The new Law on Amendments to the Law on Catering Activity regulates the manner and conditions under which legal and natural persons may perform catering activity, and entered into force on 17 November 2018.Ugh where to start first hehe is a question that goes through my head first. When you just look at this abbreviated version of the Law, obligations and regulations, it is difficult for a person not to be sick and weak, let alone an entrepreneur who should be an accountant, lawyer, etc.… Too many regulations, various frameworks, administration that suffocates entrepreneurship. It is common knowledge that the fewer taxes and regulations, entrepreneurship flourishes, and instead of less administration and the influence of the State, we are more and more dealing with papers, instead of real business.The Ordinance will prescribe special standards for facilities in the household and family farm, which will achieve a diversity of accommodation tailored to the needs and interests of individual groups of guests.Providing the possibility of performing catering activities, in addition to special hospitals and health resorts, and other health care institutions, companies for performing health care activities and health care workers who independently perform private practice, in accordance with special regulations governing health care.Arrangement of a new type of facility in the household and on the family farm, facility for Robinson accommodation.Landlords who provide catering services in the household on 17 November 2018 on the basis of approval decisions issued by 1 September 2007, ie before the entry into force of the Ordinance on the classification and categorization of facilities in which catering services are provided in the household (Official Gazette no. 88/07.) or based on the decision issued on the occasion of a request made before 1 September 2007 shall , in order to continue the provision of catering services with emphasis tags for category (star) at the facility in which provide catering services, file a proper request for issuing decisions on approval for the provision of catering services in the householdetc.…Perhaps the whole situation is best described in the attached video where one entrepreneur describes his working day.However, in any case, there is an abbreviated version of the new Law on Amendments to the Law on HospitalitySide dish:Law on Amendments to the Law on Catering Activity
Published on September 30, 2013 at 12:35 pm Contact David: email@example.com | @DBWilson2 Syracuse and North Carolina State will kick off at 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 12 in Raleigh, N.C., the Atlantic Coast Conference announced Monday. The game will be televised on the ACC Regional Sports Network.The Orange’s trip to Raleigh will serve as its first road test in its new conference. SU opens up ACC play Saturday with a 3:30 p.m. start against No. 3 Clemson. The time of that game was announced Sunday after ESPN exercised a six-day option.The Wolfpack is 3-1 this season, but 0-1 in conference after losing to the Tigers on Sept. 19. NC State plays Wake Forest on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
The USC Department of Health sent out a memo Sunday informing students about recent developments regarding the coronavirus outbreaks. Despite the two cases confirmed in Los Angeles and Orange counties Sunday, there is no indication that the virus will affect the USC community, according to Chief Health Officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman. There is no quarantine in place for those returning from affected areas in China. Individuals can continue normal activities but are asked to monitor for flu-like symptoms. If experiencing symptoms, individuals are urged to seek immediate medical care. Van Orman said the University has been working closely with the Los Angeles Public Health Department to monitor developments closely. According to Sunday’s memo, there has been no evidence of person-to-person transmission in the California cases. Van Orman also urged students to keep in mind that the situation in China is more serious than in the United States and to be aware of how the situation may affect students, staff and faculty members who may have family in the affected areas. “If it were a student that [was] affected we would … [make] sure that [they have] appropriate medical care,” Van Orman said. “[We would use] contact tracing, where we identify who might have had contact with that individual during the potentially infectious period and those people are put under monitoring … They wouldn’t be restricted or quarantined.” “If I were to tell people to be worried about any communicable disease right now, it would be influenza,” Van Orman said. “The things that we’re recommending for influenza are also things that would protect against any other virus.” According to the provost’s letter, influenza shots cannot be administered to treat the coronavirus. However, Van Orman said the odds of a member of the USC community acquiring the virus are low and urges students to instead shift concerns to the flu. More than 2,000 cases have been confirmed worldwide, with 56 deaths occurring in and near Wuhan, China. Five U.S. cases have been confirmed, including the two incidents in California as well as three in Seattle, Chicago and Arizona. The Arizona case involves a student at Arizona State University who did not live in university housing. “We know that there are many members of the Trojan [Family] from that area,” Van Orman said. “[We want] to remind everybody to offer support to people and that there are a lot of students who are very worried about their loved ones.” Although officials are not worried that the virus will spread, the University is ready to work with the L.A. County of Public Health should a community member contract the virus.