Pig-linked disease outbreak in China ebbs

first_imgAug 17, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – The outbreak of an unusual pig-related disease in China might be nearly spent, and evidence continued to point to Streptococcus suis as the cause, the World Health Organization (WHO) said yesterday. Chinese authorities reported 215 cases, including 39 deaths, nearly all of them in farmers and butchers who had been killing sick pigs or processing and selling the meat, the WHO said. The outbreak has been concentrated in Sichuan province. As of yesterday, no new cases had been reported since Aug 5, the agency said. Today, however, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported a new case in a 44-year-old butcher who works in the fresh pork section of a Hong Kong supermarket. He was reported to be hospitalized in stable condition. Chinese authorities found no evidence of person-to-person transmission of the disease, including transmission to healthcare workers, the WHO said. Specialists involved in the teleconference said person-to-person spread was unlikely without close contact with infective material such as blood. They also said that eating raw or undercooked pork could lead to disease, but eating properly cooked pork is unlikely to pose a risk. See also: “If you look at staphylococcal and streptococcal toxic shock syndromes, every one of those was an instance where certain toxin-producing capabilities in the staph and strep organisms changed,” Osterholm added. He is director of the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, publisher of this Web site. According to the WHO, Chinese officials said more study is needed to find out why the outbreak was so large, relative to previous outbreaks of the fairly rare disease, which was first recognized in humans in the 1960s. Early in the outbreak, patients were suspected of having a hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome, but lab tests excluded that, the WHO said. The signs and symptoms included high fever, malaise, nausea, and vomiting. In severe cases, patients suffered meningitis, subcutaneous hemorrhage, toxic shock, and coma. The WHO said a group of international experts on S suis discussed the outbreak in an Aug 9 teleconference. “Overall, the specialists expressed no concern related to the validity of the laboratory identification of Streptococcus suis serotype 2,” the agency said. “The clinical picture, they felt, could be explained by a strain or strains of Streptococcus suis with a higher virulence in humans.” Aug 16 WHO statementhttp://www.who.int/zoonoses/outbreaks/zoonosesoutbreaksuis1/en/index.html “The data provided by the Chinese depict an outbreak that peaked from the second through the fourth week of July, and dwindled rapidly thereafter,” the WHO statement said. The butcher who fell ill in Hong Kong had not traveled outside the city but had cut his finger, the AFP story said. The meat at the Wellcome Supermarket where he worked had not come from Sichuan, and officials were investigating how the man contracted the disease, a Wellcome spokeswoman told a local radio station. The international specialists and Chinese authorities agreed that the movement of live pigs and trade in pork within and from the outbreak area should be carefully regulated, the WHO said. Lab tests on samples from several patients identified S suis serotype 2, and the same strain was found in pigs in the area, the agency reported. Tests on the human samples detected no other bacterial agents. Authorities considered the possibility of a viral infection in the pigs, but tests excluded influenza and Nipah virus infections. Infectious disease expert Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH, said the illness resembles some other forms of streptococcal and staphylococcal disease involving toxic shock. “Based on the information that the Chinese have provided, I think the explanation seems quite reasonable that this was a strain of S suis that may have acquired the potential to produce a yet-unidentified toxin or toxins,” he told CIDRAP News.last_img read more

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Launch of WHO H5N1 vaccine stockpile still awaited

