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SBM Holdings Ltd (SBMH.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Banking sector has released it’s 2017 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about SBM Holdings Ltd (SBMH.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the SBM Holdings Ltd (SBMH.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: SBM Holdings Ltd (SBMH.mu) 2017 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileSBM Holdings Limited is licenced as a commercial bank by the Bank of Mauritius and provides personal banking products and services, including savings accounts and term deposits; home, personal, educational loans, auto lease for cars and prepaid, debit, and credit cards. The bank also provides corporate and institutional banking products and services comprising working capital finance and project finance, as well as finance for the acquisition and installation of energy efficient and renewable energy equipment. SBM Holdings Limited together with its subsidiary businesses in Kenya, Mauritius, Madagascar and India, is known as SBM Group. SBM Holdings Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/794647/house-in-el-paso-ignacio-arrillaga-plus-walter-m-parola Clipboard Projects House in El Paso / Ignacio Arrillaga + Walter M. ParolaSave this projectSaveHouse in El Paso / Ignacio Arrillaga + Walter M. Parola Area: 344 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/794647/house-in-el-paso-ignacio-arrillaga-plus-walter-m-parola Clipboard Save this picture!© Ramiro Sosa+ 26Curated by Danae Santibañez Share Manufacturers: Der Electricidad, Germat, Hc Aluminio, Ineco, Manni, Rubro SanitarioTechnical Work Direction:Ignacio Arrillaga, Walter M. Parola, José Lopez MottaStructurre:Amelia TorrieriSemi Covered Surface:63 m2 Project Team:Ignacio Arrillaga, Walter M. Parola, Ramiro Vera, Tamara MoroniCity:Santo ToméCountry:ArgentinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Ramiro SosaRecommended ProductsRenders / 3D AnimationEnscape3D Real-Time Rendering SoftwareDoorsSolarluxBi-Folding Doors – EcolineDoorsAir-LuxPivoting DoorDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceText description provided by the architects. The project is located in the Country Club EL PASO, from the city of Santo Tomé, Argentina. It is implanted in a regular field of 20 x 40 mts subject to strict special internal regulations, where a single family home on two floors is resolved and approximately 400 m2Save this picture!© Ramiro SosaAs basic criteria for the design, it was chosen to enhance the relationship inside the house with the surrounding land from the provision of social environments in direct connection with the semi-open spaces (gallery – BBQ space) and open (screeds, pool), allowing simultaneous use from the opening of the windows system. In addition, we sought to generate views back on the site where a golf course is displayed (as visual focus of major attraction) from the disposition of all the main rooms of the house in the rear, open to that main perspective.Save this picture!PlanOn the other hand, as specific request of the owners, we sought to solve a front design that allows to preserve the inside privacy of the housing respect to the street. For this it generated a design with strategic openings that meet the entry of natural light and ventilation requirements and a single large central opening on the top floor that achieves a broad perspective of the site from the main circulation. It is perceived as a single gesture from the street to rank income.Save this picture!© Ramiro SosaFrom the morphological point of view, the house proposes to reduce the minimum necessary as a means of expression, eliminating any unnecessary or accessory item and using the evidence of their constructive and functional nature as an aesthetic resourceSave this picture!© Ramiro SosaProject gallerySee allShow lessHarvard Announces Winners of 2018 Richard Rogers FellowshipsArchitecture NewsNew Visualizations Show How London’s Skyline Will Look in 2026Architecture News Share Argentina “COPY” “COPY” ArchDaily Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project 2012 CopyHouses•Santo Tomé, Argentina CopyAbout this officeIgnacio Arrillaga + Walter M. ParolaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSanto ToméArgentinaPublished on January 05, 2018Cite: “House in El Paso / Ignacio Arrillaga + Walter M. Parola” [Casa El Paso / Ignacio Arrillaga + Walter M. Parola] 05 Jan 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
