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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 30th

As of March 30th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 2,159 out of 13,373 tests (16.15%), with 49 deaths (2.27%).

373 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 14 new deaths were reported in Indiana on March 30, 2020.

New cases of COVID-19 were reported in Allen (2), Bartholomew (3), Boone (2), Cass (1), Clark (6), Dearborn (4), Decatur (5), Delaware (3), Dubois (1), Elkhart (8), Fayette (1), Floyd (1), Franklin (7), Greene (1), Hamilton (21), Hendricks (12), Howard (2), Jasper (2), Jefferson (1), Jennings (1), Johnson (20), Kosciusko (1), Lake (49), LaPorte (2), Madison (9), Marion (160), Monroe (4), Morgan (9), Orange (1), Owen (1), Porter (6), Posey (1), Randolph (2), Ripley (6), Shelby (2), St. Joseph (13), Sullivan (1), Vanderburgh (1), Vigo (1), Wayne (1), Wells (1), and Whitley (1) counties on March 30, 2020.

New deaths from COVID-19 were reported in Decatur (1), Elkhart (1), Hancock (1), Lake (4), Marion (5), Ripley (1), and Warren (1) counties on March 30, 2020.

The first positive cases of COVID-19 were found in Cass and Jefferson counties on March 30, 2020, bringing the total at 81 of 92 counties (88.04%) reporting positive cases of COVID-19.

The first deaths from COVID-19 occurred in Decatur, Elkhart, Ripley and Warren counties on March 30, 2020, bringing the total at 23 of 92 counties (25.00%) reporting deaths from COVID-19.

NOTE: Two positive cases were dropped from Hancock County. No reason was given.


Indiana’s COVID-19 Positive Case and Death Demographics

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 30 1
Bartholomew 13 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 22 0
Brown 3 0
Carroll 2 0
Cass 1 0
Clark 33 0
Clay 1 0
Clinton 1 0
Crawford 1 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 14 1
Decatur 47 1
DeKalb 1 0
Delaware 18 1
Dubois 3 0
Elkhart 20 1
Fayette 9 1
Floyd 21 0
Fountain 1 0
Franklin 35 4
Fulton 1 0
Gibson 4 0
Grant 7 0
Greene 2 0
Hamilton 127 0
Hancock 26 2
Harrison 15 0
Hendricks 70 1
Henry 2 0
Howard 16 1
Huntington 2 0
Jackson 8 0
Jasper 8 1
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 1 0
Jennings 15 0
Johnson 101 3
Knox 2 0
Kosciusko 5 0
LaGrange 2 0
Lake 146 5
LaPorte 8 0
Lawrence 9 0
Madison 38 1
Marion 964 17
Marshall 3 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 3 0
Monroe 30 0
Montgomery 6 0
Morgan 32 1
Newton 1 0
Noble 2 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 3 0
Owen 11 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 21 0
Posey 4 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 7 1
Randolph 3 0
Ripley 31 1
Rush 4 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 15 0
St. Joseph 49 1
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 1 0
Sullivan 2 0
Switzerland 3 0
Tippecanoe 14 1
Tipton 4 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 18 0
Vermillion 1 0
Vigo 8 1
Wabash 1 0
Warren 2 1
Warrick 8 0
Washington 6 0
Wayne 2 0
Wells 2 0
White 2 0
Whitley 2 0

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 29th

As of March 29th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 1,786 out of 11,658 tests (15.32%), with 35 deaths (1.96%).

272 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 3 new deaths were reported in Indiana on March 29, 2020.

New cases of COVID-19 were reported in Allen (2), Boone (7), Carroll (1), Clark (7), Decatur (2), Delaware (1), Fayette (3), Floyd (6), Franklin (2), Hamilton (23), Hancock (6), Harrison (1), Hendricks (10), Howard (2), Huntington (1), Jackson (1), Jennings (1), Johnson (10), Kosciusko (1), Lake (12), Lawrence (1), Madison (11), Marion (128), Miami (2), Monroe (4), Montgomery (1), Morgan (3), Orange (1), Owen (1), Porter (1), Putnam (2), Ripley (6), Rush (2), Shelby (1), St. Joseph (4), Tippecanoe (3), Washington (1), and White (1), counties on March 29, 2020.