first_imgMay 16, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – A year after the World Health Organization (WHO) called for the development of an international stockpile of vaccines against H5N1 influenza, the stockpile has not yet materialized, the WHO said in a report released today.At the World Health Assembly in May 2007, WHO member countries called on the WHO leadership to set up an international vaccine stockpile against H5N1 and other influenza viruses of pandemic potential. And in June, the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) pledged to donate 50 million doses of vaccine to the stockpile over 3 years.In today’s report, the WHO says development of a stockpile is under way, but no doses have been acquired yet.”At this time, a physical WHO stockpile of H5N1 vaccine does not exist, and its development will depend on several factors, including discussions with manufacturers on the terms and conditions of their donation, as well as on technical issues such as obtaining further information on the stability of vaccines,” says the report, which is based on a scientific meeting held in Geneva in October 2007.The 26-page report assesses the development of H5N1 vaccines to date and discusses their possible uses, including how the planned WHO stockpile would be used. The document is titled “Options for the Use of Human H5N1 Influenza Vaccines and the WHO H5N1 Vaccine Stockpile.”In 3 more years, the report says, the stockpile could contain 50 million doses, or enough to vaccinate 25 million people with two doses each, which is likely to be needed to generate a good immune response.The WHO says the contemplated uses of the stockpile are (1) to help contain the initial, localized emergence of a potential H5N1 pandemic if the event is identified early enough and (2) to supply vaccine to countries that otherwise would have little access to it once sustained human-to-human transmission is under way.For several reasons, vaccination alone would probably not be enough to contain a local outbreak of an emerging pandemic virus, the report says. However, “mathematical modeling approaches suggest that under certain conditions, vaccination could make a significant addition to the effects of other control actions.”Concerning the eventual size of the stockpile, the WHO states, “Based on the results of the consultation described in this report, a stockpile of approximately 100 million doses may be warranted given its potential uses.”In addition to GSK, companies that have expressed a willingness to contribute to the stockpile include Omninvest of Hungary, Baxter, and Sanofi Pasteur, the document says.The report says that at least 16 companies have H5N1 vaccines in “relatively advanced development.” Studies on the vaccines so far suggest that they should be safe and effective, but their effectiveness can be confirmed only by trials in which people are exposed to H5N1 either experimentally or in an outbreak, the WHO states.The document notes that H5N1 vaccines generally elicit lower immune responses than seasonal flu vaccines do, but adjuvants boost the response.Results to date also suggest that H5N1 vaccines may protect people against strains other than the one used in the vaccine, the report says. “Animal data suggest that vaccination by human H5N1 influenza vaccines, produced from viruses of one clade, may confer cross-reactivity against H5N1 viruses from other clades and therefore may confer protection against challenge by H5N1 viruses from other clades.”In addition, this cross-reactivity “might indicate potential cross-protection against future emerging strains, but such coverage could diminish as H5N1 vaccines continue to evolve.”See also: Full text of WHO reporthttp://www.who.int/csr/resources/publications/WHO_HSE_EPR_GIP_2008_1d.pdfJun 13, 2007, CIDRAP News story “Glaxo to give 50 million doses of H5N1 vaccine to WHO”last_img read more

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Experts air practical PPE considerations to IOM

