Surgeon sentenced to15 years in France’s biggest ever paedophilia case

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A retired French surgeon has been sentenced to 15 years in jail at the end of his closed-doors trial for the rape and sexual abuse of four children in the first part of France’s biggest ever paedophilia case.

Joel Le Scouarnec, 70, remained impassive as the verdict was read out on Thursday at the court in Saintes, western France, keeping his arms crossed without a glance at his victims, who embraced each other, overcome with emotion.

Le Scouarnec, who could have faced 20 years behind bars after being found guilty on all charges, will also be subject to a three-year supervision order at the end of his sentence. He has 10 days to appeal.

Judge Isabelle Fachaux said that despite a 2005 conviction for viewing child pornography, Le Scouarnec had continued to offend, making a lengthy jail term necessary.

“We are really satisfied… it’s a fair sentence,” said Francesca Satta, the lawyer for one of the victims, who had reported Le Scouarnec in 2017.

In his final words to the court, Le Scouarnec said he did not expect leniency, according to lawyers present at the trial, which was held behind closed doors at the victims’ request.

“I do not ask for forgiveness or compassion… only the right to become a better man again,” he was quoted as saying.

“He explained that he had a lot of regrets… without necessarily asking for an apology. He knows that what he did is unforgivable,” his lawyer Thibaut Kurzawa said.

Possible second trial

The once-respected doctor and father of three sons now faces a possible second trial involving hundreds of cases of sexual assault or rape.

Le Scouarnec was charged in 2017 after testimony from one of his victims, his neighbour’s six-year-old daughter.

The investigation quickly uncovered three others — two of his nieces, raped between 1989 and 1999, and a hospital patient who was only four in 1993.

Prosecutors say searches of Le Scouarnec’s home uncovered archives detailing sexual assaults or rapes of as many as 312 victims, both adults and children, starting in 1986 while he worked at hospitals in central and western France.

Police found more than 300,000 indecent images of minors, including pictures of his two nieces.

Le Scouarnec admitted assaulting the four children but initially denied the rape charges.

During the trial, which started on Monday, Le Scouarnec admitted having raped his nieces, now aged 35 and 30. His admission “did them a lot of good”, according to their lawyer Delphine Driguez.


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Italy, US mark grim records as global Covid-19 deaths surpass 1.5 million

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The world passed the grim milestone of 1.5 million coronavirus deaths on Thursday, as several nations planned to deliver much hoped-for vaccines early next year to break the cycle of lockdowns and restrictions.

US President-elect Joe Biden said that on his first day in office he would ask Americans to wear masks for 100 days to help reduce transmission of the virus that is again surging in the country with the world’s highest number of deaths and infections.

“I’m going to ask the public for 100 days to mask. Just 100 days to mask—not forever,” Biden said in excerpts of an interview to be broadcast on CNN later Thursday.

But even as the latest positive news about a vaccine was announced, with the Moderna candidate showing it confers immunity for at least three months, several countries marked new Covid-19 records.

The US, for instance, posted an all-time high of more than 210,000 new cases in a 24-hour stretch to Thursday evening, meanwhile notching more than 2,900 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.

And Italy registered 993 deaths, topping its previous record of 969 earlier in the year when it was the first European country to be affected by the pandemic.

Italy records 993 new Covid-19 deaths, an all-time high

To build trust in vaccines after they are approved, the 78-year-old Biden said he was willing to be vaccinated in public—following up on similar commitments from former US presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

Biden also used the interview to say he had asked the government’s top infectious disease specialist Anthony Fauci to join his Covid team and serve as a chief medical adviser.

But in a sign of the difficult work ahead, California announced new statewide bans on gatherings and non-essential activities, as hospitals in the nation’s most populous state face being overwhelmed.

Vaxx hack

The pandemic is showing little sign of slowing, with more than 10,000 new deaths recorded worldwide every day since November 24 – a rate never reached before, according to an AFP tally.

As the world tires of economically crippling restrictions, attention has turned to the race for a vaccine.

Britain on Wednesday became the first Western country to approve a Covid-19 vaccine for general use, piling pressure on other countries to swiftly follow suit.

But Fauci said Britain “rushed” its approval process.

“In all fairness to so many of my UK friends, you know, they kind of ran around the corner of the marathon and joined it in the last mile,” he told CBS news.

He later walked back his comments, saying he had “a great deal of confidence in what the UK does both scientifically and from a regulator standpoint.”

