Doctors claim they were fined in full quarantine

The fines to the staff of Health began to arrive in the days when the agreement between the Municipality of Neuquén and the Automated System of Parking lot Measured (SEAM) fell. Apparently between “mid-June and July”, the benefit of workers linked to the health system, which excluded them from paying for parking in the center of Neuquén, was not valid and now they have “accumulated tickets.”

Hugo Otaño, a surgeon at the Imaging Clinic, assured that he was parking correctly since the pandemic began. “At the end of March, from Human Resources they warned us that with a paper they gave us we should not pay for parking and that’s how it was,” he said.

From that day until now, Otaño went to work at the health center located in the Neuquén center and used the benefit they gave him. “But now the fines are coming to me for having parked badly during those two weeks that that agreement fell,” he said angrily to LM Neuquén and he assured that at least five more companions happened to him the same thing.

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When he received the first ballot, the surgeon made the claim in SEAM. “They rejected it saying that at that time there was no form of payment accredited in any way at that time and that, whatever, I had to discharge to the Municipality and I did so,” he said.

“In the Muni they told me something similar, that since the agreement had fallen in those days that they could not do anything,” he added and described that he feels that “they pass the ball and nobody solves this problem.”

“It seems to me that it is ridiculous that they do not agree and we fell into the health people turned around. In other words, the doctors have to pay the consequences of their bureaucracy, while we are in the trench”, expressed Hugo Otaño and asked that “someone Take charge”.

“Until now I have only received two fines of 630 pesos, but I have three colleagues from here and two from the Bouquet Roldán Hospital who have had the same thing and surely there are many more,” he concluded.

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Time zones on New Year’s Eve: when is New Year’s Eve in Honolulu? – Panorama

By Michael Setzer / dpa

If it gets boring on New Year’s Eve: Here comes 1A small talk material for communicative dry spells at the turn of the year – when and where the corks pop. Worldwide.

Stuttgart, Bielefeld, Cologne (photo) – we have the corks popping at 0 o’clock. But when exactly is the rest of the world celebrating New Year’s Eve?

Photo: dpa / Christophe Gateau

Stuttgart – New Year’s Eve is hard work: It will take a whole 26 hours for 2020 to arrive in all time zones worldwide. If you have friends, acquaintances or relatives all over the world – or if the festive society should run out of things to talk about on New Year’s Eve:

From 11 a.m. onwards, you can professionally call “Cheers New Year!” Of course, you can also include a “Hach, Bangladesh is already 2020!” At 7 p.m. Always looks good.

But be careful, please: If you do this too conscientiously or even with sparkling wine or liqueurs, you may not even be able to see your “own New Year” at home.

Ten … nine … eight … seven …

Here is an overview – (according to Central European Time, CET) from the morning of December 31 to midday of January 1 with a small selection of countries and locations.

– 11:00 a.m .: Samoa and Christmas Island / Kiribati


– 12:00 p.m .: New Zealand

– 1.00 p.m .: Tuvalu in the Pacific

– 2:00 p.m .: Much of Australia, including Sydney

– 3:00 p.m .: parts of Australia, including Brisbane

– 4 p.m .: South Korea and Japan

– 5 p.m .: Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore

– 6 p.m .: Thailand, Vietnam

– 7:00 p.m .: Bangladesh and Bhutan

– 7.30 p.m .: India and Sri Lanka

– 8:00 p.m .: Maldives and Pakistan

– 9:00 p.m .: Armenia, United Arab Emirates

– 10:00 p.m .: Turkey, Russia’s capital Moscow, Kenya

– 11:00 p.m .: Greece, Finland, Baltic States, Romania

– 00:00 a.m .: Germany and large parts of the EU

– 01:00 a.m .: Great Britain, Portugal, Iceland

– 02:00: Cape Verde

– 3:00 a.m .: parts of Brazil, including Rio, São Paulo

– 04:00 a.m .: Argentina, Uruguay

– 5:00 a.m .: Bolivia, Venezuela

– 6:00 a.m .: US East Coast with New York, Cuba, Peru

– 7:00 a.m .: Mexico City and parts of the USA (Chicago)

– 8:00 a.m .: parts of Canada (Calgary) and the USA (Denver)

– 9:00 a.m .: California in the USA with Los Angeles

– 10:00 a.m .: Alaska (USA)

– 11:00 a.m .: Honolulu in Hawaii (USA)

– 12:00 p.m .: Pago Pago (American Samoa)

– 1:00 p.m .: Baker Island and Howland Island in the Pacific (uninhabited)

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