Another high day of new positive COVID-19 cases was reported in Indiana on Friday by the state health department.
According to the Indiana State Department of Health, 7,360 more Indiana residents have tested positive for COVID-19, with 412,135 total Hoosiers now confirmed to have tested positive for the virus to date.
With 71 new COVID-19 deaths also reported statewide on Friday, the state health department said 6,373 total Indiana residents had now died from the virus.
Here are Friday's local increases:
- Vanderburgh County: 146 new positive cases (12,261 total), 3 new deaths (154 total)
- Warrick County: 76 new positive cases (4,138 total)
- Gibson County: 51 new positive cases (2,506 total), 2 new deaths (44 total)
- Knox County: 52 new positive cases (2,425 total), 1 new death (30 total)
- Daviess County: 20 new positive cases (1,958 total)
- Dubois County: 51 new positive cases (3,157 total)
- Perry County: 11 new positive cases (987 total)
- Pike County: 17 new positive cases (681 total)
- Posey County: 17 new positive cases (1,523 total)
- Spencer County: 20 new positive case (1,092 total), 1 new death (10 total)
On Thursday, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb signed his latest COVID-19 Executive Order for the state of Indiana, which increases restrictions on events and gatherings, while also imposing new requirements on hospitals statewide.
You can find additional information on COVID-19 in the Hoosier State from ISDH.