Also on Thursday, a study showed that the Moderna vaccine, which was recently demonstrated to have 94 percent efficacy, causes the immune system to produce potent antibodies that endure for at least three months.

In anticipation of such vaccines being approved, France announced that its vaccinations will be free and begin in January for one million elderly in retirement homes, February for 14 million at-risk people and spring for the rest of the population.

France was also mourning the latest high-profile figure to succumb to Covid-19, former French president Valery Giscard d’Estaing, who died at the age of 94.

Belgium’s government also said it intends to start vaccinating its most vulnerable in January.

But the raised hopes didn’t only garner the attention of governments—IBM said Thursday that hackers are targeting the Covid-19 vaccine supply chain.

The tech giant said it was “unclear” if a series of cyber attacks it uncovered against companies involved in the effort to distribute doses around the world had been successful.

IBM could not identify who was behind the attacks, but said that the precision of the operation signals “the potential hallmarks of nation-state tradecraft”.

‘Vaccine cannot undo damage’

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that even if vaccines are quickly approved, the world would still be fighting the pandemic’s aftershocks.

“Let’s not fool ourselves. A vaccine cannot undo damage that will stretch across years, even decades to come,” Guterres said while opening a special UN summit on the virus.

Guterres reiterated his call that vaccines be considered a “global public good” that are shared around the world.

More than 180 countries have joined Covax, a global collaboration initiative by the World Health Organization to work with manufacturers to distribute vaccines equitably.

A reminder of the pandemic’s society-altering effects came again Thursday with a landmark announcement from Warner Bros. studio, which said it will release its entire 2021 slate of movies on HBO Max streaming and in theaters simultaneously.

But some British football supporters were given a reminder of pre-pandemic days as Arsenal welcomed a crowd of 2,000 for Thursday’s Europa League win over Rapid Vienna.

It was the first time in 270 days that fans were back inside a Premier League ground.


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Emri i presidentit, a do të dalë nga tryeza e partive politike?

Kryeministri Hoti ka paralajmëruar një tryezë që pritet t’i mbledhë të gjitha partitë politike për çështjen e presidentit

Ka një muaj që postin e presidentit të Kosovës, po e ushtron kryetarja e Kuvendit.

Vjosa Osmani po e ushtron këtë pozitë, pas dorëheqjes së ish presidentit Hashim Thaçi.

Ndërkohë, që partitë politike akoma s’ janë pranë konsensusit për të zgjedhur dikë në këtë pozitë.

E për të gjetur një zgjidhje për këtë çështje, kryeministri Avdullah Hoti ka paralajmëruar një tryezë që pritet t’i mbledhë të gjitha partitë politike.

“s’ jemi ulur në tryezën e partive politike për të parë së pari a ka vullnet të zgjidhet një president dhe Po qe se ka vullnet, cilat janë propozimet e partive politike. E dimë propozimin e AAK-së tash po duket edhe të PDK-së besoj në ditët e ardhshme do të organizohet kjo tryezë ta shohim se si mund të shkojmë… Është vështirë të them se vetëm në tryezë mund t’i gjejmë ato zgjidhje, besoj që në ditët e ardhshme mund ta dimë“ ka thene Avdullah Hoti, Kryeministër i Kosovës.

Deri me tani vetëm Aleanca për Ardhmërinë e Kosovës ka nominuar zyrtarisht kandidatin e saj për postin e presidentit.

Bëhet fjalë për Rmaush Haradinajn, ndërsa nga ky subjekt politik janë të prerë se s’ do të përkrahin kandidaturë të dikujt tjetër.

Ndërkohë, Partia Demokratike e Kosovës që së fundmi ka bërë ne dije se do të përkrah Ligjin për Rimekëmbje Ekonomike, bëjnë me dije se s’ kanë ujdi me askë për postin e presidentit.

Madje edhe kjo parti do të përkrah vetëm një kandidat të propozuar nga ta.

Ndërkohë njohësit e rrethanave politike në vend vlerësojnë se prapa votave të PDK-së mund të fshihet përfshirja e saj në Qeveri apo edhe çështja e presidentit të Kosovës.

Vjosa Osmani mund të ushtroj postin e presidentit për një periudhë gjashtë mujore.

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Fëmijët me nevoja të veçanta pritet të mbështeten me 800 tabletë

UNICEF në bashkëpunim me Ambasadën Amerikane pritet që të ndajnë 800 tabletë për fëmijët me nevoja të veçanta.