New deaths from COVID-19 were reported in Franklin (1) & Marion (2) counties on March 29, 2020.

The first positive cases of COVID-19 were found in no counties on March 29, 2020, keeping the total at 79 of 92 counties (85.87%) reporting positive cases of COVID-19.

The first death from COVID-19 occurred in no counties on March 29, 2020, keeping the total at 19 of 92 counties (20.66%) reporting deaths from COVID-19.

 

Indiana’s COVID-19 Positive Case Demographics

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 28 1
Bartholomew 10 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 20 0
Brown 3 0
Carroll 2 0
Cass 0 0
Clark 27 0
Clay 1 0
Clinton 1 0
Crawford 1 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 10 1
Decatur 42 0
DeKalb 1 0
Delaware 15 1
Dubois 2 0
Elkhart 12 0
Fayette 8 1
Floyd 20 0
Fountain 1 0
Franklin 28 4
Fulton 1 0
Gibson 4 0
Grant 7 0
Greene 1 0
Hamilton 106 0
Hancock 28 1
Harrison 15 0
Hendricks 58 1
Henry 2 0
Howard 14 1
Huntington 2 0
Jackson 8 0
Jasper 6 1
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 0 0
Jennings 14 0
Johnson 81 3
Knox 2 0
Kosciusko 4 0
LaGrange 2 0
Lake 97 1
LaPorte 6 0
Lawrence 9 0
Madison 29 1
Marion 804 12
Marshall 3 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 3 0
Monroe 26 0
Montgomery 6 0
Morgan 23 1
Newton 1 0
Noble 2 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 2 0
Owen 10 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 15 0
Posey 3 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 7 1
Randolph 1 0
Ripley 25 0
Rush 4 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 13 0
St. Joseph 36 1
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 1 0
Sullivan 1 0
Switzerland 3 0
Tippecanoe 14 1
Tipton 4 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 17 0
Vermillion 1 0
Vigo 7 1
Wabash 1 0
Warren 2 0
Warrick 8 0
Washington 6 0
Wayne 1 0
Wells 1 0
White 2 0
Whitley 1 0

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 28th

As of March 28th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 1,514 out of 9,830 tests (15.40%), with 32 deaths (2.11%).

282 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 1 new death were reported in Indiana on March 28, 2020.

New cases of COVID-19 were reported in Allen (3), Bartholomew (3), Boone (5), Brown (1), Clark (2), Clay (1), Dearborn (2), Decatur (10), Delaware (6), Dubois (1), Elkhart (1), Fayette (1), Floyd (1), Franklin (3), Grant (2), Greene (1), Hamilton (19), Hancock (3), Harrison (7), Hendricks (12), Henry (1), Howard (3), Jasper (1), Jennings (3), Johnson (19), Knox (2), Kosciusko (1), Lake (17), LaPorte (2), Lawrence (4), Madison (6), Marion (92), Monroe (6), Montgomery (1), Morgan (6), Owen (2), Porter (5), Posey (1), Ripley (4), Shelby (2), St. Joseph (1), Steuben (1), Switzerland (2), Tipton (2), Vanderburgh (7), Vigo (3), Warren (1), Warrick (2), and Washington (1) counties on March 28, 2020.

New deaths from COVID-19 were reported in Franklin (1) and Morgan (1) counties on March 28, 2020.

The first positive cases of COVID-19 were found in Clay, Greene, Knox, and Steuben counties on March 28, 2020, bringing the total to 79 of 92 counties (85.87%) reporting positive cases of COVID-19.

The first death from COVID-19 occurred in Morgan County on March 28, 2020, bringing the total to 19 of 92 counties (20.66%) reporting deaths from COVID-19.

NOTE: One death was dropped from Hendricks County stats. No note was given.

