Vanderburgh County Reports 211 New Positive COVID-19 Cases

Over 300,000 Indiana residents have now tested positive for COVID-19 to date.

Posted: Nov 23, 2020 11:08 AM
Updated: Nov 23, 2020 11:18 AM

Another record-high number of new positive COVID-19 cases was reported in Vanderburgh County on Monday.

According to the Indiana State Department of Health, 211 more Vanderburgh County residents have tested positive for COVID-19. In total, 9,428 of the county's residents have now tested positive for the virus.

Multiple other local Indiana counties are reported a high number of new positive COVID-19 cases on Monday, with Knox County also reporting a record-high day of 73 new positive COVID-19 cases.

Here are Monday's local increases by county:

  • Vanderburgh County: 211 new positive cases (9,428 total positive cases)
  • Knox County: 73 new positive cases (1,780 total) 2 new deaths (17 total deaths)
  • Warrick County: 70 new positive cases (3,160 total)
  • Perry County: 4 new positive cases (908 total)
  • Posey County: 23 new positive cases (1,189 total)
  • Gibson County: 54 new positive cases (1,770 total)
  • Pike County: 6 new positive cases (502 total)
  • Dubois County: 12 new positive cases (2,304 total)
  • Daviess County: 31 new positive cases (1,522 total)

Overall, 5,606 new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported throughout Indiana on Monday. Now, a total number of 300,913 Hoosiers have tested positive for the virus to date.

With 27 new COVID-19 deaths also reported statewide by ISDH on Monday, 5,067 total Indiana residents have now died from the virus.

COVID-19 hospitalizations are currently at an all-time high both locally and statewide, with 282 total patients hospitalized in District 10, and 3,219 hospitalized statewide.

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As for now, Spencer County and Perry County remain in the Red Zone on Indiana's COVID-19 County Metrics Map, qualifying them for more stringent restrictions under Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb's latest COVID-19 Executive Order.

For additional information on COVID-19 in Indiana, you can visit the ISDH COVID-19 dashboard.


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