Another Seven COVID-19 Deaths Recorded in Indiana

The newest reports from the Indiana State Department of Health indicate that 31 people have now died as a result of COVID-19.

Another 290 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the Indiana State Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and private laboratories. 

To date, 1,232 residents have been diagnosed with the virus and 8,407 tests have been reported to the Indiana State Department of Health. 

Starke County remains at one positive case of COVID-19 while Marshall County remains at three cases, Jasper County has five, Kosciusko County has two, Fulton County has one case La Porte County has four, Porter County has nine, Lake County has 68, and St. Joseph County has 31.  Marion County has the most cases at 584.  Pulaski County has yet to record its first case. 

Statistics show that 52.9 percent of women have COVID-19 while 47.1 percent of men have it.  The age range showing the highest percentage of cases is 50-59 and 60-69 years of age at 17 percent apiece with the age group 40-49 showing the next highest group testing positive at nearly 16 percent.  Almost 15 percent of people ages 30-39 have COVID-19.  The 70-79 age group is at 12.5 percent, 20-29 age group shows 11.6 percent, and the 80+ category shows about 8 percent.  Less than 2 percent of 0-19 year olds show a positive case of COVID-19.