Indiana’s COVID-19 Positive Case Demographics

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 26 1
Bartholomew 10 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 13 0
Brown 3 0
Carroll 1 0
Cass 0 0
Clark 20 0
Clay 1 0
Clinton 1 0
Crawford 1 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 10 1
Decatur 40 0
DeKalb 1 0
Delaware 14 1
Dubois 2 0
Elkhart 12 0
Fayette 5 1
Floyd 14 0
Fountain 1 0
Franklin 26 3
Fulton 1 0
Gibson 4 0
Grant 7 0
Greene 1 0
Hamilton 83 0
Hancock 22 1
Harrison 14 0
Hendricks 48 1
Henry 2 0
Howard 12 1
Huntington 1 0
Jackson 7 0
Jasper 6 1
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 0 0
Jennings 13 0
Johnson 71 3
Knox 2 0
Kosciusko 3 0
LaGrange 2 0
Lake 85 1
LaPorte 6 0
Lawrence 8 0
Madison 18 1
Marion 676 10
Marshall 3 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 1 0
Monroe 22 0
Montgomery 5 0
Morgan 20 1
Newton 1 0
Noble 2 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 1 0
Owen 9 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 14 0
Posey 3 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 5 1
Randolph 1 0
Ripley 19 0
Rush 2 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 12 0
St. Joseph 32 1
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 1 0
Sullivan 1 0
Switzerland 3 0
Tippecanoe 11 1
Tipton 4 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 17 0
Vermillion 1 0
Vigo 7 1
Wabash 1 0
Warren 2 0
Warrick 8 0
Washington 5 0
Wayne 1 0
Wells 1 0
White 1 0
Whitley 1 0

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 27th

As of March 27th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 1,232 out of 8,407 tests (14.66%), with 31 deaths (2.52%).

251 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 7 new deaths were reported in Indiana on March 27, 2020.

New cases of COVID-19 were reported in Allen (2), Bartholomew (1), Boone (1), Clark (6), Crawford (1), Dearborn (4), Decatur (4), Elkhart (2), Fayette (1), Floyd (2), Franklin (2), Gibson (1), Hamilton (12), Hancock (6), Harrison (3), Hendricks (8), Howard (2), Jackson (3), Jasper (1), Jennings (5), Johnson (10), Kosciusko (1), Lake (21), LaPorte (2), Madison (5), Marion (100), Monroe (8), Montgomery (1), Morgan (4), Newton (1), Noble (1), Owen (2), Porter (3), Posey (1), Putnam (3), Ripley (1), Shelby (4), St. Joseph (4), Switzerland (1), Tippecanoe (3), Vanderburgh (4), Vermillion (1), Vigo (1), Wabash (1), Warrick (3), and White (1) counties on March 27, 2020.

New deaths from COVID-19 were reported in Fayette (1), Franklin (1), Lake (1), Marion (2), Tippecanoe (1), and Vigo (1) counties on March 27, 2020.

The first positive cases of COVID-19 were found in Crawford, Newton, Switzerland, Vermillion, and Wabash counties on March 27, 2020, bringing the total to 74 of 92 counties (80.44%) reporting positive cases of COVID-19.

The first deaths from COVID-19 occurred in Fayette, Lake, Tippecanoe, and Vigo counties on March 27, 2020, bringing the total to 18 of 92 counties (19.57%) reporting deaths from COVID-19.

NOTE: Lawrence, Marshall, and Rush counties all dropped 1 from their previously reported positive case numbers. No reason was given.

Indiana’s COVID-19 Positive Case Demographics

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 23 1
Bartholomew 7 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 8 0
Brown 2 0
Carroll 1 0
Cass 0 0
Clark 18 0
Clay 0 0
Clinton 1 0
Crawford 1 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 8 1
Decatur 30 0
DeKalb 1 0
Delaware 8 1
Dubois 1 0
Elkhart 11 0
Fayette 4 1
Floyd 13 0
Fountain 1 0
Franklin 23 2
Fulton 1 0
Gibson 4 0
Grant 5 0
Greene 0 0
Hamilton 64 0
Hancock 19 1
Harrison 7 0
Hendricks 36 2
Henry 1 0
Howard 9 1
Huntington 1 0
Jackson 7 0
Jasper 5 1
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 0 0
Jennings 10 0
Johnson 52 3
Knox 0 0
Kosciusko 2 0
LaGrange 2 0
Lake 68 1
LaPorte 4 0
Lawrence 4 0
Madison 12 1
Marion 584 10
Marshall 3 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 1 0
Monroe 16 0
Montgomery 4 0
Morgan 14 0
Newton 1 0
Noble 2 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 1 0
Owen 7 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 9 0
Posey 2 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 5 1
Randolph 1 0
Ripley 15 0
Rush 2 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 10 0
St. Joseph 31 1
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 0 0
Sullivan 1 0
Switzerland 1 0
Tippecanoe 11 1
Tipton 2 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 10 0
Vermillion 1 0
Vigo 4 1
Wabash 1 0
Warren 1 0
Warrick 6 0
Washington 4 0
Wayne 1 0
Wells 1 0
White 1 0
Whitley 1 0