Sipas të dhënave nga UNICEF, rreth 345 mijë fëmijë në nivelet parashkollore, fillore dhe të mesme s’ e kanë vijuar mësimin në shkolla gjatë bllokimit, duke rezultuar kështu në një numër të fëmijëve që s’ mund ta ndjekin shkollimin për shkak të mungesës së teknologjive ndihmëse.

Sipas të dhënave të vitit 2020, vetëm 53% e familjeve në Kosovë posedojnë kompjuter ose tablet.

“Si reagim ndaj kësaj situate, si pjesë e marrëveshjes së nënshkruar midis Ambasadës Britanike dhe Ekipit të Kombeve të Bashkuara në Kosovë për një seri ndërhyrjesh të integruara dhe gjithëpërfshirëse shëndetësore dhe arsimore, UNICEF-i do t’i dhurojë 800 tabletë për fëmijët me aftësi të kufizuara dhe do ta mbështesë emërimin e 35 asistentëve të mësimdhënësve për fëmijët me aftësi të kufizuara”, thuhet në njoftim.

Sipas njoftimit të UNICEF, në fushën e arsimit, projekti do të ofrojë mbështetje në aspektin e sigurisë së shkollave duke monitoruar respektimin e rekomandimeve për parandalim të COVID-19 në shkolla dhe duke ofruar mbështetje për fëmijët me nevoja të veçanta ose ata që janë në rrezik të braktisjes së shkollës.

“Një fokus i veçantë i projektit do të jetë tek gratë dhe vajzat e reja. Megjithëse fëmijët s’ janë grupi më i prekur i kësaj pandemie pasi që kryesisht janë kursyer nga efektet direkte klinike të COVID-19, kriza pandemike ka një efekt të madh në jetën dhe mirëqenien e tyre”, thuhet në njoftim.

Murat Sahin, Shef i Zyrës së UNICEF-it në Kosovë ka theksuar se është rritur hendeku i të mësuarit midis fëmijëve nga familjet më të pasura që ishin në gjendje të vazhdonin mësimin në distancë përmes mjeteve digjitale dhe atyre nga familjet më të varfra që filluan të mbesin prapa në mësime.

“Përkundër veprimeve të shpejta me mësimin në distancë, provat sugjerojnë se humbja në të nxënit për Kosovën do të jetë e pashmangshme dhe e konsiderueshme me c’rast një pjesë e madhe e nxënësve do të bien në analfabetizëm funksional dhe do të ketë rritje të niveleve të braktisjes së shkollës. Në këtë aspekt, shqetësim specifik përbëjnë fëmijët me nevoja të veçanta”, ka thënë Sahin.

ndërsa, Ambasadori Britanik në Kosovë Nicholas Abbott ka thënë se në Ditën Ndërkombëtare të Personave me nevoja të veçanta janë bërë bashkë për t’i rritur përpjekjet për të punuar drejt arsimit gjithëpërfshirës përmes programit të financuar nga MB për ta përmirësuar jetën e fëmijëve me nevoja të veçanta në Kosovë.

“Mbretëria e Bashkuar është e përkushtuar për ta ndryshuar jetën e atyre që janë ndër më të rrezikuarit në botë, për t’i dhënë fund diskriminimit dhe stigmës kundër personave me aftësi të kufizuara dhe për të punuar drejt një bote më të përparuar, duke mos lënë askënd anash”, ka thënë Abbott.

ndërsa, Ushtruesja e Detyrës së Presidentit të Kosovës, Vjosa Osmani theksoi që përfshirja e personave me nevoja të veçanta duhet të jetë pjesë e agjendës për t’u siguruar që ata të gëzojnë të drejta të plota dhe të bëhen anëtarë të barabartë dhe produktiv të shoqërisë sonë.

“Ne kemi dështuar të ofrojmë mbështetje për personat me aftësi të kufizuara dhe ky është momenti i fundit që fjalët t’i kthejmë në veprime”, ka thënë Osmani.

I hartuar në konsultim me zyrtarët përkatës në ministrinë e shëndetësisë dhe arsimit, projekti prej 2.5 milion dollarësh me titull Kthimi në Normalen (e Re) në Kosovë: Forcimi i qëndrueshmërisë përmes një kthimi të sigurt dhe gjithëpërfshirës të normalitetit në shëndetësi dhe arsim gjatë COVID-19 është zbatuar nga UNFPA, UNICEF-i, UN Women dhe Organizata Botërore e Shëndetësisë.


