– Force majeure / coercive conditions now also apply to guests affected by the travel ban, to people who have recently, in most cases, been in China in the last 14 days or, in some cases, also in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. These restrictions, which currently apply in over 60 countries, may include entry bans, mandatory quarantine on arrival or suspension of visas on arrival. Namely, as stated on the website booking.com, from February 19, 2020, the rules of coercion or force majeure apply to all guests affected by international travel restrictions imposed on people who have recently been in China, and also in Hong Kong. , Macau, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. These restrictions, which currently apply in over 60 countries, may include entry bans, mandatory quarantine on arrival or suspension of visas on arrival. – All reservations made by travelers from countries other than China, Hong Kong and Macau, regardless of the date of booking or check-in date, are subject to the usual mode of operation as mentioned in the General Terms and Conditions of Delivery of the booking.com platform. In these cases, the property is not allowed to cancel the reservation without the permission of the guest. – For each reservation made by travelers from China, Hong Kong and Macau with a check-in date of February 29, 2020, a refund in advance and a waiver of all cancellation charges are expected in situations where guests / passengers have requested cancellation.Booking.com will waive commissions in these cases. Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, Booking.com published rules of coercion or force majeure, which abolished the standard cancellation rules for reservations in the countries most affected by this disease, as well as for travelers coming from those countries. – For all bookings made for real estate in the above countries with the date of registration on or before February 29, 2020, booking.com expects a refund in advance and waives all cancellation costs (fees, charges and / or other amounts) in situations where guests / passengers requested cancellations. Booking.com will waive commissions in these cases. Coercive circumstances extend to:- all reservations with the date of registration until February 29, 2020.- all properties in China, Hong Kong and Macau- all reservations made by travelers from China, Hong Kong and Macau- any guest affected by international travel restrictions related to coronavirus. As a result of official travel advice regarding coronavirus, guests are unlikely to be able to travel or stay in accommodations in China, Hong Kong and Macau. To protect the health of its partners and guests, booking.com has declared forced circumstances. The explanation on the booking.com website states, among other things, the effect of forced circumstances on real estate in China, Hong Kong and Macau.
Basketball players of Igokea from Aleksandrovac near Laktaši defeated Croatian basketball club Zadar with 90:75 in the match of 21st round of ABA League.The most efficient player of Igokea was Edwards with 15 points, Jorović 14, and Joksimović 10 points.In the team of Zadar, the most efficient player is Kastropil with 19 points.With this victory, Igokea kept the leader position at the scoreboard of ABA League.Scoreboard:1. Igokea 21 16 5 1611:1470 372. Crvena zvezda 21 15 6 1715:1521 363. Budućnost 21 13 8 1521:1435 344. Radnički 21 13 8 1695:1617 345. Partizan 21 13 8 1537:1484 346. Cedevita 21 12 9 1568:1551 337. Union Olimpija 21 11 10 1616:1604 328. MZT Skopje 21 11 10 1544:1568 329. Krka 21 9 12 1459:1546 3010. Cibona 21 7 14 1607:1620 2811. Široki Brijeg 21 7 14 1534:1575 2812. Zadar 21 7 14 1560:1630 2813. Split 21 7 14 1469:1599 2814. Szolnoki Olaj 21 6 15 1490:1706 27