In an ongoing effort to make shopping safer during the coronavirus pandemic, Publix has announced another new feature.The Lakeland-based supermarket chain is now offering what it calls “touch-free checkout.”Publix’s app now allows customers to add their payment information and hold up the phone to pay.Check out touch-free. Pay with the Publix app for touch-free checkout and to opt in to e-receipts. We also welcome contactless cards and most mobile pay apps. Want other ideas for your next checkout? Get tips here: https://t.co/EYZHbMhMTT pic.twitter.com/ozO1jeWWnq— Publix (@Publix) April 4, 2020 The app, which is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, also provides an option for e-receipts.Additionally, Publix accommodates contactless cards and most mobile pay apps.In recent weeks, the company has allowed workers to wear gloves and masks, and has installed plexiglas barriers between customers and cashiers.
Turns out that when Josh Norman talked about running with the bulls it wasn’t BS.The veteran Redskins cornerback fulfilled the dream this week by taking part in the famed running in Pamplona, Spain. He posted videos on his Instagram stories, including ones from inside the bullring in which he is accepting congratulations from some English-speaking fellow runners, posing for selfies with at least one fan who recognized him and describing multiple times the experience as “crazy.””I had to face the bull straight on. Where else was I gonna go?” he says in one, adding, “It was fun. It was worth it. It was really worth it.”During Norman’s four-year stint with the Panthers, he was allowed to skydive, snowboard and surf, drive a race car and ride horses, according to the Charlotte Observer. It was during that time that he also first mentioned that running with the bulls was on his list of potential adventure-seeking offseason endeavors. Spanish news agency EFE shot video of Norman, wearing the trademark red neckerchief that runners traditionally wear and a sleeveless shirt with images of the famed bulls, running the streets of Pamplona, as he awaited the start of Wednesday’s run.Afterward, Norman took to social media to share his experience, including tweeting a photo from the destination bullring. Related News NFL training camp 2019: Biggest comebacks to watch NFL training camp 2019: Surprising roster cuts to watch for The annual nine-day San Fermin fiesta attracts thrill-seekers and partygoers alike from around the globe to northern Spain.There have been protests this year over how tame the runs have become, but (avert your eyes Redskins brass) on the day Norman ran, one person was gored in the arm and five others were injured during the fifth bull run of this year’s festival, The Associated Press reported, citing unidentified officials in Pamplona.
Pogba know it all, says Zidane Zidane praise for Man Utd’s Pogba opens door to Real bidMadrid, Spain | AFP | Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane opened the door to a possible bid for Paul Pogba on Saturday when he hailed the Manchester United star as “a player who knows how to do everything”.The French World Cup winner has thrived under new United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but has made no secret of his admiration for Real.“It’s one of the biggest clubs in the world. I’ve always said Real Madrid is a dream club for every player,” the midfielder said last week.Zidane is a self-confessed Pogba fan, the Real boss telling a press conference: “I really like the player, that’s nothing new.“I know him personally… He’s a really different player, somebody who brings something few others can to the pitch. “He’s capable of doing everything. There are midfielders who know how to defend really well, others who are very good in attack. He knows how to do everything.”Zidane, who returned as Real manager after replacing Santiago Solari, added: “One day, if he has the chance to do something else after Manchester United, he’s always said that Madrid was a club that interested him a lot.”Pogba, 26, moved from Juventus to United for 105 million euros in 2016 with his contract terminating in 2021.Spanish media suggest Real will go on a massive recruitment drive this summer with a war chest of up to 500 million euros.Share on: WhatsApp