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‘Nobody Sees Us’: Testing-Lab Workers Strain Under Demand

In March, April Abbott dragged a hospital bed into her office at Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Ind. In the nine months since, she has slept in it a half-dozen times while working overnight in her clinical microbiology laboratory, where a team of some 40 scientists toils around the clock running coronavirus tests.

These all-night stints in the lab pull Dr. Abbott, the director of microbiology at Deaconess, away from her husband and three children, the oldest of whom is 8. A couple of times a week, she heads home for dinner, then drives back to work after the kids have gone to bed. She is at the lab when machines break. She is there to vet testing protocols for the lab. She is there when new testing sites open, flooding the lab with more samples to process.

“I do it because there is always more work to be done than the hours to do it in,” she said.

Nearly a year into a pandemic that has claimed more than 272,000 American lives, some 192 million tests for the coronavirus have been processed nationwide. Millions more will be needed to detect and contain the virus in the months ahead. Behind these staggering figures are thousands of scientists who have been working nonstop to identify the coronavirus in the people it infects.

Across the nation, testing teams are grappling with burnout, repetitive-stress injuries and an overwhelming sense of doom. As supply chains sputter and laboratories rush to keep pace with diagnostic demand, experts warn that the most severe shortage stymieing America’s capacity to test is not one that can be solved by a wider production line or a more efficient machine. It is a dearth of human power: the dwindling ranks in a field that much of the public does not know even exists.

When shortages arise, “there’s workarounds for almost everything else,” said Karissa Culbreath, the medical director and infectious disease division chief at TriCore Reference Laboratories in New Mexico. “But people are irreplaceable.”

In the absence of trained workers to process and analyze the nation’s tests, America’s diagnostic infrastructure will not merely wrinkle and slow, experts said. It will collapse.

“Doctors and nurses are very visible, but we work behind the scenes,” said Marissa Larson, a medical laboratory scientist supervisor at the University of Kansas Health System. “And we are underwater.”

The gold standard in coronavirus diagnostics hinges on a decades-old laboratory method called polymerase chain reaction, or P.C.R. The method is a signal amplifier: It can copy genetic material, including fragments of the genome of the coronavirus, over and over until it reaches detectable levels, making the virus discoverable even when it is extremely scarce in the body. P.C.R. is the metric against which all new testing techniques are compared; in the diagnostic landscape, few can match its ability to root out infection.

But such accuracy comes at a cost. Even highly automated forms of P.C.R. require people to handle tubes, babysit machines and scrutinize ambiguous results.

P.C.R.-based coronavirus tests also deal in DNA, the molecular language in which the human genome is written. The coronavirus, however, stores its genetic information in a close cousin called RNA, which must first be carefully extracted from virus particles, then converted to its more testable counterpart before diagnostics can proceed.

When laboratories are well stocked, P.C.R. diagnostics can run from start to finish in just a few hours. But since the spring, laboratories around the country have been hamstrung by severe, often unpredictable shortages of chemicals and plasticware needed for these protocols.

And caseloads have skyrocketed; America’s testing capacity has increased since March, but it has been vastly overtaken by the demand for tests.

“The spring pales in comparison to what we are experiencing now,” said Dr. Culbreath, of TriCore, which has run more than 600,000 coronavirus tests.

Amid the pandemonium, labs must still work through their queues for other infectious disease tests, including for sexually transmitted infections. “Labs are trying to maintain our standard of operation with everything else, with a pandemic on top of it,” Dr. Culbreath said.

Darcy Velasquez, a medical technologist at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora, where cases continue to surge, is fighting to keep pace with some of her institution’s highest sample volumes yet. Her shifts in the lab begin at 5:30 a.m., sometimes to a double-door refrigerator already brimming with 500 tubes, each containing a fresh patient swab and a small volume of liquid — more than a full day’s work for one person.

Ms. Velasquez typically spends the first couple hours of her day frantically trying to clear as much of the backlog as she can before another batch arrives around 8 a.m., when the local clinic opens.

As much as an hour of that time might be spent simply de-swabbing samples: manually unscrewing and rescrewing caps and plucking out swabs, all without contaminating one sample with the contents of another.

“Sometimes you walk into these refrigerators full of specimens and you think, ‘I don’t even know where to start,’” Ms. Velasquez said.

