The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) on Thursday, Sept. 3, confirmed 1,110 more Indiana residents had tested positive for COVID-19.
Since the state health department first began tracking the novel coronavirus in the Hoosier State, with the first positive case of COVID-19 being recorded on March 6, a total of 96,854 Indiana residents have tested positive for the virus so far.
While only four new COVID-19 deaths were reported throughout Indiana on Thursday, one of those four deaths was reported locally, in Knox County.
A total of 3,110 Indiana residents have died from COVID-19 so far. The first COVID-19 death in Indiana was recorded by the state health department on March 15.
So far, 1,103,038 total Indiana residents have been tested for COVID-19, with 10,615 new individual tests being reported on Thursday. Out of all of the Indiana residents who have been tested for the virus, 8.78% of them have tested positive.
As of Thursday, 39% of ICU beds and 82.4% of ventilators were available statewide in Indiana's hospitals, according to ISDH.