It was a fourth match in charge without a win for Netherlands coach Frank de Boer, whose record is now a loss and three draws.The Netherlands were missing captain Virgil van Dijk, who is sidelined for months with a serious knee injury, and quickly also lost Manchester City defender Nathan Ake, who limped off with an apparent hamstring injury in the sixth minute. Georginio Wijnaldum, on his 30th birthday, was captain in the absence of his Liverpool team-mate.Spain had taken the lead in the 19th minute when Sergio Canales scored his first international goal. – Advertisement – Alvaro Morata, who has scored three goals in his last three matches with Juventus, turned provider for Spain’s opener. He turned away from Frenkie de Jong and Daley Blind before passing to Canales, who had time and room to calmly slide a low, left-foot shot past Marco Bizot, who was making his debut in the Dutch goal at age 29.Spain were more urgent in the first half, pressing the makeshift Dutch defence high up the pitch and not letting De Boer’s team settle into its passing game. The closest the Dutch came to scoring before the break was a shot by Sevilla forward Luuk de Jong straight at Simon.The hosts’ intensity picked up after the break and was rewarded immediately when a cross by Owen Wijndal bounced through the penalty area to Van de Beek, who fired a low shot past Simon for his second international goal. – Advertisement – Donny van de Beek put his Manchester United troubles behind him to score the equaliser as the Netherlands came from a goal down to draw 1-1 with Spain in a friendly at the Johan Cruyff Arena on Wednesday.Van de Beek has struggled to establish himself as a first-team player in Manchester but felt right at home back at the stadium where he rose to prominence with Ajax as he drilled a low shot past Unai Simon in the 47th minute.- Advertisement – Image:Nathan Ake had to go off after picking up an injury during Wednesday night’s friendly The game then opened up with both sides coming close to a winner.Koke lobbed just over the bar in the 60th minute and Memphis Depay, with time and space in Spain’s penalty area, shot too close to Simon, allowing the keeper to make a sharp save to his left. De Jong also had a good late chance, but could not find room for a shot after a good cross by Denzel Dumfries.Sergio Ramos came on as an 85th-minute substitute for his 176th international, drawing level with former Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon as the European with the most caps. The world record is Ahmed Hassans 184 for Egypt.What’s next?Netherlands host Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Nations League on Sunday at 5pm – live on Sky Sports Premier League – before travelling to Poland in the Nations League on Wednesday at 7.45pm – live on Sky Sports Football red button.Spain travel to Switzerland in the Nations League on Sunday at 7.45pm – live on Sky Sports Football red button – before hosting Germany in the Nations League on Tuesday at 7.45pm – live on Sky Sports Football. Image:Sergio Canales scores his first international goal for Spain – Advertisement –
Istrian County Tourist clinic – Opatija, Stubište Dr. Vande Ekl 1, Tel .: +385 51 271 227Tourist clinic – Mošćenička Draga, Barba Rike 5a (Public building) Tel .: +385 51 737 894Tourist clinic – Čavle, Čavle bb, Phone: +385 51 259 624Tourist clinic – Crikvenica, Kotorska bb, Phone: +385 51 445 185 Tourist clinic Poliklinika Katunar, Dr. Ivana Kostrenčića 10, Phone: +385 51 785 132Tourist clinic – Novi Vinodolski, Kralja Tomislava 24, Tel .: 091/6014133 Zadar County In case the guest develops symptoms of COVID-19 disease, follow the instructions available HERE. Lika-Senj County Procedure in case of illness in a guest in a tourist accommodation TOURIST CLINIC IN TOURIST COMPANIES: Porec1. Hotel Pical, Porec2. Hotel Mediteran, Porec3. Tourist settlement Lanterna, Tar4. Auto camp Orsera and Autocamp Funtana (Ambulance Vrsar)Rovinj5. Camp Polari Rovinj6. Camp Valalta