The pro-shot videos keep coming from the masters at Jam Cruise. This week, we’ve been blessed with incredible footage of Dr. John & The Night Trippers performing the New Orleans standard, “Iko Iko”.Dr. John and his tight band put on an incredible show for the Pool Deck crowd, running through some of his biggest hits and most favorite live covers. The show marked a true highlight for this year’s Jam Cruise, and we are so happy they decided to release this video for the rest of the world to experience.Check out this pro-shot footage of Dr. John & The Night Trippers performing “Iko Iko” on below.Dr. John & The Nite Trippers – “Iko Iko” – Jam Cruise 14[Video: Jam Cruise]
Brookville, IN—Franklin County Health Officials announced receiving seven new positive test results for COVID-19, bringing the county’s total cases to 73. The new cases are all adults under the age of 50. Health Department Officials reported today that three more patients have recovered and met the guidelines for release from quarantine, bringing Franklin County’s total number of citizens who have recovered from coronavirus to 36. “It is great to see the increase in the number of citizens who have recovered and have been released from quarantine,” said Commissioner Tom Linkel. “We urge everyone to stay the course, continue to stay at home and maintain social distances in the event you must leave the house. We will get through this,” continued Commissioner Linkel.Health officials would like to remind everyone that once a person has met the guidelines for release, they are urged to continue to stay at home as much as possible. Those being released from quarantine are urged to wear protective face masks, practice social distancing when they leave their house, continue to wash their hands frequently, and clean and sanitize commonly touched surfaces in their home. The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) guidelines for release from quarantine are that you at minimum meet at three points:Fever free for at least 72 hours without the use of medicine that reduces fevers, other symptoms have improved, and at least 7 days have passed since your symptoms first appeared.