COVID-19 Cases on the Increase in Dubois County

Health department officials in Dubois County updating COVID-19 results, adding 11 new cases as of Tuesday, Aug. 18.

Posted: Aug 18, 2020 10:21 AM
Updated: Aug 18, 2020 10:35 AM

The Dubois County Health Department updating COVID-19 results, adding 11 new cases as of Tuesday morning.

Cases have spiked in the county over the last several weeks with 758 total cases reported since the coronavirus pandemic began.

Dubois County health officials have seen 13 deaths related to the virus since March, including five deaths from Northwood Retirement Community.

In total, 581 residents of the county have recovered from the virus to date.

The Indiana State Department Health says over 82,000 cases have been reported statewide, along with 3,135 deaths attributed to COVID-19.

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After a damp start to our Monday, the rain and skies gradually cleared for many of us and we were left with a pleasant and breezy, albeit humid afternoon throughout the Tri-State. The southerly winds paired with the clearer skies later in the day helped drive temperatures back into mid to low 80s for many of us. The evening ahead should remain dry and mild; after seeing temperatures around 80° dinnertime and 75° by 10PM, we'll fall off to a morning low near 69° in Evansville early Tuesday morning.
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