More Than 6K New COVID-19 Cases In Hoosier State; More than 300 Local Cases

The Indiana Department of Health is updating their latest COVID-19 numbers across the state.

Posted: Nov 15, 2020 11:42 AM
Updated: Nov 16, 2020 8:30 AM

The Indiana Department of Health is updating their latest COVID-19 numbers across the state.

On Sunday, health offficials reported 6,844 new COVID-19 cases, along with 22 new deaths.

Locally, there are more than 380 new positive cases across our counties.

Vanderburgh County reporting 158 new COVID-19 cases Sunday.

On Friday, Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb signed Executive Order 20-48, thus voiding Stage 5 of Indiana's Back on Track Plan (Order 20-46) and implementing new "pandemic requirements" for all Indiana residents.

The new Executive Order signed by Gov. Holcomb will last until at least Saturday, Dec. 12.

Here are the latest numbers:


Vanderburgh: 8,226 including 99 deaths
Warrick: 2,769 including 69 deaths
Gibson: 1,439 including 18 deaths
Posey: 1,043 including 13 deaths
Knox: 1,419 including 13 deaths
Dubois: 2,065 including 29 deaths
Spencer: 670 including 7 deaths
Daviess: 1,240 including 42 deaths
Perry: 728 including 20 deaths
Pike: 452 including 18 deaths

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