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 26th

As of March 26th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 981 out of 6,936 tests (14.14%), with 24 deaths (2.45%).

336 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 7 new deaths were reported in Indiana on March 26, 2020.

New cases of COVID-19 were reported in Allen (13), Brown (1), Carroll (1), Clark (2), Clinton (1), Dearborn (1), Decatur (13), Delaware (1), Elkhart (2), Floyd (4), Franklin (8), Fulton (1), Grant (2), Hamilton (12), Hancock (4), Harrison (2), Hendricks (7), Henry (1), Howard (1), Huntington (1), Jackson (2), Jasper (1), Jennings (1), Johnson (6), Kosciusko (1), LaGrange (2), Lake (16), Lawrence (3), Madison (3), Marion (191), Marshall (3), Monroe (2), Montgomery (1), Morgan (3), Owen (1), Porter (1), Randolph (1), Ripley (3), Rush (2), Shelby (4), St. Joseph (6), Tippecanoe (1), Vanderburgh (2), Washington (1), and Whitley (1) counties on March 26, 2020.

New deaths from COVID-19 were reported in Dearborn (1), Hendricks (2), Madison (1), Marion (2) and St. Joseph (1) counties on March 26, 2020.

The first positive cases of COVID-19 were found in Carroll, Clinton, Fulton, Henry, Huntington, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Randolph, and Whitley counties on March 26, 2020, bringing the total to 69 of 92 counties (75.00%) reporting positive cases of COVID-19.

The first deaths from COVID-19 occurred in Dearborn, Hendricks, Madison, and St. Joseph counties on March 26, 2020, bringing the total to 14 of 92 counties (15.22%) reporting deaths from COVID-19.

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 21 1
Bartholomew 6 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 7 0
Brown 2 0
Carroll 1 0
Cass 0 0
Clark 12 0
Clay 0 0
Clinton 1 0
Crawford 0 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 4 1
Decatur 26 0
DeKalb 1 0
Delaware 8 1
Dubois 1 0
Elkhart 9 0
Fayette 3 0
Floyd 11 0
Fountain 1 0
Franklin 21 1
Fulton 1 0
Gibson 3 0
Grant 5 0
Greene 0 0
Hamilton 52 0
Hancock 13 1
Harrison 4 0
Hendricks 28 2
Henry 1 0
Howard 7 1
Huntington 1 0
Jackson 4 0
Jasper 4 1
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 0 0
Jennings 5 0
Johnson 42 3
Knox 0 0
Kosciusko 1 0
LaGrange 2 0
Lake 47 0
LaPorte 2 0
Lawrence 5 0
Madison 7 1
Marion 484 8
Marshall 4 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 1 0
Monroe 8 0
Montgomery 3 0
Morgan 10 0
Newton 0 0
Noble 1 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 1 0
Owen 5 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 6 0
Posey 1 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 2 1
Randolph 1 0
Ripley 14 0
Rush 3 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 6 0
St. Joseph 27 1
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 0 0
Sullivan 1 0
Switzerland 0 0
Tippecanoe 8 0
Tipton 2 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 6 0
Vermillion 0 0
Vigo 3 0
Wabash 0 0
Warren 1 0
Warrick 3 0
Washington 4 0
Wayne 1 0
Wells 1 0
White 0 0
Whitley 1 0

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 25th

As of March 25th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 645 out of 4,651 tests (13.87%), with 17 deaths (2.64%).

