Indiana reports record-high day of 2,521 new COVID-19 cases

Indiana reports record-high day of 2,521 new COVID-19 cases

The ISDH (Indiana State Department of Health) has reported 2,521 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, thus bringing the overall cases of the state to 145,977.

These cases had been reported between 17 July and 16 October and comprise of hundred new cases that were not recorded on time due to some technical glitch.

However, despite the absence of the additional information from the technical issue, the announcement on Saturday still continues to have record-high number of cases reported in a single day.

The department further announced 31 death cases from COVID-19, thus bringing the overall total of Indiana to 3,685. These new death cases were reported to the department between 17 August and 16 October.

The dashboard data of the ISDH indicated a 10.9 per cent unique 7-day positivity rate, with 9.4 per cent positive cumulative rate.

As per the recent dashboard data of the ISDH, 34,320 new COVID-19 cases had been administered across Indiana, with the overall number of COVId-19 cases standing at 2,485,506.

The ISDH says that 33.5 per cent of the beds in ICU and 78.8 per cent of ventilators are now available statewide. 

Marion County has reported 24,290 cases as well as 780 COVID-19 death cases till date, which is the most number of cases recorded in the state.


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