first_imgThe Department of Revenue announced on Saturday that the deadline for taxpayers to file their 2019 Pennsylvania personal income tax returns is extended to July 15. Taxpayers will have an additional 90 days from the initial deadline of April 15 to file. For the daily COVID-19 Report, visit here For all press releases regarding coronavirus, please visit here. Find the latest information on the coronavirus here. Photos of the state’s lab in Exton are available for download and use here. Coronavirus and preparedness graphics are available here near the bottom of the page: hereCommunity preparedness and procedures materials are available here. For an updated map with the number of cases, visit here. Updated coronavirus links: The Department of Revenue will also waive penalties and interest on 2019 personal income tax payments through the new deadline of July 15. This new deadline applies to 2019 tax returns and payments as well as estimated payments for the first and second quarters of 2020. HARRISBURG, Pa. (WBNG) — Pennsylvania gave an update on the coronavirus in the state on Saturday. All non-life-sustaining businesses must close to slow the spread of COVID-19Pennsylvania k-12 schools closed with guidance providedPostponing in-person events that consist of 10 people or more throughout the United StatesDiscretion for religious leaders in holding servicesNo visitor policies at all State correctional facilities and nursing homes to ensure the safety of inmates, residents, staff and visitors Restricted visitor policies in state centersRestricted visitor policies in assisted living and personal care homes For more coverage of the coronavirus, click here.center_img The Wolf Administration has announced: For more information, visit www.revenue.pa.gov, where you can find free tax forms and instructions. You can also visit the department’s pages on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for additional information. There are 3,766 who have tested negative for the virus, but with commercial labs being the primary testing option for most residents, data cannot be release on how many tests are pending. There have been two deaths statewide. The Pennsylvania Department of Health said in a press release that as of March 21, there are 103 additional positive cases of the coronavirus and one additional death in Allegheny County. The statewide total adds up to 371 positive cases, spread across 28 counties. Due to the high volume of business waiver requests, the Wolf Administration is delaying the order saying that all non-life-sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania must close to slow the spread of COVID-19. The revised time of enforcement is Monday, March 2 at 8:00 a.m.last_img read more

first_imgGerman shipbuilder Meyer Werft held a steel cutting ceremony for Saga Cruises’ first new cruise ship, the Spirit of Discovery, on February 28.With the event, the shipbuilder started the construction of the first sections and blocks for the new vessel at its Building Dock I in Papenburg.The UK-based cruise line informed that the Spirit of Discovery is scheduled to take to the oceans in just 18 month’s time when it joins the company in summer 2019.With a capacity to accommodate 999 passengers, the Spirit of Discovery is the first of two vessels which were ordered by Saga Cruises in January 2016 and September 2017, respectively.The second cruise ship, the Spirit of Adventure, is scheduled to be delivered in summer 2020.The ships each have an overall length of 236 metres, a width of 31.2 metres and a tonnage measurement of 58,250 GT.last_img read more

first_imgCristiano Ronaldo and his agent Jorge Mendes will finance three intensive care units for patients suffering from coronavirus at hospitals in Lisbon and Porto – with the donation worth £1million.The Portugal captain and Mendes have been in contact with the hospitals already and are planning to equip two wards in Santa Maria hospital in Lisbon and one in Santo Antonio in Porto.Wards in Santa Maria will come with ten beds and ventilators while the wing in Santo Antonio will have fifteen beds and ventilators. The chairman of the Santa Maria board of director has confirmed the donation, while Santo Antonio hospital have also revealed that the duo are helping out too.Daniel Ferro, president of Santa Maria, thanked the pair: ‘We were contacted by Jorge Mendes, who volunteered with Cristiano Ronaldo to finance two intensive care units for critical patients suffering from COVID-19.‘There are fans, monitors, infusion pumps, beds … all the equipment that constitutes an intensive care unit equipped to provide care to a COVID-19 patient.’It has been confirmed that the monetary value of the donations from the pair will top £1m.Mendes has been helping out financially with the coronavirus crisis over the last week.He provided 1,000 masks and 200,000 protective gowns to the Sao Joao hospital in Porto last week.The 54-year-old has also ordered eight further ventilators and will distribute them to hospitals across the country.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more