At Georgia’s state public health laboratory, direct handling of patient samples must be done with extra safeguards to minimize the chances of exposing personnel to infectious virus. Taylor Smith, a virologist and technologist at the lab, spends a large fraction of her workday in a full-body gown, sleeve covers, two pairs of gloves, an N95 respirator and goggles.

Simply donning it all is exhausting. And although Ms. Smith has long been deft with lab instruments, the work always feels high-stakes, she said: “You’re constantly thinking about how to not contaminate yourself.”

To keep their experiments running, lab workers must be proficient mechanics. The instruments needed for diagnostic tests were not built to run continuously for months on end. But as more facilities transition to 24/7 testing, malfunctions and breakdowns have become more common, requiring people to fix them.

Tyler Murray, a clinical laboratory scientist at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, spends his days listening for telltale alarms — a sign that one of his instruments has failed or is low on chemical ingredients.

“I make sure I talk nicely to them,” Mr. Murray said of the lab’s machines, which he decorates with gleaming gold stars when they perform at their best. “I say, ‘Hey bud, you worked hard this week, I’m proud of you.’”

But morale is low among the humans. After 10-hour shifts at U.T.M.B., Mr. Murray heads home and lies on the floor beside his two cats, Arya and Cleo. “The fatigue builds,” he said. “You can’t help but feel it.”

The monotonous motions that lab workers engage in daily take a physical and mental toll. Technologists are nursing repetitive-use injuries, a result of hours of maneuvering tubes and pipettes, which take up and dispense liquids with the press of a plunger. Workers must also be vigilant sanitizers, pausing regularly to swap out soiled gloves, clear their workspaces of plastic debris and scour surfaces with harsh chemicals that leave their clothes freckled with stains.

“We’re accustomed to holding things up in the background,” said Natalie Williams-Bouyer, the director of the division of clinical microbiology at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. “We enjoy doing it because we know we’re helping people.”

But the enduring anonymity of testing labs has begun to splinter some spirits. Elizabeth Stoeppler, a senior medical technologist in the molecular microbiology lab at the University of North Carolina’s School of Medicine, said that an old volleyball injury, which inflamed a tendon in her elbow years ago, had flared up after months of long stints in the lab. A few of her co-workers are wrestling with carpal tunnel syndrome.

The strain has begun to affect Ms. Stoeppler outside of the lab. She bolts awake at 3 a.m., panicked about the previous day’s work. She recently started a prescription medication to improve her chances of getting a full night’s sleep.

“There’s signs everywhere that say, ‘Heroes work here,’” she said of her hospital. She loves her job, she added. “But nobody sees us. We’re just in the basement, or in the back.”

On a good day in a diagnostics lab, the phone might ring only a few times, with messages from clinicians inquiring about samples. But when “things are going poorly, it just rings off the hook,” said Rachael Liesman, the director of clinical microbiology at the University of Kansas Health System, where she frequently clocks 15-hour shifts.

To keep the lab on track, Dr. Liesman has put in some hours running tests herself — a task that is not a part of her normal job description. “It’s very strange to have your director on the bench,” said Ms. Larson, a supervisor in the lab. “When you see that, some flare guns should be going up.”

In mid-November, Dr. Liesman’s lab suffered a three-day stretch during which a supply of chemicals nearly ran dry on a Friday, then a pair of machines failed on Saturday and Sunday.

“We were basically drowning in specimens” by Monday, she said. “I was paged by three different providers while brushing my teeth.”

Morale in the labs has flagged as the country continues to shatter records for caseloads, hospitalizations and deaths. The nation’s testing experts know these statistics better than anyone: They count the numbers themselves, sample by sample. But they are also easy targets of criticism and complaint.

“There is always this undercurrent of, it’s never good enough,” said Dr. Abbott, of Deaconess Hospital in Indiana. “It’s devastating. We’re working as hard as we can.”

Chelsa Ashley, a medical laboratory scientist at Deaconess, aches to be home with her three children, to whom she is a single mother, after 13-hour shifts in the lab. Once there, she struggles to leave her work behind.

“There’s that panicked feeling that I should have stayed to take care of our community samples,” she said. “There’s guilt, when you walk away.”

In the past few months, Ms. Ashley’s children, who are 18, 13 and 10, have had to become substantially more self-sufficient. Shaylan, her youngest, rouses herself from bed at 5:50 a.m. every day to spend a few moments with her mother before she heads off to work.