384 total views, 6 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 New CEO for City ArtsNottingham charity City Arts has appointed Suzannah Bedford as its new CEO and Creative Director. Bedford is former Creative Director of regeneration charity The Renewal Trust, and brings a wealth of experience to the organisation. Previous roles also include Relationship Manager at Arts Council England and General Manager for Talawa Theatre Company as well as Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre. She takes up her new role on 6 January. IoF Insight in Fundraising SIG appoints Jon Kelly as ChairThe Institute of Fundraising’s Insight in Fundraising SIG has announced that Wood for Trees’s Deputy MD Jon Kelly is taking over from Nick Mason as Chair in the New Year. Kelly has been Treasurer for the Insight in Fundraising SIG since 2018, and has been at Wood for Trees for 10 years. Having previously headed up the analytical side of the business there, he took on the role of Deputy MD in 2018. 383 total views, 5 views today Sir John Low to step down as CAF Chief ExecutiveSir John Low will step down as Chief Executive of the Charities Aid Foundation during 2020 after a successor has been appointed. Sir Low was appointed in 2007 and has served more than 12 years at the helm. Under the leadership of CAF’s Chair, Sir James Leigh-Pemberton, a sub-committee of Trustees will oversee the recruitment process and Russell Reynolds Associates has been appointed to search for the new Chief Executive. Dominic Will joins Personal Fundraising Services as Director of Partnership Personal Fundraising Services (PFS) has hired Dominic Will as Director of Partnerships. Will, who was previously Managing Director of Home Fundraising, is being brought in to drive the growth and development of the PFS brand and further explore the potential for collaborative working and strategic partnerships across the company’s operations. Melanie May | 17 December 2019 | News Moore Kingston Smith announces new MD for Fundraising & Management unitMoore Kingston Smith, the accountancy and business advisory firm, has announced that Mark Salway is joining its Fundraising & Management unit as Managing Director. He brings vast experience not only in charities but also accountancy, industry and social enterprise. An expert in cost structures and finance strategy, he will significantly enhance the Fundraising & Management unit’s work, both internally and externally. Who’s moving? New CEOs for St John Cymru, City Arts, & In Kind Direct Tagged with: Charity People Recruitment / people Cure Leukaemia appoints former Jaguar UK chief As ChairmanCure Leukaemia has appointed former Managing Director of Jaguar UK, Geoff Cousins, as its new Chairman. Cousins brings a wealth of commercial experience and business acumen to help guide Cure Leukaemia through its transition from a regional charity to a national organisation. From January 2020, thanks to support from Deutsche Bank, Cure Leukaemia will begin investing £3million over a three-year period, funding clinical positions at 12 blood cancer centres across the UK, to form the Trials Acceleration Programme (TAP) network. These funded positions will connect pioneering treatments for blood cancer with patients from a catchment area of 20million through clinical trials. Andy King joins Remarkable PartnershipsAndy King has joined Remarkable Partnerships. King is an award-winning corporate partnerships manager, having been involved in the world of fundraising since 2012. He has spoken at a number of fundraising conferences, and is also the co-host of the ‘Fixing Fundraising’ podcast. St John Cymru announces new Chief Executive Officer Helen SmithWales first aid charity St John Cymru has appointed Helen Smith as Chief Executive Officer. Smith has been a pivotal part of the organisation utilising her skills as Director of Finance for the past five years. Since acting as CEO since February 2019, she will now take the lead on the diverse arms of the charity and encourage an innovative, efficient and commercial approach while continuing to deliver the organisation’s strong care and social objectives; ensuring maximum impact across communities throughout Wales. In Kind Direct announces Rosanne Gray as new CEOIn Kind Direct has appointed Rosanne Gray as its new Chief Executive, replacing Robin Boles, who retired this month. For the past eighteen years Gray has worked in a variety of organisations from large corporations such as Shell, entrepreneurial start-ups to foundations focused on developing solutions to social and environmental problems. This has included founding CottonConnect, a global business working to transform the world’s cotton supply chains, leading the Virgin Foundation (Virgin Unite) and most recently running a tech start-up that empowers small companies to get online. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. This latest round up of charity sector movers includes Sir John Low stepping down from Charities Aid Foundation, and new charity CEOs appointments at St John Cymru, City Arts, and In Kind Direct.
