Indiana Reports Highest Number of New COVID-19 Deaths So Far

Indiana saw its highest one-day increase of new COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday when 51 new deaths were reported statewide by Hoosier health officials.

Posted: Oct 27, 2020 11:25 AM
Updated: Oct 27, 2020 11:52 AM

On Tuesday, the Indiana State Department of Health said that 51 more Hoosiers had died from COVID-19.

Tuesday's report of 51 new COVID-19 deaths throughout the state comes as the highest number of new deaths reported in a single day. The record was previously set on April 22, when according to state data, 50 new COVID-19 deaths were reported.

Two of the new COVID-19 deaths reported on Tuesday occurred in Vanderburgh County, where there are now 64 total residents confirmed to have died from COVID-19.

Daviess County also accounted for two of the new COVID-19 deaths reported throughout the state on Tuesday, bringing the total number of Daviess County residents confirmed to have died from the virus to 36.

Statewide, 3,958 total Indiana residents are now confirmed by ISDH to have died from COVID-19.

New Positive Cases

ISDH reported 2,062 new positive cases of COVID-19 throughout Indiana on Tuesday, bringing the total number of Indiana residents known to have tested positive for the virus so far to 166,564.

Locally, each county in Indiana's southwest Tri-State region is reporting new positive cases of the virus:

  • Vanderburgh: 57 new positive cases
  • Knox: 21 new positive cases
  • Warrick: 19 new positive cases
  • Dubois: 16 new positive cases
  • Gibson: 13 new positive cases
  • Perry: 8 new positive cases
  • Daviess: 8 new positive cases
  • Pike: 6 new positive cases
  • Spencer: 6 new positive cases
  • Posey: 5 new positive cases

Tuesday's new positive cases are the result of 8,961 new COVID-19 tests that were performed throughout the state. So far, 1,646,542 total Indiana residents have been tested for COVID-19.

ISDH says that as of Monday's hospitalization data, 1,687 total Indiana residents are hospitalized for COVID-19.

Link: Indiana Health Officials Concerned With Rising COVID-19 Hospitalization Rates

You can find more information on COVID-19 in Indiana by visiting ISDH's COVID-19 dashboard, which is updated daily.



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