COVID-19 Update - 59 cases
On Monday, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 6,127 new tests performed in 24 hours (June 27-28), with 312 new positive results, and five new deaths throughout the state.
In the Wabash Valley, the ISDH data shows Clay County is ranked fourth for COVID-19 positive cases when considering the eight counties in District 7.
Much of the current COVID-19 Data for the eight counties have slightly changed for at least a week, including:
VIGO - 220 Positive Cases among the 6,151 tested, with eight deaths.
GREENE - 183 Positive Cases among the 1,970 tested, with 31 deaths.
PUTNAM - 164 Positive Cases among the 2,551 tested, with eight deaths.
CLAY - 59 Positive Cases among the 1,584 tested, with four deaths.
SULLIVAN - 45 Positive Cases among the 1,445 tested, with one death.
OWEN - 41 Positive Cases among the 1,406 tested, with one death.
PARKE - 22 Positive Cases among the 778 tested, with no deaths reported.
VERMILLION - 13 Positive Cases among the 742 tested, with no deaths reported.
The ISDH reports 45,228 positive cases among the 6.7 million Indiana residents, with 444,252 residents tested, and 2,432 deaths reported. The states data suggests that the increasing number of Indiana residents tested has lowered the overall percent of Indiana residents, which is confirmed positive as of June 28 to 9.5 percent. (The numbers are provisional, reflecting only the information published to the ISDH.)
Indiana residents whose physician listed their death with COVID-19 as a contributing cause to a total of 192. These deaths are diagnosed by medical staff based on X-rays, scans, and other clinical symptoms with the absence of a COVID-19 test.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US), there are 2,504,175 cases reported in the United States, with 125,484 deaths.