News News News Listed as a “foreign agent”, Russia’s most popular independent website risks disappearing RSF_en June 2, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders condemns the Tatarstan supreme court’s decision on 15 January to uphold blogger Irek Murtazin’s 21-month prison sentence on a charge of defaming the president of Tatarstan, Mintimer Shaimiyev, in a September 2008 post on the LiveJournal website suggesting that Shaimiyev might have died of ill-health while on holiday. Murtazin used to be Shaimiyev’s press spokesman.As well as defamation under article 129 of the criminal code, he was also convicted under article 282 of inciting hatred and hostility towards a social group in his book “Shaimiyev: the last president of Tatarstan.” The court ruled that its criticism of Shaimiyev was an attack on all the authorities of Tatarstan, a republic 700 km east of Moscow that is part of the Russian Federation. The ruling is without precedent in Russian legal history.“Murtazin’s conviction is clearly a political reprisal by the region’s highest official,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We hope that the Russian supreme court, to which Murtazin intends to appeal, will recognise that this decision sets a dangerous precedent for free expression in the country’s blogosphere.”The press freedom organisation added: “Bloggers and online journalists are being prosecuted with increasing frequency in Russia in connection with their views. The Internet is an unparalleled area of freedom for Russians and it is vital to protect it from all attempts to bring it to heel.”Murtazin is to be transferred from the pre-trial detention centre in which he has been held until now to a prison camp pending the outcome of the appeal he has said he will file before the Russian supreme court. Russian Internet users and activists are meanwhile undertaking initiatives in his defence and his photo and reports about the local government’s legal actions against him have been posted on various websites.Murtazin posted his blog entry about Shaimiyev’s possible death after days went by without any word about him during a trip he made to Turkey. Shaimiyev has been the Republic of Tatarstan’s president since 1989.Read the press release in Russian / Читать на русском : RussiaEurope – Central Asia RussiaEurope – Central Asia January 21, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 21-month jail sentence for blogger sets dangerous precedent May 5, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts Two Russian journalists persecuted for investigating police corruption Read articles in Russian about the case in the Russian media Russian media boss drops the pretence and defends Belarus crackdown to go further News May 21, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information Related documents CPMurtazineRU-2.pdfPDF – 212.42 KB Follow the news on Russia Organisation
Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch Facebook Advertisement Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Twitter Theft of antiques watchesA BURGLARY at a property on Aisling Drive in Clareview is under investigation after entry was gained through the rear of the house.Gardai say that a witness observed three males leaving the property through the front door.A substantial amount of Jewellery was taken, an antique watch approximately 80 years old, gold tie pins, gold bracelet and a pearl fob.Members of the public with any information should contact Gardai in Mayorstone Park who are investigating on 061 456980. Email #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Previous articleLeague returns after cup exitNext articleUniversity of Limerick graduates more likely to get jobs Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin WhatsApp Watches and jewellery takenA ROBBERY in the Lower Park road area of Corbally in the early hours of last Sunday morning is under investigation by gardai after an extensive amount of valuable jewellery was taken.The Culprits are described as one male, slim build, brown hair, mid to late twenties accompanied by a female companion in her early twenties.Entry was gained to property through a down stairs window; a number of rooms were ransacked during the course of this incident.The items included five Guess watches, one distinctive Guess watch is rose gold in colour, three Tiffany necklaces, one with a blue key charm, another with a blue heart charm and the last with a silver lock.Gardai at Mayorstone Park are investigating and would appreciate any information from members of the public. Perhaps someone saw something suspicious in the area between the hours of 05:00am and 5.30am.Members of the public can contact Mayorstone Park Gardai on 061 456980. Armed raider produced knifeGARDAI are investigating an armed robbery on William Street where a raider produced a kitchen knife at a retail premises on the city centre street.