40-day-old baby dies in East Java after contracting COVID-19 from visitors

first_imgPDP is a designation for people who have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 but whose illness has not been confirmed, meaning they awaiting either testing or test results.”The parents brought the baby to Smart Pamekasan Regional General Hospital on June 9. He was immediately isolated by the health care workers at the hospital,” Sigit said.Read also: Don’t neglect children’s rights during pandemic: KPAIThe baby’s COVID-19 test result came back positive. Despite the treatment he received, the baby died on Sunday.”He was laid to rest yesterday according to COVID-19 protocols,” Sigit added.Syaiful said the task force had tested the baby’s parents. They were negative for COVID-19.As of Monday, Pamekasan regency had recorded 82 cases of COVID-19 with 18 fatalities and 18 recoveries. (nal)Topics : A 40-day-old baby died in Tlanakan district, Pamekasan regency, East Java, on Sunday after contracting COVID-19, believed to have been spread by neighbors who visited the newborn weeks ago.The baby, who tested positive for the virus when he was 28 days old, died in Smart Pamekasan General Regional Hospital after nearly two weeks of treatment.”Based on the contract tracing we carried out, the baby contracted COVID-19 from neighbors who visited him soon after he was born,” Pamekasan regency COVID-19 task force chief Syaiful Hidayat said on Monday. He said many visitors had held the baby.Read also: Indonesia’s hundreds of suspected child virus deaths highlight dangerSoon after the visits, the baby showed symptoms of COVID-19, including a fever, coughing and labored breathing.Task force spokesperson Sigit Priyono said there were a number of patients under surveillance (PDP) and people who had tested positive for COVID-19 who continued their daily activities and did not self-isolate in Tlanakan district.last_img read more

Youth Cards and Trojans Battle It Out On The Court

first_imgThe 5th Grade St. Louis Boys Basketball hosted St. Nicholas Monday night. St. Nicholas took an early lead and were ahead after the first quarter 8-7. St. Louis fought back and had the lead at halftime 19-17. St. Nicholas was able to outscore the Cards in the third quarter and the quarter ended 21-25 St. Nicholas. St. Louis put up a good fight in the fourth quarter but couldn’t come back. The final score was 24-33 in favor of St. Nicholas. Caleb Mohr lead the scoring with 8 points, Jaiden Kuria had 7, Aiden Greiwe and Tyler Reder had 4 each and Ben Greiwe had 1 point. Come out and cheer on the Cardinals when they host St. Michaels Thursday (12-6) @ 6:00 PM. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Tim Reder.The St. Louis Cardinals 6th Grade Boys Basketball team took on St. Nicholas on Monday, December 3rd and the game came down to the wire with St. Nicholas winning 17-14.  The Cardinals were led in scoring by Ben Miller with 6 points followed by Max Amberger with 4 points and Adam Meer and Christian Mack each with 2 points.  St. Louis was led in rebounding by Amberger and Meer each with 4.  Sam Laloge had 3 rebounds, followed by Marc Meneses, Ryan Duerstock, and Sully Hill with 2 a piece.  Henry Wanstrath led the team in steals with 3 followed by Duerstock with 2.  The boys are back at again on Thursday, December 6th when they play St. Michael at home.  Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Ryan Tekulve.last_img read more

DI-S softball team scores 107 runs in 4 games to reach 5-1

first_img Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected] Latest Posts Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020center_img Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Bio DEER ISLE — The Deer Isle-Stonington softball team followed up its first win of the season last week with a scoring spree that produced a whopping 107 runs in just four games.After a season-opening loss April 25 against Penobscot Valley, Deer Isle-Stonington bounced back last Wednesday with a 9-7 home win over Schenck. Taylor Hardy, Brienna Limeburner, Kaylee Morey, Grace Morey and Abby Stinson had two hits apiece for the Mariners in the victory.The game was a back-and-forth affair between the Mariners and Wolverines, but Deer Isle-Stonington’s three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning proved to be the difference. In the top of the seventh, Hardy retired the side in the circle to finish off a complete game and secure the win.“[Our key to the Machias games] was a lot of great small ball,” Deer Isle-Stonington head coach Hollan Oliver said. “That included bunting to get runners into scoring position and using aggressive baserunning.”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textOn Friday, Deer Isle-Stonington took on Machias in Deer Isle and began its prolific offensive stretch with a 28-2 win over the Bulldogs. Kaylee Morey had four hits, three RBIs and three runs scored for the Mariners, and Limeburner hit a single, a double and a triple while knocking in five runs and scoring four times.In Game 2 against Machias, Brittany Gray recorded four base hits and three RBIs as Limeburner, Leighia Gray, Makayla Lebel and Abby Stinson added three hits apiece. Brittany Gray also had six strikeouts in five innings in the circle.“We had tons of hits and great defense,” Oliver, a 2003 Deer Isle-Stonington graduate and former collegiate player at the University of Vermont, said of her team’s doubleheader sweep. “We even turned a legit double play.”On Monday, Deer Isle-Stonington improved to 4-1 with a 33-14 win over George Stevens Academy (0-5) in Blue Hill. Stinson led the Mariners in hits with five, and Morey (three hits and four RBIs), Limeburner (one single, two doubles, a triple and four RBIs), Lebel (home run and four folks) and Kristin Thompson (three hits and five RBIs) also posted strong performances at the plate in the win.The Mariners’ 33 runs against GSA were the fifth-most by a Maine high school softball team in a single game this season. As of Thursday morning, only Buckfield (39 runs April 24 against Temple), Orono (39 runs Friday against Houlton), Oxford Hills (35 runs last Monday against Leavitt) and Hall-Dale (35 runs last Monday against Mount Abram) had produced higher-scoring outputs in 2019.Deer Isle-Stonington kept the big bats going Wednesday with an 18-5 home win over Bangor Christian (0-7). Hardy had three hits and five RBIs for the Mariners, and Brittany Gray hit a double and a triple at the plate while finishing as the winning pitcher in the circle. The team totaled 13 hits on the evening to improve to 5-1.Deer Isle-Stonington is scheduled to play a doubleheader at home against Jonesport-Beals (1-3) at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, May 11. The Mariners will host top-ranked Penobscot Valley (9-0) at 4 p.m. Monday, May 13, before finishing off their five-game home stand against Sumner at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 15.last_img read more