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Indiana Reports 33 New COVID-19 Deaths Friday

Indiana Reports 5,700 New Positive Cases of COVID-19, 33 New Deaths

Posted: Nov 27, 2020 11:56 AM
Updated: Nov 28, 2020 7:52 PM

The Indiana State Department of Health is reporting over 5,700 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 33 new deaths throughout the Hoosier State.

Including 190 new positive confirmed cases in Vanderburgh County and 2 new deaths locally.

Vanderburgh County: 190 new positive cases (10,028 total), (121 total)
Knox County:  33 new positive cases (1,930 total), 1 new death (21 total)
Warrick County:  55 new positive cases (3,353 total) 
Perry County: 14 new positive cases (851 total)
Posey County: 17  new positive cases (1258 total)
Gibson County: 57 new positive cases (1,894 total), 
Pike County: 11 new positive cases (527 total)
Dubois County: 27 new positive cases (2,456 total)
Daviess County:30 new positive cases (1,631 total), 1 new death (45 total)
Spencer County: 32 new positive cases (890 total)

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Just another day in paradise; afternoon highs again topped out in the mid to low 70s across the Tri-State under a mix of sun and clouds. If you have plans out and about this evening, make sure to grab a jacket before you head out - after seeing temperatures near 64° around dinnertime, the mercury will dip to 57° by 10 o'clock before falling all the way back down into the mid to upper 40s early Wednesday morning. Sure, tomorrow morning's lows of 47° will represent our mildest start to a day since this past Friday, but it's still going to make for a cool start to our midweek nonetheless. The combination of sunshine and southerly winds however, will help drive temperatures back into the low 70s by lunchtime - if you're planning on lunching outside Wednesday, make sure not to do so in the shade. Wind gusts near 15 mph at times during our lunch hour will make for a chilly brown bag lunch outdoors.
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