168 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 3 new deaths were reported in Indiana on March 25, 2020.

New cases of COVID-19 were reported in Elkhart (2), Floyd (1), Fountain (1), Franklin (6), Gibson (1), Hamilton (10), Hancock (1), Hendricks (6), Jackson (1), Jasper (2), Jennings (1), Johnson (12), Lake (12), Lawrence (1), Marion (67), Marshall (1), Monroe (2), Montgomery (1), Morgan (2), Orange (1), Porter (2), Posey (1), Ripley (4), St. Joseph (2), Tippecanoe (3), Vanderburgh (3), Warren (1), Warrick (3), Washington (1), and Wayne (1) counties on March 25, 2020.

The first positive cases of COVID-19 were found in Fountain, Marshall, Orange, Posey, Warren, Warrick, and Wayne counties on March 25, 2020, bringing the total to 60 of 92 counties (65.22%) reporting positive cases of COVID-19.

 

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 8 1
Bartholomew 6 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 7 0
Brown 1 0
Carroll 0 0
Cass 0 0
Clark 10 0
Clay 0 0
Clinton 0 0
Crawford 0 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 3 0
Decatur 13 0
DeKalb 1 0
Delaware 7 1
Dubois 1 0
Elkhart 7 0
Fayette 3 0
Floyd 7 0
Fountain 1 0
Franklin 13 1
Fulton 0 0
Gibson 3 0
Grant 3 0
Greene 0 0
Hamilton 40 0
Hancock 9 1
Harrison 2 0
Hendricks 21 0
Henry 0 0
Howard 6 1
Huntington 0 0
Jackson 2 0
Jasper 3 1
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 0 0
Jennings 4 0
Johnson 36 3
Knox 0 0
Kosciusko 0 0
LaGrange 0 0
Lake 31 0
LaPorte 2 0
Lawrence 2 0
Madison 4 0
Marion 226 6
Marshall 1 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 1 0
Monroe 6 0
Montgomery 2 0
Morgan 7 0
Newton 0 0
Noble 1 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 1 0
Owen 4 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 5 0
Posey 1 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 2 1
Randolph 0 0
Ripley 11 0
Rush 1 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 2 0
St. Joseph 21 0
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 0 0
Sullivan 1 0
Switzerland 0 0
Tippecanoe 7 0
Tipton 2 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 4 0
Vermillion 0 0
Vigo 3 0
Wabash 0 0
Warren 1 0
Warrick 3 0
Washington 3 0
Wayne 1 0
Wells 1 0
White 0 0
Whitley 0 0

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 25th

As of March 25th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 645 out of 4,651 tests (13.87%), with 17 deaths (2.64%).

168 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 3 new deaths were reported in Indiana on March 25, 2020.

New cases of COVID-19 were reported in Elkhart (2), Floyd (1), Fountain (1), Franklin (6), Gibson (1), Hamilton (10), Hancock (1), Hendricks (6), Jackson (1), Jasper (2), Jennings (1), Johnson (12), Lake (12), Lawrence (1), Marion (67), Marshall (1), Monroe (2), Montgomery (1), Morgan (2), Orange (1), Porter (2), Posey (1), Ripley (4), St. Joseph (2), Tippecanoe (3), Vanderburgh (3), Warren (1), Warrick (3), Washington (1), and Wayne (1) counties on March 25, 2020.

The first positive cases of COVID-19 were found in Fountain, Marshall, Orange, Posey, Warren, Warrick, and Wayne counties on March 25, 2020, bringing the total to 60 of 92 counties (65.22%) reporting positive cases of COVID-19.