“Even if it’s only 10 minutes, it’s 10 minutes that we talk,” Ms. Ashley said. “That is one thing that has not changed.”

For some, the tidal wave of stress brought on by the pandemic has proved untenable. Since March, scientists have trickled out of laboratories, leaving chasms of expertise in a field that for years has struggled to recruit fresh talent.

Joanne Bartkus, the former director of the Minnesota Department of Public Health Laboratory, retired from her position in May after a dozen years on the job. She pinned one of the pandemic’s crucial inflection points to March 6, the day President Trump publicly remarked that “anybody that wants a test can get a test.”

“That was when the poop hit the fan,” Dr. Bartkus said. Within about a week, her team went from receiving fewer than a dozen coronavirus testing samples each day to being inundated with roughly 1,000 daily specimens.

It was unlike anything Dr. Bartkus had seen in her years at the institution. In 2009, the year of the H1N1 flu pandemic, Minnesota’s public health laboratory tested about 6,000 patient samples. This spring, it broke that record in a couple of weeks.

Dr. Bartkus, who is 65, had already planned to retire before the year was up. By the time April came, she had hastened her timeline to May: “It didn’t take me long before I said, ‘OK, I’m done with this.’”

In interviews, several scientists noted that they were struggling to fill vacancies in their labs, some that were left open by overwhelmed technologists who had recently quit their jobs. While the need for such workers has grown in recent years, the number of training programs that build these skill sets has dropped.

“Medical technologists are a dying breed,” Ms. Stoeppler, of the University of North Carolina, said.

In Indiana, Dr. Abbott, of Deaconess Hospital, said her team had already performed more than 100,000 tests for the coronavirus. But the most chaotic months are most likely still ahead.

For the first time in nine years, Dr. Abbott is doing hands-on work in the lab to help her staff cope with rising demand. She has yet to take more than a day off at a time since the pandemic’s start, but insists that she can soldier on: “This is out of the sheer will of not wanting to be beaten by this pandemic.”

In the mini-refrigerator in her office, next to rotating bags of salad greens and a small cavalry of Diet Cokes, sits an unopened bottle of champagne that she purchased in March, intending to uncork it upon reaching a worthy testing milestone. Nothing has yet felt like enough.

“I can’t tell you what will feel like a reason to celebrate at this point,” Dr. Abbott said. “Ask me after the next 100,000 tests.”

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Icon Studio – iOS 14 | App Icon Changer + AdMob

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With the iOS 14 widgets hype, now a lot of apps on the App Store offers themes, icon changer apps, and lots of customizing options.
WHAT DOES THIS PRODUCT OFFER YOUThe app as shown in the video demo. Feel free to ask questions before buying.Assistance will be provided for any code-related questions.The app has a feature that allows users to download icon packs. It comes with 3 icon packs, with over 150 icons in total.The app supports full-screen and banner AdMob ads.
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HOW DOES IT WORK- The app will allow users to create custom icons. These icons can be saved into the Camera Roll then users will be able to use them for any apps they want using the Shortcuts app provided by Apple. A guide on how to install the icons is provided in the app.
– The icon design supports a few layers. The first layer, the background layer supports color gradients or images. These images for the background are provided in the app, with no option to choose images from the Photo Library. The second layer is the actual icon/symbol, that the user can select from the app. This layer also supports opacity, scale, and color features.
– The settings part of the app allows users to flip/swap the icon color with the background gradient color. Also, you can add a nice inner border that you can see on some app icons.
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Food Explorer – Single restaurant Food delivery app with delivery boy in flutter

Free download Food Explorer – Single restaurant Food delivery app with delivery boy in flutter Nulled. This item was published on and sold by author FreakTemplate. But you can download Food Explorer – Single restaurant Food delivery app with delivery boy in flutter completely free from here. It is also nulled by us to make sure there are no license check.