RovinjLabin7. Tourist settlement Rabac – Valamar, house Mediteran, RabacUmag8. Tourist settlement Park Umag9. Tourist settlement Stelamaris Umag (in formation)10. Tourist settlement Katoro UmagPula11. Tourist settlement Belvedere Pula12. Tourist settlement Bi Village PulaISTRIAN HEALTH CENTERS: TOURIST CLINICSTourist clinic Labin Svetog Mikule 2, LabinTourist clinic Poreč, Mauro Gioseffi 2, PorečTourist clinic Pula, Flanatička 27, PulaRovinj Tourist Clinic, Matteo Benussi 6, 52210 RovinjOTHERPrivate tourist clinic, Trg na lokvi 1, Rovinj All other important numbers are available HERE. Primorsko-goranska županija We bring you the contact addresses and telephone numbers of available tourist clinics on the Adriatic. Dubrovnik-Neretva County Numbers and addresses of tourist clinics: Tourist clinic Grad Androvičeva bb, 20000 Dubrovnik 020 / 641-676Touristic clinic Mljet Goveđari, 20226 Mljet 020 / 744-060Tourist clinic Ston, Put Braće Mihanovića7, 20230 Ston 020 / 641-699Tourist clinic Trpanj, Put dubokog doca 1,20240 Trpanj 020 / 743-404 Hospital 1, 53291, Novalja, 053 741 190 Tourist clinic – Krk, Vinogradska bb, Phone: +385 51 221 143Tourist clinic – Njivice, Primorska bb (hotel Jadran), Phone: +385 51 846 048Tourist clinic – Šilo, Nova cesta bb, Phone: +385 51 852 354Tourist clinic – Baška, Ul. Emila Geistlicha 39 (on the ground floor of the Hotel Corinthia II), Tel .: +385 99 609 407Tourist clinic – Cres, Turion 26, Phone: +385 51 572 214 Tourist clinic – Martinšćica, Martinšćica 92 (A / C Slatina), Phone: +385 51 574 127Tourist clinic – Mali Lošinj, Priko 69, Phone: +385 51 231 804Tourist clinic – Nerezine, Vladimira Gortana bb, Phone: +385 51 237 098Tourist clinic – Punta Križa, Punta Križa bb, Phone: +385 51 235 684 Tourist clinic – Rab, Palit 143 a, Phone: +385 51 776 980 Tourist clinic – Lopar, Lopar bb, Phone: +385 51 775 165 Tourist clinic Mrkopalj, Školska 4, Phone: +385 51 833 233 In the area of Zadar County during the tourist season, ZZHM has additional teams for the area of Zadar, Vir, Biograd and Pag. Photo: Pixabay.com
EXCLUSIVE: Approximately nine in 10 (91%) employer respondents provide life assurance or death in service, according to research by Employee Benefits and Staffcare.The Employee Benefits/Staffcare Benefits research 2017, which surveyed 271 employer respondents in February-March 2017, also found that the majority of respondents that offer life assurance or death in service do so as a core benefit for all staff (86%).This was also the main method by which respondents offered these benefits in 2016 (87%), although the overall proportion of respondents that include death in service and life assurance in their benefits offering in some way has risen by seven percentage points over the last year.Life assurance has consistently been one of the top core benefits offered by respondents since the inaugural Benefits research in 2004, topping the list that year as well as in 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2013.The proportion of respondents offering this benefit has also risen over time. For example, in 2007, 62% offered life assurance as core to all staff and 17% to some staff. By 2013, this had risen so that 76% of all respondents organisations’ included life assurance within their core benefits offering for all employees, and 15% did so for some staff.This year, the proportion of respondents that offer personal insurances remains broadly in line with 2016, the way in which these benefits are being offered has changed.Over a third (34%) of respondents’ organisations offer travel insurance as an employee benefit. The proportion of respondents offering travel insurance that include it within their voluntary benefits programme has also increased, rising from 22% in 2016 and 37% in 2017. When respondents were asked which benefits they included within their voluntary benefits scheme back in 2011, 12% listed travel insurance, rising to 18% in 2014. Read the full Employee Benefits/Staffcare Benefits research 2017.