 

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 8 1
Bartholomew 6 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 7 0
Brown 1 0
Carroll 0 0
Cass 0 0
Clark 10 0
Clay 0 0
Clinton 0 0
Crawford 0 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 3 0
Decatur 13 0
DeKalb 1 0
Delaware 7 1
Dubois 1 0
Elkhart 7 0
Fayette 3 0
Floyd 7 0
Fountain 1 0
Franklin 13 1
Fulton 0 0
Gibson 3 0
Grant 3 0
Greene 0 0
Hamilton 40 0
Hancock 9 1
Harrison 2 0
Hendricks 21 0
Henry 0 0
Howard 6 1
Huntington 0 0
Jackson 2 0
Jasper 3 1
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 0 0
Jennings 4 0
Johnson 36 3
Knox 0 0
Kosciusko 0 0
LaGrange 0 0
Lake 31 0
LaPorte 2 0
Lawrence 2 0
Madison 4 0
Marion 226 6
Marshall 1 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 1 0
Monroe 6 0
Montgomery 2 0
Morgan 7 0
Newton 0 0
Noble 1 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 1 0
Owen 4 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 5 0
Posey 1 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 2 1
Randolph 0 0
Ripley 11 0
Rush 1 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 2 0
St. Joseph 21 0
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 0 0
Sullivan 1 0
Switzerland 0 0
Tippecanoe 7 0
Tipton 2 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 4 0
Vermillion 0 0
Vigo 3 0
Wabash 0 0
Warren 1 0
Warrick 3 0
Washington 3 0
Wayne 1 0
Wells 1 0
White 0 0
Whitley 0 0

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 24th

As of March 24th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 477 out of 3,356 tests (14.21%), with 14 deaths (2.94%).

112 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 2 new deaths were reported in Indiana on March 24, 2020.

New cases were reported in Boone (1), Clark (1), Decatur (1), DeKalb (1), Delaware (3), Elkhart (1), Fayette (1), Hamilton (5), Hancock (5), Harrison (1), Hendricks (2), Jasper (1), Jennings (1), Johnson (6), Lake (2), Madison (1), Marion (65), Monroe (1), Morgan (2), Owen (2), Porter (2), Putnam (1), Ripley (1), Rush (1), Shelby (1), St. Joseph (4), and Tippecanoe (1) counties on March 24, 2020.

NOTE: Previously reported cases in Warrick & Wayne counties were removed, though there’s note as to why.

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 7 1
Bartholomew 5 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 4 0
Brown 1 0
Carroll 0 0
Cass 0 0
Clark 6 0
Clay 0 0
Clinton 0 0
Crawford 0 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 2 0
Decatur 7 0
DeKalb 1 0
Delaware 7 1
Dubois 1 0
Elkhart 5 0
Fayette 3 0
Floyd 6 0
Fountain 0 0
Franklin 7 0
Fulton 0 0
Gibson 2 0
Grant 3 0
Greene 0 0
Hamilton 30 0
Hancock 8 1
Harrison 2 0
Hendricks 15 0
Henry 0 0
Howard 6 1
Huntington 0 0
Jackson 1 0
Jasper 1 0
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 0 0
Jennings 3 0
Johnson 24 3
Knox 0 0
Kosciusko 0 0
LaGrange 0 0
Lake 19 0
LaPorte 2 0
Lawrence 1 0
Madison 4 0
Marion 226 6
Marshall 0 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 1 0
Monroe 4 0
Montgomery 1 0
Morgan 5 0
Newton 0 0
Noble 1 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 0 0
Owen 4 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 3 0
Posey 0 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 2 0
Randolph 0 0
Ripley 7 0
Rush 1 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 2 0
St. Joseph 19 0
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 0 0
Sullivan 1 0
Switzerland 0 0
Tippecanoe 4 0
Tipton 2 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 1 0
Vermillion 0 0
Vigo 3 0
Wabash 0 0
Warren 0 0
Warrick 0 0
Washington 2 0
Wayne 0 0
Wells 1 0
White 0 0
Whitley 0 0

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of March 23rd

As of March 23nd at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 365 out of 2,931 tests (12.45%), with 12 deaths (3.29%).

106 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 5 new deaths were reported in Indiana on March 23, 2020.

New cases were reported in Allen (1), Brown (1), Dearborn (2), Decatur (6), Delaware (1), Fayette (1), Floyd (2), Franklin (3), Gibson (2), Hamilton (4), Hendricks (1), Jackson (1), Johnson (4), Lake (6), Lawrence (1), Marion (51), Montgomery (1), Ohio (1), Porter (1), Ripley (5), St. Joseph (6), Starke (1), Sullivan (1), Tippecanoe (1), Vigo (1) and Warrick (1) counties on March 23, 2020.

