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Vanderburgh Co. Reports 167 New Positive COVID-19 Cases, 1 New Death

The state health department said Monday that 167 more residents of Vanderburgh County had tested positive for COVID-19 and that one more resident had died from it.

Posted: Nov 16, 2020 11:06 AM
Updated: Nov 16, 2020 11:21 AM

On Monday, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 5,218 new positive cases of COVID-19 throughout the Hoosier State.

In southwest Indiana, Vanderburgh County saw its second-highest day of new positive cases so far on Monday, with 167 new positive cases of the virus being reported there. Now, over 8,000 of the county's residents have tested positive for COVID-19. With one new death also reported in Vanderburgh County on Monday, the county saw its 100th total COVID-19 death to date.

Although Vanderburgh County was the District 10 county with the highest level of COVID-19 activity on Monday, all counties within the district showed COVID-19 increases.

Local COVID-19 Increases for Monday, Nov. 16:

  • Vanderburgh County: 167 new positive cases (8,392 total positive cases), 1 new death (100 total deaths)
  • Warrick County: 56 new positive cases (2,825 total)
  • Gibson County: 54 new positive cases (1,493 total)
  • Posey County: 26 new positive cases (1,069 total)
  • Knox County: 33 new positive cases (1,452 total)
  • Pike County: 5 new positive cases (457 total)
  • Daviess County: 20 new positive cases (1,263 total)
  • Dubois County: 12 new positive cases (2,077 total)
  • Spencer County: 16 new positive cases (686 total)
  • Perry County: 14 new positive cases (742 total)

With the new COVID-19 increases reported throughout Indiana on Monday, 256,744 total Hoosiers are now confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19 to date.

Overall, 26 new COVID-19 deaths were also reported throughout the state on Monday, bringing to 4,686 the total number of Indiana residents now confirmed to have died from COVID-19 to date.

Statewide in Indiana, 2,768 patients were hospitalized for COVID-19 as of Sunday, leaving 26.2% of ICU beds and 75% of ventilators available throughout the state's hospitals.

As of Sunday, Stage 5 of Indiana's reopening was no more, with Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb's new COVID-19 Executive Order going into effect and taking its place in hopes of slowing the spread of the highly contagious disease.

For more information on COVID-19 in Indiana, you can visit the state health department's COVID-19 dashboard.


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