first_imgAug 13, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – On the second and final day of an Institute of Medicine (IOM) task force meeting on how to protect healthcare workers from the novel H1N1 virus, experts focused on issues surrounding the effectiveness and practical use of masks and respirators in work settings.The IOM task force’s goal is to make recommendations about how to protect healthcare workers during the H1N1 pandemic.Over the past several years, pandemic planners have acknowledged, based on events that occurred in Canada during the SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) outbreak, that healthcare workers may be less likely to report for duty if employers don’t adequately protect them. And after novel flu illnesses and one death among California nurses, that state’s nurses association asserted that hospitals need to do more to protect them.The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently recommends that healthcare workers who enter the room of a patient in isolation for suspected or confirmed novel H1N1 flu should wear an N95 respirator or equivalent protection.Issues surrounding surgical masksLisa Brosseau, ScD, an industrial hygiene expert from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, told the task force that, for surgical masks, providing workers with some guidance about how to wear them is likely to improve efficacy a bit, but she said fit doesn’t matter if the mask has poor filtration ability.She said the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doesn’t approve masks and clears them only for marketing. Producers must show only that a new mask is as good as one that is already on the market to win clearance, she said.Healthcare institutions are not required to purchase FDA-cleared masks, and many don’t because they are more expensive, Brosseau said.Roland Berry Ann, deputy director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health’s (NIOSH’s) National Personal Protective Technology Laboratory in Pittsburgh, added that surgical masks vary widely in their ability to block aerosols, ranging from about 12% to 98%. He said health officials have little guidance on which masks are more protective.”You don’t know which one is the 11 or 12 [percent] and which one is the ninetysomething,” he said, adding that unregulated dust masks have been shown to have level and variety of protection as FDA-cleared surgical masks.Research on respiratorsLew Radonovich, MD, director of the National Center for Occupational Health and Infection Control in the Office of Public Health and Environmental Hazards at the Veterans Health Administration, said the VA has a large stake in the debate over what constitutes good protection in healthcare workers, because it is the largest integrated healthcare network in the nation. The VA health system has 180,000 workers who may be exposed to the virus and uses about 1.6 million respirators each year.He said though yesterday’s IOM presentations seemed weighted toward respirators, “I don’t think it’s necessarily that clear.” A key issue is whether or not healthcare workers will wear the protective equipment their facilities provide for them. A tolerability assessment of 27 workers found that the frequency of complaints for N95 respirators and surgical masks were about equal, but criticisms were less intense for masks.Researchers at the VA are in the process of developing a new respirator for healthcare workers. Called Project Breathe, the group is just completing the first phase of its work and has developed a list of 28 requirements for the new respirator model.Werner Bischoff, MD, an infectious disease expert at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., said his research group has used rhinovirus to test the efficacy of face masks on human subjects and will soon launch similar studies using the live attenuated influenza virus contained in the FluMist vaccine.When science meets realityMeanwhile, Bonnie Henry, MD, an epidemiologist with the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, was on the public health frontlines in Canada during the SARS outbreak, urged her colleagues to set realistic expectations for protecting healthcare workers.She emphasized that as community members some healthcare workers will inevitably get sick with the novel flu virus. She said a zero-tolerance goal for illnesses is not feasible. She added that Canada is working toward making its respiratory guidance for healthcare workers more intuitive, which could help improve compliance.Healthcare officials can expect that respiratory guidance will evolve along with the novel flu pandemic, Leonard Mermel, DO, medical director of the department of epidemiology and infection control at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, told the group.He said his institution took a “draconian” approach early in the outbreak by having all workers who have contact with sick patients wear N95 respirators. “They were telling me they can’t function wearing them for their shifts,” he said, adding that the hospital geared down to a more general droplet precaution policy for low-risk interactions with patients.The H1N1 pandemic has raised some compelling questions about respiratory protection in hospitals, Mermel said. For example, some hospital officials wonder if healthcare workers should be screened each day before they start their shifts. He said a source from the CDC told him that 28% of healthcare workers who have been sick with the novel flu virus say they were exposed to a sick coworker.”We have to be very mindful of the risk from healthcare worker to healthcare worker,” he said.Mermel also wondered if more could be done to identify people who are “super-spreaders”—for example, those who have severe infections, are immunocompromised, or have few cross-reactive antibodies. He also said it would be useful if federal officials developed a comprehensive list of mask and respirators that contained efficacy data.See also:Aug 12 CIDRAP News story “IOM hears diverse findings on PPE for flu”IOM page with resources for PPE workshophttp://nationalacademies.org/hmd/activities/workforce/respproth1n1/2009-…IOM page with link to meeting agendahttp://nationalacademies.org/hmd/Activities/Workforce/RespProtH1N1/2009-…last_img read more

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Biggest pandemic worry for business: absenteeism