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The business was entered by the partially masked male, wearing an orange/mustard hoodie closed tightly around his face, he had a sleeveless fluorescent jacket on with green print on the back, wearing tracksuit pants and white runners.Gardai say that the raider approached the counter in the premises armed with a large kitchen knife and demanded money from the personnel in the premises.Upon activation of the panic alarm the culprit fled the scene on foot turning left up William Street.Any person with information regarding this incident Garda in Henry Street are investigating and can be contacted on 061 212400 or alternatively the Garda Confidential line on 1800 666 111. NewsCommunityCrime & CourtLimerick Garda crime fileBy Staff Reporter – August 29, 2013 1199 Gardaí across Ireland take on viral dance challenge RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Thieves early for schoolA NATIONAL School in the Dooradoyle area was broken into last week.The burglars gained entry through the skylight on the roof but it is understood that nothing was taken during the raid.Gardai in Roxboro road are appealing for anyone who may have been in the area at the time to come forward with any information they have regarding this incident.Roxboro Road Gardai can be contacted on 061. 214340. Assaulted for phoneA YOUNG man was left traumatised and injured on Upper Henry Street in the early hours of last Monday morning when two males approached and struck him in the face before taking his mobile phone.The young thugs were described as being of medium build where one was wearing a black hoodie and the other male was wearing a lighter colour hoodie with white stripes.Gardai at Henry St would be grateful to any member of the public who witnessed this incident to contact them on 061 212400. Print TAGSCrimeGardaIrelandMusic Limerick #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy
Oregon Symphony Appoints David Danzmayr as New Music Director Twitter TAGS Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 WhatsApp Pinterest PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– The Oregon Symphony is proud to announce that acclaimed Austrian-born conductor David Danzmayr will serve as its next Music Director with the launch of its 2021-2022 season and the symphony’s 125th anniversary year. Regarded as one of today’s most gifted conductors, Danzmayr recently served as Chief Conductor of the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra and Music Director of ProMusica Chamber Orchestra. He has conducted orchestras at some of the world’s most prominent concert halls in Germany, Italy, Scotland and major cities across the United States. Danzmayr follows esteemed Music Director Carlos Kalmar, who has held the position with the Oregon Symphony for the last 18 years. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005045/en/ Renowned international conductor, David Danzmayr, joins the Oregon Symphony as music director. (Photo: Business Wire) “We are thrilled to have David joining the Oregon Symphony as a creative leader with a unique artistic vision,” shares Scott Showalter, Oregon Symphony President and CEO. “His inaugural season, with the implementation of his Creative Alliance, reflects his desire to embrace wide-ranging cultures while inspiring and challenging audiences, and is sure to open another rich chapter in Oregon Symphony history.” Danzmayr holds a strong belief that a composer’s musical expression is shaped by their personal environment, family heritage and culture, which will be reflected in the Symphony’s 2021-2022 season programming and launch of the Oregon Symphony Creative Alliance. Danzmayr’s vision unites a wide-range of musical innovators to create vibrant work from unique perspectives. Under Danzmayr, the Creative Alliance will feature extraordinary artists and cultural thought leaders, including Nathalie Joachim, Gabriela Lena Frank, Jun Märkl, Gabriel Kahane, Simone Lamsma and Johannes Moser. “The Oregon Symphony is one of the county’s top orchestras, with talented musicians and a passionate community, and I am honored to have been selected as its next Music Director,” says Danzmayr.” As part of my agenda, I’m committed to building upon the Symphony’s high standard of excellence with music that is meaningful to Oregon audiences.” Danzmayr will join the four-time Grammy-nominated Oregon Symphony for its pivotal 125th anniversary, marking a profound milestone as the Symphony continues its legacy as the oldest orchestra in the Western United States. “Oregon is proud to share 125 years with our beloved Oregon Symphony, and I want to personally welcome David Danzmayr as its new Music Director,” says Gov. Kate Brown. “The Oregon Symphony is one of our state’s artistic treasures, and the last 18 years with Carlos Kalmar as Music Director have been phenomenal. I can’t wait to see what the symphony achieves under David’s leadership.” The Oregon Symphony will announce its 2021-2022 season in March 2021. For information about David Danzmayr, visit www.orsymphony.org/Danzmayr. About Oregon Symphony Led by Music Director Carlos Kalmar, the Oregon Symphony serves more than 235,000 people annually through concerts and award-winning education and community programs. The Symphony continues to innovate through series such as SoundSights, Sounds of Home and SoundStories. Follow the Oregon Symphony on Instagram and Facebook. