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Shannon hosts first of the 2017 Intel Mini Scientist Regional Finals

first_imgNew high-end jobs for Shannon Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Facebook Only re-integration will solve Shannon Airport crisis Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media Pictured at Intel in Shannon was Intel Shannon General Manager Brian Aherne with Conor Mulcahy, Cian Mulcahy, Ben Sheehan and Eva Donnelly from Scoil Ide, Corbally, Co. Limerick.Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media Print Advertisement Pictured at Intel in Shannon was Intel Shannon General Manager Brian Aherne.Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media Pictured at Intel in Shannon was Luka Marginean from Cahir Boys National School, Cahir, Co. Tipperary.Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media Twitter Linkedin WhatsApp Pictured at Intel in Shannon was Intel Shannon General Manager Brian Aherne.Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media Pictured at Intel in Shannon was Ben Sheehan and Cian Mulcahy from Scoil Ide, Corbally, Co. Limerick.Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media No comment on reports that virus victim is medical professional RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email See more educational news hereSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Pictured at Intel in Shannon was Clara O Sullivan and Lucy Murphy Acheson from Knockea National School, Ballyneety, Co. Limerick.Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media Previous articleThe Outfit reform for Christmas gigNext articleKilkee presents ‘The Edge of Things’ Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsEducationShannon hosts first of the 2017 Intel Mini Scientist Regional FinalsBy Staff Reporter – December 14, 2017 2384 Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow 1 of 7 TAGSBarefield National SchoolC.B.SClareCorballyEnnisGalwayIntel Mini Scientist Regional Final’sIntel Shannon General Manager Brian AhernelimerickNational Grand FinalProjectsRoxboroughScoil an Spioraid NaoimhScoil ÍdeSixmilebridgeSt.Finnachta’s NSTipperary Shannon Chamber Webinar to help people cope with the stresses of COVID-19 Pictured at Intel in Shannon was JJ O Reilly from Kilmurry National School, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare.Photo: Oisin McHugh True MediaOn December 5th, the first of the 2017 Intel Mini Scientist Regional Finals was hosted at Intel in Shannon. Over 80 students from 24 different schools in Clare, Limerick, Tipperary and Galway took part with 5 projects being selected to go forward to the National Grand Final taking place in February 2018. The 5 winning schools, who were presented with their prizes by Intel Shannon General Manager Brian Aherne, were;Rough Sleep? Not Anymore! – Barefield National School, Ennis, Co. ClareRoboBall – Humans v Computer – Scoil Ide, Corbally, Co. LimerickWhy Does The Colour Spectrum Go White? – Scoil An Spioraid Naoimh, Roxborough, Co. LimerickThe Power of Tsunami’s – C.B.S, Ennis, Co. ClareDo you Know What Cross Contamination is? – St. Finnachta’s NS, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clarelast_img read more

COVID-19: Jokowi allows ‘mudik’, asks community units to monitor potential virus carriers

first_imgThe Jakarta administration, he said, had proposed that 3.6 million people in the capital be included in social safety net programs to help them cope with the economic effects of the city’s social distancing policies. The President himself said he was open to adjusting the dates of the Idul Fitri public holiday in consideration of people who will not be able to return to their hometowns for the annual exodus. With people still allowed to participate in the mudik, Jokowi also instructed authorities at the subdistrict and village level to tighten surveillance, saying that local authorities could also use village funds to act as a local social safety net.“I would like to encourage participation at the community level, be it through neighborhood units [RT] or community units [RW] so that travelers who come back from Greater Jakarta can be given ODP status,” said Jokowi from Bogor Palace, West Java.It is unclear how many people are expected to participate in the annual mudik this year. In 2019, as many as 19.5 million people across Indonesia returned to their hometowns during the exodus. In a previous Cabinet meeting on Monday, Jokowi said there had been indication that people, particularly informal workers in Greater Jakarta, had returned to their hometowns earlier than expected this year as economic activities slowed down after Jakarta declared the outbreak an emergency.The President has insisted that the government will not isolate provinces and cities to fight the COVID-19 outbreak, saying that the central government had chosen large-scale social restrictions as the main strategy to address the pandemic. The decision was made despite calls from public health experts and regional heads for the government to impose a lockdown for “red zone” areas, such as Jakarta, to prevent the disease from spreading further across the island of Java.Topics : Resisting calls from health experts, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo will not ban people from leaving Jakarta, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the country, for Idul Fitri, asking community heads in the regions to quarantine and cater to the needs of the vacationers soon after their arrival. “[The President] underlines that there is no official ban on people from participating in the mudik [exodus] during the 2020 Idul Fitri holiday. The returnees, however, must self-isolate for 14 days and will be given ‘people under observation’ [ODP] status, as per World Health Organization health protocol, and will be monitored by their respective local administrations,” presidential spokesman Fadjroel Rachman said in a statement on Thursday.Speaking in a teleconferenced Cabinet meeting on Thursday, Jokowi said the government had advised people not to go back to their hometowns for Idul Fitri, a tradition locally known as mudik, and had ordered regional heads to find ways to discourage people from traveling.    last_img read more