Positive COVID-19 Cases by Indiana County of Residence

County

Cases

Deaths

Adams 1 0
Allen 7 1
Bartholomew 5 0
Benton 0 0
Blackford 0 0
Boone 3 0
Brown 1 0
Carroll 0 0
Cass 0 0
Clark 5 0
Clay 0 0
Clinton 0 0
Crawford 0 0
Daviess 0 0
Dearborn 2 0
Decatur 6 0
DeKalb 0 0
Delaware 4 1
Dubois 1 0
Elkhart 4 0
Fayette 2 0
Floyd 6 0
Fountain 0 0
Franklin 7 0
Fulton 0 0
Gibson 2 0
Grant 3 0
Greene 0 0
Hamilton 25 0
Hancock 3 0
Harrison 1 0
Hendricks 13 0
Henry 0 0
Howard 6 0
Huntington 0 0
Jackson 1 0
Jasper 0 0
Jay 0 0
Jefferson 0 0
Jennings 2 0
Johnson 18 3
Knox 0 0
Kosciusko 0 0
LaGrange 0 0
Lake 17 0
LaPorte 2 0
Lawrence 1 0
Madison 3 0
Marion 161 6
Marshall 0 0
Martin 0 0
Miami 1 0
Monroe 3 0
Montgomery 1 0
Morgan 3 0
Newton 0 0
Noble 1 0
Ohio 1 0
Orange 0 0
Owen 2 0
Parke 0 0
Perry 0 0
Pike 0 0
Porter 1 0
Posey 0 0
Pulaski 0 0
Putnam 1 0
Randolph 0 0
Ripley 6 0
Rush 0 0
Scott 1 1
Shelby 1 0
St. Joseph 15 0
Spencer 0 0
Starke 1 0
Steuben 0 0
Sullivan 1 0
Switzerland 0 0
Tippecanoe 3 0
Tipton 2 0
Union 0 0
Vanderburgh 1 0
Vermillion 0 0
Vigo 3 0
Wabash 0 0
Warren 0 0
Warrick 1 0
Washington 2 0
Wayne 1 0
Wells 1 0
White 0 0
Whitley 0 0

via secure.in.gov/isdh/28470.htm

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Travelers Rights Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Attorney General Curtis Hill today said if you are unsure about following through with your travel plans or are wondering what to do if your flight is impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it is important to know your rights.

Airlines have slashed hundreds of flights since this public health crisis emerged, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says crowded travel settings such as airports may increase the chances of getting the coronavirus.

“The coronavirus outbreak has upended every aspect of our lives and has understandably caused consumers to hesitate before continuing with their air travel plans,” Attorney General Hill said.

Attorney General Hill said travelers should be aware of the following before making any changes to their plans:

  • If an airline has canceled a flight, a passenger is entitled to a refund from the airline regardless of whether they will be booking a new flight.
  • A passenger is entitled to a refund if an airline makes a significant schedule change and/or significantly delays a flight and the passenger chooses not to travel.
  • A passenger is entitled to a refund if they paid a fee for an optional service but were unable to use the service due to a flight cancellation, delay, schedule change or situation where they were involuntarily denied boarding.
  • When a flight is not canceled but a passenger chooses not to board, a passenger who purchased a fully refundable ticket is generally entitled to a refund when they do not use the purchased ticket to complete their travel.
  • When a flight is not canceled but a passenger chooses not to board, a passenger who purchased a non-refundable ticket is generally not entitled to a refund unless the airline makes a promise to provide a refund.
  • When a flight is canceled, a passenger who incurs incidental expenses such as a rental car, hotel room or meal due to a significantly delayed or canceled flight is not entitled to a refund for the incidental expenses.
  • If a passenger purchased their ticket through an online travel agency or other agent, they should contact the travel agent directly to obtain a refund before contacting the airline.

If you do not receive a refund from an airline, travel agency or other entity to which you believe you are entitled, you may file a complaint with the Office’s Consumer Protection Division.

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