Franklin Co reports 2 COVID-19 deaths over the weekend

first_imgBrookville, IN—Franklin County Health Officials are reporting two more deaths over the weekend that are suspected to be related to COVID-19.  Both were males and in their 70’s.  One patient was reportedly under a doctor’s care at an Indiana hospital, the other was under doctor’s care at an Ohio hospital.  No further information about the patient will be released due to privacy laws. Officials also received notice of eleven new positive cases over the weekend, bringing Franklin County’s totals to 34 positives for coronavirus.  All eleven new cases are adults with the youngest in their 20’s. The Franklin County Health Department announced that one Franklin County resident currently in an Indiana hospital is recovering.  The patient recovering is a male in his 80’s, has been removed from a ventilator and is breathing on his own.Franklin County Citizens dealing with coronavirus and needing financial assistance are encouraged to contact their township trustee.last_img read more

Eliud Kipchoge Nominated for IAAF Male Athlete of the Year award

first_imgList of the other 9 nominees Potential ContendersDonavan Brazier: World 800m championChristian Coleman: World 100m championNoah Lyles: World 200m championAlso Read | Eliud Kipchoge: Five Things To Know About Legendary Marathon Runner Other Contenders COMMENT First Published: 15th October, 2019 22:12 IST Joshua Cheptegei (Uganda) Sam Kendricks (USA) Steven Gardiner (Bahamas) Daniel Stahl (Sweden),  Christian Taylor (USA) Karsten Warholm (Norway) All the nominees were selected by an exclusive international panel of athletics experts, which included representatives from all the six continental areas of the IAAF. Out of the 11 nominated athletes, only five will make the final shortlist on the basis of votes. A three-way voting process will finalize the top five. Fans can cast their vote online via the IAAF’s social media sites while the IAAF Council and IAAF council will vote through emails. Individual graphics for each athlete will be posted on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter this week; a ‘like’ on Facebook and Instagram or a retweet on Twitter will count as one vote.Also Read | Eliud Kipchoge Becomes First Man To Complete Marathon In Under 2 Hours Abhishek Shetty Last Updated: 15th October, 2019 22:12 IST Eliud Kipchoge Nominated For IAAF Male Athlete Of The Year Award Eliud Kipchoge created history in Vienna by running a marathon in 1:59:40 hours and has been nominated for IAAF Male Athlete of the Year award once again. SUBSCRIBE TO US Kenyan running champion Eliud Kipchoge recently broke the world record for completing the full 42 km marathon in less than two hours. As a result, the new record holder has been nominated for the IAAF Male Athlete of the Year award. Alongside Kipchoge, his Kenyan counterpart Timothy Cheruiyot (the 1500m world champion) is also in contention. The two will battle with nine other nominees for winning the prestigious award, which is to happen on November 23, 2019, in Monaco.Also Read | ‘Breaking One’s Limitations…’: Sadhguru Hails Eliud KipchogeKipchoge had won the same award last year after his heroics in Berlin and is considered to be the favourite to win it once again following his stint of breaking the two-hour marathon barrier on Saturday in Vienna, Austria. He completed the marathon with an impressive timing of 1:59:40. Kipchoge had also triumphed in the London marathon with the timing of 2:02:37. While Timothy Cheruiyot has emerged victorious in 10 of the 11 races he featured in this season as well at the World Championships in Doha last month.Also Read | Kenya Celebrates As Eliud Kipchoge Completes Marathon In Under 2 Hourscenter_img ✨ #AthleticsAwards [email protected]_SpeedyStevie is one of 11 nominees for Male Athlete of the Year 2019.Retweet this post to vote for him 🗳 pic.twitter.com/HqFCsOvPzC— IAAF (@iaaforg) October 14, 2019 Written By ✨ #AthleticsAwards [email protected]_cheruiyot is one of 11 nominees for Male Athlete of the Year 2019.Retweet this post to vote for him 🗳 pic.twitter.com/3tHFyYhYa5— IAAF (@iaaforg) October 14, 2019 10 months ago Barack Obama hails Kosgei, Kipchoge for creating world record WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND LIVE TVlast_img read more