WhatsApp Facebook By Tommie Lee – January 27, 2021 0 245 Struggling South Bend eateries could receive grants of up to $2,000 each soon.WSBT reports that the money would come from half a million dollars that was approved by the common council last month, and would be divided by the 250 restaurants licensed by the city.The city had access to the extra funds, which could be released as early as Friday, because it spent its CARES Act money on police and fire payroll. Twitter Previous articleCass Co. Sheriff’s investigating hit-and-run collisionNext articleCici’s Pizza files for bankruptcy Tommie Lee Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Pinterest Google+ Money help could be coming for struggling South Bend restaurants Twitter
National Police chief Gen. Idham Azis has issued an edict announcing that the police will take strict action against people who conduct mass gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the edict, dated March 19, Idham urged the public to refrain from organizing mass gatherings in public places or private properties. Several examples of mass gatherings prohibited by the edict include social meetings, workshops, music festivals, carnivals, sports events, fairs, mass protests and family receptions. Topics : Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan declared a 14-day state of emergency in the capital city on Saturday in an effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.He urged all stakeholders – including corporations, social organizations and religious groups – to take drastic action to prevent the spread of the disease during the state of emergency.”Officers from the Jakarta Police, the Jakarta Military Command and provincial administrations will be out in the field on Monday to make sure everybody obeys the policy.”Indonesia reported 514 confirmed COVID-19 cases nationwide with 48 deaths as of Sunday afternoon. “If the situation is pressing and cannot be avoided, mass gatherings should be conducted with participants maintaining a safe distance from each other and they must follow the government’s COVID-19 prevention procedures,” he said. He also warned the public to refrain from stockpiling food and other basic necessities. “Police officers are required to take the necessary police action according to prevailing laws and regulations should they find any party violating this edict,” Idham said.President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo recently called on the public to work, study and worship from home to prevent a nationwide outbreak, but he stressed that the government was “not leaning toward issuing a lockdown policy”.