August 07, 2020 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Economy, Español, Press Release El Gobernador Tom Wolf solicitó ayer que la Agencia Federal de Pequeños Negocios de EE. UU. (SBA, por sus siglas en inglés) otorgue una declaración de desastre en Philadelphia para proporcionar asistencia en forma de préstamos a bajo interés para propietarios de viviendas, empresas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro elegibles después de numerosos incendios provocados por disturbios civiles que causaron millones de dólares en daños del 30 de mayo al 8 de junio.“La pandemia ya creó dificultades financieras significativas para las empresas en todo el estado”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “El daño financiero adicional de estos incidentes en Philadelphia solo se sumó al problema, por lo que estos préstamos de bajo interés son tan necesarios”.Los préstamos a bajo interés de hasta $200,000 están disponibles para que los propietarios reparen o reemplacen bienes inmuebles dañados o destruidos. Las regulaciones de la SBA permiten préstamos de hasta $40,000 para reparar o reemplazar bienes personales dañados, incluidos vehículos. Las empresas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro pueden pedir prestado hasta $2 millones como un préstamo por desastre físico para restaurar edificios, inventario, equipos y activos dañados o destruidos. Los préstamos por desastre para daños económicos también se pueden usar para pagar deudas fijas, nóminas, cuentas por pagar y otras facturas que no se pueden pagar debido al impacto del desastre.La SBA ofrece opciones de pago a largo plazo para que los pagos sean asequibles, hasta un máximo de 30 años. Los términos se determinan caso por caso, en función de la capacidad de reembolso de cada prestatario.El proceso de solicitud se facilitará en línea. Los detalles sobre cómo presentar una solicitud, así como los plazos de solicitud, se establecerán una vez que se otorgue la solicitud del Gobernador.Lea la carta del Gobernador Wolf a la Agencia Federal de Pequeños Negocios de EE. UU.View this information in English. El Gobernador Wolf Solicita una Declaración de Desastre por Incendios Provocados en Philadelphia
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George Kittle and Evan Engram are two top-tier tight ends with the chance to make it back from their injuries in Week 12. Otherwise it could be another week of Ross Dwelley dominance. Delanie Walker could also return soon, while Austin Hooper remains in rehab mode. You’ll need to know the latest updates on these TEs before making your waiver pickups and start ’em, sit ’em decisions in what promises to be a tough Week 12.For updates on Marlon Mack and James Conner, go here; for the latest on JuJu Smith-Schuster, click here; for news on Devonta Freeman, Jordan Howard, and Saquon Barkley, go here; for updates on banged-up WRs, such as Will Fuller, T.Y. Hilton, Tyler Lockett, and more, click here. Follow us for more news and updates on Twitter @SN_Fantasy. WEEK 12 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerGeorge Kittle injury updateKittle’s status for Week 12 won’t be determined until later in the week, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday. He was inactive for Week 11, as expected, with what was listed as a knee and ankle injury. The Niners play Sunday night against the Packers.If Kittle misses out again, Ross Dwelley remains a top-10 fantasy play against a Packers’ defense that’s among the worst at defending tight ends. Kittle is obviously an auto-start when active. MORE WEEK 12:Waiver pickups | FAAB planner | Stock watch | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff SOSEven Engram injury newsEngram told reporters Monday that it’s “definitely possible” he could make his return in Week 12 against the Bears, also remarking on an “upward trend” in his progress. Engram didn’t practice Monday, though.Engram is an every-week start at tight end when healthy, while his backups (mainly Rhett Ellison) aren’t worth considering as possible fantasy plays.WEEK 12 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endWhen will Delanie Walker return?Walker had a new brace for his ankle Monday and is optimistic he can play this week, he told reporters Monday. He said he’ll need to make a return to the practice field and feel out the ankle before he knows what’s next for sure.Jonnu Smith has been seemingly as good as Walker while the veteran has been out. A Walker return would cloudy the waters, because there’d be a share in production instead of it just going to Smith. The Titans host Jacksonville at 4:05 p.m. ET Sunday.WEEK 12 DFS: FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | Y! Cash | Y! GPP Austin Hooper injury updateFalcons coach Dan Quinn said Monday that Hooper (knee) is “trending in the right way” in his recovery from a sprained MCL. He was originally expected to be out until at least Week 14, but Quinn said Hooper could return to practice as soon as Thursday. (Update: Hooper has been ruled OUT for Week 12.)It’s still highly unlikely Hooper plays this week, but he’s obviously worth holding onto until he returns. Jaeden Graham and Luke Stocker received two total targets in his absence, so it’s tough to trust either despite a great matchup this week against Tampa.
Instead, his side again looked devoid of ideas and invention to draw a blank and fall two points behind Group H leaders Juventus with two games against the Italian champions to come.A point does at least consolidate United’s position three points ahead of Valencia in second place, with Swiss champions Young Boys looking like the whipping boys of the group after a second 3-0 defeat in two games, this time against Juventus earlier on Tuesday.Kick-off was delayed by five minutes as United were held up by traffic that meant Mourinho’s men didn’t arrive at the stadium until less than 45 minutes ahead of the planned 8pm (1900GMT) start time.However, it took far longer for the game to come alive after a drab first half that summed up both sides’ struggles so far this season.– Sanchez subbed –Alexis Sanchez failed to make an impact on his return to the Manchester United side© AFP Lindsey PARNABYMourinho recalled Alexis Sanchez, who hadn’t even made the bench for Saturday’s defeat, among four changes from the weekend.But it was Marcus Rashford on the opposite flank who was United’s biggest threat as the Chilean again disappointed before being replaced 15 minutes from time.Rashford fired wide from the edge of the area and had another long-range effort comfortably handled by Neto early on.In a recurring theme of United’s decline over the past few months, though, there seemed little cohesive attacking plan other than a series of long balls hurled towards Romelu Lukaku.Valencia registered their first win of the Spanish season at the seventh attempt at Real Sociedad on Saturday, but the Spaniards’ struggles to score goals were also obvious despite enjoying plenty of possession.Goncalo Guedes enjoyed most of Valencia’s openings, but the Portuguese has still yet to score since making his loan move from Paris Saint-Germain permanent in August.Guedes fired off target when well-placed on the edge of the area either side of half-time as Valencia started the second half brightly.That prompted chants of “attack, attack, attack” from a disgruntled home faithful.United duly responded as Paul Pogba’s shot was deflected wide before a free-kick from the Frenchman finally forced Neto into his first serious save.Valencia failed to take advantage of Cristiano Ronaldo’s early red card in losing 2-0 to Juventus on matchday one and could yet regret not cashing in with all three points against a misfiring United side.Michy Batshuayi blasted the visitors’ best chance over from close range, before Guedes miscontrolled when clean through on goal.At the other end Neto did well to turn a Lukaku effort behind before Sanchez’s lack of confidence was laid bare when he took a touch too many inside the Valencia box and was crowded out.That was his last involvement as Mourinho’s decision to replace the former Arsenal forward with Anthony Martial was cheered by the United fans.Rashford came closest to breaking the deadlock with a free-kick from a narrow angle that clipped the crossbar, but a winner would have been more than either side deserved.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Under pressure manager Jose Mourinho grimaces as he watches on as his side struggle against Valencia on Tuesday night. Photo/COURTESYMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Oct 5 – Manchester United failed to relieve the mounting pressure on manager Jose Mourinho with another insipid attacking display in a 0-0 draw at home to Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday.Already nine points adrift of Premier League leaders Manchester City and Liverpool after three defeats in seven league games, Mourinho was hoping for a reaction from Saturday’s dreadful display in losing 3-1 to West Ham United.