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005045/en/ CONTACT: Grady Britton [email protected] 503.972.8821 KEYWORD: NORTH AMERICA UNITED STATES EUROPE AUSTRIA CANADA OREGON INDUSTRY KEYWORD: GENERAL ENTERTAINMENT ARTS/MUSEUMS ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC SOURCE: Oregon Symphony Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 01:15 PM/DISC: 02/09/2021 01:15 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005045/en Local NewsBusiness Twitter Previous articleThe Latest: WH: Will increase vaccine supply next weekNext articleG2 Reveals Best Software Companies for 2021: GoCardless Earns Multiple Spots on Prestigious List Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp
Google+ Prosecutions could be close as cross border dumping investigations continue By News Highland – May 7, 2012 Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Newsx Adverts Authorities on both sides of the Border are said to be closing in on companies responsible for large-scale illegal dumping 10 years ago.Prosecutions are being sought against a number of firms who illegally transported 250,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste across the Border to be buried, with files being prepared on both sides of the border.Today’s Irish Independent reports that Files are being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions in the Republic and the Crown Prosecution Service in the North over 17 illegal dumping sites. The rubbish was brough across the border between 2001 and 2004, and instead of being brought to legal landfills, it was dumped at knockdown prices at unlicensed private sites.The Environmental Protection Agency in the Republic and the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) have been investigating those suspected of being behind the illegal dumping for the past two years.Already the NIEA has secured three convictions against a number of property owners for illegally depositing waste from the Republic.A total of 50,000 tonnes of waste has already been brought back across the border and properly disposed of in Donegal and Louth.A recent study said insufficient enforcement of cross-border waste shipment regulations by local authorities, particularly in the Republic, is one of the reasons for the widespread illegal dumping. Previous article“I won’t resign” says Cardinal Brady during Lough Derg visitNext articleDonegal Live Register figures fall again News Highland WhatsApp Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApp
Ovidiu Dugulan/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 283,000 people worldwide.Over 4.1 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to testing shortages, many unreported cases and suspicions that some governments are hiding the scope of their nations’ outbreaks.Since the first cases were detected in China in December, the United States has become the worst-affected country, with more than 1.3 million diagnosed cases and at least 79,699 deaths.Here’s how the news is developing Monday. All times Eastern: 1:16 p.m.: Over 5K NYC deaths that weren’t classified as confirmed or probable COVID-19 cases may still be linked to pandemicA new report released Monday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) examines the 32,107 total deaths reported in hard-hit New York City from March 11 to May 2.Of those deaths, 24,172 were found to be in excess of the expected baseline.Out of those 24,172 deaths, 13,831 were confirmed to be related to COVID-19, and another 5,048 were likely linked to COVID-19.Does warmer weather slow coronavirus?That left 5,293 excess deaths that were not identified as either confirmed or probable COVID-19 cases — and the report says those fatalities “might have been directly or indirectly attributable to the pandemic.”“The percentages of these excess deaths that occurred in persons infected with SARS-CoV-2 or resulted from indirect impacts of the pandemic are unknown and require further investigation,” the CDC said.12:30 p.m.: NY state preps to begin reopening businessesIn New York state, this upcoming Friday marks the end of the statewide closure. Now the reopening preparations shift toward different regions of the state, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.Certain low-risk businesses and recreational activities can open Friday, including landscaping, gardening, tennis courts and drive-in movie theaters.Among the metrics regions must meet to reopen include: a 14-day decline in hospitalizations or under 15 new hospitalizations and a 14-day decline in hospitalized deaths or under five new deaths.