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As more tests come back Indiana’s number of confirmed COVID cases rises again

first_img Facebook Previous articleNotre Dame Head Coach Mike Brey says he plans to see out his contractNext articleSBCSC expands grab-and-go lunch program Carl Stutsman Twitter By Carl Stutsman – March 26, 2020 0 420 Facebook Pinterest Pinterest IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market From coronavirus.in.gov 3-26-2020 Another day and yet another highest single day jump in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Indiana. The latest numbers from the Indiana state Department of Health now put the cumulative total at 645.Locally St. Joseph County has the most cases with 21, Elkhart County went up to 7 with the new report, LaPorte County is at 2, and Marshall County is on the map for the first time with 1 case. Marion County and the Indianapolis area still have the most cases now with 293.Now at 17 there were three additional deaths reported. Officials in St. Joseph County reported Michiana’s first death Thursday, a patient in his 80s.It is worth noting that local health departments have been reporting some individuals that tested positive early in the testing process have recovered, though no exact number is available. You can find the full details a www.in.gov/isdhBelow is the full release from ISDH:INDIANAPOLIS —The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) announced today that 170 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 645 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s total. Seventeen Hoosiers have died.A total of 4,651 tests have been reported to ISDH to date, up from 3,356 on Wednesday.Marion County had the most new cases, at 67, while Hamilton, Johnson and Lake counties each had 12. The complete list of counties with cases is included in the ISDH COVID-19 dashboard at coronavirus.in.gov, which will be updated daily at 10 a.m. Cases are listed by county of residence. Private lab reporting may be delayed and will be reflected in the map and count when results are received at ISDH.The dashboard also has been updated to remove one duplicate case from Marion County, remove one false positive from Hamilton County and move one Hamilton County case to Marion County based on updated county of residence information provided to ISDH.Additional updates on the state’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak may be provided later today. As more tests come back Indiana’s number of confirmed COVID cases rises again Twitter Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+last_img read more

Honda gives local drivers chance to race on world-class circuits from home

first_imgTopics : HPM’s business innovation and marketing and sales director Yusak Billy said the simulator championship was a medium for beginners in racing competition to hone their skills and gain new experiences in participating in a world-class racing event.Communication strategy manager Adhi Parama Suganda said the online racing competition was part of Honda’s commitment to maintaining its consistency in campaigning for local racing competitions. “We want to spread the excitement of racing competition to a bigger audience through the event, he said in Thursday’s presser. “This virtual racing competition will give [the participants] a taste of competing on world class racing circuits from their own home,” he added. To be able to participate in this tournament, one needs to have the racing simulator, which is on the market for around Rp 4.5 million and the racing simulation platform rfactor 2, which can be purchased for around Rp 150,000. All participants will be competing in a Honda Civic Type R sport version on six selected world-class circuits, with the Suzuka circuit in Japan, Sepang International in Malaysia and Silverstone in England among other circuits.Riyan Adisaputra, one of the race participants, acknowledged that he had to go all out when competing in the qualifying rounds as it required a high standard of racing skills. He recognized Suzuka as the hardest circuit to deal with as it offered endless surprises at every turn.“I am targeting the professional category in this event and intend to go all out in doing it,” Riyan, an IT manager, told The Jakarta Post on Saturday.  However, when asked whether the cash prize was his main reason for participating in this event, Riyan shrugged and said that for an adrenaline addict like him, the opportunity to experience the feeling and tension of world-class racing was way more important.‘In fact, I would race in an actual racing car if I were given the opportunity,” Riyan, who also sees this as a way to let off some steam during the lockdown, said.center_img The fact that the world of sport is now beginning to restart after a three-month hiatus does not mean it leaves the virtual stage empty. While waiting for Formula One to fix its protocols for the upcoming Austrian reopening on July 3, for example, e-sports have offered alternative yet world-class experiences for racing aficionados.One of racing’s big names, Honda, through its automotive firm Honda Prospect Motor (HPM) has opened registration for the Honda Racing Simulator Championship (HRSC), which will take place from July 4 to Aug. 29. Qualifiers will be held from June 15 to Aug. 4. As many as 60 drivers with the highest points from the qualifiers then will be categorized into two classes, professionals and amateurs. These selected racers are going to race in the official event.The driver with the highest score in the professional category will be awarded Rp 30 million, the second best gets Rp 20 million and the third-placed driver will be awarded with Rp 10 million. As for the best amateur driver, he or she will be awarded with Rp 5 million in cash, the second best will bring home Rp 4.5 million and the third driver will get Rp 3 million.last_img read more

