Typhoon "Nepartak" on the Pacific coast いなべ
Typhoon "Nepartak" on the Pacific coast in Japan
The typhoon "Nepartak"
was located 70 kilometers south of the city of Morioka in Iwate Prefecture, moving at a speed of 25 km per hour in a northwesterly direction.
Wind speeds exceed 54 km per hour within 280 kilometers to the northeast and 220 kilometers to the northwest of the center of the typhoon.
33 mm of rainfall per hour was recorded before 8 am on Wednesday in the town of Rikudzentakata in Iwate Prefecture.
All flights at Haneda International Airport have been canceled.
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The city where the Tokyo Olympics are taking place is preparing hospitals with beds for patients with COVID-19, as the number of patients is approaching a record level - more than 3,000 cases
Infections in the city increased to 1429 on Monday compared to the week before.
The number of infections usually decreases after weekends and holidays, when the number of tests is reduced, so experts and politicians are closely monitoring Tuesday's figures, which should be published in the afternoon to get a clearer picture of the situation.
Hospitals have begun accepting more patients, and Tokyo plans to increase the number of beds to 6,406 from the current 5,967 beds by early next month.
Health experts have warned that seasonal factors, increased mobility and the spread of strains will increase the number of COVID-19 cases this summer.
July 24, Yang Qian won the first gold medal for the Chinese national team in air rifle shooting from 10 meters at the Olympic Games in Tokyo
The Russian scored 8.9 points in the final shooting, and the Chinese scored 9.8 points.
The number of coronavirus patients at the XXXII Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo reached 123
There is one athlete among the patients, but his name is not named.
He did not live in the Olympic Village and is not a member of the Japanese national team.
The organizers have promised to hold safe Olympic and Paralympic Games with quarantine rules and testing to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
But the positive results continue to be recorded on a daily basis amid concerns about whether COVID-19 countermeasures are being taken properly.
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The total number of COVID-19 infections among participants in the Tokyo Olympics and staff reached 71
71 people received a positive result at COVID-19. New cases of infection have also been reported among staff associated with the Olympics. This category includes team officials and sports staff.
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The best athletes in the world, who arrived in Tokyo for the Olympics, will rest on cardboard beds
The beds are made by the Japanese company Airweave ㅡ it is the official partner of this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
In total, the company made 18,000 beds and mattresses.
In Japan, members of the Self-Defense Forces are searching for missing persons at a landslide site after heavy rains in Atami
80 people are missing. Officials have previously said 113 are missing.
According to the official, among the missing people may be those who were not in the city during the village. Authorities are now working to confirm their whereabouts.
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Landowners must be consulted. NO OTHER WAY AROUND THAT!... member of the congress claims that bill no.17 of 2021 "will amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act deals with an administrative matter that will assist in ease of doing business and also benefit iTaukei landowners". However, there are procedures that needs to be followed. A bill will be drafted and introduced by the sponsors and co sponsors. The committee and subcommittee will have their review of the bill. various studies will be made and committee will develop ideas, votes are cast to refer the bill back to the full committee. The bill also goes to the full chamber and any other chamber where votes are casted and debates take place. The President makes the final decision considering the votes and views of the members of the parliament.
Not sure that the amending legislation will come into full force on the 1st of August if the members of the parliament follow the full procedure a bill must go though before becoming a law.
Appointment of New Associate Head, School of Social Sciences
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Raymond Madden as the Associate Head of School (Malaysia) for School of Social Sciences (SoSS) starting 1 August 2021.
With significant experience of both academia and business, Raymond has held a number of academic roles as former Director of Research at London Business School, Associate Dean for Cass Business School and visiting professor at École Supérieure de Commerce de Paris and the International University of Malaya – Wales. He was also head of global learning for ABN AMRO Bank, Lloyds Banking Group and head of learning and professional development for the ICAEW. Most recently he was CEO for the Asian Institute of Finance, a think tank established by the Central Bank of Malaysia. He was made an honorary Companion of the Institute of Leadership and Management UK in 2018. His passion for teaching and writing industry-based case studies has led to him publishing over 30 cases and numerous applied research reports.
With his wealth of experience, Raymond will be a strong contributor to both Edinburgh Business School and the wider success of the School of Social Sciences globally. Raymond is also passionate about the work that we are doing through the EmPOWER programme and is keen to contribute to the enhancement of our student development activities.
Owing to the Enhanced Movement Control Order, Raymond will be working from home for this period and we will share his business contact details at a later stage.