first_imgREPRO DIGITAL/ CHAMPLAIN VALLEY PRINTING ACQUIRES NEW HASSELBLAD CAMERA SYSTEMWinooski, Vermont- Repro Digital/Champlain Valley Printing today announced the purchase of the new Hasselblad H3D II 31 megapixel medium format camera for its Photographic Studio located at 450 Weaver Street in Winooski, Vermont.John Goodman, with more than 30 years experience, has been the resident Photographer at Repro/Champlain Valley Printing for over 14 years and was one of the first digital Photographers in New England. “The large 31 megapixel CCD Sensor provides a sharper, cleaner, more accurate image than any other DSLR type camera” noted Goodman. He continued. “This all means less time and money spent doing color corrections and other post production cleanup. Skin tones appear natural and color gradients are smooth and noise free.” Goodman also stated that “the fully integrated Hasselblad system allows us to shoot in even the most challenging lighting environments like mixing available light with studio flash to make natural looking room settings.”Goodman believes that the new Hasselblad camera system, combined with his 30 years of experience, provides the best photography value in Vermont.Repro Digital/Champlain Valley Printing, in addition to their state-of-the-art Photography Studio, provides their customers turn-key services including pre-press, one-color to four-color digital and offset printing with binding and finishing servicesFor more information contact John Goodman (ext. 18) or Roger Moylan (ext. 27) at 802-655-2800 or visit the Repro Digital/ Champlain Valley Printing website at www.Reprografx.com(link is external)last_img read more

first_imgAdib explained that based on IDI’s investigation, not all the doctors had been infected in treatment or isolation rooms. He gave an example of an orthopedic doctor who was exposed to the respiratory disease while operating on a patient who was only later found to be COVID-19 positive.Read also: COVID-19: Public urged to stop accusing medical workers of profiting from outbreakIDI has coordinated with the National COVID-19 task force to raise protection issues for medical workers.“Safety is really important because we don’t know when COVID-19 is going to end,” he said. “I hope that we can build a commitment with the government because we [medical workers] want to be protected.”IDI also confirmed that nine dentists have died from COVID-19 as of early September, in addition to 70 nurses, as reported by the Indonesian Nurses Association (PPNI).Previously, IDI spokesperson Halik Malik said the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the country has affected the well-being and performance of medical workers. A recent survey by the University of Indonesia’s (UI) School of Medicine also reveals that 82 percent of healthcare workers across the country are suffering from burnout.On Friday, health authorities announced 3,737 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country, putting the national tally at 210,940 with 8,544 fatalities and more than 150,000 recoveries. (mfp)Topics : The Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) has confirmed the deaths of five more doctors due to COVID-19, bringing the total count to 114 while also urging the government to provide better protection to medical workers fighting in the frontline of the ongoing pandemic.“Two days ago, 109 doctors [had died from COVID-19). Two more doctors died yesterday [Friday] and another three died today,” IDI mitigation team head Adib Khumaidi said on Saturday during a virtual discussion as reported by tribunnews.com.He said that East Java recorded the highest doctor fatalities with 29, followed by North Sumatra with 21. As many as 55 doctors, or around 50 percent of the tally, were general practitioners and the remainder specialists, he added.last_img read more

first_imgCaribbean Pre-Cadet Table Tennis C/ships 2018…GraceKennedy Money Services (GKMS), the agents of Western Union in Guyana is celebrating 25 years of dedicated service to the country and as part of our commemoration of this milestone, they are assisting the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) in their bid for supremacy in the Caribbean Pre-Cadet Table Tennis Championships currently taking place in the Dominican Republic.Members of the Guyana Table Tennis Association flanked by Western Union’s Marketing staff Dennis Heywood (left) and Tina Seabra at the presentation ceremonyThe GTTA have assembled 16 of its most talented, disciplined, scholastically inclined and brightest players to represent the country at these games and have reached out to corporate Guyana for assistance in sending the young charges to the August 24 to September 1 championship.According to GTTA President, Godfrey Munroe, the players selected represent the next generation and nursery of Guyana’s future champions. The players have been consistent in tournaments, while exemplifying and demonstrating great work ethics at a tender age. “We believe that our boys 13 years and under team includes a very formidable group of players and are strong candidates for medal performances and selection to the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Hopes programme,” Munroe stated.To this end GraceKennedy Money Services presented a sponsorship cheque to the association prior to their departure for the Dominican Republic. The sponsorship will assist in the air fare and accommodation of a team member, who is also fulfilling their dream of representing the Golden Arrowhead.The presentation was done by Western Union’s Marketing Assistant, Tina Seabra to GTTA Treasurer, Nkechi Mc Rae and other members of the team at the GKMS offices on Water Street, Georgetown.The Caribbean Cadet and Junior Championships is for girls and boys between the ages of 11 and 13 years and under in the Caribbean region. lt is a signature competition on the GTTA’s and Caribbean’s calendar of events, since its forms the basis for regional table tennis supremacy and incubator for the development of young emerging table tennis talents and. platform from which all of the region table tennis stars commence their journey.last_img read more