Broward Launches Public Dashboard to Track Local COVID-19 Business Complaints

first_imgThe database is searchable by Commission District, and by municipality, making it easy for residents to find out if a business they plan on patronizing is observing all the requirements of the Emergency Orders. Broward County’s Planning and Development Management Division today launched a public-facing dashboard of COVID-19 complaints about businesses not following sanitation, social distancing, facial covering and other reopening requirements contained in local Emergency Orders. The GIS-based website displays details about business complaints received, including: According to the dashboard, the most common type of violation is Failure to Follow Social Distancing. Other types of violations include Not Approved to Reopen, Not Following Sanitation Requirements; Not Following Appointment Guidelines, and Allowing More than 50% Indoor Capacity. 1,273 substantiated complaints received768 complaints are pending inspection363 warnings and citations have been issued142 complaints have been resolved Residents are encouraged to bookmark the dashboard at http://arcg.is/1riWfH and visit it frequently for updates in your area.center_img Name and location of businesses reported to be in violationNumber and type of warnings and citations issuedComplaint Outcomes (i.e. Warning Issued, Citation Issued, Resolved, or Pending Inspection) BROWARD COUNTY – As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to climb in Florida, and the nation prepares to enter a July 4 holiday weekend typically marked by large group gatherings and public celebrations, Broward County has launched a new tool to help residents ensure they are doing everything they can to contribute to a safer, healthier community and stop the spread of the coronavirus. Statistics through July 1, 2020 show:last_img read more

Juventus fires Maurizio Sarri. Who will be the team’s new coach?

first_imgMauricio Pochettino, currently out of work despite having led Tottenham to the Champions League final last season, also forms part of the list of names being considered to replace Sarri and he has been out of work since being sacked by Tottenham in 2019.Former Juve bosses Massimiliano Allegri and Antonio Conte have also been linked in recent weeks alongside club legend Andrea Pirlo, who recently took on his first coaching role with the Bianconeri’s Under-23 side.For now, however, it is understood that internal discussions are still in their infancy and no moves have been made to contact potential successors. It was decided that the 61-year-old former Chelsea and Napoli boss is no longer the man to take the club forward, with Juve’s signing of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid making clear that their intention was to win the Champions League after several years of near-misses.Juventus has fired coach Maurizio Sarri after the team’s Champions League exit.Despite winning Serie A for the ninth consecutive season, Juventus finished with 83 points, a +33 goal differential and 7 losses in league play, all their worst since 2010-11. pic.twitter.com/h47tuDVJWa— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) August 8, 2020The team released a statement on the news.”Juventus announces that Maurizio Sarri has been relieved of his post as coach of the first team. The club would like to thank the coach for having written a new page in Juventus’ history with the victory of the ninth-consecutive championship, the culmination of a personal journey that led him to climb all the divisions of Italian football.”Sarri’s future had been previously called into question despite leading the club to a ninth-successive Scudetto, with the former banker admitting himself that he had been struggling to impose his famous ‘Sarriball’ style on the squad.Indeed, following the first-leg defeat against Lyon, Sarri stated that his charges had been moving the ball too slow but that he would continue working with his players until “sooner or later this concept will get into their heads.”That admission will have done the Italian few favors as the board considered their options, with the feeling amongst those in charge that the head coach had failed to win over the players and that a new approach would be required to see the club progress.Who will be the new coach at Juventus?It is no secret that Simone Inzaghi is well liked by those at Continassa following his successful season with Lazio, while Zinedine Zidane – still under contract with Real Madrid – is another name that is never far from discussions in Turin. Juventus fired Maurizio Sarri following his team’s Champions League exit at the hands of Lyon.The Continassa hierarchy held a meeting following the Old Lady’s failure to progress to the quarter-finals of Europe’s premier club competition, with Sarri’s future at the club the only point on the agenda in the wake of the continental disappointment.last_img read more