“Some regions are ready to go today,” Cuomo said.The reopening of businesses will be divided into phases.Phase 1 includes the reopening of curbside pickup retail, construction and agriculture. Phase 2 openings include administrative support, retail, professional services and real estate.11:52 a.m.: Delaware presidential primary pushed back a 2nd time to July 7Delaware’s presidential primary, which was initially postponed to June 2 due to the coronavirus, has now been pushed back again to July 7.This marks the fourth state to delay a primary twice, along with Connecticut, Louisiana and Georgia.Only four primaries are now on the schedule for May: Nebraska, Oregon, Hawaii and the Virgin Islands. 10:55 a.m.: In Jersey City, asymptomatic residents can get testedIn Jersey City, New Jersey, testing for the coronavirus was expanded last week to include asymptomatic residents.“We’ve had a significant impact here from the pandemic — we’ve had more than 6,000 cases and more than 300 fatalities,” Mayor Steven Fulop told ABC News.The mayor said Jersey City is testing more than any other city in the state, including antibody testing and asymptomatic testing.For a Jersey City resident to be tested, “you don’t need to show any symptoms whatsoever,” the mayor said.Bringing America Back: The post-pandemic workplace and more to know“We are testing smaller businesses that ask for all of their employees to get tested and some medical offices that are looking to reopen and do non-emergency work and emergency-type dental work,” Fulop said. “Then we are sending regular rotations out to our senior homes, the more vulnerable communities so we can recognize clusters earlier.”10:20 a.m.: In NYC, all 3 tracking progress indicators heading in right directionIn hard-hit New York City, all three tracking progress indicators are headed in the right direction, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday.On Saturday, 55 people were admitted to New York City hospitals for suspected COVID-19 — down from 69 on Friday.“That sure is heartening compared to where we were,” de Blasio said.The city had 537 people in intensive care units with suspected COVID-19 on Saturday — down from 540 on Friday. Of those tested across the city, 13% were positive for the coronavirus — down from 17% on Friday.When the New York City subways were shut down for overnight cleaning early Monday, police and nurses engaged 261 homeless individuals. Of those, 139 people accepted help and were taken to either a hospital or shelter, de Blasio said.The mayor called this major progress for protecting the city’s homeless. In the six days since the overnight subway shutdown started, the number of homeless New Yorkers willing to accept help has been “very consistent,” he said.De Blasio said this “gives me hope that we’re gonna be able to get a number of homeless people once and for all off the streets.”9:25 a.m.: France slowly emerges from strict lockdownFrance slowly reopened Monday after nearly two months of being under one of the strictest quarantine measures in Europe amid the coronavirus pandemic. The biggest change for the more than 60 million living in France will be the freedom again to leave their homes without a permission form, which indicated their justification for leaving was among a list of seven approved reasons. Starting Monday, people won’t be compelled to stay home and will be allowed to gather in groups of up to 10 people inside or outside. Small shops and markets can open with restrictions on the amount of people, while bars, restaurants, cafes and large museums will remain closed. Many schools will reopen Tuesday. With the reopening of some 400,000 companies and the return of 875,000 workers, mask-wearing will be mandatory on public transportation.Jogging and other individual sports activities, which had been banned during the day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., will be allowed again in Paris at all times. However, movements between regions and administrative districts will be restricted: people are asked not to go further than a 100-kilometer radius (62 miles) from their home, unless they can show a compelling reason. France still faces the challenge of, in the prime minister’s words, being “split in two.” Four regions, including the greater Paris area, are still in the “red” zone to signify remaining pressure on hospitals, and they will remain under stricter guidelines, with middle schools, parks and public gardens staying closed. France is one of the worst-affected European nations in the pandemic. More than 177,000 people there have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and over 26,000 have died, according to a count kept by Johns Hopkins University.8:03 a.m.: Confusion reigns as England eases out of lockdownU.