first_img Companies are more willing to pay workers who need to stay home to care for sick relatives, the polling indicated. For hourly workers, 37% of the attendees said yes to this, while 39% said no. For salaried workers the results were 46% yes and 36% no. Given the complexity of the task, Sun Microsystems made a considered decision not to supply antivirals to its employees, said Karen Dye Oakley, director of global crisis management for the company, based in Tucson, Ariz., another panelist for the Wednesday morning session. Michael Janko, business continuity manager for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. in Akron, Ohio, said Goodyear plans to start medical screening once the flu becomes widespread in Akron. “We’re not doing it right now, but our plan is in place to do it once it’s at level 6 in our community,” said Janko, who was a panelist for a Wednesday morning session on “Benchmarking Preparedness.” See also: While companies voiced concern about absenteeism, there was little agreement about just how much to expect. In a Wednesday morning poll, 21% of respondents said they expect peak absenteeism of 21% to 30%, while 12% expected a rate of 31% to 40%. Eighteen percent expected absenteeism to be less than 21%, while 36% percent declined to specify a range. In live polling conducted during a conference plenary session, 81% of the attendees said their greatest concern about the pandemic was absenteeism. Only 13% said they were most worried about disruption of critical supply chains. Earlier this week, a nationwide poll found that 84% of American workers feel that the current recession increases pressure on them to show up for work even when sick. The poll by Mansfield Communications also showed that 69% of workers reported getting no communications from their employers about policies related to the pandemic. About two thirds of the respondents (66%) said their employers were following the federal guidance, while 21% said they were not, and 13% said the policy was under review. At the conference, more than a quarter of the attendees—28%—said their companies either were already screening workers to keep sick people out of the workplace or had plans to do so. Another 17% said they were considering that step, while 49% said they did not plan to do so, and 6% didn’t know. “It sounds like this [24-hour rule] is becoming the norm,” said CIDRAP Director Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH, who moderated the session. About a third of the attendees were from the healthcare and pharmaceuticals sector, while 22% were in manufacturing, 14% in government, and 5% in financial services, according to a poll at the opening session. The results differed somewhat for hourly versus salaried employees. For school closures, 24% of respondents said their companies plan to give hourly employees paid time off, while 47% said they would not, and the rest said they didn’t know or the move was being considered. For salaried employees, 34% of the companies planned to provide paid time off for school closures, while 41% did not.center_img Another instant-poll question showed that 66% of the companies represented have embraced the federal guidance about when it’s safe for a recovering flu patient to return to work: 24 hours after fever subsides (without fever-reducing medication). Eighteen percent said their criterion was 7 days after fever resolves. Sep 25, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – Business officials who attended a conference this week on how the business world can cope with the H1N1 influenza pandemic said employee absenteeism was far and away their leading concern. Among the minority of companies that did buy antivirals, only 19% said they bought enough for all their workers, the polling showed. Thirty-one percent reported they bought the drugs for 10% to 49% of their employees, and 31% said they bought enough for fewer than 10% of the workforce. Health sector representatives at the conference were asked if their organizations were following federal guidance on the use of respiratory protection, which says that health workers in direct contact with flu patients should wear N-95 respirators. The guidance is controversial because most health workers find the respirators hot and uncomfortable, and hospitals often run out of them. Another poll finding was that only 34% of the groups represented at the meeting had stockpiled antiviral drugs to help protect their workers from the flu. Only 16% of the attendees said they had a supply of antivirals at home. Fewer than half of the organizations plan to pay employees for time off when they need to stay home to care for their children while schools are closed or to care for sick family members, according to polling conducted at the closing session on Wednesday afternoon. The conference drew around 300 people to downtown Minneapolis this week. It was hosted by the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP), publisher of CIDRAP News. “We looked at sourcing antivirals for 70,000 people, but it was an administrative and organizational mess,” Janko commented in a question-and-answer period. He said that in some foreign locations, government controls prevent the company from readily supplying antivirals to its workers. “We’ve taken the approach of communicating with our employees and educating them,” she said. CIDRAP Business Source Web sitehttp://www.cidrapsource.comlast_img read more

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Calculation of sojourn tax fees for boaters in 2019

first_imgAt the beginning of August 2018, the Government of the Republic of Croatia adopted a new Decree on the amount of sojourn taxes for 2019, which implies a reduction of sojourn tax fees for boaters by up to 60%.Namely, after the drastic increase in the sojourn tax in nautical tourism, the Ministry of Tourism took into account the opinions of numerous sailors, boat owners and the profession, and later reduced the amount of the sojourn tax. How much damage has been done will be seen at the beginning of the next nautical season, and hopefully these changes have been well communicated with boaters, in order to mitigate the damage. That is why we once again bring the calculation of the reduction of residence tax fees.In addition to reducing the amount of sojourn tax fees, the possibility of paying a lump sum for a period of 3 days is also being introduced. Also, it was announced that in addition to port captaincies and their branches, the sojourn tax can be paid in nautical tourism ports, ie marinas. The amounts of sojourn tax fees have been reduced the most for a period of one year.The following is a table of the amount of sojourn tax fees for 2019 and a comparison with the amounts of sojourn tax fees for 2018, published by ACI marina.Source: ACIRELATED NEWS:PROMOTION OF NAUTICS THROUGH THE PROJECT “CROATIA, FULL OF ISLANDS TO DISCOVER”RESEARCH RESULTS PRESENTED “ATTITUDES AND CONSUMPTION OF NAUTICIANS IN CROATIA – TOMAS NAUTIKA YACHTING 2017.”RESEARCH ON CAPACITY AND BUSINESS OF NAUTICAL TOURISM PORTS, 2017last_img read more

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