Admin panel (Backend) Demo

Admin Panel Live Preview

Username :
Password : 123

Food Explorer – Single restaurant Food delivery app with delivery boy is developed in flutter so it can be use in android & iphone both. The app for single restaurant who provide food delivery to their clients, we can use this app for cafe, pizza, burger, fast-food, or any other restaurant products. with this app user can check all menu items, and ingredients (or toppings) of menu items, you can order from app and get delivery at home

Application features :

Restaurants menu items with ingredients(toppings)
User can choose Topping 
Home page with categorised menu
Cart details on same screen
Add multiple items on cart
Menu item details with 

Food item name
Food item description
Food Item Picture
Toppings of Food Items

Checkout from cart
Complete checkout process

Add Name
Select address from map
Save address into app
phone number
Provide email id
Add Notes
Payment type : by cash or by card swipe (Stripe)

To Place Home Delivery orders

1. Choose address from your previously saved address
2. Add New address by Using google map to share your location while place order, you don’t need to type address.
Still you can edit location retrive from google

Complete detail of order 

Order Placed time
Order amount & restaurant detail
Ordered item details

total 4 Order status 

Order Placed
Order Processing
Out for delivery
Delivered order

User order history
Order detail with status & item details
Favourite list of Menu items
Share app
Tearms & condition
About us page
Login user with mobile number
Push notification with firebase
Order status push notification 
RTL support

Delivery Boy Features :

Login from same app
Set presence 
Check new Orders
Order History
Order detail with name, address, contact no & item detail
Call customer or show route on map
Picked order & deliver order
Get notified on new order assigned 

Admin Panel Features :

Add Restaurant Menu
Add menu categories
Add menu ingredients (toppings)
Check new orders and order details
Add delivery boy
Assign order to delivery boy
on dashboard check order report
Setup push notification from admin
send push notification 

Customisation & Reskin

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Gastronomët kërkojnë nga deputetët ta votojnë Pakon për Rimëkëmbje

Shoqata e Gastronomëve të Kosovës ka kërkuar nga deputetët e Kuvendit të Kosovës, që të votojnë Projektligjin për Rimëkëmbjen Ekonomike.

Postimi i plotë:
Pas kalimit të sotëm të Projektligjit për Rimëkëmbjen Ekonomike në Komisionin Parlamentar për Buxhet dhe Financa, kuptojmë që sipas amandamenteve të reja që janë propozuar, përveç ndryshimit të politikave fiskale, do të ketë edhe mbështetje financiare për bizneset e prekura nga pandemia dhe punëtorët e mbetur të papunë.

Sipas të dhënave nga Agjensioni Statistikor i Kosovës (ASK), është evidente që sektori i gastronomisë është më i godituri në vend. Të ardhurat dhe qarkullimi i sektorit të gastronomisëkrahasim me vitin 2019 dhe 2020, vetëm në tremujorin e dytë (TM2), rezultojnë të kenë pasur rënie prej 64%, si asnjë sektor tjetër në Kosovë.
Nga dy sondazhe të bizneseve dhe punëtorëve të raportit hulumtues të ndikimit të pandemisë në gastronomi të përgaditur nga SHGK dhe Korb Marketing&Research, 88% e bizneseve deri në tetor të këtij viti, kanë pësuar humbje të thellë, dhe 12% prej tyre janë në rentabilitet. Nga këto të fundit, vetëm 2% e bizneseve do të mund të mbijetojnë Po qe se s’ marrin ndihmë nga Qeveria, ndërsa 10% prej tyre do të falimentojnë.

Sipas këtij hulumtimi, nga ndikimi i pandemisë dhe masave të qeverisë në tregun e punës, kemi të raportuar që 36% e bizneseve të gastronomisë janë detyruar që të largojnë nga puna punëtorët e tyre si pasojë e zvogëlimit të vëllimit të ushtrimit të veprimtarisë dhe problemeve të likuiditetit, apo rreth 10,000 punëtorë të larguar nga puna.
Po qe se kjo atmosferë e shkaktuar ekonomike vazhdon edhe më tutje, bizneset s’ do të mund t’i mbijetojnë kësaj situate, dhe 56% e tyre kanë raportuar që do të largojnë edhe më shumë staf nga puna, që i bie të kontribojë në 5.5% rritje të shkallës së papunësisë në Kosovë apo 9,950 punëtorë të tjerë.

Shoqata e Gastronomëve të Kosovës përveç që ju bën thirrje për votimin e Projektligjit këtë të premte, po ashtu kërkon që sektori i gastronomisë duhet të prioritizohet nga sektorët e tjerë në kuptim të mbështetjes financiare (duke marrë parasysh gjendjen alarmante të pasqyruar nga të dhënat e cekura më lartë).

andaj, domosdoshmërisht mjetet që pritet të destinohen për sektorin privat nga ky Projektligj në vlerë prej 200 milion euro, duhet të ndahen në proporcion me dëmet që janë shkaktuar nga pandemia dhe masat e qeverisë në secilën industri përkatëse, e jo njëjtë për të gjithë sektorët!