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced modifications to the lockdown currently in place across the country as well as a phased plan to reopen society, but the measures were roundly criticized as lacking clarity. In a televised address to the nation on Sunday evening, Johnson said that England had changed its formal government slogan to “Stay Alert, Control the Virus, Save Lives,” from the previous guidance which said that people must “stay at home” to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus and protect the National Health Service (NHS). The new messaging puts England at odds with the three other countries of the United Kingdom. While the rules on social distancing remain in place, members of the public, starting on Wednesday, will be allowed to leave their homes for unlimited amounts of exercise, to sunbathe and drive to other destinations. Fines for those who break the measures, which are still limited to spending time with members of your own household, will be increased, Johnson said.The prime minister also announced that new plans to quarantine travelers entering the United Kingdom would be introduced “soon.” The U.K. has thus far been one of the few countries in the world to remain open for foreign travel. Johnson will be laying out the plans in more detail before Parliament on Monday. But the government’s messaging has been criticized by opposition lawmakers as sowing a sense of confusion for ordinary citizens and businesses, after a week in which headlines in the national press indicated that Johnson’s address would herald a far more substantive lift to the lockdown measures currently in place. The national governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have indicated they will continue to adhere to the previous official advice of “Stay at Home, Protect the NHS, Save Lives,” despite the modifications announced by Johnson. Although Johnson is the prime minister, public health legislation is devolved to national governments within the U.K.6:36 a.m.: Italy reports lowest daily death toll and caseload since MarchThe number of deaths from the novel coronavirus in Italy rose by 165 on Sunday, according to the country’s Civil Protection Agency.It’s the lowest daily toll reported in the country’s epidemic since March 9. Italy’s nationwide death toll from the virus now stands at 30,560 — the third highest in the world, after the United States and the United Kingdom.Italy’s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases also fell on Sunday to 802 from 1,083 the previous day, according to the Civil Protection Agency. It’s the first time since early March that the number of new infections reported in a single day in Italy were under 1,000.Italy’s total number of diagnosed cases now amounts to 219,070 — the third highest global tally, behind the United States and Spain.Once the worst-hit country in Europe, Italy was the first nation in the world to impose a nationwide lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. Last week, Italy began to slowly lift the strict lockdown by easing some restrictions.5:50 a.m.: Russia sees yet another record daily rise in COVID-19 casesRussia saw yet another record daily rise in COVID-19 cases on Monday, with 11,656 new infections reported over the past 24 hours.It’s the ninth day in a row that Russia has reported more than 10,000 new cases of COVID-19. The latest daily tally shatters the country’s previous record of 11,231 new infections reported on Thursday, according to data released by Russia’s coronavirus response headquarters.Russia has the world’s second-fastest rate of new infections in the coronavirus pandemic, behind the United States.Overall, Russia has reported 221,344 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 2,009 deaths. The country’s mortality rate has remained relatively low with just 94 fatalities reported in the past 24 hours, according to the coronavirus response headquarters.Moscow still has the bulk of the country’s reported infections, with 6,169 new cases reported over the last 24 hours, bringing the citywide total to 115,909. The Russian capital has been under strict lockdown since March 30.4:47 a.m.: Wuhan reports cluster of cases after a month without new infectionsWuhan, the Chinese city that was ground zero of the coronavirus pandemic, is experiencing a cluster of new coronavirus cases for the first time in a month, health officials said.The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission reported Monday that five new locally-transmitted infections were confirmed in the city, the capital of central China’s Hubei province, arising from a previously asymptomatic patient who then spread the virus to four others in her residential compound, according to the official state-run Xinhua News Agency.The five new cases of COVID-19 were among a total of 17 new confirmed infections reported on the Chinese mainland over the past 24 hours. Seven of those cases were imported from abroad, according to China’s National Health Commission. There were no new deaths reported.The fresh wave of infections hit just days after China downgraded the entire country from high- to low-risk for the novel coronavirus. Mi Feng, a spokesperson for the National Health Commission, told a press conference in Beijing last week that the decision was made as the number of new infections continues to hover just above zero and no new deaths