Indiana had 658 new positive cases of COVID-19 as of Monday, July 20, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
To date, a total of 57,206 Indiana residents have tested positive for COVID-19, with the state's first positive case being recorded by ISDH on March 6.
Three new COVID-19 deaths were reported statewide on Monday - which brought Indiana's coronavirus death toll to 2,632 total, since the first COVID-19 death was recorded in the state on March 16.
To date, 635,660 Indiana residents have been tested for COVID-19, up from 626,880 since Sunday's report. The number of total tested divided by the number of total positive shows a statewide positivity rate of 9.0%.
Statewide Hospital Capacity:
Statewide Ventilator capacity:
- 14.4% Ventilators in Use - Non-COVID
- 2.9% Ventilators in Use - COVID
- 82.6% Ventilators Available
Statewide ICU bed capacity:
- 53.3% ICU Beds in Use - Non-COVID
- 10.6% ICU Beds in Use - COVID
- 36.1% ICU Beds Available
You can view ISDH's daily statewide COVID-19 updates here.
Local COVID-19 Update:
In Vanderburgh County, 42 new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported on Monday, July 20. That brought the county's number of identified cases to 1,153 total. The first case of COVID-19 in Vanderburgh County was recorded on March 19.
So far, 20,464 Vanderburgh County residents have been tested for COVID-19 - showing a county-wide positivity rate of 5.6%.
Throughout all of District 10, there were 88 new positive cases of COVID-19 reported on Monday.
District 10 is the Indiana district that contains Vanderburgh, Warrick, Gibson, Posey, Spencer, Pike, Knox, Daviess, Dubois, Perry, Martin, and Crawford Counties.
No new coronavirus deaths were reported in the district on Monday.