Brookville, IN—Franklin County health officials, Franklin County Emergency Management (EMA), and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department (FCSD) announce that a second Franklin County citizen has received a presumptive positive test for the COVID-19 virus, commonly known as novel coronavirus. This individual, in their 60’s, along with their family are currently in quarantine in accordance with guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). A presumptive positive means an individual was first tested at a regional medical facility/doctor’s office. Officials are awaiting the results of confirmatory testing conducted by the CDC.Health officials would like to remind citizens to take precautions to minimize the possibility of exposure to COVID-19. Continue following preventative guidelines by: -Washing your hands,-Keeping social distances from others-Avoiding touching your face.If you are concerned that you or someone in your family has been exposed to COVID-19, the CDC offers guidelines to self-monitor. The steps are as follows:-Take your temperature with a thermometer two times a day and monitor for a fever of 100.5 degrees or higher.-Watch for a worsening cough.-Stay home if possible. If not possible, avoid contact with others.-Do not take public transportation or ride-shares.-Avoid crowded places and limit activities in public.-Keep your distance from others (at least six (6) feet).
Floyd Mayweather has announced his plans to relinquish his three welterweight titles after he beat Manny Pacquiao in what was dubbed as ‘the fight of the century’ in Las Vegas.Mayweather moved his unbeaten record to 48-0 as he scooped the WBO welterweight title while retaining the WBA and WBC crowns.Having underlined his class, Mayweather indicated that he would relinquish all of his belts in order to give other boxers a chance of competing for the titles.”I don’t know if it’s Monday, maybe in a couple of weeks,” he said after the fight. “I’ll speak to my team and see what we decide. “I’m not greedy. The other guys need a chance. It is time they fight for the belts.”It is about giving the younger guys an opportunity.”Leonard Ellerbe, CEO of Mayweather productions, added: “Floyd has been in the sport 20 years and has accomplished everything in the sport. “What else can he accomplish? There are younger guys up and coming and they’ll get an opportunity.” Pacquiao took issue with Mayweather’s defensive style, saying: “He didn’t do nothing, he was always running … I got him many times with solid punches … I can handle his power.”Unfortunately for Pacquiao, the judges did not see anything wrong with Mayweather’s style, or the manner of his victory.One scored the bout 118-110 in Mayweather’s favour, while the other two had it 116-112.–
Aránguiz joined the Aspirin team in mid-2015 and in five seasons has become a key player for all the technicians who have passed through the institution in that period. The “Prince” has scored 13 goals.Coronavirus in ASCoronavirus in Chile: new cases, deaths and infectionsGuaranteed Minimum Income in Chile: what it is and how to applyBonus Covid-19: collection dates and when the payment of the amount beginsCovid-19 Bonus: can I collect it if I am a beneficiary of the Guaranteed Minimum Income?Winter 2020 Bonus: amount and who receives it Atlético de Madrid, Inter Porto Alegre, PSG, Inter Milan and in the last days Fenerbahce and Galatasaray. The possible destinations of Charles Aránguiz for next season they are multiple, but now in Germany something much more bombastic is taking hold.According to DW, the “Prince” is one step away from signing for Bayern Munich, the most important team in Germany and one of the most winners in all of Europe.The German media assures that the freedom of action in which the Chilean will remain in June after ending his relationship with Bayer Leverkusen has been key to speed up the efforts from now on.
Dave Stevens joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.The Coral spokesman looks at the contenders to succeed Tim Sherwood as Aston Villa manager and reveals there has been much support for Gus Poyet, with the former Sunderland boss now into 5-1 to take the job.He also previews tonight’s League Cup action, including talkSPORT’s live game between Sheffield Wednesday and Arsenal, with the Gunners 2/5 to beat their Championship opponents at Hillsborough.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast