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Board unanimously votes to keep Hintz on paid administrative leave ROCKFORD (WREX) — The Winnebago County Board Unanimously voted for Coroner Bill Hintz to be put on paid administrative leave Thursday night. Winnebago County officials say Hintz entered agreement to go on administrative leave last Friday, Sept. 23. As part of the agreement, Hintz will remain on paid administrative leave until his six pending criminal cases are resolved. Hintz is prohibited from accessing any county-issued property or performing any work-related duties at this time. Hintz has been locked out of county buildings and had his email account suspended for nearly two weeks now . This resolution authorizing the agreement is expected to receive approval of the Winnebago County Board at its next meeting on September 30. Hintz entered a not guilty plea last week to the new charges announced against the coroner earlier this month . There were 12 new charges announced against Hintz, including allegations he stole approximately $14,500 in cash that belonged to deceased individuals out of the coroner’s office’s evidence vault. Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul also said Hintz also required family members to pay cash in order to recover the cremated remains of their homeless loved ones but kept the money for himself. The new charges come almost a year after Hintz was initially charged in October 2020, accused of stealing taxpayer money for trips and hotels with his wife, Michelle, who also faces charges.https://www.wrex.com/news/top-stories/board-unanimously-votes-to-keep-hintz-on-paid-administrative-leave/article_d7919a3c-2269-11ec-86a6-f7b88ba07141.html
South Africa was one of a number of nations angered by the U.K’s updated travel restrictions, with some accusing Britain of discrimination for seemingly not recognizing vaccines received in other countries. South Africa is desperate to be removed from the list, more than anything to entice back British tourists put off by being forced to pay for an expensive quarantine stay at a hotel on their return home. Britain traditionally provides more tourists to South Africa than any other country outside Africa, and South Africa’s hard-hit tourism industry and struggling economy need a boost. In a live speech on national television, Ramaphosa also announced the easing of virus-related restrictions in South Africa and said its third wave was now officially over, with new cases falling from over 20,000 a day during the wave’s peak to an average of just over 1,800 per day over the last seven days. South Africa would revert to lockdown level 1, the lowest alert, from Friday, Ramaphosa said. That meant the nighttime curfew hours were eased, bars and restaurants will be allowed to stay open a little later, and alcohol may be sold under normal licensing laws. Alcohol sales were previously banned on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The number of people allowed at gatherings was also increased. Ramaphosa warned that the vaccination program in South Africa — the worst-hit country in Africa by the virus — was still “far too slow” and urged South Africans to get vaccinated if they want to return to a normal way of life.https://apnews.com/article/coronavirus-pandemic-lifestyle-health-travel-cape-town-aacbe9984beda0f28d3fea8d0a00ba90