FRIDAY'S COVID-19 UPDATE: Clay County advisory level returns back to ‘red' level

Sunday, September 12, 2021

Indiana State Department of Health’s COVID-19 Data Report Dashboard updated Wednesday to reflect current data. Clay County returned to the RED category on the 2-Week Metric Score, Advisory Level, Weekly Cases Per 100,000 Residents, and the 7-Day All Tests Positivity Rate.

The ISDH reports 98.4% of the samples taken from positive cases reported in September are the Delta Variant (B.1.627.2).

The overall number of COVID-19 tests performed in Clay County since the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 is 37,329 (date range of 03-12-2020 to 09-08-2021). A total of 14,915 individuals have been tested during that time, with 3,602 positive results and 54 deaths reported.

Two-week metric score

The two most recent deaths were reported on August 24th, 29th, and September 7.

Of the reported deaths, 38.9% were female, with 61.1% male.

The demographics from ISDH include no data for individuals ranging from 0-49. Most of the deaths occurred in the following:

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