The Hanoitimes - Hanoi has listed 13 acts of violation and corresponding punishments ranging from administrative fine to criminal prosecution. The Hanoi Department of Justice has made public a list of penalties for violating Covid-19 pandemic prevention regulations, with the highest penalty up of to VND20 million (US$849.23) and criminal prosecution, Kinh te & Do thi newspaper reported. Police enforces mask wearing regulation. Photo: VNA The list details 13 acts of violation and corresponding punishments ranging from administrative fine to criminal prosecution in accordance with the Criminal Code. 1. Not wearing a face mask in public places is punishable with a fine of VND300,000 (US$12.74). 2. Indiscriminate dumping of used face masks will be subject to a fine of between VND5 million (US$212.31) and VND7 million US$297.23). 3. A person who conceals his or her own Covid-19 infection or others infected with Covid-19 will be fined VND2 million … [Read more...] about How Hanoi penalizes offenders of Covid-19 pandemic prevention rules?
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Volvo puts an emphasis on utility in the Big Apple by bringing its range-topping XC40 and the V60 wagon. Volvo will have a pair of North American debuts at the New York Auto Show by premiering the 2019 XC40 in range-topping Inscription trim and the 2019 V60 there. Update: Volvo XC40 Pure Electric Version Coming This Year 2019 Volvo XC40 vs. 2018 Jaguar E-Pace Comparison: Ex-Step-Sibling Showdown Volvo will announce full details about the features that make the XC40 Inscription special. However, the company's image shows elements like leather upholstery with nicely bolstered seats up front. Black pieces decorate the door panels and pillars, and there's gray wood trim. Metal surrounds the infotainment screen. On the outside, the model features attractive wheels with five sets of dual spokes. The Swedish automaker also promises the Inscription has "unique features and an expanded list of standard equipment that is uncommon in the compact premium SUV … [Read more...] about 2019 Volvo XC40 Inscription Arrives In New York In Highest Trim
Every week, wheels.ca selects a new vehicle on sale in Canada and takes a good look at its entry-level trim. If we find it worthy of your consideration, we’ll let you know. If not, we’ll recommend one that earns a passing grade. Few names in the automotive sphere are as recognized as Prius. The model showed up over twenty years ago, taking the competition to school in terms of providing a reliable yet fuel-efficient hybrid car. It’s gone through a few permutations since then — including a stint where it looked like an unfinished science project — and now takes a regular seat at the segment’s head table. For 2021, Toyota offers four different trims of Prius, including the base model shown here. It’s powered by a gasoline-fuelled 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine paired with an electric motor. Together, they make 121 horsepower while running on gas, electricity, or a combination of both depending on driving conditions. The transition between modes is smooth, by the way, and requires no … [Read more...] about Base Camp: 2021 Toyota Prius
Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders , the first Black leader of Canada’s largest municipal police service, is resigning July 31 — a surprise move that comes with eight months left in his contract and amid growing calls for police reform locally and across North America. Monday’s sudden announcement, which has stunned both rank and file and higher-ups in his own force, comes at a time of upheaval for Saunders’ profession. Just three days ago, Saunders — an officer of 37 years, all of them in Toronto — took a knee as a sign of solidarity with protesters decrying police use of force against Black citizens and amid growing calls to “ defund” police organizations . By then, he knew he was leaving. Days before, Saunders had advised the Toronto police board and Mayor John Tory that he was stepping down early — despite the civilian police board last summer extending his contract into a sixth year, to April 2021, so he could continue his central task of modernizing the force. But … [Read more...] about Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders — the force’s first Black leader — steps down, stunning his own staff
You would think running a transcontinental studio, and managing a team spread over two countries and three locations would be enough to keep anyone busy, especially someone with two kids. Not for Courtney Arcese, founder of Lovebrain Films. In 2018, she launched the children’s clothing company, Wild Sundays, that offers cute and cheerful clothes for little ones three years and under. There are a number of things I really like about Wild Sundays. Firstly, the prints are adorable. Secondly, Arcese uses the business to enable other mums as well as female designers and manufacturers. Thirdly, she’s made sustainability a priority in how she’s both producing and packaging her products. And of course, they’re well made. Here's how Arcese is pursuing her creative journey. TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF. I am originally from Minnesota, but lived in New York City for six years before relocating to Singapore. I was always creative but I never connected my passion for video, content creation … [Read more...] about Creative Capital: The expat who is bridging worlds through videos and kidswear