25 new COVID-19 deaths were reported throughout the state of Indiana on Tuesday, Aug. 11, by the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH).
That brought the total number of Hoosiers confirmed to have died from COVID-19 to 2,863.
ISDH also reported 884 new positive cases of coronavirus throughout the state on Tuesday, bringing the total number of Indiana residents diagnosed with COVID-19 to date to 75,862 total.
To date, 861,655 Indiana residents have been tested for the novel coronavirus, showing a statewide positivity rate of 8.8%.
Locally, 25 new positive cases of coronavirus were reported in Vanderburgh County on Tuesday.
Surrounding local Indiana counties saw smaller increases in new positive cases, with Dubois County seeing nine new positive cases, and Gibson and Pike counties seeing three new positive cases each.
Warrick, Knox, and Posey Counties each had two new positive cases as of Tuesday.
Spencer and Perry Counties saw the smallest increases in new cases, with one new positive case each.
The Indiana county with the highest amount of total positive COVID-19 cases is Marion County, with 16,088 total positive cases reported as of Tuesday.
Due to an increase in the state's COVID-19 positivity rate and an increase in the number of Hoosiers hospitalized for COVID-19, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has implemented a statewide mask mandate, requiring all Indiana residents 8-years-old and above to wear a mask under certain circumstances.
A full update on COVID-19 in Indiana by ISDH can be found by clicking here and will be updated daily.