have been reported for 22 consecutive days.But the city of Shulan in northeast China’s Jilin province raised the risk level from medium to high after a new locally-transmitted case was reported Thursday. The National Health Commission said Monday that three new cases were reported in Jilin province.On Sunday, the risk level of Wuhan’s Dongxihu district was also escalated from low to medium after a new locally-transmitted case was confirmed there over the weekend, according to Xinhua News Agency.China was once the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. The first cases of infection were detected in Wuhan back in December. Since then, the Chinese mainland has reported 82,918 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 4,633 deaths. Currently, 141 people with the disease remain hospitalized, according to the National Health Commission. 3:30 a.m.: White House considers new measures after staffers test positiveAdditional measures are being put in place in the West Wing after two aides on the White House campus tested positive for the novel coronavirus, ABC News has learned.While attendees of meetings have been semi-spaced out in recent weeks, there hasn’t been a six-foot distance between them and aides haven’t been seen wearing face masks. Sources told ABC News more aides may start wearing masks, though they will not be required to do so.One measure under consideration is that aides must maintain a six-foot physical distance during meetings, including ones with President Donald Trump, a senior-level source told ABC News.There is a list of over a dozen people who will be tested daily for the virus before reporting to work in the West Wing, multiple sources said.In addition, any others who are scheduled to meet with the president on a particular day will be tested.The testing takes place in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, adjacent to the White House.“We are going to continue to conduct business but not run the risk of being potentially infected by a common source,” a personal familiar with the discussions of potential new procedures told ABC News.Secret Service agents close to the president and in the vicinity of the Oval Office will also begin wearing face masks, sources said. The Secret Service declined to comment Sunday night.Some agents already on the ground during Trump’s Arizona trip last week were seen wearing face masks.White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said on Friday that the White House “is probably the safest place you can come to,” despite confusion internally about what the Trump administration was actually doing to keep the building and its employees safe since they don’t follow social distancing measures.Over the weekend, Meadows worked with the White House medical and security units to put additional protocols in place, sources said.“Any meetings the president goes to, people will maintain maximum social distancing measures,” one administration official told ABC News.There were also discussions over the weekend about separating Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. But, at this point, multiple officials said that’s unlikely and the pair will still attend meetings together.Pence did not self-quarantine over the weekend, despite his press secretary Katie Miller being diagnosed with COVID-19 on Friday. There was some confusion as to whether he did because he was not in attendance for a Saturday meeting at the White House.Last week, a U.S. military service member who works at the White House campus and serves as a valet to the president also tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Since then, some teams inside the White House have unilaterally decided to work from home.Many aides who were in meetings with Miller have been contacted, especially those that were sitting near her, according to meeting seating charts seen by ABC News. It is not clear whether additional administration officials are self-quarantining as a result of coming into contact with anyone who has tested positive for the virus.Sources said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a prominent member of the White House coronavirus task force, and Dr. Deborah Birx, the coronavirus response coordinator, are scheduled to be at the White House for meetings on Monday. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. 11:26 a.m.: Illinois’ governor working from home after senior staffer tests positiveIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker is working from home after a senior staffer tested positive for COVID-19.The staffer, who does not have symptoms, tested positive late last week after being in close contact with Pritzker and other staff members, the governor’s office said. Pritzker has tested negative twice; his most recent negative test was on Sunday.Pritzker and his staff “will follow Illinois Department of Public Health guidance and work from home for an appropriate isolation period,” his office said.