‘It’s exceptional’: Liverpool sink Blades to make it a year unbeaten

first_img0Shares0000Mohamed Salah and Mane high five after the Egyptian scored his 14th goal of the season to put the hosts aheadLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 3 – Jurgen Klopp hailed “exceptional” Liverpool after they made it an entire calendar year without a Premier League defeat as the runaway leaders beat Sheffield United 2-0 on Thursday.Klopp’s side moved 13 points clear of second placed Leicester thanks to goals from Egypt forward Mohamed Salah and Senegal winger Sadio Mane at Anfield. Liverpool’s 19th win in 20 league games this season completed an incredible 12 months for a team at the peak of their powers.The Reds haven’t lost in 37 league games since a defeat at Manchester City on January 3, 2019 and it looks certain they will win the English title for the first time since 1990.With a game in hand to further bolster their advantage, it would take an astonishing collapse to deprive Liverpool of their holy grail.“It says a lot of positive things. I have not enough words for it, it is exceptional,” Klopp said.“I’m really happy and really proud of the boys. We should not take things like this for granted.”Winners of their last 18 home league games, Liverpool are unbeaten in 51 top-flight matches at Anfield dating back to April 2017.As if it wasn’t hard enough to beat Liverpool already, they are proving more impregnable than ever lately.This was their fifth consecutive top-flight clean-sheet — the first time they have managed that since 2007 — and they completed more passes than any team in one match in the Premier League era.“The way we controlled Sheffield United was exceptional. In possession we were incredible, we were calm but lively as well. The goals we scored were exceptional,” Klopp said.“It’s obviously good (to go unbeaten for a year) but the target was not to extend this, but to win the game.“We did not think about the one year (undefeated). We have season resolutions, not New Year resolutions!”After a golden 2019 saw Liverpool crowned European and Club World champions, the next target is ending Manchester City’s two-year spell as champions after narrowly missing out last season.Their sights set on domestic bliss, the new year started just as the old one finished, with Liverpool setting standards of excellence that rival anything achieved by City’s breath-taking team.Premier League immortality is within touching distance as Klopp’s men are already over halfway towards an unbeaten league season that would replicate the incredible feat of Arsenal’s 2003-04 Invincibles.Liverpool hadn’t even kicked off when they suffered what could have been a distracting blow as Naby Keita was replaced by James Milner after being injured in the warm-up.But the Reds are far too polished to lose focus and they were in front within four minutes.– Flushed with success –Their win at Bramall Lane in September had come thanks to a mistake from United keeper Dean Henderson and once again Liverpool benefitted from a Blades blunder.When Virgil van Dijk played a long pass towards Andrew Robertson, it should have been easy for George Baldock to deal with.But Baldock lost his footing and fell over, allowing Robertson to advance and cross low to Salah, who got in front of Jack O’Connell to steer in a clinical close-range finish for his 14th goal of the season.Ahead of their first visit to Anfield for 13 year, Chris Wilder’s down-to-earth side took the unusual decision to train alongside the public on Stanley Park in the shadow of the famous stadium.The session was interrupted when a dog decided to use one of the training cones as a toilet.That unpromising omen proved apt as the visitors’ hopes of a shock result were flushed away.Liverpool’s ability to press any opponent into submission and deliver the knockout blow with their lethal front three has made them virtually unplayable over the last 18 months.United were the latest victims as Mane wrapped up the points in the 64th minute.Running onto Robertson’s pass, Mane broke into the area and took Salah’s return pass before firing gleefully into the roof of the net after his initial shot was saved.0Shares0000(Visited 20 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more