Thursday afternoon coronavirus numbers: Indiana has 9500+ cases; Michigan 29,000+

first_imgCoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Twitter WhatsApp Indiana coronavirus map for Thursday, April 16. (ISDH) More than 9,500 Hoosiers have now tested positive for COVID-19.Another 611 cases were reported Thursday afternoon, bringing the totoal for Indiana to 9,542. Another 41 deaths have been reported as well, putting that total at 477.More than 51,000 tests have been administered in the state.St. Joseph County has 334 patients, with a 7th death. The victim was an elderly man with underlying health conditions. There are more than 100 cases now reported in both LaPorte and Elkhart Counties. Lake County has nearly 1,000 cases of coronavirus.Numbers from Michigan health officials on Thursday put the state’s new total at 29,263, after 1,204 new cases were reported. Another 172 deaths were reported in the state, bringing that total to 2,093 statewide. Berrien County reported 133 cases. Cass County had 19. WhatsApp Google+ Pinterest Previous articleNotre Dame cancels reunion celebrationsNext articleSisters of The Holy Cross get needed medical help amid pandemic Tommie Lee Facebook Facebook Google+ Thursday afternoon coronavirus numbers: Indiana has 9500+ cases; Michigan 29,000+ Pinterest By Tommie Lee – April 16, 2020 1 568 Twitterlast_img read more

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Etebo’s Getafe Champions League charge falters with Espanyol draw

first_img Getafe have now won just once in their last six games. “You have to say it is a slip-up,” said Getafe goalkeeper David Soria afterwards. “We were with an extra player for a long time and perhaps a little bit of anxiety creeps in when you have an extra man. You rush your chances and maybe that played a part. It’s true, we’re not on a good run.” Ogenekaro Etebo’s Getafe dropped more points in the race for Champions League qualification on Tuesday after they failed to break down struggling Espanyol despite their opponents playing most of the 0-0 draw with 10 men. Espanyol battled to a well-deserved goalless draw at Getafe The stalemate represents a missed opportunity for Jose Bordalas’ side and they could even have lost to Espanyol, who are building momentum after returning from the three-month suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic. Getafe stay fifth, level on points with fourth-placed Real Sociedad, who will play their game in hand away at Alaves on Thursday. Getafe could also be overtaken if Atletico Madrid win on Wednesday against Osasuna. Espanyol move to within two points of safety and after resuming with a 2-0 victory over Alaves on Saturday, their point against a top-four hopeful will be welcome. They will particularly satisfied given their defender Bernardo Espinosa was sent off in the 16th minute for throwing his hand into the face of Damian Suarez. Espanyol coach Abelardo Fernandez hurled a bottle down in frustration but his team rallied and were never really made to feel uncomfortable by Getafe, who managed only four shots on target. Their best chance came in stoppage time but Espanyol’s goalkeeper Diego Lopez made an excellent double save, denying Angel Rodriguez’s header and then the follow-up from Marc Cucurella. Read Also: Bundesliga: Bayern clinch eighth straight title with Bremen win Elsewhere, Villarreal stayed in the hunt for the European places by beating Real Mallorca 1-0. Carlos Bacca’s early finish leaves Villarreal seventh, three points from fourth. Mallorca remain 18th. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading…last_img read more

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