Greenleaf in Elkhart reports half of residents COVID-19 positive or presumed positive CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Pinterest This undated electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Also known as 2019-nCoV, the virus causes COVID-19. The sample was isolated from a patient in the U.S. Dozens of research groups around the world are racing to create a vaccine as COVID-19 cases continue to grow. (NIAID-RML via AP) Not good news from Greenleaf in Elkhart as they say half of their nursing home residents are presumed positive for COVID-19. Officials say that of their 71 residents 36 have either tested positive or are believed to be positive. That is in addition to 11 staffers that are also presumed positive.The facility is operated by Trilogy Health Services in Louisville, Kentucky. There has been no indication of any deaths at Greenleaf Health Campus. The Elkhart Truth reports Trilogy operates another residence in Goshen but there have been no positive cases there.Read more here with The Elkhart Truth Twitter Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Previous articleTexas man wanted for series of child molestations in ElkhartNext articleDaily information to be released by care facilities in Indiana Carl Stutsman By Carl Stutsman – April 29, 2020 1 775 Facebook Google+ Pinterest
The Republic of Ireland have moved up to 31st in the latest FIFA world rankings following their Euro 2016 play-off win against Bosnia-Herzegovina. Northern Ireland topped their group to qualify for the tournament in France next summer, and are just one place ahead (30th). Scotland have dropped down to 52nd, England remain ninth, with Wales 17th. Belgium, Argentina and Spain make up the top three, with world champions Germany slipping to fourth. Press Association
highlights New Delhi: Sarfaraz Ahmed and the Pakistan cricket team has undergone a roller-coaster journey in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. They suffered a big loss to arch-rivals India in Old Trafford and there were questions about the kind of cricket Pakistan were playing. Following the India match, the team was heavily criticised with Sarfaraz bearing the brunt of the criticism. The Pakistan skipper was trolled for apparently yawning in the game. There also emerged a video in which Shoaib Malik and his wife Sania Mirza are seen with Wahab Riaz and Imam-ul-Haq has led to different theories and stories on social and mainstream media. He also said that players went out with their families after taking due permission from the team manager. The viral video has also led Sania tweeting that whoever recorded the video had not done the right thing as it was an invasion of privacy and that players eating out with their families was not a crime.The abuse continued in Manchester when a fresh video recently surfaced where skipper Sarfaraz was seen was walking in a mall in England with his son on his lap when a fan stopped him and asked why he was looking like a ‘fat pig’. Following Pakistan’s win against South Africa at Lord’s which kept their hopes of reaching the semi-final alive, Sarfaraz urged the fans to not make personal abusive remarks.“I can’t say anything about this. It’s not in our hands to control what people say about us. Winning and losing is part of the game and it’s not that we are the first team to have lost a match; previous teams also have faced defeats. Had earlier teams faced the kind of criticism that we are facing, they would have realised how much these things hurt us. Now, there is social media. People write, comment and say whatever they like. These incidents affect the psychology of the players. While criticising, one must not abuse. Criticise us on our cricket but don’t get abusive with us,” Sarfaraz said.For Pakistan, the equation is simple. They must win their remaining games. If they lose to New Zealand today, they will still not be eliminated. If they win two out of their three games, then they will have to hope England lose their remaining games and that Sri Lanka does not win more than one game. They will be hoping Bangladesh lose both their games. There is a possibility that if Pakistan wins all their games and that Australia, New Zealand lose one and India win all their games, there could be an India vs Pakistan semi-final. Pakistan lost for the seventh consecutive time to India in World Cups.Pakistan faces a must-win situation in their three remaining games.Pakistan registered wins only against England and South Africa so far in 2019 tournament. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County Fair OfficeWant to buy your admission passes and carnival ride armbands in advance of the Thurston County Fair for discount prices but can’t make it to the fair office? You can now purchase them online at www.ThurstonCountyFair.org!What: Discount Advance Purchase Fair Passes & Carnival Ride ArmbandsFair Season Pass – $10 to $21One-day unlimited carnival rides armband advance purchase — $25Children ages five and under are always FREE!When: On sale now through Tuesday, July 31, 2018 for carnival armbands and season passes or Sunday, August 5, 2018 for daily admissionWhere: Online at www.ThurstonCountyFair.org or at the Thurston County Fair Office at 3054 Carpenter Road SE in Lacey, 98503Get the biggest savings with your advance purchase of carnival ride armbands for only $25 each—that’s $5 off the regular price! Carnival armbands are good for unlimited carnival rides for one day during the 2018 fair that runs Wednesday, August 1 through Sunday, August 5.Season passes are also a bargain at 40 percent off the full price daily admission rate. Remember, admission for children five years old and younger is always free!For even more savings, bring your carnival armband on August 1, for “One Buck Wednesday.” All adult, youth, and senior admission prices are just $1 with a non-perishable food donation per person to the Thurston County Food Bank. Doors open at 10 a.m. on One Buck Wednesday. Be sure to check out all of the One Buck Wednesday specials, including one buck food specials.Kid’s Day is Thursday, August 2, when all admission tickets for kids 6 to 14 years old are just $2 when purchased at the gate. August 2, is also Buddy Day when you can get two carnival armbands for $30 if you and a buddy are both present at the time of purchase. You cannot advance purchase for the Buddy Day special.Friday, August 3, is Military Appreciation Day at the fair, where admission tickets are $2 at the gate when fairgoers present their military ID.To learn more about 2018 fair events, entertainment, and exhibits, contact the Thurston County Fair Office at 360-786-5453 or visit www.ThurstonCountyFair.org.“Have a ‘Egg-citing time at the Thurston County Fair!”August 1-5, 2018