It’s the time of year where the streets of Evansville are filled with thousands of streetcars.The 44th Annual Frog Follies takes place this weekend at the Vanderburgh County Fair Grounds. More than 3,000 cars show up each, but no two are the same.The festivities started Friday morning when the street rods came in to pick their spots. It’s common for attendees to try and get to the same spot each year.People bring their street rods to participate in the car show, see old friends, and meet people with similar passions.Tomy Coltharp, one of the Frog Follies attendees, says that everybody has their own individuality when it comes to their vehicles.All funds raised at the Frog Follies is given to charities in Evansville, including Evansville including the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail The 44th Annual Frog Follies Kickoff at the 4-H CenterAUGUST 24TH, 2018 MITCH ANGLE EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
He arrived on June 19 and was brought to the city’s quarantine center. He was also subjected to swab testing for COVID-19. However, Familiaran clarified that only the areas of these cases where tagged as “ultra risk.” On June 21, he was released from the isolation center to observe home quarantine pending his results. after three residents there were found out to be carriers of SARS-coV-2, the virus which causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID). “They requested not to be isolated in the city’s quarantine center because of their age that it is no longer conducive for them to stay there,” Pico said. According to Mansilingan village chief Rodolfo Pico, the couple went home following their arrival. In Barangay Mansilingan, the patients were a couple – a 53-year-old female and her husband 63-year-old. Both were locally stranded individuals from Manila who arrived here on June 21. Familiaran said the areas were declared as “ultra risk” when there is a COVID-19 patient undergoing home quarantine and it will be only lifted once the next laboratory result will turn out negative./PN Pahanocoy village chief Yolanda Noble said the patient preferred to go on home quarantine. BACOLOD City – Barangays Mansilingan and Pahanocoy in this city were placed on “ultra risk” status. These barangays have already placed a barricade in front of their houses, he said. The COVID-19 patient in Barangay Pahanocoy was a 29-year-old male locally stranded individual (LSI) from Cebu. Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran, chairperson of the City Inter-Agency Task Force against COVID-19, disclosed that three patients were all asymptomatic and currently under home quarantine.